Leadership
This section provides information about the FHA Medical Staff Organization leadership structure, Job Descriptions, HAMAC and Physician Leadership Development.

Medical Leadership Job Descriptions and Org Chart

Please find below a listing of Medical Leadership Job Descriptions.

Medical Staff Organization Chart

VP Medicine  - The Physician, appointed by the CEO, responsible for the coordination and direction of the activities of the Medical Staff in FHA.

Chief Medical Health Officer and VP Population Health - The Physician appointed by the CEO who is the authorized officer for public health legislation in FHA.

See below for detailed Job Descriptions

Looking for Medical Leadership Vacancies?

Medical Leadership vacancies

Leadership Directory

Use the filters below to begin your search. Use the Keyword search field to search for a first or last name. For example, Ba* will return everyone with the letters Ba in their name.   Search Peter and everyone named Peter will appear. 

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Physician Leadership Development Concept Pathway

Proposed concept pathway for Physician Leadership Development

Contact Us

Medical Affairs Staff

Name Title Phone
Peter Blair Executive Medical Director, Medical Affairs 604-587-4483 x 765732
Stuart Cohn Acting Director, Medical Affairs 604-364-5625
Kerri Aujla Executive Admin Assist to EMD, Medical Affairs 604-587-4483 x 765732
Linda Chambers Admin Assist, Critical Care; Medicine 604-587-4483 x 765742
Connie Staley Admin Assist, Surgery; MAC Meeting Support 604-587-4483 x 764432
Husna Naibkhil Admin Assist, Anaesthesiology; MICY (Maternal Infant) 604-587-4483 x 767876

Looking for Credentialing Coordinators

Issues with Medical Staff website, email CredentialsOffice@fraserhealth.ca

News

Online Physician Education Opportunity - Transfusion Medicine for Physicians

 

Blood component therapy is a common practice, but it is not without risk. Take a free CME-accredited online course – Transfusion Medicine for Physicians. Developed by BC’s transfusion medicine subject matter experts, the objective of the course is to raise awareness of current, evidence-based best practices and to promote standardized safe transfusion medicine practice.

 

This free course consists of six 10-minute modules that can be completed in one or multiple sittings, and features interactive case studies that highlight important points common in daily clinical decision-making. Participants are eligible for one CME credit.

 

To register, visit https://learninghub.phsa.ca/ 

1. Log in (or sign up for an Account for new users)

2. Search for course "Transfusion Medicine for Physicians"

For further information or assistance with course registration, please visit BC Provincial Blood Coordinating Office