Senior Leadership Team

The Senior Leadership Team (SLT) directs and controls the overall functioning of NGH. It is responsible for planning, managing, and evaluating the delivery of care and all related aspects.

The SLT is committed to communicating effectively and providing you with transparency, accountability, and integrity. If you have questions or feedback about their work, please use the Feedback form.

 

Kim Mullins
Interim President and CEO of Norfolk General Hospital, West Haldimand General Hospital and Norfolk Hospital Nursing Home.

Kim is a Masters-trained nurse with more than 25 years of experience in healthcare.  She has experience in various clinical settings both in Canada and the United States, with a primary focus on Cardiac Critical Care.  Kim obtained her BSc in Nursing from Laurentian University in 2010 and a Masters of Arts Leadership from the University of Guelph in 2018.

Kim is a resident of Norfolk County where she takes full advantage of the Lake Erie life.

 

 

Dr. Robin Martin-Godelie
Interim Chief of Staff

Dr. Robin Martin-Godelie is a local Family Doctor with a special interest in Palliative Care. She has been an active staff member at the hospital since 2005. She completed her undergraduate degree and medical school at the University of Western Ontario and her family medicine residency at McMaster University. She now acts as a clinical preceptor for the Family Medicine Residency Program of McMaster University – Grand Erie Six Nations Campus.

Since coming to Simcoe in 2005, Dr. Martin-Godelie has been engaged in several positions at the hospital, including Chief of Long-term and Palliative Care, Vice President, and then Secretary-Treasurer of the medical staff executive, and the Chair of the Medical Quality Committee. She is also active with the Stedman Hospice Outreach Team, providing hospice palliative care in the community, and sits on the board of the Norfolk Haldimand Community Hospice, working towards a Center for Hospice Palliative care located in our two counties.

Dr. Martin-Godelie is a strong believer in the power of communities to support health and wellness and is committed to the ongoing quality care at Norfolk General Hospital. She is a current resident of Port Dover with her husband and two children.

 

Sarah-Jane Irvine, CHRL
Chief Human Resources Officer

Sarah-Jane has been with Norfolk General Hospital since 2015. She has over 20 years’ Human Resources and Occupational Health leadership experience in the not-for-profit and healthcare sectors. Sarah-Jane is responsible for providing strategic direction for all core people functions for Norfolk General Hospital, West Haldimand General Hospital, and Norfolk Hospital Nursing Home, including labour relations, recruitment, compensation and benefits, volunteers, diversity, equity & inclusion, occupational health and safety, employee health and wellness, organizational development, student education, and staff scheduling. Before her move to healthcare in 2013, Sarah-Jane held the position of Vice President of Corporate Services at Goodwill, The Amity Group overseeing all human resources management operations, marketing, fundraising, and information technology.

 

Dan Hill
Vice President – Finance and Chief Financial Officer

Dan Hill has been with Norfolk General Hospital since 2021. A Certified Professional Accountant, Dan has been serving as a financial executive in rural community hospitals since 2011. Dan is responsible for providing strategic direction to Norfolk General Hospital, West Haldimand General Hospital, and Norfolk Hospital Nursing Home, including finance, purchasing, support services, capital development & facilities, patient information, information technology, pharmacy, lab, diagnostic imaging. Dan is an active member of an Ontario Health Team and is passionate about working with partners to deliver high-quality integrated care close to home in our communities. Dan started his career in public accounting and has had several roles, including Manager of Revenue at a company that produced medical imaging software before moving to healthcare.

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