Press Release: Peter Nord joins CTG’s Advisory Board
Closing the Gap Healthcare welcomes Dr. Peter Nord as a member of its esteemed advisory board. “Our advisory board members share a deeply rooted passion for strengthening and im-proving our homecare system,” states Connie Clerici, CEO. “We are pleased that Dr. Nord will bring his specialized skills and expertise to the team.”
Current advisors include: Dr. Tom McGowan, Dr. Samir Sinha, Dr. Terry Sullivan, Dr. Ross Baker, Lynne Golding , Marilyn Monk, Faizel Alladina, Dr. Adalsteinn Brown, Elinor Caplan, Francessca Grosso, Tom Closson and Frank Klees.
About Dr. Nord
Dr. Peter Nord is currently V.P., Chief Medical Officer and Chief of Staff at Providence Healthcare. Dr. Nord has a long-standing working knowledge of the long term care sector. He has created a safe and nurturing environment in Providence’s 288 bed home, and has also maintained his clinical practice as Attending Physician for a 33 bed Stroke Rehab Unit in Provi-dence Hospital. He is also an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto, involved with teaching and research activities, and works closely with the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine.
Working closely with the MOHLTC, Dr. Nord established the provincial Rehabilitation and CCC Expert Panel which, through his leadership, has now been funded by all 14 LHINs as the Reha-bilitative Care Alliance. Dr. Nord was President of The Flying Hospital, an international human-itarian relief agency focused on helping the most disadvantaged groups in the world. Dr. Nord has also pursued non-healthcare endeavours. As CEO of his own consulting company, he founded a charter airline, Voyager International Airline, Inc.
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Closing the Gap Healthcare is a fully accredited organization that provides community and clinic-based nursing, support, and rehabilitation services.
With nearly 2000 staff members provide compassionate, high quality care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Their range of professional and support services are available to all age groups across Ontario whenever and wherever they are needed—in homes, schools, workplaces, long-term care homes, hospitals and clinics.