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Press Release: Dan Carbin joins CTG’s Advisory Board

Dan Carbin

Closing the Gap Healthcare welcomes Dan Carbin as a member of its esteemed advisory board. “His broad range of experience as an advisor within the healthcare industry will help assist CTG in meeting the expectations of our clients in a manner we are proud of,” states Connie Clerici, CEO.

Current advisors include: Dr. Samir Sinha, Dr. Adalsteinn Brown, Dr. Ross Baker, Tom Closson, Dr. Thomas McGowan, Faizel Alladina, Lynne Golding, Francesca Grosso, Dr. Jonathan Abrams, Dr. Peter Nord, and Jeff Mainland.

Dan Carbin
Principal, Santis Health

Dan Carbin co-founded the Toronto-based health care advisory firm Santis Health in 2012. Prior to launching Santis, Dan had worked for almost a decade in government health policy advisory roles. In Ontario, Dan served as a senior advisor to a premier, deputy premier and two ministers of health. Dan helped drive forward some of the government’s signature health care transformation initiatives including the surgical wait time strategy, the creation of Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), primary care reform, and physician services negotiations. In the UK, Dan worked as a parliamentary researcher for a member of parliament and NHS critic. Dan’s private sector experience includes work at Hill & Knowlton Strategies Canada and in the investment banking industry with Goldman Sachs and UBS Warburg in the UK.

At Santis, Dan provides strategic advice to boards and executives in the Canadian health care sector. His clients include Fortune 500 companies, leading national and provincial health care associations, broader public sector organizations, and a range of health charities. Dan is also director and past chair of the board at St. Jude Community Homes, a supportive housing provider for individuals living with mental health challenges. Dan has an MSc. (Distinction) from the London School of Economics and a BA (Hons) from McGill University.

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