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An opportunity to learn more about the next step in UHN's journey of renewal begins this week.
Dr. Peter Pisters, UHN's President and CEO, will hold the first in a series of Strategic Planning Town Halls tomorrow at Toronto Western Hospital in the BMO Conference Centre from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Six other Town Halls are planned at all sites over the next several weeks as Dr. Pisters shares how UHN will define its priorities in a process that began with last year's new Purpose, Values & Principles (PVP).
The UHN Strategic Plan will help guide decisions on allocating resources to achieve the organization's vision, and ensures employees and stakeholders are working towards common goals.
"Coming together to refresh and redefine our PVP was a critical first step in this process," Dr. Pisters says. "It truly provides the foundation on which we are building our strategic plan and how we will operate the organization."
At the Town Halls, Dr. Pisters will provide more information about the strategic planning process so far, along with an update on UHN's Areas of Focus. There will also be a question and answer session, and an opportunity to chat with him and members of the team who have been engaged in this work.
The Town Hall schedule is: