Vice-president, Quality and Patient Support Services | Chief Information Officer
Since January 2010, Philippe Marleau has been a member of Hôpital Montfort’s senior management team, where he serves as vice-president of quality and patient support services. He also directs information and privacy management at Montfort.
Born in Ottawa East, Mr. Marleau has a master’s degree in business administration, a bachelor’s in science with a concentration in biochemistry and a bachelor’s in social sciences with a concentration in economics from the University of Ottawa. His experience in continuous improvement, integrated quality and risk management, the adoption of electronic medical records, decision support and patient-partner relations is focused on serving patient experience and security at Montfort.
Mr. Marleau lends a unique perspective to the health system in Eastern Ontario, built over 30 years in continuing chronic/complex care (Saint-Vincent Hospital), long-term care (Glebe Center) and acute urban care (Ottawa Hospital) and rural care (Winchester District Memorial Hospital). Over the course of his career, he has held the position of vice-president of clinical services, clinical support, planning and development, where he oversaw large-scale projects, including the addition of clinical services, hospital expansion and renovation ($70M), the acquisition of a long-term care residence and the design of a medical community centre.