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New CIO appointed at Mount Sinai Hospital

TORONTO – Mount Sinai Hospital President and CEO Joseph Mapa is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Marlene Robinson (pictured) as Vice-President and Chief Information Officer (CIO).

Ms. Robinson steps into a role previously filled by Dr. Lynn Nagle, who recently established an IT consulting company in Toronto.

Ms. Robinson will use her 20 years of work experience in Canada and internationally to lead the IT team at Mount Sinai Hospital as it develops a fully integrated system of electronic health records.

Previously, she held senior leadership technology positions at Canadian Tire Corporation, KPMG Management Consulting, General Electric and Bell Canada.

Ms. Robinson has strengths in building partnerships and in bridging the gap between business leaders and technology. She also has a broad knowledge of IT architecture and software.

Ms. Robinson has a BA from the University of Western Ontario and is a certified management consultant. She teaches the technology module of the Logistics Management program at York University’s Schulich Executive Learning Centre.

Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital is recognized nationally and internationally for its excellence in the provision of compassionate patient care, teaching and research. Its key priority programs are Women’s and Infants’ Health, Surgical Subspecialties and Oncology, Internal Medicine and Subspecialties, and the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute. It is a University of Toronto-affiliated patient care, teaching and research centre. Further information is available at: www.mountsinai.on.ca.

 

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