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Dennise Albrecht is a member of the Executive Team at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) and Director, Partnerships and Advocacy. A key initiative for which she was recruited was the development of the Child and Youth Health Network for Eastern Ontario, which brings together partners from across the disciplines and sectors to focus on child health and well-being and system integration. In addition, Dennise supports the Board’s Advocacy Committee and is the lead for its strategic planning. She represents the hospital on a number of initiatives and committees looking at system integration and collaborations.
Before coming to CHEO, she was the Executive Director of the Sandy Hill Community Health Centre in Ottawa for nearly 20 years. During this time, she contributed to the development of the CHC model at provincial and national levels, and to the development of related policies from community health promotion to strategic planning.
She is active in a number of community initiatives, giving presentations and speeches, and has sat on community Boards at the local, provincial and national levels. Dennise has a Masters in Health Administration, receiving the Father Danis Award and the Robert Woods Johnson Award, and continues to be active in the Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa.
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