Rising healthcare costs, combined with changing demographics, has given the push for developing a sustainable system of care. Healthcare facilities must meet patient needs, provide accessible care and create efficiencies. Many are implementing innovative technologies to understand patient demands and respond more readily. Housing these technologies within a healthcare infrastructure conducive to adapting to the fast-pace of healthcare innovation is essential to surmounting this sector-wide challenge.

Mark your calendar for the 4th Annual Canadian Healthcare Infrastructure West conference this February 2020 in Vancouver. Engage with key stakeholders and experts in healthcare infrastructure design, build and management; share insights, best practices and strategic takeaways with peers who understand your daily challenges. Now is the time to ensure that you and your team are aware of the latest updates in successful design, build and management of current leading healthcare infrastructure projects.

Speaker Name

Susan Stanford

Assistant Deputy Minister, Information Communication Technologies Division
Ministry of Citizens’ Services

Margarita Loyola

Margarita Loyola

Director of Virtual Care Telehealth Transformation
Island Health

James Hanson

James Hanson

Vice President Operations and Support Services
Island Health

Stuart Bourhill

Stuart Bourhill

First Nations Health Authority (FNHA)

Doug Wills, MA, PMP

Doug Wills, MA, PMP

Executive Director, P3 Operations
Fraser Health

Andrea McLean, BSc, MBA

Andrea McLean, BSc, MBA

Vice President, Business Development
Fengate Asset Management

Adrienne Atherton

Adrienne Atherton

Civic Legal

  • Insights on innovation in infrastructure design, build and management for healthcare facilities
  • Identifying opportunities for system improvement and operational efficiencies for new and existing hospitals
  • Learning about digital infrastructure, medical equipment and healthcare innovation to future proof hospitals
  • Exploring new evidence-based design models, post occupancy evaluations and research mechanisms to ensure a successful build
Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Credits

Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 6.25 Category II credits for the conference and 2 MOC Category II credits for both pre-conference sessions towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

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Loved the conference chair, multi-disciplinary teams, and great presentations.

Director of Virtual Care, Vancouver Island Health Authority
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Great diversity and dynamic speakers.

Communications Lead – Capital Projects, Northern Health
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