President, St. Peter’s Hospital
Integrated Vice President Diagnostic Imaging and Laboratory Medicine, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and Hamilton Health Sciences
Rebecca began her role as president of St. Peter’s Hospital in Hamilton on December 6, 2010. St. Peter’s Hospital will be leading the initiative for enhancing the lives of seniors and those with chronic illness.
She began her career at St. Mary’s General Hospital in Kitchener in 1994 as the Director of Quality and Risk Management. She subsequently joined McMaster University, Faculty of Health Sciences as the Manager of the Department of Surgery. Prior to her role in hospitals, Rebecca spent a period of time in the private healthcare sector.
Rebecca joined St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton in 1994, leading change initiatives with the medical staff and the diagnostic departments. She was responsible for over $1 billion of capital redevelopment. Rebecca continues to lead initiatives in Laboratory and Diagnostic Imaging for both St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and Hamilton Health Sciences as an Integrated Vice President.
Rebecca is a graduate of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Business (McMaster University) where she received her MBA. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from McMaster University as well. Rebecca is serving her alma mater as a member of the Business Advisory Council of the DeGroote School of Business and is an industry professor and executive-in-residence at DeGroote as well.