Elgin Sub-region Integration Table 


 
 

 

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Dr. Kellie Scott, Clinical Lead

Dr. Scott graduated from University of Ottawa with her medical degree in 2003. After completing residency at the University of Western Ontario, she started practicing in St. Thomas in 2006. She is the Lead Physician for the Elmwood Family Health Organization (part of the Thames Valley Family Health Team), Medical Director at a Long-Term Care Facility. Dr. Scott is a Past-President of the St. Thomas Elgin Medical Association and District 2 Delegate to the Ontario Medical Association. As an Ontario MD Peer Leader, she engages with physicians to help them use their electronic medical records more efficiently. She is involved in teaching medical students and residents at Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western where students honoured her with teaching awards in 2015 and 2016. Since 2017, she has been the Clinical Lead for the Elgin Sub-Region of the South West Local Health Integration Network.  She is active in the St. Thomas and Elgin County community where she works and is raising her family.

 
  Amber Alpaugh-Bishop, Director, Planning and Integration

Amber Alpaugh-Bishop graduated from the University of Waterloo with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology in 1998. Amber became one of the first 55 ergonomists in Canada to be certified by the Canadian College of Ergonomists and she is also a Registered Kinesiologist. For 15 years, Amber was dedicated to preventing workplace injuries, as an Ergonomics Researcher, Plant Ergonomist, Ergonomics Consultant, and Health and Safety Manager. In 2013, she transitioned into healthcare planning and improvement, supporting access to the right care, in the right place, at the right time, as the Access to Care Project Manager for the South West LHIN. Since 2014, Amber has been supporting the planning, implementation, sustainability, and spread of the Health Links approach to Coordinated Care Planning, aimed at improving coordination of care, experience, and outcomes for people living with multiple chronic conditions. Currently, as the Director, Planning and Integration Elgin Sub-Region, Amber provides leadership for the engagement, planning, integration, and improvement initiatives with the sub-region. From a LHIN-wide leadership perspective, Amber supports ongoing improvements in Mental Health and Addictions care and the Health Links approach to care. Amber is energized by pursuing improvements aimed at supporting the health and wellbeing of the most vulnerable populations in our communities. Outside of work, she enjoys volunteering for various organizations; Amber is a snowboard patroller at Osler Bluff Ski Club, secretary for her children's Home and School Committee, and Girls Field Lacrosse Team Manager with the London Minor Lacrosse Association.   

 

Membership

Name  Sector
Dr. Kellie Scott  Sub-region Clinical lead 
Dr. Melissa Tenbergen  Elgin Primary Care Alliance
Amber Alpaugh-Bishop  Director, Planning and Integration
Jana Fear Health System Planner
Shirley Biro Patient/Caregiver
Mike Lang Patient/Caregiver
Judith Desjardins Patient/Caregiver
Abe Harms Mennonite Community Partner
Adrienne Vanderweg Community Support Service Partner
Cindy Payne  Home and Community Care Partner
Elizabeth Sebestyen
Social Services Partner 
Mary Stewart  Hospital Partner
TBD Indigenous Health Committee Partner
Michele Harris 

Long-term Care Partner

Linda Sibley Mental Health and Addictions Partner
Claudia Mior  Primary Care Partner
Dr. Joyce Lock  Public Health Partner

 

Meeting Minutes and Highlights

2018  

2017