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KPMG: Mark Rochon to Global Healthcare Centre of Excellence
July 31, 2012
Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
KPMG in Canada today announced the appointment of Mark Rochon as an Associate in KPMG’s Global Healthcare Centre of Excellence. Rochon has an outstanding track record over the past 25 years, leading successful healthcare organizations, including having served as President and CEO, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, CEO, Health Services Restructuring Commission, and President and CEO, Humber Memorial Hospital. He has also held Board Chair positions with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, Ontario Hospital Association, and the Institute for Work & Health.
Rochon co-authored the book Riding the Third Rail: the Story of Ontario’s Health Services Restructuring Commission and has written several healthcare related articles. He has lectured at universities and made presentations in Canada, Australia, England, and New Zealand on the subject of health system change and restructuring.
He has a Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University and a Masters in Health Sciences in Health Administration from the University of Toronto, where he remains a Member of Adjunct Faculty, Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation.
Rochon was most recently Interim President and Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Hospital Association.
Mark Britnell, Chairman of KPMG’s Global Health Practice commented:
“Mark Rochon is an inspiring leader with a strong reputation for achieving positive organizational and healthcare system change,” he said. “Through his drive and experience, he has made a significant contribution to the advancement of Ontario’s healthcare system.”