Stacey Daub , Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Central CCAC
Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre is one of the city’s largest community-based healthcare providers, known for its unique case management approach focused on the care needs of its diverse populations.
Stacey holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario and is a graduate of the Advanced Health Leadership Program at the Rotman School of Business. As a passionate and dynamic healthcare leader who is committed to community-based healthcare and transforming the experience of clients and caregivers, she provides leadership to an organization that delivers care to over 230,000 people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds in their homes or community annually.
With more than 16 years’ extensive leadership experience in the health and community sectors and a powerful vision for Toronto Central CCAC, Stacey spearheaded the most significant changes that home care has seen in Toronto in the last 50 years with the launch of the Population-Focused Model of Care. She is Co-Chair of the ED/ALC Expert Panel of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Co-Chair of the Toronto Central LHIN Primary Care Steering Committee, a member of the MOHLTC Health Links Advisory and a member of the Ontario Hospital Association Board of Directors.