Board & Oversight

Mission Statement

Haliburton Highlands Health Services, working with partners and accountable to our community, promotes wellness and provides access to essential, high quality health services including: primary care,  hospital and long-term care,  and community programs.


  • Compassion
  • Accountability
  • Integrity
  • Respect

       HHHS 2018-19 Annual Report


HHHS Board of Directors 2018 - 2019:

Executive Committee

Jeff Gollob, Board Chair

David Gray, Vice Chair 

David O'Brien, CorporationTreasurer and Finance Committee Chair

Dave Boham, Past Chair

John Kay, Nominating Committee Chair

Jan Walker, Quality Committee Chair



Scott Addison

Paul Morissette

Don Pierson

Jane Adams

Theresa MacDermid

David O'Brien

Irene Odell

Linda Dietrich


Ex-Officio Board Members:

Carolyn Plummer, President & CEO

Dr. Keith Hay, Interim Chief of Staff

Dr. Norm Bottum, President of Medical Staff

Dr. Diane Duff, VP Clinical Services and Cheif Nurse Executive


Accountability & Transparency

As a publicly-funded hospital in Ontario, HHHS is accountable to our patients and residents, our communities, the Central East Local Health Integration Network and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.  We support the sharing of information about our budget and improvement plans to ensure ongoing transparency and accountability.  We believe this transparency will enhance patient safety and strengthen the public’s confidence in our hospital.
The Accountability section of our website provides information and reports related to our budget and finances including our Hospital Services Accountability Agreement, which every Ontario hospital must sign.
If you have any questions about any of these reports, contact Financial Services at 705-457-1392  Ext.2234.

Accountability Agreements

Central East LHIN Agreements

HHHS Disclosure of Expenses

Haliburton Highlands Health Services is committed to being open and transparent with its stakeholders and the general public.  Further to the HHHS' commitment is our compliance with the Public Sector Expenses Review Act, 2009 .  This act was implemented on November 30, 2009 and was created to strengthen and reinforce accountability, transparency and oversight of government expense claims.  As per direction received from the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, HHHS lists the expense reports of Board Members and Senior Staff as they engage with our stakeholders in managing the local health care system.    All expenses are in accordance with the government's Travel, Meal & Hospitality Expenses Directives .

  • All Board Members
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Executive Leadership Team


HHHS Board of Directors Expense Claims

HHHS Board Chair - Dave Bonham Expenses 2016-17  Dave Bonham - Expenses 2017-18  Jeff Gollob - Exp 2018-19

HHHS Board Vice Chair - Jeff Gollob - Expenses 2016-17  Jeff Gollob - Expenses 2017-18   David Gray - Exp 2018-19

HHHS Past Board Chair - John Kay - Expenses 2016-17  John Kay - Expenses 2017-18  Dave Bonham - Exp 2018-19

HHHS Corporation Treasurer & Finance Committee Chair - David Gray - Expenses 2016-17  David Gray - Expenses 2017-18

HHHS Quality Committee Chair - Jan Walker - Expenses 2016-17  Jan Walker - Expenses 2017-18

HHHS Director - Irene Odell - Expenses 2018-19


HHHS Executive Leadership Team Expense Claims

HHHS President & Chief Executive Officer and Corporation Secretary - Plummer - Expenses 2016-17  Plummer - Expenses 2017-18                                      Plummer -  Expenses 2018-19

HHHS VP Support Services & Chief Financial OfficerNewton - Expenses 2016-17  Newton - Expenses 2017-18 Newton Expenses - 2018-19

HHHS VP Community ProgramsMacLaren - Expenses 2016-17  MacLaren - Expenses 2017-18  MacLaren - Expenses 2018-19

HHHS VP Clincal Services & Chief Nursing Executive - Green - Expenses 2017-18  Hunter - Expenses 2017-18


Central East Local Health Integration Network

Integrated Health Services Plan

See more information about our Local Health Integrated Network: Central East LHIN

Haliburton Highlands Health Services is funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care through the Central East Local Health Integration Networks for programs and services.