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Publication: Vibrant - Page 21
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

ELAINE McCARTNEY Sales Representative Elaine can take this warm fall look from the office right to a Chamber event. This black and taupe knit turtleneck dress by Dolce Vita can be worn on its own or, as we have shown, paired nicely with a pair of leggings by Filodoro. The complimented necklace set by Fashion Circles finishes it off nicely. This "gotta have it" can be worn today by visiting Patricia's Ladies Wear, 126 Lynden Road, Brantford. OCTOBER 2010 > VIBRANT > 21 ...

Publication: Vibrant - Page 22
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

fashion ] ROBIN MATTHEWS-OSMOND Marketing & Community Relations Manager Robin's classic knit dress by Tommy Bahama provides all day comfort and mobility. This is a must have dress for the fall season due to its versatility. Paired with the right jewelery, this dress can take Robin from the office to a cocktail party. This "staple for any closet" is available at Nina Brie, 358 King George Road, Brantford. 22 > VIBRANT > OCTOBER 2010 ...

Publication: Vibrant - Page 23
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

"OVER $8.5 MILLION IN PRIZES WON ANNUALLY!" OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK * 3 SESSIONS DAILY * CONCESSION AREA * ATM ON SITE - Evening Session - Special Mega Super $5,000.00 MUST GO $ 5,000 JACKPOT! MATINEE SESSION 1st SUNDAY EVERY MONTH! $ 20,000 JACKPOT! MATINEE SESSION Doors open at 10:30 am ... Session starts at 1 pm ... $85 for 15 up and $5 specials! The 20th of Every month at the Evening Session features $3,000.00 Super MUST GO! BINGO HOT LINE: 519-753-8573 2585 CHIEFSWOOD ROAD, OHSWEKEN www.sixnations bingo.ca 64417796 ...

Publication: Vibrant - Page 24
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

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Publication: Vibrant - Page 25
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

POLISH ALLIANCE BANQUET CENTRE We cater to your special needs with an extensive variety of dinner choices and menus at very competitive and affordable prices 126 ALBION ST., BRANTFORD, ONT. (519) 751-5192 * (519) 752-3195 www.polishbanquetcent re.ca u.glow@bell.net Weddings , showers, buck and doe, corporate meetings and seminars, projector and screen on site. 10% Discount on bookings between January & April 24 > VIBRANT > OCTOBER 2010 Professional We Your Wedding WINE & BEER MAKING STORE 20% OFF WEDDINGS Plus A Special Gift for the Bride & Groom CUSTOM LABELS Designed by Don 519-753-2962 Mon.-Fri. 11am-8pm * Sat. 9am-3pm www.byobreweries.com T HE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION Dunsdon Branch No. 461 9 Tollgate Rd., Brantford HALL RENTALS Special Event Coming Up? For your Birthday, Anniversary, Retirement Wedding, Buck and Doe, Dance RENT THE DUNSDON LEGION Newly decorated hall - Reasonable prices Ladies' Auxiliary Catering available on Fridays and Saturdays BOOK NOW For more information, contact ...

Publication: Vibrant - Page 26
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

health] Hitting running the ground 26 > VIBRANT > OCTOBER 2010 Jim Hornell is passionate about Canada's two national treasures: healthcare and hockey. He is a proven hospital executive and also the volunteer Vice- Chair at Large of Hockey Canada. So perhaps his move to Wayne Gretzky's hometown to head up the Brant Community Healthcare System was fate. It doesn't matter because Jim Hornell is the right person at the right time. STORY BY GARY CHALK PHOTOGRAPHY BY CHRISTOPHER SMITH ...

Publication: Vibrant - Page 27
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

Jim Hornell, the recently recruited President & Chief Executive Officer of the Brant Community Healthcare System (BCHS), was still in the midst of moving to Brantford from Saskatchewan, this past April. While his wife of thirty years, Mim, was busy setting up the couple's temporary living quarters when they arrived, Jim traveled to an important appointment at Queen's Park in Toronto to meet with the Honourable Deb Mathews, Ontario Minister of Health and Long-Term Care. Not bad for a hospital CEO that had been on the job for three days! "Actually, Rick Woodcock, my predecessor, and Dave Levac, MPP Brant, had arranged for the meeting and the timing was fortuitous for me," Hornell says. "An opportunity to meet the Minister of Health was certainly on my 'to do list', to be sure. The fact that it took place so quickly was a bonus." Hornell, a 51 year-old proud native of Newfoundland arrived in Brantford from southwest Saskatchewan where he had been the Chief Executive Officer of the Cypress ...

Publication: Vibrant - Page 28
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

President and CEO of the Brant Community Healthcare System, Jim Hornell visits the Emergency Department and is shown PACS, the latest in imaging software at the hospital by Dr. Jeff Suszek, Emergency Physician. into our organization and many of them are ill, very ill. We need to deliver the optimal clinical outcome possible for each patient. But I believe we also need to know their story as we interact with them and treat patients as if they were our mother or our neighbour. It's that personal experience." Overnight, one weekend in August, the new President & CEO joined the staff in the emergency department. Hornell wanted to observe, firsthand, the patient experience in the busy Brantford General ER that treats upwards of 40,000 patients each year. He wanted a firsthand glimpse from the patient perspective, but also to get a sense of what it is like for the caregivers. "A visit to an emergency department is certainly a very trying time for patients and their families," he says, adding ...

Publication: Vibrant - Page 29
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

health] Acceptance. It wasn't long before he was back to school - this time working on his education degree. "I taught economics, history and world religion at high school for 13 years in Grand Falls," he says. "Mim and I moved to Ottawa so I could study for a Masters in leadership and administration. When we returned to Newfoundland the province was embarking on regionalization of healthcare and they were looking for a director of education and I was hired." It was the early 1990's and 12 health boards were created, replacing over 50. "This is where I began to hone my skills in change management," Hornell says. "It can be tough sledding motivating people to see that there is another way of doing things - a better way." As changes in the Newfoundland healthcare system continued, and Hornell proved himself, he was assigned more tasks and eventually was appointed Vice President of Performance & Accountability before moving up to become the Chief Operating Officer. While Newfoundland was ...

Publication: Vibrant - Page 30
Publisher: Brantford Expositor | Magazines | Community | 2010-11-11 09:14:09

health] Jim Hornell tours the area where a new CT scanner, the third of its kind in Canada, is being installed at the BGH. In the 5 months since Jim Hornell has taken over the reins of the Brantford General Hospital and the Willett, Paris, ongoing changes in the delivery of care have not slowed down. "Hospitals must take a system-like approach and collaborate with the other hospitals in their Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)," he says. "In July the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant LHIN endorsed a recommendation that will remove 20 complex care beds from the BGH by April 2012. There are more task forces working on other initiatives that could lead to more changes." Going forward what does Hornell see that Brant Community Healthcare System needs to do? "Our success will be predicated on our willingness to become even more involved and continue to grow and be a player with the other hospitals in our LHIN and the provincial level, too. Like they say, you need to be in the sandbox. W ...


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