Nancy Lefebre

last updated 3/26/2018

Nancy M. Lefebre

Chief Clinical Executive Senior Vice President Knowledge and Practice at Saint Elizabeth Health Care

Location:
90 Allstate Parkway Suite 300, Markham, Ontario, Canada
HQ Phone:
(905) 940-9655

General Information

Experience

The Care

Education

master's degree - nursing and recognition , 

Affiliations

Board Member - The Canadian Nurse Educator Institute

Associate Member Representative - Canadian Nurses Association

Fellow - Canadian College of Health Service Executives

Board Member - St. John's Nursing Home

Senior Member - Registered Nurses Association of Ontario

EXTRA Fellow - FCCHL

Member, Fellow Durham Region MPPs - Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences

Fellow, Program - Long Term Care Magazine

EXTRA Fellow - FCCHSE

Fellow - Executive Training for Research Application

Recent News  

Honorary Awards

Origin: Nancy Lefebre of Saint Elizabeth Health Care, and Rhonda Seidman-Carlson of RNAO introduced the Dr. Joan Lesmond Memorial Scholarship at the 2012 RNFOO Gala.

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Gilbrea | Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging

In the panel discussion titled "Progressing toward Person and Family-Centred Care - Triumphs and Challenges" at the 2016 meeting of the Canadian Association on Gerontology (CAG), chaired by Nancy Lefebre, chief clinical executive and senior vice-president at Saint Elizabeth Health Care, the presenters considered their individual journeys while involved in the implementation of a PFCC regime within the long term care domain.

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Canadian Healthcare Technology - March 2003 issue

"Pixalere is enabling the transformation of wound care," said Nancy Lefebre, vice president, knowledge and practice for Saint Elizabeth Health Care.
"Through the use of Pixalere, and our own education and care programs, called @YourSide Companion, the client receives greater access to the specialist in a shorter period of time. "It's better treatment based on the evidence and best-practices." Moreover, Lefebre believes combining Pixalere with @YourSide Companion and their own educational programs can lead to better patient-provider satisfaction, more efficient use of wound care medical supplies, lower travel costs and fewer lengthy visits. The product is essential, she says, in provinces like Ontario where there is a shortage of wound-care specialists.

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