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Accountability & Performance



At Woodstock Hospital, we welcome opportunities to share performance measurements or "indicators" more broadly. We believe this is part of empowering patients to be more educated and involved in their healthcare.

There are several resources available to the public so that individuals may learn more about how their local hospitals are performing by reporting on patient experience indicators and data.

The Ontario Hospital Association's www.myhospitalcare.ca was designed solely as a public education tool so patients and their families can become an active partner in their healthcare by learning more about Ontario's hospitals. Visit www.myhospitalcare.ca for more information.

The Health Council of Canada's website is also home to several helpful resources for individuals with an interest in healthcare and health information. For more information visit Health Council Canada website.

Executive Compensation Policy and Framework

The Broader Public Sector Executive Compensation Act of 2014 (BPSECA) authorized the government to establish frameworks, ensuring that there is a balance between managing compensation costs while allowing employers to attract and retain the talent they seek. Click here to read more...

Energy Conservation and Management Plan

Woodstock Hospital is committed to continually improving the environmental performance of its building and working toward being industry leaders in water conservation efforts. WH is committed to providing high quality health care services with minimum use of water. Click here to read more....

Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emission

Woodstock General Hospital Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting for the period of Jan/2017 to Dec/2017. Click here to read more. Click here to read more...

Expense Report

Woodstock Hospital Broader Public Sector Accountability Act Expenses from April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019. Click here to read more...

Compliance Reports - Attestation

This is to attest the completion and accuracy of reports required of the Hospital pursuant to section 6 of the BPSAA on the use of consultants. Hospital's compliance with the prohibition in section 4 of the BPSAA on engaging lobbyist services using public funds. Click here to read more...

Hospital Service Accountability Agreement

This service accountability agreement, entered into pursuant to the Local Health System Integration Act, 2006 (LHSIA), reflects and supports the commitment of the LHIN and the Hospital to work diligently and collaboratively toward the achievement of the purpose of LHSIA. Click here to read more...

Quality Improvement Work plan

Report improvement level in different areas with their indicators and period they are recorded for. Such as Number of workplace violence incidents reported by hospital workers (as by defined by OHSA) within a 12 month period. Click here to read more...

Quality Improvement Plan Short Narrative

Woodstock Hospital Quality Improvement Pan has been developed based upon the fundamental tenets of Patient Centered Care and services tailored to the patient and their family input, feedback and participation. Click here to read more...

Salary Disclosure

Below is the record of employees Salary and their benefits for 2018. This record is prepared under the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, 1996. Click here to read more...

Travel Expense Policy

The Hospital recognizes that expense are incurred by employees while attending out of town meetings, conferences and educational events beneficial to the Hospital as an employer. Meal allowances are not to include entertainment or alcoholic beverages. Click here to read more...

Employment Agreement - CEO & President

The CEO will render full-time professional services to the Hospital for term of this Agreement in the position of "president and Chief Executive Officer". The CEO's duties shall be performed in compliance with the Public Hospitals Act and Hospital's by laws. Click here to read more...