Sault Area Hospital works collaboratively with local and regional partners to support an integrated health system focused on the unique needs of Algoma residents.

Career Opportunities at our Partners

Please select one of the links below to learn about career opportunities at our partner organizations.

Chief Executive Officer - ONE Health Information Technology Service

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Chief Executive Officer

ONE Health Information Technology Service

The Opportunity

We are looking for a CEO to continue this exciting, innovative, challenging and collaborative journey by leading the next phase of the ONE Health Information Technology Service transformation, and to lead the organization’s continued growth and success as an operating entity

As the CEO of ONE Health Information Technology Service, you will implement the organizational and technology requirements to bring to life nan operational outsourced managed services business for this unique regional partnership.  The organization will enable the hospitals in north-eastern Ontario to have access to a common shared health information system – ONE system and ONE chart for each patient in the system.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the new CEO will lead this tremendous undertaking, combining both the technologies that will support the transition to ONE patient record as well as new workflows for physicians and staff.

Algoma Public Health Careers

Algoma Public Health (APH) is a public health agency committed to improving health and reducing social inequities in health through evidence-informed practice.

APH has a main office in Sault Ste. Marie and three offices in the Algoma district: Blind River, Elliot Lake and Wawa. Learn more about Algoma Public Health’s organizational structure.

Group Health Centre Careers

Group Health Centre was founded in 1963 as one of the first union-sponsored community health centres in Canada. Founded by thousands of Sault Ste. Marie steelworkers, Group Health Centre promised its members primary and preventative care with no out-of-pocket cost at a time before provincial health insurance existed.