AMHS-KFLA has experienced significant change through 2018 to the present and has emerged after this time of transformation as a robust and vibrant organization, well positioned to deliver on its vision, mission, and values.
Agency Leadership, alongside our regional care partners, are working together to build an integrated system of addictions and mental health of care across KFLA.
AMHS-KFLA is now recruiting members to form an experienced board of directors comprising of nine individuals with diverse backgrounds and skillsets that embrace this focus.
With the inception of the Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Ontario Health Team (FLA OHT), AMHS-KFLA is seeking to form a collaborative policy governance which will oversee the integration of AMHS-KFLA within the FLA-OHT with four key areas of focus:
- Improving the patient and caregiver experience.
- Improving the health of populations.
- Reducing the per capita cost of health care.
- Improving the work-life of providers.
Collaborative governance in this case means Board members may come from partner organizations, the AMHS-KFLA Client & Family Advisory Council and the public at large.
The Board will govern according to the Addiction and Mental Health – KFLA Ontario Corporation Bylaws. The Board will fulfill the requirements of Ontario Health Governance structures for Ontario Health Teams.
Details on qualifications, requirements and other information relating to applying for a position on our board can be found in the Board of Directors Information and Application package linked below.
Persons interested in being considered for Board membership must complete the application outlining their interest in AMHS-KFLA, qualifications and governance experience and provide requested documents.
We are committed to accessible and equitable recruitment practices. If you require an accommodation to fully participate in the selection process, please contact us to discuss your individual accessibility needs.