Craig Campbell is the Director, Clinical Planning for Project Horizon at the Hospital for Sick Children. Craig began his career in healthcare as a paramedic where he worked for ten years providing emergency response to rural and urban settings. Craig transitioned to a career in respiratory therapy and has over ten years of clinical practice as a Respiratory Therapist in adult and neonatal intensive care at Mount Sinai Hospital. For the past eight years Craig has held the position of Senior Manager leading the PICU and ACTS team at SickKids. In his current role Craig leads the work with clinical teams and stakeholders to plan for the future system of paediatric care delivery and hospital design.
Craig holds a Bachelor of Science from Western University, a Diploma in Respiratory Therapy from The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences and a Bachelor of Health Administration from Ryerson University. In 2011 Craig completed a Masters of Business Administration from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. Craig is passionate about leading teams, strategic management and how innovative thinking can improve the healthcare system.
- Company:The Hospital for Sick Children
- Short Bio:Director, Clinical Planning Project Horizon