Dewar leaves Health PEI

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CHARLOTTETOWN ­ Keith Dewar is leaving Health PEI.

The agency's CEO has accpepted a new position as president and CEO of Saskatchewan's Regina-Qu'Appelle Health Region, says Health and Wellness Minister Doug Currie.

"Dewar has worked diligently over the past five years to help bring our health-care system into stronger footing," said Currie.

"His knowledge and expertise will most certainly be missed; however, we wish him all the best in his new position."

Dewar was appointed by Premier Robert Ghiz in January 2010 as the first CEO of Health PEI, Prince Edward Island's newly created

integrated provincial health system. Prior to his appointment as CEO, Dewar was Prince Edward Island's deputy minister of health beginning in February 2008.

"Keith and I have had a tremendous working relationship, and I know he will continue to thrive in Regina," said Currie.

"Having such a large and distinguished organization, such as Regina-Qu'Appelle Health Region, seek out our CEO, speaks very highly of Keith and the work he has accomplished here in Prince Edward Island."

Organizations: Health PEI.The agency

Geographic location: Prince Edward Island, CHARLOTTETOWN, Saskatchewan Regina

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    September 20, 2012 - 12:03

    Ask yourself this, Islanders. Is health care on PEI better off for having Mr Dewar and his star studded (albeit, secretive board of directors), or are we worse off? BTW, where are all the well wishes to our departed CEO?