Tony Woolgar

Partner
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Tony Woolgar, Partner, Legacy Partners Executive SearchTony Woolgar is a Partner in the Legacy office in Toronto and heads up our National Healthcare Leadership Practice. Tony is an accomplished leader in the field of health care with over thirty years of organizational management and leadership experience, including thirteen years at the CEO level. Prior to joining Legacy, Tony worked as an independent management consultant with health care organizations and leaders across Ontario to improve personal, team and organizational effectiveness and was also the CEO of Connective Intelligence Health Systems. Tony has a wealth of experience in strategy development, team building and individual career counselling and coaching as well as a passion for optimizing individual, team and organizational performance.

Tony has also been involved in many aspects of health policy development at the provincial level in Canada and the national level in England, including as a member of the Government’s Foresight 2020 Task Force in England, set up to advise the Government on the challenges facing the health care system over the next twenty years. He also participated in an Expert Panel set up by the Ministry of Health in British Columbia in 2002 to develop the new health care strategy for the province.

From 2005 to 2008 Tony was the founding CEO of the South West Local Health Integration Network, one of the largest of the fourteen networks set up across Ontario to lead health system integration at the local level. During this period Tony also chaired the provincial Aging at Home Steering Committee and the Criticall Ontario Strategic Planning and Advisory Committee as well as being a member of the provincial Quality by Design Steering Group.

Tony holds a Masters in Business Administration from Keele University in England, and Diplomas in Health Service Management and Personnel Management. Tony is a member of the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) and the American College of Health Executives (ACHE).

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