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A Great Kingston Hospital Executive Retires

Last week Cheryl and I joined about 100 individuals at a retirement dinner for Dale Kenney. Dale is stepping down from his role as Chief Executive Officer of Providence Care after six years at the healm of that organization. Dale is leaving after a long and illustrious career as a health care administrator in Kingston. Before his role at PC, Dale was the Vice-President of Joint Planning for Kingston General Hospital, Hotel Dieu Hospital and Providence Care from 1999 to 2008.

A New Year’s Resolution Meets Technology

It’s that time of year.  On January 1, many of us will resolve to change something. There are innumerable lists of the “top ten” resolutions. This one, from pittsburgh.com is typical.1 The list includes:

1.     Spending more time with family and friends

2.     Getting fit

3.     Losing weight

4.     Quitting smoking

5.     Enjoying life more

6.     Quitting drinking

7.     Getting out of debt

8.     Learning something new

9.     Helping others

10.   Getting organized

Dr. Richard Reznick

Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University
Your Dean on campus exploring Health Sciences both on and off campus.


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