The Regional Stroke Centre of Southeastern Ontario is the Kingston General Hospital. The role of the Regional Stroke Centre is to
Dr. Albert Jin MD, PhD, FRCPC
Dr. Jin is an Assistant Professor of Medicine (Neurology) at Queen's University and works at Kingston General Hospital. Dr. Jin is a stroke neurologist and provides medical leadership and direction to the Stroke Network of Southeastern Ontario. His role includes enabling medical consensus and teamwork in best practice stroke care, expert consultation, professional development, support in regional stroke projects. evaluation and continuous improvement.
Cally Martin (613) 549-6666, extension 3562
The Regional Director is responsible for working with the regional stroke team and with stakeholders in stroke prevention and care to plan and implement the Stroke Network Workplan in Southeastern Ontario. The Director is responsible for strategic planning and innovation, resource management, co-ordination and communication among existing services across the continuum of stroke care throughout the region with the goal of continuously improving the system of stroke prevention and care in Southeastern Ontario.
Charlette Eves (613) 549-6666, extension 3853
Responsible for organizing and coordinating the regional stroke program administrative functions for the Regional Stroke Centre Team, Regional Stakeholders and Commitees in the development or organized and coordinated best practice stroke care and education across the care continuum in Southeastern Ontario (SEO).
Sue Saulnier (613) 549-6666, extension 3622
Responsible for developing, co-ordinating and implementing the stroke professional education work-plan of Southeastern Ontario, which includes implementing education initiatives across the entire continuum of care.
Shelley Huffman (613-549-6666 extension 6841
Identifies stroke rehabilitation needs, strengths and service gaps and builds on opportunities for system change, partnerships and consultation to enhance access to stroke rehabilitation expertise and best practice.
Gwen Brown (613) 549-6666, extension 6867
Works with Long-Term Care Homes and community agencies to improve access to best practice stroke care in these settings and to improve transitions to long-term and community care.
Colleen Murphy (613) 549-6666, extension 6306
Works with inter-disciplinary care teams in the development, implementation and evaluation of care delivery systems that provide continuity of care and foster evidence-based practice, continuous quality improvement, and consistency of care across the region.
Darlene Bowman (613) 549-6666, extension 2830
Works with the Regional Centre stroke team to case manage stroke patients through the hospital and the region to improve patient flow and to improve access to best practice stroke care.
In addition to the staff listed above, the Regional Stroke Centre receives funding for a best practice interdisciplinary stroke team consisting of a physiotherapist, stroke resource nurse, occupational therapist, speech language pathologist, dietitian and social worker.