Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) values transparency
and accountability to the public. TBRHSC has strived to find
a balance of internal equity, external competitiveness and
affordability. Appropriate compensation is a key element in
attracting and retaining the kind of leaders needed in an
Academic Health Sciences Centre with a regional mandate.
TBRHSC has an existing policy in place for executive compensation
to ensure standardized and appropriate compensation of its
executives. TBRHSC’s philosophy on compensation includes
competitive positioning by targeting a range that is the average
of 300 to 500 bed hospitals.
Performance Evaluation & Compensation
Non-Union (Management and Executive) Benefits
In addition to the details of the executive team’s
contracts, TBRHSC also publicly posts a number of other hospital
information lists, such as Expense
Safety Indicators and Board
TBRHSC continues to build an open, honest, and trusting relationship
with the community and always encourages and welcomes patient
and community feedback.
Summary of Pay and Benefits - TBRHSC Senior Management
Members of TBRHSC Senior Management Team participate in the
Management Benefit Program that is available to all non-union
managers. Below is a summary of those benefits. This information
will supplement the posted letters and contracts. Members
of the Senior Management Team (with the exception of CEO)
receive an extra one week vacation to compensate for “on-call”
rotation. Listed below are the provisions that vary from the
Management Benefit Program.
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