Welcome to Melissa Linseman, Primary Care Tranformation Lead
We are happy to announce that Melissa Linseman has accepted the role of Primary Care Transformation Lead starting Monday, August 15, 2022.
In this role, Melissa will work with LMPCA Executive Council as we continue to develop and strengthen a primary care community in London-Middlesex. Building on initial planning and primary care initiatives that are already underway to improve integrated care, patient experiences and outcomes, Melissa will help lead and support LMPCA in positioning primary care as a key foundation to our local, regional, and provincial health system.
A London resident, Melissa most recently was a Project Consultant at London Health Sciences Centre where she led the Device Integration stream of the One Chart project and successfully implemented hardware and software projects in the operating room and at patients’ bedside. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she also managed the deployment of $13M in new medical equipment and the movement of over 900 medical devices across the city.
Melissa’s previous roles include Project Manager and Business Process Specialist at London Life as well as Quality Assurance Manager at The Nutrition Place. She also owned a TutorDoctor franchise operating in London, Sarnia and Windsor. Melissa's volunteer roles include several non-profit health organizations in London.
She holds an Honors Bachelor of Health Sciences from Western University as well as Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification and Six Sigma Lean Green Belt.
Please help us welcome Melissa to the primary care community in London Middlesex!
Dr. Vineet Nair and Dr. Daniel Pepe, Executive Council Co-Chairs