Carey Lucki assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer, Circle of Care and Vice President, Sinai Health System on December 5, 2016. Prior to this, she held the role of Interim President/Vice President of Client Services at Circle of Care, Sinai Health System.
Carey’s health care background spans 27 years in both acute and home/community care settings. She began her career in clinical front line care as an occupational therapist, followed by various operational, administrative policy and programming, project management, quality and risk, and strategic planning roles. Carey led a three year candidacy initiative for Best Practice Spotlight Organization (BPSO) designation for the Registered Nursing Association of Ontario and has co-led and participated in many sector initiatives across hospitals, Community Care Access Centres (CCAC) and Local Health Integration Networks (LHIN).
As Chief Executive Officer of Circle of Care, Carey will be the operational leader responsible for delivering timely, efficient and safe care to over 13,000 clients, including oversight of all CCAC/LHIN contracts and home services programs including the Holocaust Survivors and Adult Day programs, centralized transportation services, Assisted Living, Meals on Wheels, Volunteers and Family Caregiver Respite/Crisis Intervention programs. Carey will also have oversight of Quality and Risk and Operational/Process Improvement for Circle of Care.
A key aspect of the mission of Sinai Health System is to provide exceptional care in hospital, community and home, focusing on the health conditions with the greatest impact on the overall health of the population. Carey, in her role as Vice President of Sinai Health System, will play a crucial strategic role in accomplishing our mission by providing guidance and leadership on integration of care in the home and community sector.
A graduate of the University of Toronto, Carey holds an Honours Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy as well a Masters of Business Administration with Distinction, from the Edinburgh Business School, Scotland. She is a member of the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario, the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists and the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists.
Please join us in extending congratulations to Carey as she assumes this new role for Circle of Care and Sinai Health System.