The information on this page will provide you with further information about the ways in which St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph (SJHCG) commits to openness, transparency, and accountability for our clients, their families, our community, and our funders.
SJHCG is committed to being transparent and accountable to our clients and their families, as well as to our community. As part of our commitment, and in compliance with the Commitment to the Future of Medicare Act (CFMA), we have publically posted our Accountability Agreements. These documents, listed below, outline our performance obligations and the resources through which we have promised to deliver care.
- Hospital Service Accountability Agreement (H-SAA) 2018-2020 (PDF, 2.95 MB)
- Multi-Sector Service Accountability Agreement (M-SAA) 2019-2022 (PDF, 596 KB)
- Long Term Care Service Accountability Agreement (L-SAA) 2019-2022 (PDF, 693 KB)
Audited Financial Statements
SJHCG is pleased to provide our 5 most recent audited financial statements (PDF, 2.9 MB)
Executive Contracts & Salary Disclosure
SJHCG is committed to open, accountable, and transparent corporate management and governance practices. Through the provisions outlined in the Excellent Care for All Act, Broader Public Sector Accountability Act and, most recently, the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, hospitals continue to enhance quality, transparency, and accountability in a variety of ways.
- View contracts (PDF, 1.66 MB) for each of our Executive Team members
- View Salary Disclosure reports (PDF, 904 KB) for the last 5 years
Broader Public Sector (BPS) Accountability
The Broader Public Sector Accountability Act 2010 (BPSAA), that was passed on December 8, 2010, requires higher accountability standards for designated broader public sector organizations and publicly funded organizations.
It applies to organizations that receive funding from the Government of Ontario, such as hospitals, Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), school boards, colleges, and universities. The Act prohibits BPS organizations from hiring lobbyists using public funds and includes requirements specific to hospitals and LHINs related to expenses and reporting. If you would like to learn more about this legislation and SJHCG’s commitment to accountability as it relates to the BPS Procurement, Expense, and Perquisite Directives, click the link below.
To learn more about our accountabilities, please contact the Vice President, Finance and Information Services, at 519-824-6000 ext. 4105.