Helen Cromarty

Helen Cromarty

Helen Cromarty,  Former Health Administrator, Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre, Sioux Lookout, ON


Helen Cromarty is a highly experienced nurse with subsequent success as a senior health policy analyst. She has made major contributions to improving the health services available to Aboriginal people living across Ontario. Helen was involved in developing the Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy for Ontario, the Native Nurses Entry Program for Lakehead University, and many other program initiatives. She sits as a Board member of the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Helen is an advisor to the Canadian Council for Health Services Accreditation, Canada's counterpart to JCAHO. As a member of the Senior Administrative team at Sioux Lookout Meno Ya Win Health Centre, Helen works with 28 First Nations communities scattered over 385,000 sq. km. She is working to shift mainstream medicine by helping with the establishment of Ontario's designated "center of excellence" for First Nations health. Helen is from Sachigo Lake First Nation, an isolated Oji-Cree speaking community of 475 people located 90 minutes by air from the nearest road-accessible community.

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