Chair of the Board of Directors
Marilynne Day-Linton, CPA, CA is a Chartered Professional Accountant with board experience on reporting issuer and not-for-profit boards and senior management experience in the travel and travel-related service industries. Ms. Day-Linton was a member of the board of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, which operates Toronto Pearson International Airport, and chaired its board and audit committee. She currently serves on the board of St. Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation in Toronto and has chaired its board and finance committee. Prior to that, she held senior financial management roles at Signature Vacations Inc., Wardair International, The Gemini Group LP, an electronic distribution company servicing travel service providers, and obtained her designation working for KPMG as an auditor with clients in a diverse group of industries.
David R. Bellaire
David Bellaire is an operating partner with Waud Capital Partners (Chicago) and an investor in and director for several private companies operating at the intersection of technology application and healthcare. He previously was a senior advisor following a decade as senior partner and director at Bain & Company where he held leadership roles in health insurance, provider and related service sectors. Prior to Bain & Company, Mr. Bellaire was EVP and COO of NASDAQ-listed health technology company, lead partner of Booz Allen Hamilton, SVP at APM, Inc. and Computer Sciences Corp., lead executive for two specialty reinsurance companies sold to an industry consolidator, and faculty member of Northwestern University Medical School. He has served in interim turnaround and merger/integration leadership roles and was the founder/CEO of a prosthetics company. He has served in a number of governance roles over his career. Mr. Bellaire received his MBA and graduate (prosthetics/bio-engineering) degrees from Northwestern University.
Stephen Dineley, FCPA, FCA is a retired partner with over 30 years of experience in assurance services at KPMG, from which he retired in March 2014. From 1998 to 2000, Stephen held the position of Chief Financial Officer at Extendicare Inc., one of the leaders in Canada’s senior housing sector. Mr. Dineley provides consulting services to an alternate mortgage lender based in Toronto and also provides consulting services on accounting and auditing matters. He also serves as a director for the Bank of New York Trust Company Canada and as a director of two non-profit organizations. Mr. Dineley holds an ICD.D designation with the Institute of Corporate Directors.
Irving R. Gerstein
Irving Gerstein, C.M., O.Ont. is a retired executive. Mr. Gerstein is chair of the board of directors of Atlantic Power Corporation (TSX:ATP; NYSE:AT) and lead director of Student Transportation Inc. (TSX:STB; NASDAQ:STB). He previously served as a director of other public corporations, including CTV Inc., Traders Group Limited, Guaranty Trust Company of Canada, Confederation Life Insurance Company, Scott’s Hospitality Inc. and Economic Investment Trust Limited, and as an officer and director of Peoples Jewellers Limited. Mr. Gerstein is a Member of the Order of Canada and a Member of the Order of Ontario. He was a member of the Senate of Canada from 2009 to 2016. Mr. Gerstein is an honorary director of Mount Sinai Hospital (Toronto), having previously served as Chairman of the Board, Chairman Emeritus and a director over a period of 25 years. Mr. Gerstein received his BSc. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton School of Finance and Commerce).
Dale Lawr is a CPA, CA with executive experience in a broad range of organizations in Canada and the United States, including public and private companies and a crown corporation. Until March 2015, Ms. Lawr was Chief Risk Officer at Infrastructure Ontario, which she joined in 2011 as Chief Financial Officer. Previously, Ms. Lawr was with Altus Group Limited (TSX:AIF), where she initially served as Chief Financial Officer and then as EVP Finance, Strategic Initiatives. Previously, Ms. Lawr lived in Chicago, where she served as Chief Financial Officer of RTC Industries Inc., a retail design firm; Vice President Finance of Frankel & Co., a national marketing services agency and a business unit of Publicis SA; and Senior Manager and Director of Finance for Accenture in the firm’s Chicago and Toronto offices. Ms. Lawr holds an MBA from Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto and an ICD.D designation with the Institute of Corporate Directors. Ms. Lawr is on the board of directors and the finance, audit and risk committee for the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research and chairs the audit committee for Maple Leaf Angels Corporation.
Jeffrey C. Lozon
Jeffrey Lozon is a Chairman of Lozon Associates advisory services and a corporate director. Until April 2014, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Revera Inc., a leading provider of seniors' accommodation, care and services with 250 sites and 30,000 employees in Canada and the United States. Prior to joining Revera in 2009, Mr. Lozon held a 17-year tenure as President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. He was previously seconded to the position of Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care for the Province of Ontario from 1999-2000. He has also served on a number of national and provincial committees and organizations, including Chairing the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer and Vice Chair of Canada Health Infoway. Mr. Lozon holds an honourary Doctor of Civil Laws from Bishops University, a Masters of Health Services Administration from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Guelph. In 2009, he was appointed as a Member to the Order of Canada.
Britt T. Reynolds
President and Chief Executive Officer
Britt Reynolds joined Medical Facilities as President and Chief Executive Officer in May 2016. Before joining Medical Facilities, Mr. Reynolds was the President of Hospital Operations at Tenet Healthcare Corporation, where he led Tenet’s largest operating division consisting of 84 hospitals and related outpatient centres. Prior to that, starting in December 2008, he served as a Senior Vice President and Division 1 President of Health Management Associates Inc. where he was responsible for hospitals in Alabama, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina, and before that he served as a Vice President of Operations for Community Health Systems, Inc. managing hospitals in Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. He has held senior executive positions in the three largest investor owned hospital organizations in the United States. Mr. Reynolds has extensive experience in mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures and working collaboratively with physicians, executives and other health care professionals.