Medical Affairs

Medical Affairs

What is Medical Affairs?

Medical Affairs facilitates and supports the relationship between the Credentialed Professional Staff (physicians, dentists and midwives), Medical Trainees (residents, clinical fellows, and undergraduate medical students), and St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital (STEGH). Working closely with medical leaders, hospital administrative leaders, and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University, Medical Affairs at STEGH manages the following processes to achieve its mandate:

  • Credentialed Professional Staff Resources
  • Recruitment, Onboarding and Orientation
  • Medical Education
  • Credentialing and Re-appointments
  • Complaint Resolution
  • Remuneration
  • Contracts
  • Human Resource Planning for Professional Staff
  • Strategic Influence
  • Administrative Coordination & Support

About St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital

We are proud of the unique culture that exists at STEGH. New employees often comment about how friendly staff are, how approachable the leadership team is, and how our hospital feels like a tight-knit community. Everyone who works here, from physicians and frontline staff to our hardworking support teams embody our corporate values of Compassion, Innovation, Accountability, Respect and Collaboration.

STEGH is a fully accredited hospital that serves the City of St. Thomas, seven municipalities within the County of Elgin, and three local Indigenous communities. Hospital services include: emergency medicine, surgery, cardio respiratory services, palliative care, chemotherapy, diagnostic imaging, education programs, pediatrics, obstetrics, and more. There are approximately 1,200 employees and over 200 professional staff.

Contact Information

Sheri Nolan, Specialist, Medical Affairs
Phone: 519. 631.2030, ext. 2329
Fax: 519.637.3212

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