Scott Livingstone leaves position as CEO, Interim CEO Andrew Will announced
The following message is on behalf of Arlene Wiks, Chair, SHA Board of Directors
The Board of Directors has received notice that CEO Scott Livingstone has left his position effective immediately.
The Board is grateful for Scott’s leadership during the creation of the SHA and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
As CEO, Scott demonstrated a commitment to patient- and family-centred care and provided stability during a time of substantial change and significant pressures on the health system due to COVID.
The Board has selected Andrew Will as the Interim CEO.
Born and educated in Saskatchewan, Andrew Will has dedicated his career to providing executive leadership that builds strong organizational culture focused on supporting individuals and teams to achieve their best for the people we serve.
Andrew has served in executive leadership positions for health regions in both Saskatchewan and Alberta, including Chief Executive Officer of four health regions, including as Acting CEO of the former Saskatoon Health Region. He also served as a member of Alberta Health Services executive team in the positions of Executive Vice President of Clinical Support Services. Before joining the Saskatchewan Health Authority, Andrew also served as the Chief Executive Officer of 3sHealth. He is moving to the interim CEO position from his current role as Vice President of Infrastructure, Information and Support for the SHA.
The Board will release updates on the recruitment of a permanent CEO as soon as available. No operations or services have been affected during this time. Our Board is committed to ensuring this transition process ensures operational continuity and stability for our health system.
I am immensely appreciative of the hard work and sacrifice of our health-care teams. Please know that we will continue to make every effort to support you through all the challenges that have come during the pandemic.