Each Patient Care Quality Review Board consists of up to four to six members, including a Chair, all of whom are appointed by the Minister of Health. Collectively, these individuals may reflect the following competencies and qualities:

  • Clinical experience;

  • Experience in procedural and administrative law and/or experience in adjudication or decision-making;

  • Knowledge of the health care system, with a particular interest in quality improvement;

  • A previous history in client relations or strong service orientation;

  • A knowledge of and appreciation for a broad range of cultural interests.

Read more about the review board members.