Cynthia Martineau has over 30 years of clinical and health system leadership experience in various roles throughout the health system. Cynthia joined the South East LHIN in 2007 as an Integration Consultant and has been intensely involved in various roles supporting health care in the south east region ever since. Specializing in system planning and community engagement functions, she has provided guidance for the development of health system plans and leadership for implementation of complex initiatives in the LHIN. Cynthia is actively engaged in all aspects of the health system including Health Links and Sub-Region development. More recently she led South East LHIN integration transition activities of Home and Community Care services. She is also a provincial co-lead for the pan-LHIN VP Planning & Integration Table, the Mental Health and Addictions Systems Table and the LHIN representative on the Joint Provincial Nursing Council.
Prior to working at the LHIN, Cynthia served as a nursing officer in the Canadian Forces where she held various roles from clinical care to operational deployment oversight of all aeromedical evacuations. She deployed overseas twice; as a critical care nurse with the 1 Canadian Field Hospital during the Gulf War, and as an aeromedical evacuation team member supporting Canada’s mission in Rwanda. After 21 years of proud service she retired as the Commanding Officer of the medical clinic at CFB Trenton.
Cynthia holds a Master’s of Sciences in Health Science as well as the CHE designation with the Canadian College of Health Service Executives.