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Frontline Integrated Services Program

Director of the Frontline Integrated Services Program
Sébastien Blin

Associate Director of Child and Family Program, Birthing Centre, Youth, Public Health Program and the Regional Program for the Settlement and Integration of Asylum Seekers (PRAIDA)
Lyne Ouellette 

Associate Director of General Services, Network and University Family Medicine Groups and the Health and Social Information Line
Lisa Westaway


Sébastien Blin
Sébastien Blin

Director of the Front Line Integrated Services Program
Sébastien Blin

I am pleased to welcome Sébastien Blin as Director of the Front Line Integrated Services Program for the CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal.

Mr. Blin is now responsible for coordinating activities and managing the centralization of admissions, patient access, medical, nursing and psychosocial clinics, CLSCs, coordination and development of university and family medicine network clinics (FMG - FMG-R - FMG-U), health promotion, chronic disease prevention and management centres. He also supervises the Info-Santé, Info-Social (SRISIS), the Garde infirmière médicale associée (GIMA), the Regional Program for the Settlement and Integration of Asylum Seekers (PRAIDA), anti-radicalization service leading to violence, Child and Family Program's teams, birth centres, youth programmes and the public health program.

Mr. Blin previously held the position of Associate Director of Corporates Services, the FMG - FMG-U and FMG-R the Info-Santé-Social Line and the Regional Program for the Settlement and Integration of Asylum Seekers (PRAIDA). He also worked as Associate Director of Professional Services and Medical Affairs, as well as a member of the Board of Directors at CSSS de la Pointe-de-l’Île. Before he held these positions, he was Chief Administrator for general programs and services.

Mr. Blin holds degrees in nursing and healthcare administration, and has Lean training as a certified White Belt in Six Sigma. He is currently completing a Master’s degree in Organizational Management at the University of Laval.

"With my expertise and those of my colleagues, I will contribute to improving the quality and accessibility of front-line and community services", says Blin. "Our objective is to meet the needs of the population and clients of our CIUSSS."

Together with Mr. Blin ant the other members of his team, and in partnership with all of the institutions in our network, I am eager to embark on this new era in health care. His work will be an integral part in ensuring the continuity of services and the continuum of care throughout our CIUSSS network for the benefit of patients, clients and residents. I believe Mr. Blin’s background in Lean management and frontline services will shape the changes and improvements he will introduce with our dynamic and innovative teams, in both the hospital and community settings.


Lawrence Rosenberg, M.D., Ph.D.
President and CEO

Associate Director of the Child and Family Program, Birthing Centre, Youth, Public Health Program and the Regional Program for the Settlement and Integration of Asylum Seekers (PRAIDA)
Lyne Ouellette

I am pleased to welcome Lyne Ouellette as the Associate Director of the Child and Family Program, Birthing Centre, Youth, Public Health Program and PRAIDA for the CIUSSS West-Central Montreal.

In her role, Ms. Ouellette is called upon to develop and support service trajectories within the CIUSSS and with sector partners, in order to ensure fluidity, access and continuity of all services offered. Ms. Ouellette provides sustained leadership in cross-cutting clinical practice - covering quality and best practices, interprofessional collaboration, interdisciplinarity and patient experience. She also supports research and teaching activities, and collaborates with regional public health partners.

Since 2016, Ms. Ouellette has coordinated the 0-18 year old youth services of CIUSSS West-Central Montreal. She has also held the positions of Chief of Program Administration for the General and Specific Services Branch of the former CSSS de la Montagne and Clinical Advisor for the Centre Jeunesse de l'Estrie.

Ms. Ouellette holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychoeducation from UQAH, a Master's degree in Social Work from Université de Montréal and a D.E.S.S. in Organization Development from Université Laval.

"Our users are the core of my vision because we all contribute to their well-being in some way," said Ms. Ouellette. "My strong leadership skills, managerial experience, creativity and interest in interpersonal relationships are central qualities that carry my vision and mission.”

I believe that the expertise developed by Ms. Ouellette in working in different specialties has prepared her well for this new role in front-line services. Based on her experience with patients and staff using program services, I am confident she approaches this position with a thorough understanding of the needs of our patients, clients and residents.

 

Lawrence Rosenberg, MD, PhD
President and Chief Executive Office