Focused on patient and family centred care, Horizon Health Network (Horizon) operates 12 hospitals and more than 100 medical facilities, clinics and offices, and provides services ranging from acute care to community-based health services.
With a collaborative, team approach to offering services in English and French, Horizon delivers sustainable, safe and quality health care services to residents of New Brunswick, as well as northern Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
Horizon has an annual budget of approximately $1.1 billion and has more than 12,600 employees, 1,100 physicians and 5,200 volunteers, auxiliary and alumnaemembers, as well as 17 foundations and 18 auxiliary and alumnae organizations. Horizon ensures representation from urban and rural areas through a 15-member Board that consists of 7 appointed and 8 elected members of the public.
In January 2015, Horizon's Board approved a new strategic plan for 2015-20. In developing the new plan, Horizon received feedback and insight from hundreds of New Brunswickers on how they wanted their health care system to serve their needs. The comments were gathered during a formal consultation process that included speaking to patients and their families, nurses and physicians, allied health professionals, staff volunteers, and community and health care partners.
Our new strategic vision exemplifies our commitment to patient and family centred care. Horizon, through our staff, physicians and volunteers, must seek to exceed the expectations for every person who looks to us for service, and to do this for each and every interaction with our patients and visitors, through the event or during the stay with us, and even after our patients have been discharged. Nothing short of aspiring to give exceptional care will allow us to do our very best.
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