Christine Chadwick

Christine Chadwick is the managing director of Archus Canada, a specialist healthcare infrastructure consultancy.

With more than 30 years of experience in healthcare, including many executive and leadership roles, Christine brings system-wide expertise and skills, including health services planning, lean thinking, digi-physical visioning, and stakeholder engagement. She is co-chair of the CSA Z8005 (Digital Infrastructure & digital technologies in healthcare facilities) and also sits as an associate member of the CSA Health Care Facilities Technical Committee (Z257 TC).

Alongside her technical expertise, Christine is a passionate advocate for developing the next generation of healthcare leaders. She is a mentor-in-residence at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine & Innovation, a mentor for the Women’s Infrastructure Network, and founding president of the Canadian Womens’ Circle of Healthcare (CWCH).

Through the expansion of Archus Canada, Christine leads the provision of a broad range of consultancy services within the Canadian healthcare market, while drawing on the capabilities and expertise of the company’s global team to encourage knowledge exchange of global best practice amongst clients and peers, ultimately driving innovation to shape the future of Canadian healthcare.