Saskatchewan Health Authority announces new CEO

Late last year, former CEO of the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) Scott Livingstone stepped down from the position, and shortly after Andrew Will stepped up as interim CEO until the board could appoint someone to the position.

In a public board meeting, the SHA Board of Directors announced that Andrew Will is stepping into the position as CEO of the SHA.


“Andrew is a testament to our home-grown talent in Saskatchewan. Having grown up in rural Saskatchewan, he understands the importance of being able to access high-quality care as close to home as possible,” says Arlene Wiks, SHA Board Chair.

“His passion for building a system that works for every person in every corner of our province is combined with decades of experience in health care that proves that we can truly foster and cultivate world-class leadership in Saskatchewan.”

The recruitment process was led by the SHA Board and supported by a search firm that attracted applicants nationally and internationally.

“I am honoured to take on this role as CEO,” says Andrew Will.

“Every day our health-care teams demonstrate their commitment to patient and family-centred care and make sacrifices to serve the people of Saskatchewan. I am humbled to continue to serve with them in this new role. As CEO, it will be my priority to strengthen the ability of our physicians and staff to ensure every resident of Saskatchewan has access to the right care, from the right provider, at the right time, as close to home as possible.”

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