HealthPRO Canada News

January 18, 2024

Exclusive Invitation to Join HealthPRO Canada's Member-Led Sustainability Committee - Limited Spaces Available!

Healthcare Sustainability

Are you motivated to improve the sustainability of Canada’s healthcare system and learn how you can make a difference in your own organization?

HealthPRO Canada’s Member-Led Sustainability Committee (MLSC) invites you to express your interest in joining our dynamic group for 2024.  

The committee is currently comprised of 15 dedicated members representing healthcare organizations across the country and welcomes additional individuals from HealthPRO’s membership to express their interest by January 30th. 

Who leads the MLSC? 
With a focus on discussing best practices, sharing pain points, and developing practical solutions, the MLSC is chaired by Lisa Vanlint, Manager of Environmental Sustainability at the University Health Network (UHN), and spearheaded by HealthPRO Canada’s Corporate Responsibility team.  

“As a sustainability expert with UHN, I’m very pleased to Chair HealthPRO Canada’s sustainability committee,” Lisa Vanlint, Manager, Environmental Sustainability, UHN. “There is so much power in purchasing to buy the right things to prevent from doing harm to the environment.” 

What is the time commitment? 
The MLSC meets 6 times a year, with the next meeting taking place January 22, 2024. 

Express your interest today! 
Limited spaces are available by province, and we urge you to express your interest by January 30th. 

Connect with us! 
To learn more, please contact: Elisa Sebastian, Specialist, Corporate Responsibility | 

Join us as we navigate a path toward more sustainable healthcare in Canada. Your participation in the MLSC is not just a commitment; it's an investment in the future of healthcare. 
More about the MLSC 
The MLSC is organized by HealthPRO Canada’s Corporate Responsibility team which is charged with overseeing and implementing environmental, social and governance initiatives within the organization. These initiatives aim to drive sustainability in healthcare procurement, social responsibility through Indigenous reconciliation and develop cultural competency across our workforce.