Accountability and transparency

The Government of Ontario and various Broader Public Sector (BPS) organizations that provide goods and services to Ontarians, must publicly attest to their accountability and transparency.  In general the “Broader Public Sector” refers to the organizations that receive funding from the Government of Ontario. They are not, however, a part of the government itself. Examples of BPS organizations include hospitals, universities, colleges, and school boards.  Please go to BPS website to learn more about the rules and legislation.


At Red Lake Margaret Cochenour Memorial Hospital, we strive to earn the trust of our patients –family, friends and visitors-, staff, volunteers and community; through the provision of excellent healthcare, while demonstrating our commitment to operate in a medically, socially and financially responsible manner; making the right clinical decisions, managing resources efficiently, actively measuring our performance and implementing them in an open and transparent manner. We believe knowledge, empowers you to be more involved and together we ensure our hospital can maintain a reputation of excellence.

In this section you can find information regarding patient safety indicators, quality management, audited financial statements, executive compensation, board and executive expense reporting, performance indicators, annual reports, policies, budgets, accountability agreements and other legislated reporting for our Hospital and sponsored agencies; the Red Lake Community Mental Health and Employment Ontario Services (Job Connect). 



Hospital Services Accountability Agreement (HSAA): The Hospital Service Accountability Agreement (H-SAAs) outlines the rights and responsibilities of the Red Lake Margaret Cochenour Memorial Hospital and the Northwest Local Health Integration Network (LHIN 14), outlining our performance obligations and the resources in which we must deliver care according to the Commitment to the Future of Medicare Act.



Public Reporting Categories include: