Leadership Team

Susan Fitzpatrick

Susan Fitzpatrick

Chief Executive Officer

    Susan Fitzpatrick was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) in 2015, following a career in the Ontario Public Service that spanned more than three decades. Prior to joining the LHIN, Susan was Associate Deputy Minister, Health System Delivery and Implementation, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.  As Associate Deputy Minister, Susan was responsible for bringing together health programs in LHINs, CCACs, Long-term Care and Physician Services, and creating alignment opportunities in order to deliver quality health services to patients.  
Raj Krishnapillai

Raj Krishnapillai,

Vice President, Finance and IT, Chief Financial Officer

  Raj Krishnapillai has over 20 years of experience in Finance, Corporate and Shared Services in the health care, not-for-profit and private sectors. Raj provided oversight for all aspects of the LHIN’s financial operations for the since 2006 years and has a proven track record for building highly effective teams. Raj’s previous experiences in healthcare include financial management of Westpark Health Care Centre that gave him insights into patient experience and care.
Chris Sulway

Chris Sulway,

Vice President, Quality, Performance and Accountability

Chris Sulway has over 20 years of experience in clinical service delivery and health care management. He is a physiotherapist who transitioned to clinical administration and corporate leadership after completing his Masters in Health Administration at the University of Toronto. He has experience solving multifaceted problems within complex systems; his leadership enables staff and colleagues to work around a common vision and execute solutions. Chris also promotes strong partnerships across Toronto Central LHIN health care providers driving value and high quality outcomes. His current portfolio includes Performance Management, Health Analytics, Digital Health, Quality & Risk, System Flow and Capacity Planning.
Tess Romain

Tess Romain,

Vice President of  Home and Community Care

Tess Romain brings over 10 years of public sector experience and was Director of Policy to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care. In this role Tess guided legislation and oversaw the development of health policy as well as communication and engagement strategies. Previously, as Director of Strategy Management & Governance at Joseph Brant Hospital, Tess led the development and supported the implementation of the hospital’s five-year Strategic Plan.   

Manson Locke,

Vice President, Human Resources and Corporate Administration

    Manson Locke has nearly two decades of health human resources leadership, which spans several segments of the healthcare system including hospital, community, long-term care, and retirement homes. Most recently, Manson served as Executive Director, Human Resources and Organization Effectiveness at Baycrest Health Sciences, where he was integral in leading the alignment of human resources programs and strategies to support the organization’s vision and establishing a foundation for delivery of best possible outcomes for patients and clients. Manson has a track record of creating high quality human resources systems supporting organizational outcomes while fostering a positive workplace culture.  

Stephanie Lockert
 Stephanie Lockert,

Interim Vice President,    Health System Strategy, Integration and Planning 



Stephanie Lockert brings over 10 years of experience in the public sector and joined the Toronto Central LHIN in 2015. Stephanie has lead the development of a number of the LHIN’s strategies, including the population health and equity approach, sub-region planning and integration strategy. Prior to joining the LHIN, Stephanie worked in a variety of strategic, policy and implementation leadership roles within the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care – within Home and Community Care and Implementation Branch’s, Health Quality Branch, and Associate Deputy Minister’s Office. In addition to leading the development of provincial policies, legislation, and regulation, Stephanie has led a number of provincial policy reviews and large stakeholder engagements related to transformation within home and community care, palliative care, as well as sector specific interventions to improve appropriateness of care.


Dr.Matthew Morgan,

Vice President, Clinical 

    Dr. Matthew Morgan is an experienced physician leader who also has a strong background in health informatics and healthcare transformation.  In the role of Vice President, Clinical, Dr. Morgan is providing clinical leadership and strategic direction to advance our priorities and help drive positive clinical change across the LHIN. He continue to practise medicine at UHN and Sinai Health System and is an Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, with a focus on quality improvement and innovation.