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Health authority facing vacancy

Senior management is going through a transition at the Interior Health Authority.

Brenda Rebman, vice-president of people and clinical services, is leaving the organization to take on new duties in Alberta.

“Brenda’s health care experience and her strong leadership skills have been instrumental in moving Interior Health forward, particularly with the significant change to our organizational structure which began last spring,” said Robert Halpenny, IHA president.

“Her focus and her dedication are appreciated by all, and while she will certainly be missed, we understand her desire to be closer to her family.”

Rebman will transition into her new job in Alberta over the next several months, and IHA will initiate a recruitment process shortly.

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