Our Team

Our Team

This is a volunteer organization that recognizes the importance of a strong and united primary care voice to inform and influence the evolution of our health system. No one listed here is receiving a stipend for their participation in the new PCN.

Here are your elected MH PCN Board Members:

Board Chair: Sohal Goyal


Geographic Representation: NW Mississauga


PEM Representation: FHG

1. Board Member: Adithi Naidu


Geographic Representation: NW Mississauga


PEM Representation: FHG

2. Board Member: Ali Damji


Geographic Representation: NW Mississauga


PEM Representation: FHO-FHT

3. Board Member: Baldeep Chera


Geographic Representation: East Mississauga


PEM Representation: FHO, non-FHT

4. Board Member: Carolyn Malec


Geographic Representation: Milton


PEM Representation: FHO-FHT

5. Board Member: David Daien


Geographic Representation: S Etobicoke


PEM Representation: FHO-FHT

6. Board Member: Greg Van de Mosselaer


Geographic Representation: SW Mississauga


PEM Representation: FHG

7. Board Member: James Ying


Geographic Representation: Halton Hills


PEM Representation: FHO, non-FHT

8. Board Member: Michael Kates


Geographic Representation: East Mississauga


PEM Representation: FHO-FHT

9. Board Member: Richard Chen


Geographic Representation: East Mississauga


PEM Representation: FHO, non-FHT

Administrative Support

Jennifer Tran, Sr. Advisor, Primary Care Engagement & Health System Planning

Ontario Health (Central Region) serves to lead the regional health system planning, integration, funding, and performance accountability across its communities, which include Mississauga and Halton. The Mississauga Halton Primary Care Network (MH PCN) aims to create a strong and united primary care community, shaping the health care system to best serve patients, their families, and providers.

Ontario Health (Central Region) strongly supports the mission of the MH PCN and has offered the MH PCN temporary in-kind staff support starting April 2020, contingent on its work to both 1) organize primary care into one unified voice and 2) move primary care towards an integrated health care system. The support is provided in the spirit of partnership between the two organizations and promoting stewardship of integrated care within the health care system.

By providing this support, Ontario Health (Central Region) does not assume any role in governance, accountability, or management of the MH PCN. It also does not change the business model of the MH PCN, which currently operates as an independent, grassroots, and volunteer organization.