Invicta Health Inc. plans and implements programs and services that improve health and the environment. We work with senior leaders of industry, public sector organizations, not for profits and social enterprises to optimize health, to build research capacity to build commercial value and to improve environmental stewardship. We have worked with private companies, hospitals and other health related organizations to help improve performance through better organization, information management and process change. Invicta Health finds creative solutions to some of the major challenges facing health care.
Neil Ritchie, B.Sc., MHSA | president
With a background as a health services executive and as an entrepreneur, Neil uses his leadership skills to enable change in health organizations and to develop market value that impacts health and the environment. Neil has worked as a senior executive in large, multi-site academic teaching centres, regional health authorities and community hospitals in Canada. He was Administrator of the Sackville Memorial Hospital, Vice President of the Calgary General Hospital, Senior Operating Officer of the Calgary Regional Health Authority, CEO of the Cape Breton Health Care Complex and Chief Operating Officer of the Capital District Health Authority in Halifax.
He also has had a second career in health-related business development as founder the Business Development Office at Dalhousie University's Faculty of Medicine, as president of a number of health-related start up companies and as a venture investor. He is recent author of BioFuture 2030, the Growth Strategy for Nova Scotia's Health and Life Sciences Industry and is currently on a long term contract as the Executive Director of the Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care. He has participated in a number of national and international partnerships business development initiatives and study tours and sits on the Advisory Committee of the Common Roots Urban Farm, a social enterprise of the Nova Scotia Health Authority. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Dalhousie University and a Masters in Health Services Administration from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Alberta.