Dan Carbin is a Principal at Santis Health. He co-founded the firm upon leaving the Ontario government after the Liberal Party’s 2011 election success. During his time at Queen’s Park, Dan served as a senior advisor to the premier, deputy premier and two ministers of health. Dan helped drive forward some of the government’s signature health care initiatives including the Wait Time Strategy, the creation of Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), primary care reform, and physician services negotiations. Dan also worked as a parliamentary researcher in the UK for a member of parliament and health critic. His private sector experience includes a stint in the investment banking industry in the United Kingdom, where Dan worked for Goldman Sachs and UBS.
At Santis, Dan provides strategic advice to boards and executives involved in the Canadian health care sector. His clients include major Fortune 500 companies, leading national and provincial health care associations, broader public sector organizations, and a range of health charities.
Dan currently serves as Chair of the Board at St Jude Community Homes, a provider of supportive housing services for people living with Schizophrenia. He has also guest lectured at University of Toronto’s Dalla Lanna School of Public Health since 2010. Dan has an MSc with Distinction from the London School of Economics and a BA Hons from McGill University. He lives in Toronto with his wife and four active (and exhausting) young daughters.