The lessons we learned from Cy Frank

26 Mar

Cy FrankCyril Frank, or Cy, as he liked to be called, was a visionary with a transforming vocation who accomplished a lot for the wellbeing and health of the residents in Alberta and Canada. Surgeon by profession, he was always interested by the challenges about the quality of services and health systems, very similar to those of AQuAS. He was a leader in his home country and he will be always remembered by people in Alberta and Canada, as demonstrated by the long list of messages, memories, thoughts, stories and notes of condolence that are published every day on the University of Calgary’s notice board. Where he was a professor. Stresses the obituary that the journalist André Picard wrote in The Globe and Mail explaining the variety of ‘hats’ that led Cy Frank over his life. Continue reading