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St. Joseph's Health Centre Toronto

Domenica

domenica“You get to see the same patients week after week so you get to know them, their families and caregivers. A lot of patients open up about their life and their family – you get to know people – that’s the part I like the most.”

Domenica has been a volunteer in our Oncology unit with St. Joseph’s Health Centre for more than two years, assisting patients, physicians and staff.

Frank

frank-201x300“Volunteering to help the community in some capacity was something I have wanted to do for quite a while. I have been given so much and I thought it was only right to give back. What I did not expect and really appreciate about St. Joes is the sense of community within the hospital itself. It isn’t just volunteering for me anymore. I really enjoy the time I spend here with the team and serving the community.”

Frank started as a Courtesy volunteer but now supports our Outpatient Mental Health department. He has been volunteering for more than four years making sure that our patients and visitors have the best experience possible.

Tim

tim-225x300“In my day to day life, I work many hours in the IT field and I am solving problems, dealing with issues and trying to meet challenging and sometimes unreasonable deadlines. There usually is not much room for compassion. Since I have been volunteering, I have felt a great sense of compassion for others and an opportunity to serve others in ways I could not imagine. It has given me an outlet to completely focus on helping others in any way I can in the Emergency Department at St. Joseph Health Centre. I am so grateful to have this opportunity to utilize the God given compassion I have been given to help others during my shift. I truly feel volunteering at St. Joes is a gift that keeps on giving.”

 Tim has been volunteering for 6 months in the Emergency department, assisting patients, physicians and staff.

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