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How to prevent infections at work, at home and at play

Tips to stay healthy from an infection prevention and control expert Our world is full of bacteria and viruses and our best defence is learning how to coexist with them safely as we go about our daily routines. Ina Belu is an infection prevention and control practitioner at St. Joseph’s who advises staff on best […]

Meet Mark Kocsis – St. Joseph’s first-ever de Souza Nurse Associate

The last few years in Mark Kocsis’ life have been busy, to say the least. Kocsis graduated from Ryerson University’s nursing program in June 2017, and by November of that year, had begun his career on the Medicine, Oncology and Palliative Care (6M) unit at St. Joseph’s Health Centre. All the while, Kocsis was fueling […]

David Anderson

Paying it forward: mentor role inspires Dr. David Anderson, chief resident

Each year, St. Joseph’s Health Centre welcomes new chief residents (CRs) to guide the experience we offer to incoming medical students. The CR role honours the skills and abilities of stand-out residents and places them in a position to help formally train and mentor the next generation of students. For 2019-20, St. Joseph’s welcomed four […]

Dr. Ellen Thompson

Sharing in patients’ successes motivates Dr. Ellen Thompson, chief resident

Each year, St. Joseph’s Health Centre welcomes new chief residents (CRs) to guide the experience we offer to incoming medical students. The CR role honours the skills and abilities of stand-out residents and places them in a position to help formally train and mentor the next generation of students. For 2019-20, St. Joseph’s welcomed four […]

Dr. Marisa Leon-Carlyle

Caring for those experiencing disadvantage inspires chief resident Dr. Marisa Leon-Carlyle

Each year, St. Joseph’s Health Centre welcomes new chief residents (CRs) to guide the experience we offer to incoming medical students. The CR role honours the skills and abilities of stand-out residents and places them in a position to help formally train and mentor the next generation of students. For 2019-20, St. Joseph’s welcomed four […]

Bridging cultures and languages

High quality health care involves providing information to patients so they can make informed decisions about their own health – which can become a challenge when patients and providers don’t speak the same language. This is when interpreter services becomes vital. At each of our sites, we have partnerships with agencies or interpreters who become […]

Our 2019 Legend Award winners shine brightly

Since opening nearly a century ago, St. Joseph’s Health Centre Toronto has established an enduring tradition of serving the diverse needs of our community. Our roots run deep, as does our commitment to living the promise made by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto when they founded our hospital in 1921 to care for […]

Passing it on: New chief medical resident looks forward to mentorship role

Each year, St. Joseph’s Health Centre welcomes chief medical residents (CMRs) to guide the experience we offer to incoming medical students. The CMR role honours the skills and abilities of stand-out residents and places them in a position to help formally train and mentor the next generation of students. In July, four new CMRs joined our […]

Q&A with Leonard Benoit, Aboriginal Navigator

Leonard Benoit is a nurse and understands how to navigate the health-care system. But for other First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples, concern about stigma, discrimination and other factors can prevent them from coming into the hospital – even at the expense of their own health. Indigenous People disproportionately show rising rates of cancer and […]

A snapshot of organ and tissue donation at our three hospitals

April is Be A Donor Month. Register to be an organ donor or check your status here. During Be A Donor Month, and throughout the year, you’ll hear the words: ‘Organ donation is a gift.’ Organ donation is considered a great gift by many. It’s not always in the receiving of the gift but in […]

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