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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 […]

Celebrating our Legends

At St. Joseph’s Health Centre, our entire community of staff, physicians, volunteers and students is committed to living our mission and values, fulfilling a promise first made by the Sisters of St. Joseph almost 100 years ago to care for our community. Every year, we hold a special event called the Legend Awards to recognize […]

Behind the scenes of patient care: Meet our lab teams

In 2016, St. Joseph’s Health Centre and St. Michael’s Hospital made the move to join labs, creating an integrated system that improves turnaround times for tests and allows clinical knowledge to be shared across both sites, improving quality of care for patients at both organizations. Meet the people who work across both sites, supporting patient […]

Volunteering provides real-life experience for this biomedical engineering grad

Himali Dave wears our purple volunteer vest, which immediately makes her recognizable throughout the hospital as someone who can show patients and visitors the way to their appointment, or help someone find their car. But today she’s in our Clinical Engineering department, helping the team test machines that have been sent down for repairs. As […]

Meet our Legends

At St. Joseph’s Health Centre, our entire community of staff, physicians, volunteers and students is committed to living our mission and values every day and fulfilling a promise first made by the Sisters of St. Joseph almost 100 years ago to care for our community. Every year, we hold a special event called the Legend […]

How speech language pathologists support communication

Eating and communicating are daily parts of our lives that we often don’t stop to think about, but when someone has difficulty doing one or the other it can greatly affect their quality of life. Luckily, speech language pathologists are here to help them; these members of our teams work one-on-one with patients and their […]

Celebrating our doctors

Every day more than 440 physicians support our teams at St. Joe’s. In clinics, inpatient units, the emergency department, operating and procedure rooms, they make sure our patients are receiving the care they need. They also support the future of healthcare in our community, sharing their knowledge as teachers and professionals with the next generation […]

Why teaching is key to the care we provide our community

Residents are active participants of the Canadian healthcare system. As a community teaching Health Centre, we have more than 200 residents studying with our teams every year, learning directly from our teams about how to provide high quality patient care and supporting our West Toronto community. Residents can spend anywhere from a few months to […]

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