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St. Joseph’s pediatrician honoured for research and advocacy for Inuit children

Dr. Anna Banerji is a world traveler. She has visited more than 50 countries and became an infectious disease specialist so she could maximize her impact as a health care provider in helping underserved communities around the world. But no matter where her travels take her, it’s a region much closer to home that holds […]

The new Learning and Innovation Centre at St. Joseph’s Health Centre is now open

St. Joseph’s Health Centre’s newly renovated and transformed meeting and education spaces in the Learning and Innovation Centre are now open. Thanks to the support of generous donors, the meeting spaces formerly named Education Centre A and B, the Small Boardroom and the Large Boardroom, and the small room across the hall, have all been […]

Making infection protection fun

How the IPAC Olympics – and chocolate pudding – put a new twist on infection prevention learning Nov. 8, 2019 – It’s not every day that Dianagris Balakrishnan finds herself covered in pudding at work. But one day this summer, she had so much of it on her personal protective equipment (PPE) gown and gloves […]

St. Joseph’s awarded for supporting organ and tissue donation

For the first time, St. Joseph’s Health Centre has been awarded the Provincial Conversion Rate Award from Trillium Gift of Life Network (TGLN) for its teams’ work with organ and tissue donation and for supporting families through a difficult and important process. Every year, TGLN sets a goal for the Provincial Conversion Rate, asking hospitals […]

St. Joseph’s cafeteria goes green

Reducing our environmental footprint is a priority for Unity Health Toronto and a key component towards Investing in our Future. The cafeteria at St. Joseph’s – otherwise known as Lakeside Café – is going green! All Styrofoam and plastic material such as utensils, containers, soup bowls and lids, coffee cups and lids, and plates will […]

Unity Health Toronto not impacted by recent food recall

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recently recalled a number of meat-based products due to possible contamination. Unity Health Toronto is aware of the recall and has investigated to confirm there is no risk to anyone who has eaten food prepared across our network, based on how our food is prepared. The recalled products are […]

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 […]

Making school lunches fun for everyone

Kids are returning back to school and that means finding a lunch that is nutritious and delicious for your child. Melissa Murray, a registered dietitian with the St. Joseph’s Urban Family Health Team, shares her recommendations for making school lunches fun and healthy. What to pack: A variety of foods, food groups and colours so […]

Cuddle Cot provides bereaved families more time with babies after stillbirths or neonatal loss

A new device at St. Joseph’s Health Centre is being offered to families coping with a stillbirth or neonatal loss. At least seven families have used the Cuddle Cot since its arrival to St. Joseph’s Family Birthing Centre (FBC) earlier this year. It is a bassinet attached to a cooling mechanism that’s designed to preserve […]

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