work culture

Positive work culture benefits patients and families

NYGH is making great strides to not only be effective, but also progressive by emphasizing a healthy work culture for its employees that leads to positive outcomes for its patients and families. "Our patients come first in everything we do," says Jennifer Bowman, Vice President, People, Strategy and Clinical Support.
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Guiding colorectal cancer patients through their care
Find out what a patient can expect from diagnosis to treatment, through survivorship or palliative care.
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Preparing our future health care professionals
Teaching comes naturally to Dr. Tarek Abdelhalim, a General Internist at NYGH.
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News & Community

  • NYGH receives 2017 Patient Safety Champion Award
    Tue, Jun 20, 2017
    On June 12 North York General Hospital received the Patient Safety Champion Award from a consortium of patient safety groups. This national award recognizes NYGH’s commitment ... Read Moreread more
  • GTA hospitals announce strategic IT partnership
    Tue, Jun 13, 2017
    North York General Hospital and Michael Garron Hospital are partnering to build on their leadership in the use of health information technology and improve patient care. The h... Read Moreread more
  • Participate in the Central LHIN Regional Palliative Care Network
    Thu, Jun 08, 2017
    Central LHIN is seeking community members to participate on the Central LHIN Regional Palliative Care Network. Community members who live in the diverse Central LHIN municipal... Read Moreread more
  • New primary care clinic established as part of Branson transition
    Fri, May 26, 2017
    A message to our community: Over the last few months, the hospital has been informing the community of the closure of the Urgent Care Centre as of June 1, 2017 and promoting t... Read Moreread more
  • Midlife crisis — Real or not?
    Thu, May 11, 2017
    We often hear, and maybe use, the term midlife crisis. Is it a myth or reality? "There is no medical illness called midlife crisis," says Dr. Thomas Ungar, Chief of ... Read Moreread more