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Transforming our care environments

At North York General Hospital, ensuring our hospital's physical spaces meet the needs of our current patient population as well as the future needs of a growing, diverse community is a top priority. The hospital has been diligently crafting a Master Plan for the hospital, a road map for the development of our future physical spaces in 5, 10 or even 40 years' time.
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Patients First

Finding Nilo: A porter's journey
Our latest Behind the Scenes video focuses on the role of Porter Nilo Ramos.
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Specialized care for colorectal cancer survivors
For Vivian Hall "survivorship" means staying as positive as you can, even when dealing with very difficult circumstances.
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News & Community

  • Fanny Bernstein Living Well with Parkinson’s — Program starts Oct. 18
    Mon, Oct 02, 2017
    The next program of eight sessions for people living with Parkinson's and their caregiver begins Wed., October 18. Register now. Read Moreread more
  • Researching best outcomes
    Thu, Sep 14, 2017
    At North York General Hospital the patient experience is at the heart of everything we do. Katie Dainty, PhD, the hospital's new Research Chair in Patient-Centred Outcomes... Read Moreread more
  • Profile: Philip Weaver, Clinical Pastoral Supervisor
    Wed, Sep 13, 2017
    Helping people comes naturally to Philip Weaver. His new role as Clinical Pastoral Supervisor focuses on three main areas. He provides support to patients and their families; ... Read Moreread more
  • Social media and health care: A new frontier
    Wed, Sep 13, 2017
    Never has it been so easy to reach your personal and even professional networks on social media with updates on your own or a loved one's health status. This new reality b... Read Moreread more
  • Blue to the sky, orange to the thigh
    Wed, Sep 13, 2017
    A national survey from Food Allergy Canada shows that most Canadians at risk of a severe or even fatal allergic reaction do not carry their life-saving medication with them. I... Read Moreread more