More living to do

My husband and I were on a trip in Ireland in 2017 when I first noticed a spot of blood in my stool. When it became more pronounced in 2018, my family doctor referred me to a Toronto hospital for a colonoscopy.

Your impact on emergency

Our Emergency Department (ED) remains one of the busiest in the Greater Toronto Area, serving on average 325 patients a day, and as our community grows, this volume will only increase. I’m thrilled that we now have a modern and people-centred space to help us care for even more people.

Your impact on cardiology

Each year NYGH provides cardiac care throughout the hospital to thousands of patients in our community.

Heart health 101: Q&A with Dr. Kareem Morant

February is Heart Month, and Cardiologist Dr. Kareem Morant, director of the clinic, weighs in on insights and tips to establish strong heart health.

Care at North York General got my mother back on her feet

This past summer, I was visiting my parents in North York from Winnipeg, when my 72-year-old mother had a serious accident.

Your impact on palliative care

Last year was an exciting and encouraging one for the Freeman Centre for the Advancement of Palliative Care at North York General. Thanks to the support of donors, the team has numerous advancements in their mission to integrate better with the community.

Your impact on medical imaging

Here are a few examples from both the Gulshan & Pyarali G. Nanji Family Foundation Centre for Medical Imaging and our Nuclear Medicine Department that we use every day for patient care, thanks to donors.

Your impact on child and adolescent mental health

As we continue to see a rise in young people facing mental health challenges, our care teams at North York General (NYGH) we are proud to provide them with the treatment and strategies to get on a healthy path, where they can pursue their dreams.

Giving back this Giving Tuesday

For the first time, all donations made to North York General will be tripled thanks to our friends and generous donors Gursikh Sabha Canada. This means even more impact across our hospital, helping to ensure we have the right equipment, technology and care environments for the hundreds of patients who need it every day.

Caring from the heart

Dr. Rose’s practice at NYGH specializes in Cardio Oncology; the care of cancer patients with cardiovascular disease that was already existing or acquired during cancer treatment. It also involves the prevention, early recognition, and mitigation of the effects of cancer therapy on the cardiovascular system.