We are very proud and honoured to once again be recognized as a High Performer in the latest Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) Report on Giving.
After a high-risk pregnancy that filled us with so much worry, we were blessed with our beautiful twins Adam and Aurora. They were born on December 12, 2018, healthy and strong — our gift for the holidays.
This Giving Tuesday, generous donors from the community raised over $13,000 to help fund an urgently needed neonatal incubator
The holiday season is the perfect time to pause and reflect on the special role North York General plays in our community. Our physicians, nurses and staff are entrusted with the compassionate care of nearly 400,000 individuals, each with their unique health care needs.
In spring and fall of every year, North York General Hospital and Foundation host a very special ceremony to celebrate, thank and honour staff who go above and beyond, demonstrating their commitment to our values and our focus on exceptional patient care.
North York General Hospital has delivered exceptional care to generations of families in our community. We’re proud of our past and focused on our future. A new generation of committed and caring individuals are shaping the future of their community.
To mark the UN International Day of Older Persons, The Slaight Family Foundation announced a $500,000 gift to North York General Hospital to advance a home-based care model for seniors suffering life-limiting diseases.
We’re a community hospital. To me, that means more than only caring for the community – we’re part of the community. I truly felt that sentiment this past Saturday as we hosted our second Rally in the Ravine.
After a terrific summer filled with extensive planning and anticipation – the day finally arrived. On September 4th, after many years in the making, we officially opened Phillips House, the new home of North York General’s child and adolescent outpatient mental health programs.
“I couldn’t even run half a block!” In high school and university, I shunned most forms of exercise and considered running a punishment. That was then. Now I’m training for a 5K run and I want to share some tips that help me stay motivated.
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