Learn more about Patricia Arango, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

For the 11 years Patricia Arango has worked at North York General Hospital (NYGH), she’s never once taken its community-focused approach for granted.

Learn more about Stephanie Van Hanegem, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

As an RPN on the postpartum unit, she’s responsible for helping parents with the transition from birth to postpartum, easing into life with their newborn.

Learn more about Hansani Pathiraja, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

For Hansani Pathiraja, working at a hospital that puts patients first is both an honour and a privilege.

Learn more about Prescilla Quiogue, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

Prescilla is the first person you see at reception as you enter the centre. On occasion, she jumps in and works as an Activation Aide.

Learn more about Ann Tomlin, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

Ann has worked in the Medical Device Reprocessing Department (MDRD) where she ensures the timely processing of medical instruments.

Learn more about Linda Kuse, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

Linda Kuse is surrounded by little ones – whether it’s her own grandchildren or the babies she helps bring into the world as a registered nurse in Labour and Delivery at North York General.

Mia Rogers, Unit Secretary, North York General Hospital

Learn more about Mia Rogers, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

One of the great things about working at NYGH is that we develop relationships with patients.

Arnel Tansingco, Materials Management, North York General Hospital

Learn more about Arnel Tansingco, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

I was interested in working in health care and have been lucky to have found a second home here at NYGH.

Learn more about Dipa Solanki , our latest Fortune Fridays winner

Accuracy and responsiveness are key to the role as on every shift, it’s my job to ensure surgeons have exactly the right tools the moment they need them.

Learn more about Erika Kelly, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

I work in the Postpartum Unit, where I care for both mothers and babies.