February is Heart Month, and Cardiologist Dr. Kareem Morant, director of the clinic, weighs in on insights and tips to establish strong heart health.
Jennifer has spent her entire career caring for infants and their families following the birthing process.
Wanda started her NYGH career at the Branson site in 1983 as an Xray/Angiography Technologist and then Charge Technologist of CT
You never know where inspiration will spring from. For Daisy Chan, hers came when she became a volunteer at North York General Hospital (NYGH) while she was in high school.
Jackelyn works in the Nursing Resource Team, assigned to different units throughout the hospital, including medical, surgical, paediatric and psychiatric.
In her role as a registered nurse with the Nursing Capacity Initiative, Alexandra works in the Charlotte & Lewis Steinberg Emergency, the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and the Graham & Audrey Rosenberg Family Cardiac Care Clinic.
Magnolia says she’ll never forget her first day at NYGH during the pandemic, working with people from behind a plexiglass barrier to keep everyone safe.
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.
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.
For Hansani Pathiraja, working at a hospital that puts patients first is both an honour and a privilege.