Message from the President – June 30, 2022

I’m honoured to share with you that for the 4th consecutive year, North York General Hospital (NYGH) has been named one of the top hospitals in the world by Newsweek Magazine.

How an NYGH Research Chair is making a difference in ALS-connected Disorder

Every single day, we swallow at least 1,000 times and when we do, there are more than 100 separate neuro, biochemical and physiological events taking place to make it happen.

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.

Embracing Supportive Care

Sometimes you just need to be open in order for something better to come into your life.

Little Hands with Big Hearts

Bring a classroom full of imaginative, creative students together with a teacher eager to pass on valuable life lessons, and you have the makings of something magical.

Linda Kuse, RN, North York General

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.

Arezoo & Liana's Story

It takes a village: an act of extraordinary kindness for a new mother

When you’re a first-time mother-to-be, preparing for your child’s arrival usually includes preparing the nursery, shopping for baby clothes, or finding the perfect stroller.

Meet Michael Peak

On one particular day, his chest hurt and his breathing was laboured, causing him to worry that he was having a heart attack