Mental Health Insights from our Experts

For decades, mental health issues seemed to fly under the radar. Stigma often kept conditions like anxiety, depression — and those who suffered from them, shrouded in mystery and shame.

Learn more about Magnolia Briones, our latest Fortune Fridays winner

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.

Driven to honour Maddie’s memory, Robert has been a strong advocate of The Maddie Project

She joined Rally in the Ravine in 2019 when her father encouraged her to participate, and she loves being part of something bigger than herself and supporting high-quality care at the hospital.

It can be said that compassion runs in Isha Kanani’s family

She joined Rally in the Ravine in 2019 when her father encouraged her to participate, and she loves being part of something bigger than herself and supporting high-quality care at the hospital.

Learn more about Courtney Doldron and why he feels so strongly about giving back

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.

Message from the President – August 22, 2022

To everything there is a season, especially in the summer when it is natural to carve out some time to reflect on the past and determine priorities and goals for months ahead.

At NYGH, Pamela found the answers she sought

Pamela Boisvert isn’t one to exaggerate, so when she says her recent experience at North York General Hospital “completely changed her life,” she means every word.

Research Chair engaged to study effective out-patient COVID treatments

The Canadian Adaptive Platform Trial of Treatments for COVID in Community Settings (CanTreatCOVID) is a pan-Canadian trial that will study the impact of several oral medications on hospitalization, death, and long COVID.

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.

From darkness to light — Richard’s mental health journey at NYGH

Diagnosed with prostate cancer for the second time, I felt hopeless and depressed.