The Scarborough Hospital (TSH) has received the 2015 National Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award from the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL).
Paulette Lewis, a Nephrology Nurse Practitioner at The Scarborough Hospital (TSH) and founding member and secretary of the African Caribbean Kidney Association (ACKA), is this year’s winner of the Kidney Foundation of Canada’s Central Ontario Chapter’s Renal Professional Award.
For Kajendren Suvarnarajah, this Father’s Day – and every Father’s Day from now on – will be extra special. On June 21, Kajendren’s first child – a baby boy – was born at exactly 51 minutes after midnight at The Scarborough Hospital’s (TSH) General campus. “I’m just happy, so so happy,” says Kajendren. Kajendren’s wife
In the last dozen years, Gloria Haddrath has visited The Scarborough Hospital (TSH) countless times as her parents, Mario and Tommasina Tagliaferri, received care. She never took her parents for granted – or the hospital that treated them. “Caring, kind and sweet.” That’s how Gloria describes the feel at the hospital. Mario was treated at
Allan Binning’s heart stopped four times in one day. That was last November, and he was brought to The Scarborough Hospital’s (TSH) Emergency Department (ED) after collapsing at his home. That was the first time his heart stopped, although he didn’t know it at the time. His wife, Elaine, insisted on calling an ambulance; she