The Scarborough Hospital Invites You To Participate In A Community Engagement Session

The Scarborough Hospital (TSH) has launched a planning process to renew its strategic and clinical directions. TSH is calling this process “Forward Together: Building a Healthier Scarborough”.

Ebola Information For Patients, Visitors And Our Community

Information for our patients, visitors and community on Ebola and the protocols that The Scarborough Hospital (TSH) has in place at both our General and Birchmount campuses to ensure the safety of everyone at our hospital if a patient was to present with Ebola or Ebola-like symptoms.

Scarborough Walk of Fame and The Scarborough Hospital Foundation Announce New Partnership‏

Today marks the partnership of two local organizations: The Scarborough Hospital Foundation (TSHF) and the Scarborough Walk of Fame (SWOF). This mutually beneficial partnership was forged to meet the following key objectives …

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  • Hi, I’m Mavis Wong, And This Is My Patient Experience

    Hi, I’m Mavis Wong, And This Is My Patient Experience

    When Mavis Wong found out that her mother, Angela Lee had to get her gallbladder out at age 61, she was nervous, to say the least. “Surgery is a frightening experience; for the patient and their family,” says Mavis. “When you think about what a surgery entails, it’s a bit nerve-wracking.” However, Mavis says that

  • It Takes Two. Cousins Selflessly Work Together To Help Ensure Senior’s Safety

    It Takes Two. Cousins Selflessly Work Together To Help Ensure Senior’s Safety

    Paige and Devan are excited. The 17-year-olds are getting ready to go to downtown Toronto to see if they can catch a glimpse of their favourite band, One Direction, who will be arriving at the Rogers Centre soon, ahead of the band’s scheduled concert the following night. They are like a lot of teenage girls

  • Hi, I’m Michael Stern, And This Is My Patient Experience

    Hi, I’m Michael Stern, And This Is My Patient Experience

    Facing cancer is an overwhelming experience – one that Michael Stern knows all too well. “I was diagnosed with prostate cancer two years ago,” he says. “They discovered it during a routine examination. My Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) levels were abnormal, which prompted my doctor to order a biopsy and CAT scan. Following these tests, they

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