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  • Scarborough and Rouge Hospital wins national award

    Scarborough and Rouge Hospital wins national award

    November 7, 2017

    Last night, SRH’s program “Partnering for Performance and Growth: Coaching and Mentoring” won a National Award of Excellence from the Institute for Performance and Learning (I4PL), an organization that sets standards for excellence in workplace learning and development Canada-wide, at the Institute’s annual Awards Gala.

  • PFA an important voice in SRH’s Falls Prevention Committee

    PFA an important voice in SRH’s Falls Prevention Committee

    November 3, 2017

    November is Falls Prevention Month. Read how SRH’s corporate Falls Prevention Committee is helping to improve patient safety and care.

  • City approves lease agreement for Bridletowne Community Hub

    City approves lease agreement for Bridletowne Community Hub

    October 24, 2017

    SRH welcomes today’s decision by the City of Toronto’s Executive Committee to move forward with the lease agreement for the Bridletowne Community Hub (BNC). This is an important milestone in the development of this transformative project.

  • SRH launches screening clinic to mark Cervical Cancer Awareness Week

    October 18, 2017

    The Family Medicine Teaching Unit at Scarborough and Rouge Hospital is launching a new Pap test clinic to serve under-screened women in Scarborough.

  • Join SRH’s new Community Advisory Council – deadline extended

    October 12, 2017

    Scarborough and Rouge Hospital (SRH) is growing together in many ways, including the launch of our new Community Advisory Council (CAC). The CAC is the ‘community voice’, serving as a direct connection between our hospital and the community. This volunteer body provides input into the hospital’s community engagement strategy and to our Board of Directors

  • “I look forward to coming to work to what the day has in store for me.”

    “I look forward to coming to work to what the day has in store for me.”

    October 11, 2017

    October 8 to 14 is Emergency Nurses Week and as we recognize the compassionate, high quality care our Emergency nurses deliver each and every day, we also wanted to provide the chance for you to hear directly from them. This year, we asked an Emergency nurse from each of our sites to share why they love working in Emergency nursing and serving our diverse community. Gloria Macdonald, an RN at our Centenary site, shares her story.

  • “No two days are the same in the ED.”

    “No two days are the same in the ED.”

    October 11, 2017

    October 8 to 14 is Emergency Nurses Week and as we recognize the compassionate, high quality care our Emergency nurses deliver each and every day, we also wanted to provide the chance for you to hear directly from them. This year, we asked an Emergency nurse from each of our sites to share why they love working in Emergency nursing and serving our diverse community. Learn why Ravi Mann, an RN at our General site, chose a career in Emergency nursing.

  • “It was the best decision I ever made.”

    “It was the best decision I ever made.”

    October 11, 2017

    October 8 to 14 is Emergency Nurses Week. As we recognize the compassionate, high quality care of our Emergency nurses, we also wanted to provide the chance for you to hear directly from them. Dianne Morris-Gillespie, an RN at our Birchmount site shares her story.

  • Join us for Centenary’s 50th anniversary celebration!

    Join us for Centenary’s 50th anniversary celebration!

    September 22, 2017

    Scarborough and Rouge Hospital is proud to commemorate Centenary’s golden anniversary, and celebrate how our hospital has been changing lives, strengthening the community, and helping it grow. Join us on November 16 for this very special event.

  • Paediatric program marks 20 years of offering innovative surgical service

    Paediatric program marks 20 years of offering innovative surgical service

    September 7, 2017

    Scarborough and Rouge Hospital is proud to be celebrating 20 years of offering the innovative ‘Til I Sleep’ program, which allows parents to accompany their children into the OR until the child has been anaesthetized, or ‘falls asleep’.