At Scarborough and Rouge Hospital (SRH), the patient experience comes first. With three hospital sites (Birchmount, General, and Centenary) and five satellite sites, SRH provides a broad spectrum of health services to one of the most diverse communities in Canada.
Created through a merger of The Scarborough Hospital’s Birchmount and General sites and Rouge Valley Health System’s Centenary site in December 2016, SRH is committed to delivering the highest quality patient- and family-centred care, with a focus on enhancing access to services for the Scarborough community.
In doing so, SRH works in consultation and partnership with community members, the hospital Foundation, other hospitals, health care organizations, the Central East Local Health Integration Network and the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and its affiliate, the University of Toronto.
Patient services include a full-service Emergency department at each site, advanced maternal and neonatal care in state-of-the-art birthing centres, and specialized paediatric care. In addition, SRH is home to a number of regional programs serving the central east Greater Toronto Area and beyond, including nephrology, cardiac care, vascular surgery, and vision care, and is recognized as a centre of excellence in orthopaedic surgery, cancer care, and mental health.
In addition, SRH is well-positioned to continue the important work of helping newcomers navigate Ontario’s health care system and providing care to a diverse population, thanks to a dedicated team, which is reflective of the Scarborough community.
In March 2017, changes to the organizational structure for Scarborough and Rouge Hospital (SRH) were announced. This is a necessary step to propel the hospital forward as one organization, and position our hospital to succeed at providing a quality patient experience, enhancing access to services, and delivering patient-centred care to Scarborough.
The following charts reflect the new organizational structures: