During National Volunteer Week, please say ‘thank you’ to our volunteers
This week’s guest blogger is Brenda Bushey, Director, Board & Volunteer Relations
If you work at Osler or have ever visited one of Osler’s hospitals as a patient, family member, or visitor, then you have likely have already met or worked with one or more of Osler’s 1,200 amazing volunteers. We simply couldn’t deliver the patient-inspired care we do, every day, without them!
This week’s CEO guest blogger is Osler Hospital Donation Physician, Dr. Alexandra McMillan.
This flag flies for every organ donor at Brampton Civic.
In this week’s CEO vlog, I take a road-trip to Sahiba Fashions in Brampton to get fitted out for the upcoming Holi Gala on April 7 and learn a little more about this fabulous Osler fundraiser and South Asian festival celebrating the arrival of Spring.
This week’s CEO guest bloggers are Dr. Naveed Mohammad, Executive Vice President (EVP) Quality, Medical and Academic Affairs, and Florine Lobo, Chief Financial Officer and Vice-President of Organizational Performance
On February 15, we boarded two planes heading to two different countries with one shared purpose – to put into action Osler’s Vision of patient-inspired health care without boundaries.
Helen Danakas has been supporting people with addictions through her work at Osler’s Withdrawal Management Centre for more than two decades.
In this week’s video blog, I stop by the Centre to chat with her about the life-changing care that happens there every day and what inspires her and the team to keep going.
This week’s guest blogger is Dr. Frank Martino, William Osler Health System’s Chief of Staff.
Did you know that Osler serves a population with one of the highest incidence of cardiac arrest in the province?
The reality is that 14 per cent of all cardiac arrests in Ontario happen in the Central West LHIN, with the majority of patients coming to our hospitals for care.
See what happens when I ask a couple of friends to help me say thank you to some of our amazing staff and acknowledge the entire organization’s ongoing hard work during winter surge. Oh, and there’s cupcakes and balloons, too!