This week’s guest blogger is Dr. Sergio Borgia, Osler’s Medical Director and Corporate Division Head of the Infectious Diseases and Infection Prevention & Control Program.
Flu season is back again. Year after year, this persistent virus just can’t seem to take the hint to stay away. And while the strain may sometimes be difficult to predict, the timing of its arrival is not.
In this week’s CEO video blog (vlog), I chat with Ken Mayhew, President and CEO, Osler Foundation, about the campaign behind the transformation of Etobicoke General. Watch to find out why Etobicoke Matters, where we are against the $25 million fundraising goal, and how you can join the movement.
By guest blogger Ann Ford, VP Facilities, Redevelopment and IT, Chief Privacy Officer
Yesterday was a huge moment in Etobicoke General’s history. For the first time in almost half a century – 46 years to be exact – we got to pull out the red ribbon and scissors and officially open a new health care facility on the Etobicoke site.
This week’s guest blogger is Dr. Frank Martino, Osler’s Chief of Staff
We are celebrating an important milestone at Osler this year – the 10th anniversary of the Osler Family Medicine Residency Program.
4.5 million! That’s how many tests are run in Osler’s three labs every year. This behind-the-scenes work has front-line impact, providing physicians with the information they need to diagnose and treat patients.
Medical Lab Technologist Maria DeOliveira shares more about the important work that happens in Osler’s labs in this week’s CEO vlog.
This week’s CEO guest bloggers are Dr. Frank Martino, Chief of Staff, and Darryl Yates, Interim Chief Nursing Executive.
Pride. That is what we are both feeling as another Doctors’ Day and Nursing Week comes to a close.
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!