Medical Director: Dr. Chris Feindel
Nurse Manager: Jeanne Elgie-Watson
Patient Care Coordinator: Dorina Baston
Advanced Practice Nurse Educator: Miranda Hadzic
Cardiovascular Hospitalist (MD) Medical doctors who have special training in caring for patients with cardiovascular problems.
Cardiovascular Surgeons This is the doctor who operates on you.
Cardiovascular Surgery Fellows Senior fellows train by working under the guidance of experienced cardiovascular surgeons.
Charge Nurse This nurse co-ordinates the functioning of the unit, shift by shift.
Nurse Manager Nurse managers are in charge of the unit and may be contacted by patients and their families, about any concerns not addressed by the bedside nurse or medical team.
Nurse Practitioners Nurse practitioners are registered nurses with advanced training. They have a Master's degree and are certified as nurse practitioners. Our nurse practitioners have special training in vascular care. They may:
Nursing Students UHN is a teaching hospital. All nursing students in the unit get close supervision from teachers and staff. Students will introduce themselves to you so that you know who they are.
Patient Care Coordinator (PCC) The PCC helps the manager to coordinate patient care.
Registered Nurses Our staff nurses have special skills in caring for patients with cardiovascular problems.
Occupational Therapists Occupational therapists help you to be more independent. They help you with everyday activities like eating, dressing and bathing.
Pharmacists Pharmacists give you information about the medicine you are taking. They also help to make sure you have the best medicine for you.
Physiotherapists Physiotherapists work with you to improve your strength, balance and coordination.
Registered Dietitians Dietitians help you learn about healthy eating and what to eat for a special heart diet.
Social Workers Social workers help you and your family plan for going home. They can help you find services in the community. They also offer counseling to help you to cope.
Spiritual Care Professionals Spiritual care providers support patients and families of all faiths.
Patient Care Assistants (PCA) Patient care assistants help you with your personal care needs, such as bathing and feeding. They are staff members trained by the hospital.
Ward Clerk Ward clerks provide administrative support and are typically the first person who patients meet when arriving in the unit.
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