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It's been a little over six months since Toronto Rehab and UHN became one organization. During that time there's been a lot of activity with a focus on building a single corporate infrastructure and organizational culture. Based on the progress we've made to date, I'd say we're well on our way to achieving those objectives.
Last week we submitted the first of four semi-annual reports to the Toronto Central LHIN outlining our achievements to date and the work ahead of us to meet our integration goal of enhancing patient care across the health continuum. This report includes the highlights of our progress and I've given you a few highlights below:
By April of this year, we hope to accomplish most, if not all, of the corporate services integration priorities. We have now turned our attention to the important task of investing integration-related savings into rehabilitation and post-acute care. This spring I will be visiting all of the Toronto Rehab program sites along with Sue Jewell, Senior Clinical VP and Dr. Gaetan Tardif, Physiatrist in Chief, to talk about the areas within Toronto Rehab where we will make these investments. All of you will be able to read more about these and other integration accomplishments – and the people behind them – in UHNews, on the corporate intranet and website.
I want to thank everyone for embracing our integration and for enthusiastically looking for opportunities to collaborate and innovate in our clinical programs, education activities and research enterprise. I am always impressed with your ability to rise to any challenge and the response to integration tells me that the newest members of the UHN family are ready, willing and able to take on this and the challenges ahead.