Our 2019-23 Strategic Plan is dedicated to the many people who shape and support University Health Network.

Thank you to the patients and families we are privileged to serve. You define our purpose at UHN and we are honoured to partner with you to deliver A Healthier World.

Thank you to our staff, physicians, researchers, learners and volunteers — TeamUHN ​— for sharing your insights and ideas so we may work towards A Healthier World. Thank you to The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation, Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation, and Toronto Rehab Foundation for enabling UHN to deliver world-class care, research and education every day.

Thank you to the University of Toronto, our partner in the creation of new knowledge that improves health and well-being for all. Our deepest appreciation to our community-based partners and peers across the Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network, and the academic hospitals of Ontario for working with us to deliver on the promises of care, research and education. Finally, a special thank you to the Government of Ontario's Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade for their remarkable investment on behalf of the citizens of Ontario. We pledge to ensure your investments are wisely made.

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150+ patients and families helped us create our Strategic Plan.

The needs of patients come first. That’s our Primary Value at UHN, meaning it’s the shared belief that guides everything we do — so we worked closely with our Patient Partners to ensure that UHN’s Strategic Priorities reflect the needs of those we serve and the people who support them.

1,000+ members of TeamUHN told us what they need to ensure the needs of patients come first.

The people who work to deliver transformative care, research and education at UHN are front and centre in our strategic plan. We worked closely with our staff, physicians, researchers, learners and volunteers to figure out where our focus needs to be for the next five years.

10+ partner organizations shared their insights to ensure we’re maximizing our efforts at a system level.

If UHN is to achieve its vision of A Healthier World, it is our duty to work closely with the healthcare organizations and professionals who provide care to people before they arrive at UHN and after they arrive. We also hold ourselves accountable to our funders — including Canadian taxpayers — as they have a large stake in UHN’s ability to transform lives and communities.

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