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Dr. Kevin Smith, UHN’s President & CEO, communicates regularly with the UHN community. See his weekly reflections sent to all staff beginning May 22, 2018 below. (Note: Updates prior to that date are from our previous Interim President & CEO, Dr. Charlie Chan.)

For more on what's happening at UHN, watch our 2018 Annual General Meeting presentation​.

  
  
  
  
8/13/2018Managing heavy rain and flash flooding at UHN
  
7/30/2018What we’re hearing from the UHN community so far
  
7/23/2018Reflecting on the tragedy on the Danforth, the role of our Foundations and my encounter outside one of our Emergency Departments
  
7/19/2018Requesting your input to help shape UHN’s future and a note about our Open Forum
  
7/16/2018Learning about research at UHN and being on standby for Toronto
  
7/9/2018Learning about our sites, Open Forum and beyond
  
7/3/2018On a short track to determining the right Health Information System for UHN’s future, valuing our place of work and more
  
6/25/2018Announcing the Krembil Brain Institute; our gratitude and best wishes to Deputy Minister Dr. Bob Bell; Administrator-on-Site; diversity and inclusion
  
6/18/2018Michener’s convocation ceremony, learning about our Foundations and more
  
6/11/2018The impact of the election, UHN’s AGM (happening tomorrow!) and beyond
  
6/8/2018UHN’s Executive Leadership Forum
  
6/4/2018Initial impressions and UHN’s AGM
  
5/28/2018My weekly update: Reflecting on staff and safety
  
5/22/2018First Message from UHN’s new President & CEO, Kevin Smith
  
5/14/2018Charlie Chan’s final weekly message as Interim President & CEO
  
5/7/2018Town Hall, Code Silver and UHN’s Score Card
  
4/30/2018Code Orange, Foundational Elements update and observances including National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week   
  
4/24/2018A Statement about Toronto's tragic event
  
4/23/2018Long-term care funding, board retreat, and staff recognition
  
4/16/2018Jersey Day, March for Science, and National Volunteer Week
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