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Good Monday morning,
Last week, I was invited to visit parts of Toronto General (TG) and Toronto Western (TW) and the week before to see the remarkable renovations and redevelopment underway at Princess Margaret. My thanks to the numerous staff who shared their perspectives with me and to the people who organized such seamless tours. Here are some of my reflections below.
For those who can't read my handwriting: "Thanks for the fantastic efforts and sharing your expertise with me."
I am keen to learn as much as possible about UHN through the collective wisdom of everyone here and look forward to my upcoming visits to other sites, departments and programs. I'm in your capable hands!
In other news, I know our new government is top of mind. Dr. Rueben Devlin was recently appointed as the Chair and Special Advisor to Ontario's new
Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine. Dr. Devlin is the former CEO of Humber River Hospital and an advocate for super powered digital health – we are ready to get to work with him, our new Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, the Honorable Christine Elliott, and Premier Ford's cabinet.
Next is something I'm glad to be able to do – highlighting
Local Impact Award nominees. Below are some more descriptions of exceptional staff members as submitted by their colleagues.
Thanks for reading,