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For over a year, I have been on an intensive process of asking, listening, and learning all about UHN. My listening process has been immersive and has enabled me to collate and synthesize and to better understand our shared aspirations in the key components of our mission: patient care, research, and education. I would like build upon the observations that I shared at the Annual General Meeting in June through a series of conversations about UHN's future, the first of which will be our Townhall Meeting this week. On Thursday, our focus will be on optimizing the way that we work together through changes in our organizational design.
The presentation will be in the MaRS auditorium at 2:30 pm on Thursday, September 17th. We will also make this presentation available as a simultaneous webcast at Toronto Western Hospital Auditorium – 2W401, Princess Margaret Auditorium – 6-604, Toronto Rehab – University Centre Auditorium 2-014, Bickle Centre Auditorium and Lyndhurst Centre Lecture Theatre – A & B. For those unable to attend or watch, please note that the presentation will be posted on line as soon as possible and an All Users message will go out with links.
I look forward to connecting with all of you as we work together as a UHN Community to build an extraordinary future. That future will be anchored in our shared commitment to serve Ontarians and in our societal contributions as we advance education, science, research, technology and innovation.