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Planning underway for 15-storey tower at Toronto Western Hospital
Architects selected by UHN to design new state-of-the-art patient tower submit development application to the City of Toronto.
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UHN practices Code Grey – Information Systems in 'a risk-free environment'
Make-believe scenario part of an executive tabletop exercise to identify potential emergency responses and share learnings.
boardroom table
Indigenous patient navigators arrive at UHN Emergency Department
Pair join Indigenous Health Program in initiative addressing culturally systemic oppression, racism and bias of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.
Chantell and Victoria
More than 85 resources for the Spinal Cord Injury Rehab Program now on
Toronto Rehab's SCI Rehab Program launches website offering health information to patients, family members and health care providers.
Michel and Sandra
Stopping breast cancer in its tracks
Dr. Rama Khokha of Princess Margaret Cancer Centre to lead project to advance cancer prevention research with funding from Breast Cancer Canada.
Rama Khokha
UHN partners with Providence Therapeutics to develop new mRNA medicines
New partnership aims to create mRNA therapeutics development hub in Ontario, directly benefitting Canadian patients.
Brad Sorenson and Brad Wouters
Scientists receive funding to advance precision medicine in multiple myeloma
The funding will help researchers at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre identify multiple myeloma subtypes in order to deliver better care to patients at higher risk.
Jocelyn Kervin
Five UHN scientists receive $2 million inaugural Di Poce Research Scholars Awards
Awards recognize women pioneering world-leading transplantation research.
winners of the Di Poce Research Scholars Awards
Honour Roll: May 2023
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Honour Roll
Predicting hand recovery
UHN researchers find connection between brain and arm muscles predicts recovery after a spinal cord injury.
Gustavo Balbinot and José Zariffa
UHN team helping build health care capacity in Rwanda
Members of interventional radiology team at Toronto General Hospital went to the African country to provide education and patient care, and inspire collaboration.
Rwanda techs
Glaucoma patient continues to see the world after successful eye surgery
Joyce Perrin finishes first book after successful cataract and microinvasive glaucoma surgery under the care of physicians at UHN's Donald K. Johnson Eye Institute.
Joyce Perrin
At the heart of saving lives
UHN's Peter Munk Cardiac Centre has helped transform survival rates for people with failing hearts. Here's a look at how it has developed over the years.
Sravan Vemuri
Toronto's Virtual Emergency Department breaks down barriers to care
Woman in her late 80s one of more than 3,000 Ontarians who were able to avoid an unnecessary visit to in-person ED through system that includes UHN.
Sue and Betty
Celebrating Canada's 1000th kidney transplant thanks to the Kidney Paired Donation program
UHN's Ajmera Transplant Centre a key driver of life saving national living kidney donor registry.
Brendan and Joanne
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