Scarborough Health Network (SHN) is Transforming Care, and wants you to be part of this exciting journey.
Attend one of our Community Forum sessions to learn more about our health network’s clinical services planning process, and have the opportunity to share your ideas, experiences and questions, to help us envision the future of hospital services at SHN.
While most people spent their summer vacations soaking up the sun, Dr. Susan John was busy treating patients in Ndalani, Kenya.
Dr. John, an internist at Scarborough Health Network’s (SHN) General hospital, volunteered her skills at the Mully Children’s Family (MCF) Medical Camp, a Christian-based rescue home for orphaned, neglected, and abused children.
Scarborough Health Network (SHN) is pleased to announce that following a national search for our new Executive Vice President, Clinical Programs, SHN will be appointing Rebecca Harvey to this role, effective Monday, November 18, 2019.
Rebecca is a dynamic and effective senior management leader with more than 20 years executive experience in health care.
A new colon cancer screening clinic at SHN is helping people in our community get the care they need, as conveniently as possible.
Using Fecal Immunochemical Testing (FIT) to screen people who have an average risk of developing colorectal cancer, the FIT Positive Screening Clinic will reduce wait times for FIT testing and colonoscopies for patients who need them.
A big “congratulations” goes out to team Scarborough Health Network (SHN) who were crowned champions of the second annual Invitational Soccer Tournament hosted by the Region of Durham Paramedic Services. Staff came together to face off against fellow health care practitioners and emergency services personnel in the annual soccer tournament with proceeds being donated to the Wounded Warriors,
With great sensitivity for the families of deceased patients top of mind, staff from the patient transporting team brought SHN’s values of compassion and innovation to life with significant contributions to the redesign of a morgue stretcher cover.
When the new morgue stretchers arrived in July this year, the Birchmount and General Transport teams were pleasantly surprised because they looked more like regular stretchers,