Scarborough Health Network (SHN) is closely monitoring the outbreak of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in Hubei Province (Wuhan), China that began in December 2019. Symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath.
The risk to people in Ontario is considered low, but precautionary measures are in place across our health network to ensure the safety of our patients,
A new program at Scarborough Health Network (SHN) is encouraging patients to take an active lead in their care. For nephrology patient Joseph Munroe, that means a newfound sense of pride in taking a first-hand role in managing his kidney disease.
SHN’s Scarborough Regional Nephrology Program introduced the new Shared Care approach, adopted from the Shared Hemodialysis Care initiative in the United Kingdom,
The Ukrainian flight PS752 crash on January 8 caused 57 Canadians to lose their lives, leaving behind devastated family and friends. A casualty of this magnitude can have a severe impact on the mental health of those who knew the victims.
To support and honour the victims and their families and friends, Scarborough Health Network invites families and friends of victims to a free group therapy workshop.
T’was the season of beaming faces on the paediatric and NICU units at our Centenary and General hospitals. Scarborough Health Network (SHN) was thankful to receive donations for children who were admitted during the holiday season and thanks to these donors, the children were in high spirits during their stay.
On Christmas morning Scarborough firefighters and Santa arrived on their firetruck to distribute toys to the children.
Scarborough Health Network (SHN) celebrated our first anniversary since we officially adopted our new name and identity. We’ve accomplished so much over the last year, which we are celebrating with SHN 365: The Anniversary Report. Take a look back at how we shaped health care in Scarborough during our first year together! Check out SHN 365
Celebrating their early arrival into the world, and the care they received in their first weeks and months, “preemies” and their families gathered at Scarborough Health Network (SHN) for a special event to celebrate World Prematurity Day. Families were treated to refreshments, games and activities, as well as prizes and giveaways.
Premature newborns – or preemies – and their families receive specialized care from SHN’s expert team in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs),