On November 18, the Honourable Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health announced the Scarborough Ontario Health Team as one of the new teams in the province to implement a one-team approach to help keep clients, patients and families in our communities healthy and well.
As we continue to address the increased visits to our hospitals during the second wave of COVID-19, our emergency department is preparing for an increased surge this winter. In order to support that we are opening a new Satellite Emergency Department, located at our Centenary hospital.
To respond to the increased visits in our emergency department (ED) and ensure adherence to IPAC standards to accommodate appropriate social distancing,
Cardiac Amyloidosis team (left to right): Dr. Saul Miller, Dr. Natalie Ho, Dr. Kibar Yared, Margo Wells RN, Violeta Pala RN
Not pictured: Dr. Nisha D’mello
A cardiac diagnosis can be scary for anyone, especially if the diagnosis is uncommon or unknown to the patient. Cardiologists at Scarborough Health Network (SHN) are once again pushing the boundaries to ensure that patients have access to lifesaving care by opening a new,
When a person is diagnosed with cancer, one of the first thoughts of treatment is usually chemotherapy and radiation. While many people understand these treatments can come with severe side effects, like nausea and vomiting, hair loss, and a weakened immune system, they may be surprised to learn about other lesser-known,
Diabetes is one of the fastest growing health challenges of the 21st century. In 2018, 4.3 million Ontarians were living with diabetes or pre-diabetes, and by 2028, that number is estimated to grow to 5.3 million.
As home to Ontario’s largest regional nephrology program, which treats the highest volume of kidney patients in the province,
Scarborough has continued to see a high rate of COVID-19 cases and community spread over the course of the past weeks. At Scarborough Health Network (SHN) we are dedicated to taking the necessary measures to ensure the safety of our staff, patients and community.
Changes to the surgical program – Thursday, November 19 to Friday,
Bringing innovation in mental health care to young people across Scarborough.
Scarborough Health Network (SHN) is always invested in the specific needs of our community. Sometimes, that means designing services that bridge a gap, or embracing the newest technology; other times it means seeking insights from our patients, families, and community, or raising financial support for new equipment and capital renovations.