Our team of 3500 staff, 580 physicians, 780 volunteers, 950 students and 90 Patient and Family Advisors are committed to creating an enviroment where the best experiences happen. As a recognition of our commitment to quality and patient safety, we have received the highest distinction of Exemplary Standing from Accreditation Canada.
With an annual operating budget of over $450 million, we care for a rapidly growing and aging population and have developed an exciting plan for new facilities to serve our communities into the future. A member of the Southlake Community Ontario Health Team, we are working with our partners to deliver integrated care to northern York Region and southern Simcoe County.
West Park is building a new hospital and transforming its 27-acre site into an integrated campus of care, enabling the hospital to evolve its rehabilitative programs to meet Ontario’s future healthcare needs.
We’re the only hospital in Ontario that cares for all ages, from pre-birth to end-of-life. We offer world-leading expertise in many areas, including cardiac and stroke care, cancer care, palliative care and pediatrics.
We are a world-renowned hospital for healthcare research. We focus daily on improving the quality of care for our patients through innovation and evidence-based practices.
As the largest employer in the Greater Hamilton region, we play a vital role in training the next generation of health professionals in collaboration with our academic partners, including McMaster University and Mohawk College.
With a dedicated staff of more than 3,000 physicians, clinicians, researchers, educators and support staff, CAMH offers outstanding clinical care to more than 34,000 patients each year. The organization conducts groundbreaking research, provides expert training to health care professionals and scientists, develops innovative health promotion and prevention strategies, and advocates on public policy issues at all levels of government. And through our Foundation, we're working to raise tens of millions of additional dollars to fund new programs and research and augment services.
HSN offers a variety of programs and services that meet many patient care needs, with leading regional programs in the areas of cardiac care, oncology, nephrology, trauma and rehabilitation.
As one of the region’s largest employers, Kingston Health Sciences Centre is home to nearly 5,000 staff, more than 2,000 health-care learners and 1,000 volunteers who are committed to partnering with patients and families to continually provide high quality, compassionate care. Fully affiliated with Queen’s University, it is ranked as one of Canada’s top research hospitals.
As a teaching hospital, they attract some of the nation’s brightest learners to pursue their health care education, which helps to create the capacity to provide highly specialized services close to home. They train thousands of students every year and are home to hundreds of researchers whose curiosity drives them to make groundbreaking advancements in health care.
In 2019, Toronto General Hospital was named among the world’s Top 10 Hospitals by Newsweek magazine. It was ranked first on Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals list for 2018, and have been consistently ranked at the top since the rankings began by Research Infosource Inc. in 2011.
The purpose of UHN : Transforming lives and communities through excellence in care, discovery and learning.
Its research leads to constant innovation in the services they provide with a focus on providing care that promotes independence. This work is enhanced by its Foundation that shares its story and raises funds with the support of its generous community.
The Ottawa Hospital also plays an active role in promoting and improving health within their community. The Ottawa Hospital collaborates with a wide range of partners to address the needs of the community and to build a strong, integrated system for regional health-care delivery.
Baycrest is home to a robust research and innovation network, including one of the world’s top research institutes in cognitive neuroscience, the Rotman Research Institute; the scientific headquarters of the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging, Canada’s largest national dementia research initiative; and the Baycrest-powered Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation, a solution accelerator focused on driving innovation in the aging and brain health sector. Fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, Baycrest provides excellent care for older adults combined with an extensive clinical training program for the next generation of healthcare professionals. Through these initiatives, Baycrest has remained at the forefront of the fight to defeat dementia as our organization works to create a world where every older adult enjoys a life of purpose, inspiration and fulfilment.
JBH is a Clinical Education site in conjunction with McMaster University, and designated as an Academic Community Teaching Hospital. Its expanded campus, including the state-of-art Michael Lee-Chin & Family Patient Tower, features an Emergency Department, 293 funded inpatient beds, and 9 Operating Rooms.
JBH is also a partner member of the Burlington Ontario Health Team. JBH inspires and empowers a culture of caring and this is demonstrated in many ways including their commitment to the health, safety and well-being of their people.
Women’s College Hospital is a world leader in health for women, health equity and health system solutions – a hospital designed to keep people out of the hospital. WCH is developing ground-breaking innovations that address issues related to population health, patient experience and system costs. It advocates for health equity because they know that a healthy society requires a level playing field where everyone has access to timely, high quality, efficient and compassionate care.
WCH has chosen an ambitious vision, to revolutionize healthcare for a healthier and more equitable world. And it is achieving this bold objective as a unified organization, together with their patients, caregivers, thought leaders and generous donors.
Today, WDMH is a hub site for cancer care, dialysis, and cataract surgery and offers specialty clinics with visiting specialists from Ottawa hospitals. They work with community partners to create a Centre of Excellence for Rural Health and Education. This ‘health hub’ coordinates services for patients in the hospital, residents in long-term care, and clients of community services.
The WDMH team is made up of committed staff, physicians, and volunteers. Together, they want to ensure that every patient experience is the best it can be. Quality improvement is an ongoing priority to continually find new and better ways of doing things.
WDMH is here to care for their patients with compassion – close to home! They continue to pursue excellence and value respect, accountability, innovation, and learning.
Partners in bringing innovative technologies to the world!
OBIO’s® Early Adopter Health Network (EAHN™) is comprised of Ontario health organizations who believe that innovative health technologies are key to improving patient care, provider satisfaction and system efficiency.
EAHN™ members have a track record of successfully evaluating technologies in their organization and proudly act as showcase sites for the effective adoption of innovative, value producing technologies to global audiences.
Interested in joining EAHN™?
Healthcare organizations who partner with EAHN™ should:
- Leverage innovation to deliver the best possible care to patients.
- Practice value-based healthcare.
- Have clinical champions who are excited at the opportunity to evaluate the most transformative technologies in their fields.
If you are interested in joining EAHN™ to evaluate, adopt and showcase innovative, value-producing Canadian health technologies, please submit an expression of interest.