Survey Says… Patient Satisfaction
New approach taken to completing surveys sees Providence’s volunteers chatting with patients at the bedside.
Contributing to a National Arthritis Framework
Occupational Therapy Professional Practice Leader Rachel stresses the importance of increasing awareness and implementing strategies for people with this chronic condition.
One of a Kind
Meet Viani – Ontario’s first Registered Practical Nurse educator.
One Tough Mudder
A Social Worker in Palliative Care at Providence, Tracy took on a gruelling 16 kilometre obstacle course designed by British Special Forces.
Providence’s Nursing Practice Consultants
These ‘jacks of all trades’ influence change, evaluate the processes and strengthen the voice of nursing.
Seeing Life in a Different Way
Houses of Providence resident Stella celebrates a monumental birthday and lets us in on her secret for staying young.
The Houses of Providence wanted a garden that would bring health to our residents, harmonize their lives and help return balance in nature. So they built themselves a zen garden.
Preserving a Patient’s Journey
Pathmanathan (Rajah) has been drawing all his life. The retired teacher uses his skills to capture his entire journey from acute care to Providence through to his outpatient experience in a hand-drawn ‘scrapbook’.
A Patient’s Love Story
“It seemed like only yesterday,” Bill says, remembering back to when he first met his wife, Joanne. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Bill’s on the road to recovery and heading home.
This year, Providence celebrates 50 years in Toronto’s east end. In Looking Back…, we profile stories about the people of Providence and their contribution to our history, starting with Basil Majowski. Read Basil’s Story>>
Sister Victorine Kennedy entered the Sisters of St. Joseph in 1932 and ministered at the House of Providence, Providence Villa and Hospital, and Providence Centre for 52 years. Read Sister Victorine’s Story>>