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  1. Diabetes Awareness Month – How is Toronto Grace doing its part?

    If you did not already know – November is Diabetes Awareness Month. There are now an estimated 11 million Canadians already living with diabetes or prediabetes and an additional 1.5 million Canadians who are undiagnosed….

  2. Representation on the Health Quality Ontario Wound Advisory Committee

    The Salvation Army Toronto Grace Health Centre would like to recognize and congratulate Joshua Moralejo, Clinical Practice Leader and Ostomy and Wound Specialist for sharing his expertise on the Health Quality Ontario (HQO) Wound Advisory Committee…

  3. Photo of our nursing team.

    Change Day Ontario Pledge

    The Salvation Army Toronto Grace Health Centre’s (TGHC) vision is to provide “exceptional and compassionate care for all” those that we serve, and it is our pledge to carry on this vision. When our leadership…

  4. Respiratory Therapist

    Celebrating Respiratory Therapists Week

    October 22 to October 28, 2017 is Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists Week. Respiratory therapists are celebrating…”Our Profession. Our Passion. Protecting Our Patients one breath at a time.” We celebrate our #RTWeek2017 at Toronto Grace as members of the…

  5. nursing staff viewing wounds

    International Interprofessional Wound Care Course (IIWCC)

    Congratulations to six members of our health care team who have graduated with a certificate in the International Interprofessional Wound Care Course (IIWCC) from the University of Toronto. Physicians: Dr. Ying Seid and Dr. Betty…

  6. We love our OTs

    National Occupational Therapy Month 2017

    October is National Occupational Therapy (OT) Month, a time to recognize the work these health professionals do to help our patients overcome physical, mental and cognitive barriers so they can participate fully in the activities…