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  • The Energy of the City. The Rewards of a Great Career.

    Join a leader in patient care, research and education. Each one a leader. Together, something far greater than the sum of our parts.

    The Energy of the City. The Rewards of a Great Career. That’s what you can expect from the University Health Network (UHN). With 14,000 employees, 1,400 physicians, nearly 1,800 volunteers and 3,400 students, we represent the coming together of shared values and diverse expertise in patient care, research and education. Each of our facilities – Toronto General Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – is a leader in its own right and makes a unique contribution to the whole. Together, we create something far greater than the sum of our parts.

    UHN is a recognized leader in patient care, research and education. Affiliated with the University of Toronto, our teaching hospitals have earned an international reputation for pushing the boundaries of research, pioneering diagnostics and treatments, and using state-of-the-art technology.

    Princess Margaret Hospital is a world leader in cancer care, education and research. Toronto Western Hospital provides world-class care in neuroscience, musculoskeletal health and arthritis, and community and population health. Toronto General Hospital is leading the way in cardiac care, organ transplants, and the treatment of complex patient needs. And Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is revolutionizing rehabilitation by developing solutions for people living with the consequences of illness, injury and aging.

    All four hospitals have locations in downtown Toronto, the most culturally diverse city in Canada, offering access to all the excitement and amenities of a major urban centre together with a true community atmosphere.

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      University Health Network (UHN) is a major landmark in Canada’s healthcare system and a teaching hospital of the University of Toronto. Putting into practice our values of Caring, Excellence, Teamwork, Innovation, Integrity, Leadership and Respect, we have been providing care to the community for more than 200 years.


      OUR VISION: Achieving global impact

      OUR MISSION: Exemplary patient care, research and education

      OUR PURPOSE: We are a caring, creative and accountable academic hospital, transforming health care for our patients, our community and the world.

      Building on the individual strengths and reputation of our four hospitals,  ...

  • Company Culture

      Committed to making UHN a preferred place to work and learn, we focus on creating and maintaining a workplace of choice, where our people are recognized and valued. Nothing is more important to the health of UHN than our team: employees, medical staff, students and volunteers. At UHN, our focus is on creating a workplace where people enjoy the challenge of their career, create and engage in best practices, and are treated with respect.

      In order to meet these objectives, we offer exceptional benefits and programs to support our employees, including the following added-value benefits: ...

  • Learning & Development

      Academic education is an integral component of the UHN Strategic Directions 2016 document. UHN’s education programs are inspired by our past, guided by the present, and challenged by the future. The mission of educating future healthcare professionals is at the forefront of what we do and this happens in every unit, outpatient clinic and laboratory where students are practicing the art and science of their profession.

      As an international leader in education, UHN is committed to providing superb education and training to Canadian and international health professionals. We train over 3,000 students per year across all of the health professions, including medicine, nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, social work, pharmacy, nutritional sciences, spiritual care, psychology, medical technology, medical engineering, medical radiation sciences, anesthesia assisting, and respiratory therapy. We will continue to build on this need as we train more students in every healthcare ...

  • Work/Life Balance

      At UHN, we believe in helping our employees promote and maintain good health. That’s why we offer a comprehensive benefits plan that includes:

      • On-Site Wellness Centre
      • On-Site Seated Massage
      • Health and Safety Services and Education
      • An Employee Assistance Program

      And to help our employees balance work and home life demands, and to further their personal development, we also offer:

      • Personal Family Days
      • Scholarship Awards for Employees’ and their Children
      • Tuition Assistance and Interest-Free Loans
      • On-Site Education ...

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    Toronto General Hospital

    200 Elizabeth St.

    Toronto Ontario

    M5G 2C4

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    University Health Network (UHN) is Canada's healthcare leader, and one of the best research hospitals in the world.UHN is dedicated to attracting and retaining the best health care professionals in the country, and from around the world. UHN is the Princess Margaret, Toronto Western, and Toronto General Hospitals.
    University Health Network (UHN) is Canada's healthcare leader, and one of the best research hospitals in the world.UHN boasts 536 principal investigators, 843 trainees, and 1,330 technical and support staff. The UHN team is a world leader in 'bench to bedside' research and innovation that focuses on improving patient care.UHN is the Princess Margaret, Toronto Western, and Toronto General Hospitals.