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One thousand opportunities.
One million dollars to change
the face of health care for women.
The Ontario government directs 46% of spending to care for more patients, many of them chronically ill, within a system designed for acute illnesses and reactive treatment. Women’s College Hospital has a solution: we are changing the very definition of hospital and creating a health-care system that delivers services better, faster safer and more cost-effectively than ever before.
As a result of the many individuals, corporations and foundations that have invested in The Campaign for Women’s College Hospital, we are now well on our way to achieving our $70 million goal. More than 50% of our goal has been committed — an incredible achievement that we celebrate with our entire community.
Women’s College Hospital and the University of Toronto have developed a better way to help patients with chronic conditions take control of their symptoms, while also teaching the health-care professionals of tomorrow the practice of ambulatory care. In the Centre for Ambulatory Care Education (CACE) Complex Care Clinic, patients receive one-stop, coordinated care from a team of specialists and residents.
Founded more than 100 years ago by a group of women and led by the first Canadian female doctor licensed to practise in Canada, Women’s College Hospital continues to break ground, providing a unique array of programs at the intersection of women’s health, social justice and community medicine.
Research at Women’s College Hospital has impact around the world. Our scientists’ uniquely international perspectives inform research and community-based work that’s solving health problems in our local community and beyond. Together, we’re building a better world for all women and girls.
We identify the problems that strain and undermine Ontario’s health system to inform targeted solutions for better managing illness and preventing health crises. By improving health-care access and delivery for Ontarians, we’re building models of care that can support health and well-being for all Canadians. It’s about delivering care that works, the first time.