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The Scarborough Hospital implemented an eight-bed Rapid Assessment Unit (RAU) at the General site and a five-bed RAU at the Birchmount site. These units facilitate access to the right care at the right time for medical patients who require hospital admission for a...Read More
The Medicine and Specialized Geriatric Patient Service Group (PSG) is committed to providing optimal care to the patients it serves. The goal of the Hospitalist Program is to provide a patient/family centred model of quality care, from admission to discharge, using an...Read More
PaedLink is a unique program, not offered at any other community hospital in the greater Toronto area, that diverts low acuity paediatric patients away from the Emergency Department to a clinic on the Paediatric Unit. PaedLink expedites the care of low acuity...Read More
The Geriatric Assessment and Intervention Network (GAIN) Clinic provides support to Seniors living in the community who are physically or cognitively frail, increasing in frailty and/or at risk of using hospital emergency department and inpatient services. The clinic...Read More
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