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Unity Health Toronto's 2019-20 Annual Report

The past year has been a foundational year for Unity Health Toronto. We began it with the launch of our first-ever strategic plan and completed it amid a global pandemic, where we came together to support our community and each other with strength and courage. Read our 2019-20 annual report to learn more about the amazing work our people have done to advance our strategic objectives and create the best care experiences.

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St. Michael's Hospital Annual Reports:

Unity Health Toronto Strategic Plan 2019-2024

Unity Health Toronto’s first strategic plan is the culmination of months of research and engagement. We reviewed emerging local, provincial, national and global trends in health care. We took a deep dive into our own work to examine our service areas and patient mix across our three sites. We looked carefully at the communities we serve and how they are growing and changing. Read the plan.

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St. Michael's Hospital Foundation Annual Report

This year’s Annual Report is about our patients: their courage, their determination and their grace as they strive to overcome their health challenges. And it’s about our donors — whose empathy, generosity and devotion remain unwavering, no matter what the need, no matter what the urgency.

View the 2019-20 St. Michael's Hospital Foundation Report to Donors

View previous annual reports: 2018-19 - 2017-18

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St. Michael’s Hospital Family Health Team report on practising equity-focused health care

Social conditions have a greater impact on health than genetics or access to health services. In 2013 the St. Michael’s Hospital Family Health Team created a committee to address these factors. The goal is to improve the health of patients and our community. Our team has built an approach to social risks to health and social inequities into our clinical programs, education, research, and quality improvement. The story of the unique development of our team is told in this booklet.

View the booklet