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Scarborough Hospital, The / TSH
TSH Emergency Department employees

Recognized as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2016)

Here are some of the reasons why Scarborough Hospital, The / TSH was selected as one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2016):

  • The Scarborough Hospital maintains an Organizational Development and Diversity department, which focuses on three areas: identifying barriers patients face in accessing the hospital and its services; creating an equitable and inclusive work environment for staff; and building community connections and partnerships to ensure patients and families have access to required resources outside the hospital
  • The Scarborough Hospital supports the recruitment of new Canadian job-seekers and hosted a one day conference to encourage internationally educated professionals (IEP) to explore career options in healthcare -- also hires IEPs as volunteers, to provide Canadian work experience, and created Career Compass, a resource to help IEPs and staff learn about a variety of clinical and non-clinical opportunities in health care
  • The Scarborough Hospital established a Global Community Resource Centre, a source of current health and community information in variety of languages and formats -- the Centre is staffed by volunteers and representatives from 14 Scarborough community agencies, and visitors can attend workshops twice a month on subjects like patients' rights, elder abuse, finding appropriate housing and employment
"Achieving our vision starts with building a strong, enlightened and diverse workforce and with working in partnership with our stakeholders, rather than making assumptions about what their needs might be." Carol S., Organization Development Specialist


Industry Hospitals
Full-time employees in Canada 1,757
Workforce representation female employees (83.9 %), female managers (75.9 %)
Diversity programs for disabilities, women, visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, LGBT
Formal commitment Director of Organizational Development and Diversity, organizational development and diversity department, accessibility plan, accessibility advisory committee
Unique diversity initiatives workshops led by representatives from Canadian National Institute For The Blind and Canadian Hearing Society to help employees understand challenges of individuals who are visually or hearing impaired, language interpretation services for clients in over 200 languages
Diversity community partnerships Diversity Midwives, TRIEC, TransCare Community Support Services, Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care, HealthforceOntario (recruit new Canadians)

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