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(l-r): Charmaine Williams, Brampton City Councillor; Kiki Ferrari, Chief Operating Officer, William Osler Health System; Pat Fortini, Deputy Mayor, City of Brampton; Amarjot Sandhu, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Infrastructure and MPP Brampton West; Hon. Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario; Hon. Prabmeet Sarkaria, President of the Treasury Board and MPP Brampton South; Hon. Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health; Martin Medeiros, Deputy Mayor, City of Brampton; Ann Ford, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Services; Ken Mayhew, President and CEO, William Osler Health System Foundation; Bob Peacock, Chair, William Osler Health System Foundation Board of Directors; Geoffrey Ritchie, Chair, William Osler Health System Board of Directors; Dr. Frank Martino, Interim President and CEO, William Osler Health System

Premier Ford announces investments in Peel Memorial and expanded cancer care services in Brampton

Posted on Sunday, April 03, 2022 01:18 PM

Hon. Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario; Hon. Prabmeet Sarkaria, President of the Treasury Board and MPP Brampton South; Deputy Premier and Minister of Health, Hon. Christine Elliott; and Amarjot Sandhu, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Infrastructure and MPP Brampton West; joined (left to right) by Charmaine Williams, Brampton City Councillor; Kiki Ferrari, Chief Operating Officer, William Osler Health System; Pat Fortini, Deputy Mayor, City of Brampton; Martin Medeiros, Deputy Mayor, City...

Osler clinician (left) assists patient (right) with chemotherapy treatment

Osler thanks Brampton City Council for significant support of hospital infrastructure

Posted on Thursday, March 31, 2022 04:07 PM

William Osler Health System (Osler) is deeply grateful to Brampton City Council for passing yesterday’s motion in favour of increasing the City of Brampton’s financial contribution to Osler redevelopment projects in Brampton – for a total of $125M. This includes the $62.5M commitment made by Council in late 2021.

Pending ratification next week, this unprecedented support from Brampton City Council represents another exciting milestone in the transformation of Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health...

Joshua, a Registered Nurse in the Hemodialysis Clinic at Brampton Civic Hospital

Joshua builds connections with his hemodialysis patients

Posted on Wednesday, March 30, 2022 02:10 PM

For the last two years, Joshua has worked at Brampton Civic Hospital as a Registered Nurse (RN) in the Hemodialysis Clinic. There, he and his team provide ongoing monitoring, treatment and support for kidney care patients across Peel Region.

Joshua joined Osler as a new graduate at an interesting time – the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic – in April 2020. “Starting a new job is always challenging, but it was particularly difficult at that time. I was trying to get a feel for my new environment...

(l-r) Dr. Lillia Fung, Obstetrical Anesthesia Site Lead, Brampton Civic Hospital; Dr. Jobin Varughese, Site Director, Family Medicine, Residency Program and Andreea Popescu, Organizational Performance Consultant

Osler ‘rising stars’ receive Intrepid Leader award from the Brampton Board of Trade

Posted on Thursday, March 24, 2022 11:45 AM

William Osler Health System (Osler) is pleased to share that two physicians and a staff member are among this year’s recipients of Brampton Board of Trade’s prestigious Intrepid Leader award. The award is presented to individuals in the Brampton community who have been recognized by their colleagues and the Brampton Board of Trade as bold, brave and courageous leaders in their field.

On March 23, Osler’s Dr. Lillia Fung, Andreea Popescu and Dr. Jobin Varughese were recognized at a Brampton Board...

We stand together to support respect and safety for Ontario’s workers who provide care

Posted on Thursday, March 24, 2022 10:00 AM

Statement from Health Service Providers in Ontario’s Central Region:

We, as leaders in Ontario’s health care system, recognize every person has been impacted by the pandemic. We thank them for the sacrifices made over the past two years to protect our health care system and its lifeline, health care workers.

The pandemic, however, is not over for Ontario’s workers who provide care.

We appreciate the public’s support over the last two years and we are trying to hold strong. We still need that support....