William Osler Health Centre
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William Osler Health System is one of the largest hospital corporations in the Canadian province of Ontario. It serves a geographic area of over 2,400 square kilometres including Brampton and Etobicoke. It provides programs and services to over 900,000 residents of those and surrounding communities. With a health care team of more than 900 physicians, 4,300 staff and 1,000 volunteers, it provides services through two hospital facilities while striving to provide a single standard of care. It has an annual operating budget of nearly $500 million CAD. The hospital is named for Dr. William Osler, a Canadian physician and one of the most influential figures in the history of modern medicine.
- Brampton Civic Hospital – a 608-bed facility in northeast Brampton which opened 2007.
- Peel Memorial Centre – Closed for redevelopment
- Etobicoke General Hospital – a 262-bed facility, opened in 1972, located in the west of Toronto
Ken White, former Trillium CEO, was appointed "Supervisor", which encompasses the role of both President & CEO as well as Chairman of the Board, by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in 2007 "…to restore public confidence in the health centre". His term ended in April 2010 when Matthew Anderson became CEO.
Renamed William Osler Health Systems
- "Ken White Appointed Supervisor of WOHC". The Brampton News. 2008-01-01. Retrieved 2009-05-23.
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