Quality and Accountability
Sinai Health is committed to strengthening our health-care system by delivering quality and demonstrating accountability and transparency. Through evidence-based decision-making, we relentlessly advance the quality of care within our organization, and across the health-care system.
All information available in this section is provided in accordance with Excellent Care for All Act, 2010, Broader Public Sector Accountability Act, 2010 (BPSAA), The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, 1996, and the Local Health System Integration Act, 2006.
Energy Performance Reporting
In compliance with Regulation 397/11 made under the Green Energy Act, 2009, Sinai Health is required to make public its annual energy consumption and resulting greenhouse gas production, effective July 1, 2013.
Mount Sinai Hospital
- Mount Sinai Hospital – Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (2019)
- 60 Murray St – Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (2019)
- 25 Orde St – Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (2019)
- Energy and Greenhouse Gas Reporting (2015)
- Mount Sinai Hospital – Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (2015)
- Mount Sinai Murray St – Orde St Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plan (2015)
Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital
Sinai Health publicly posts the expenses of board members, the President and Chief Executive Officer and members of the executive leadership team that report directly to the President and Chief Executive Officer.
Our expenses are updated and posted twice a year, 60 days after the end of each reporting period.
Sinai Health Expense Reporting
Sinai Health Audited Financial Statements
- Audited Financial Statements March 31, 2022 (PDF)
- Audited Financial Statements March 31, 2021 (PDF)
- Audited Financial Statements March 31, 2020 (PDF)
- Audited Financial Statements March 31, 2019 (PDF)
- Audited Financial Statements March 31, 2018 (PDF)
- Audited Financial Statements March 31, 2017 (PDF)
- Audited Financial Statements March 31, 2016 (PDF)
- Audited Financial Statements March 31, 2015 (PDF)
Circle of Care Financial Information
The following charts show the distribution of revenue and expenses for the Sinai Health for 2021/22.
Sinai Health is transparent in our performance and accountable to the patients we care for, as well as the public. This means measuring our performance against provincial and national benchmarks and making sound decisions about our operations, services and resources to ensure we provide an exceptional standard of care.
Sinai Health performance data is made available through Health Quality Ontario. This site provides information about individual Ontario hospitals so that patients and their families can be active partners in their care. Health Quality Ontario currently reports on 10 hospital care quality indicators for the province. These indicators cover hospital-associated infections, surgical site infection prevention, hand hygiene compliance among hospital health care workers (before patient contact and after patient contact) and Surgical Safety Checklist compliance.
Quality Improvement Plan
Excellent care begins with quality, safety and accountability. The Sinai Health Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) helps us drive performance and enhance patient care through focused targets and actions related to four dimensions of quality:
- Person Centred
Aligned with system and provincial priorities, the QIP has Board oversight and is reviewed regularly by staff across all levels of the organization. Its development included input from many stakeholders, including patients and their families. As a result, everyone across Sinai Health is continually working together to find new and better ways of doing things to enhance care, increase satisfaction and achieve better clinical outcomes for our patients.
The Sinai Health System 2023-2024 QIP (PDF) articulates the priorities for the organization and is complemented by a detailed work plan (PDF).
Ontario’s Public Sector Salary Disclosure, 2022
Sinai Health adheres to Ontario’s Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, which requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to disclose annually the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in a calendar year. View 2022 salary disclosures.