Every day our people at Sinai Health are doing extraordinary things. Captured Caring is a series featuring submissions from our people to provide you with inspiration and encouragement as we care for patients and each other. Have your own story or photo to share? Submit it here.

In this edition of Captured Caring, see our Talent Acquisition team in action during their visit to UofT, the ‘Spring Steppers’ from Hennick Bridgepoint taking on the step challenge, and our commitment to learning highlighted during MAUVE Education Day, and Health and Safety Day.

“Our talent acquisition team, collaborating with Celine Nathoo, Senior Manager of Rehabilitation and Clinical Nutrition, recently held productive discussions with second year students graduating from the University of Toronto. The strong turnout at this event has us excited about the prospect of welcoming these talented students to the Sinai Health team for physiotherapist and occupational therapist roles.”

Submitted by: Delanie Kalogiros, Director, Talent Acquisition at Sinai Health

“The Maximizing Aging Using Volunteer Engagement (MAUVE) program volunteers attended the Gentle Persuasive Approaches to Dementia Care course at Mount Sinai Hospital. This course provided them with a better understanding of responsive behaviours exhibited by patients and taught them various communication strategies for interacting with individuals with dementia. The course enhanced the volunteers’ knowledge, equipping them to apply these skills in the clinical setting.

Led by Mavis and Karen on May 1, 2024, the MAUVE Education Day was attended by volunteers from Mount Sinai’s Emergency Department as well as inpatient units.”

Submitted by: Lahina Sivanantharajah, MAUVE Coordinator, Volunteer Resources at Sinai Health

The ‘Spring Steppers’ from Hennick Bridgepoint are participating in the 2024 step challenge. The group of 34 members are enthusiastically challenging each other, both mentally and physically, while having fun in the process.

Submitted by: Dhondup Nangsetsang, Registered Practical Nurse at Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital


“In the bustling corridors of Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital, an atmosphere of camaraderie and learning filled the air as employees gathered for the highly anticipated Health and Safety Day event. From engaging discussions to exciting games, the staff united to champion workplace health and safety. They delved into critical safety practices, fostering a culture of awareness. Kudos to the quiz and crossword winners who displayed outstanding knowledge! A heartfelt shoutout to the Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) for their tireless dedication behind the scenes – their unwavering commitment to promoting a safe and healthy work environment is truly commendable, and their contributions are deeply appreciated. Together, we continue to pave the way for a safer, healthier workplace at Hennick Bridgepoint.”

Submitted by: Elena Ruiz, Safety Assistant, Occupational Health and Safety at Sinai Health