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.

“Our recent Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) hiring event, hosted by the Talent Acquisition team in partnership with Patient Care Managers at Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital, was a huge success! It was inspiring to see the eagerness of attendees to work at the hospital. We’re grateful for all the fantastic conversations and insightful questions raised during the event. The number of candidates proceeding to the reference stage was impressive, and we’re excited to see what the future holds for our recruitment efforts.”

Submitted by: Delanie Kalogiros, Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition at Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital

“March is Nutrition Month! Our Dietitian colleagues, Tara and Bonnie, highlight the role Dietitians play in caring for ambulatory cancer and surgery patients. Visit their information booth outside the Cancer Care Clinic on the 6th floor at Mount Sinai Hospital for nutrition Q&A, recipes, resources, and more. Available on rotating days, both staff and patients are encouraged to drop by and benefit from their invaluable support within the Ambulatory Cancer and Surgery program!”

Submitted by: Christina Fabbruzz-Cota, Patient Care Manager, Cancer Care Clinic at Mount Sinai Hospital

Join our incredible Second Cup team at Mount Sinai Hospital as they celebrate March Madness this week! Stop by and ask them about the numbers on the back of their Second Cup jerseys—they represent their start years, like ’89 and ’23! A big thank you to the Second Cup staff for their exceptional customer care and comfort to the patients and staff members.

Submitted by: Alice Taylor, Marketing Advisor at Sinai Health

“Our Spiritual Care Provider working with the palliative team at Mount Sinai Hospital, Jocelyn Wong, identified an issue faced by patients in the hospital setting is the environment that lacks comfort. We reached out to Mitzvah Knitters at Beth Tikvah Synagogue. They generously knitted and donated individual blankets for palliative care patients at Mount Sinai and Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital.”

Submitted by: Iryna Soluk-Figol, Manager, Spiritual Care at Sinai Health