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.

A large group of people standing on green grass in a park with a hospital building in the background. They are wearing white t-shirts and looking at the camera.“Bridgepoint’s Ambulatory Care team has raised funds and awareness for the Brain Injury Society of Toronto, which supports individuals living with the effects of brain injury. The team participated in the organization’s “Rock and Roll” event. This has created great team spirit, giving back to our community. The team achieved first place for fundraising with more than $4,200 donated. Congratulations, everyone!”
Submitted by: The Christine Sinclair Ambulatory Care Centre team, Bridgepoint Active Healthcare

A group of people standing in a hall in a hospital. They are wearing masks and looking at the camera.“As part of the Renew Sinai Phase 3A redevelopment project, the Medical Imaging Department’s ultrasound area has been successfully renovated and relocated on October 1. The new space includes eight brand new ultrasound exam rooms, two reporting rooms, storage and scope reprocessing areas, along with patient waiting room and change rooms. Special kudos goes out to the Medical Imaging and Ultrasound team for a seamless transition and opening of this new area. None of this would have been possible without all their hard work and collaboration!”
Submitted by:  Grace Kim, Project Manager, Operational Readiness, Mount Sinai Hospital



A group of people all wearing dark blue scrubs and surgical masks. They are in a hospital and there is hospital equipment behind them.“The Medical Device Reprocessing Department (MDRD) team and the Service Assistants at 700 University Avenue play an integral role in the daily operations of our ambulatory clinics. Your hard work and dedication is appreciated each and every day.”
Submitted by: Amy Proulx, Clinical Director, Women’s and Infants’ Health Ambulatory Program, Mount Sinai Hospital

“Thank you to the Medical Device Reprocessing Department (MDRD) team for the important work that that they do behind the scenes to assure that our patients can be cared for. From suturing in the Emergency Department to scalpels in the Operating Room, we couldn’t do it without you. Happy MDRD Week!”
Submitted by: Kate van den Broek, Senior Clinical Program Director, Urgent and Critical Care, Mount Sinai Hospital