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At Sinai Health, 2021 was another eventful year. While we continued to navigate the ever-evolving pandemic, there were many memorable moments and milestones that we celebrated together.

Dr. Gary Newton

“Our achievements in 2021 were possible because of the extraordinary efforts of all of our people to care, create possibilities and offer hope.”

Dr. Gary Newton
President and Chief Executive Officer, Sinai Health

Below is Sinai Health’s 2021 by the numbers.

36,000,000: Bridgepoint Active Healthcare was renamed Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital in recognition of a transformational $36 million gift from Jay and Barbara Hennick, longtime leaders and supporters of Sinai Health.


60,000: Mount Sinai Hospital’s COVID-19 Assessment Centre team helped the community by testing and supported almost 60,000 individuals who came through their doors during 16 months of operations.



14,000: The number of patient visits—in person and virtual—at Hennick Bridgepoint’s Christine Sinclair Ambulatory Care Centre.


9,440: More than 1,200 of our people celebrated milestones this year, from two years all the way up to 50 years. Added together, the total years of service is 9,440.




5,000: The Rogers Hixon Ontario Human Milk Bank reached 5,000 donors overall this year. Since its inception in 2013, the Milk Bank has distributed more than one million ounces of donated human milk to NICUs across Ontario.

218: Patients admitted to Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital from January to May 2021 as part of Ontario’s pandemic response. Hennick Bridgepoint added beds to admit patients who no longer needed acute care, helping to ease capacity issues across the health care system. 

188: Mount Sinai Hospital is currently the only hospital in Canada to implement vCreate in the NICU, a photo and video sharing app that keeps families in the NICU connected. To-date, 188 families with babies in the Mount Sinai NICU have used the app, with more than 1,000 photo and video updates.

66: Sinai Health researchers hold 66 external grants totalling more than $15M in funding for new COVID-19 research projects.




4: Celebrating its four year anniversary, Mount Sinai Hospital’s Renew Sinai Phase 3A redevelopment project transformed and opened the Medical Device Reprocessing Department, the Operating Rooms and Surgical Services Floor, and the west side of the Schwartz/Reisman Emergency Centre.