COVID-19 Information for Our People

Last Updated: 2023-03-23

A key principle of our planning and preparedness is ensuring the safety and well-being of our people and our patients.

Accessing our Buildings

As of March 23, 2023, employees, physicians, scientists, learners and volunteers no longer need to tap to attest when entering our buildings. You should continue to monitor for symptoms respiratory viruses, including COVID-19.

If you feel unwell, do not come to work and inform Occupational Health.

Masking Policy

Universal masking for hospital buildings and clinical settings remains a requirement, consistent with the guidance outlined by the Ministry of Health and Public Health.

Mask distribution will continue for all Sinai Health people and patients.

Daily Checklist

When coming to work, please consider the following:

Have a hospital approved medical grade procedure mask to put on before entering any of the buildings.

If you are feeling unwell, please review these instructions.

Ensure you have your ID badge with you.

Have your manager’s contact information handy.

Important Tools and Resources

Stress and Coping Resources for Health Professionals

  • Our employee and family assistance program (EAP) provided by Lifeworks is also available, with resources including confidential counselling. Visit their website here or call 1-877-207-8833.
  • Review People Wellness resources on the Mount Sinai Intranet or Hennick Bridgepoint Portal.