Education at North York General
North York General Hospital is a community academic hospital actively involved in teaching future health professionals. As the majority of hospital care in Canada is provided in community hospitals, North York General is uniquely positioned to teach new and better ways to meet the growing needs of our communities.
Affiliated with the University of Toronto, the hospital's strong teaching role is supported by many academic links. North York General prepares future physicians, nurses, other health care professionals and administrative and operational personnel to work as part of an interprofessional team that provides essential care in the community.
Watch spoken word artist Britta B. as she performs her poem on education at North York General Hospital.
What we do
The Centre for Education at North York General Hospital advances health professional education by supporting and enhancing the student and teacher experience and fostering education scholarship among students, staff and physicians. The centre engages in, and fosters, partnerships within and outside the hospital. We provide leadership in education through collaboration.
Improving health care through scholarly and innovative education
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News & Events
Valerie (Val) Ramsay knew both her passion and patience would eventually pay off. After receiving her Bachelor of Science from Western University, she busied herself gleaning any experience that could help secure a dietetic internship — a necessary step to become a regi...
Registration opens Nov. 21 for Enhancing Clinical Teaching, an interactive three-evening teacher development series for physicians at NYGH.
Medical student Kate Stead says she'll always remember her time at the hospital warmly. “I really found that people were very committed to teaching and learning here. I feel very fortunate to have had this experience.”