Stories of the life-saving care and research from Sinai Health's emergency department
Studying a pandemic from inside the ED
Dr. Rohit Mohindra explains the value of emergency department research during a global pandemic.
Preparing for baby’s arrival in the emergency department
Labour can rapidly progress and Sinai Health’s care team needs to be ready whenever and wherever baby arrives.
Looking at social isolation and loneliness in seniors
Inspired by a patient, Dr. Lee is studying if trained hospital volunteers can ease loneliness for older persons.
Five tips for older adults needing emergency care
No one wants to think about taking a trip to the emergency department, but Sinai Health experts say it is important to prepare in the event of an urgent medical concern.
Creating a safe haven for older adults in the emergency department
The Geriatric Emergency Medicine team works to fill the shoes of a patient’s loved ones to provide compassionate support.
Pregnancy Care and the Emergency Department
EDs play a crucial role in caring for pregnant people, including helping them navigate early pregnancy loss, or miscarriage.
Looking beyond the broken wrist with Dr. Don Melady
The case of a broken wrist illustrates the stark differences in care required for older adults compared to younger patients.
Pathway to Peers program celebrates its 100th patient
The RBC Pathway to Peers program helps young people navigate the emergency department in an Ontario first.
Emergency physician nabs awards for research on patient care
Sinai Health is celebrating Dr. Keerat Grewal, an emergency physician whose work has landed her five prestigious awards.
How a game could be used to diagnose delirium in older persons
For Dr. Jacques Lee, inaugural SREMI Research Chair in Geriatric Medicine, it’s all about looking past the blue gown.