September 25, 2018

SE Health Marks 110 Years

This Canadian social enterprise is no stranger to change. Marking its 110th year this September, Saint Elizabeth – now known as SE Health – has been a driving force of health innovation and care since 1908. What started out as four visiting nurses in downtown Toronto has evolved into a mobile team of 9,000 health professionals bringing a full range of services to people and families in homes and neighbourhoods across Canada. CEO Shirlee Sharkey highlights the role of its culture and people: "They say in life, you get what you give. At SE Health and Elizz, we're about spreading hope and happiness and that's something that never gets old." Read more here.


Thursday, September 27, 2018  - Toronto, ON Breakfast with the Chiefs

The Un-Closable Hospital

Dr. Brett Belchetz - CEO & Co-founder at Maple

Breakfast with the Chiefs image – Thank you to 2017–2018 speakers and sponsors

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