Virtual Coffee Chat With Kensington Health | Oct 28

| October 20, 2020
Submitted by Jacquie Gomes for MBA CPD
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Are you passionate about helping people access health care in their community? Do you want to use your business acumen to help Kensington Health continue to evolve as one of the most unique not-for-profit health care organizations in Ontario? If the answer is yes, then you might be the right fit for the Corporate Planning Intern position.

Kensington Health was formally known as the Doctors Hospital and is located in the heart of Kensington market. Today, Kensington offers a spectrum of holistic end-of-life care and clinical services to our community including long-term care, hospice care, caregiver support, diagnostic imaging, cancer screening, eye exams, eye surgery, and eye tissue processing for transplant. Serving thousands of patients, residents and clients every day, Kensington is dedicated giving new meaning to community care. Kensington Health has a rich history of serving a diverse community and delivering equitable, comfortable care, that’s close to home. As the aging population continues to grow in Toronto, developing enhanced strategies for end-of-life and clinical services is more important than ever to support our community.

Join Edward Aust, Corporate Planning Specialist, to learn more about Kensington Health and their Winter Co-op and Summer Opportunities (open to full time and co-op).

Event Details:

  • Wednesday, October 28
  • 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. (EDT)

Register on OSCARplus.

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