Over the past century, Caritas hospitals have pioneered responsive programs and services to address emerging needs in this community. The Edmonton General Hospital, founded in 1895, was the first to acquire an x-ray machine and was home to the first hospital-based palliative care unit. oday Caritas is continuing this ground-breaking work at the Grey Nuns and Misericordia Community Hospitals—facilities that provide a full range of basic acute care services. Each year almost 30,000 surgeries are performed at Caritas sites—from hip replacements to cancer surgeries to hernia repairs—and innovative approaches are making a difference.... continue reading.
Caritas at Work
Want to learn more about working at Caritas? Click on any of the titles below to read articles of potential interest:
From the Classroom to the Front Lines
Building for Tomorrow
Hope at Work
When Every Second Counts
Beginning the Day with Hope
Searching for Clarity
Breaking New Ground
Learning on the Front Lines
Caritas Physicians Lead the Way
On Reward and Recognition
On 30 Years of Service
Caritas Recognized for Workplace Safety
Caritas Libraries--Invaluable Resource
Never at Rest
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