Etobicoke General Hospital, Rouge Valley Centenary and St. Michael’s Hospital are a few of the hospitals located in Toronto, notes CBC/Radio-Canada. These hospitals all scored well in the Canadian Institute for Health Information rankings for mortality after surgery and other key indicators.
Etobicoke General Hospital is part of the William Osler Health System, and it is located on Humber College Boulevard, according to CBC/Radio-Canada. This large community hospital has more than 500 beds and sees almost 50,000 patients per year. Registered nurses provide more than 85 percent of its hospital care, and the hospital rates at or below average in terms of adverse events after procedures.
Rouge Valley Centenary shares a border with Morningside Park on Ellesmere Road, according to the York Region Community Information and Volunteer Centre. The hospital's CIHI "A" rating includes high marks for post-surgery care, nursing care and post-surgery mortality rates, notes CBC/Radio-Canada. Rouge Valley Centenary is a large community hospital where nurses provide approximately 80 percent of care.
Registered nurses provide the majority of care at St. Michael’s Hospital, notes CBC/Radio-Canada. The inner-city teaching hospital provides instruction to more than 3,000 students annually in areas such as cystic fibrosis and mental health. It provides more than 400 patient beds to an estimated 25,000 patients annually. The hospital scores above average in the CIHI rankings for after-surgery mortality, readmission after medical treatment and adverse events due to nursing care.