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Toronto, ON CAN
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Toronto Grace Health Centre's estimated annual revenue is currently $40.8M per year.(?)
  • Toronto Grace Health Centre's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • Toronto Grace Health Centre has 151 Employees.(?)
  • Toronto Grace Health Centre grew their employee count by 6% last year.
  • Toronto Grace Health Centre currently has 1 job openings.

Toronto Grace Health Centre (TGHC) is a 119-bed facility owned and operated by The Salvation Army located in the heart of downtown Toronto. Through understanding and appreciating the complexity of day-to-day life, Toronto Grace provides patient-centered care for individuals with multifaceted chronic diseases who require Complex Continuing Care, Post Acute Care Rehabilitation and Palliative Care. Our Complex Continuing Care (CCC) program serves persons with complex and multiple chronic diseases and functional disabilities who require a wide range of therapeutic services and clinical specialties. The CCC program provides medical management, skilled registered nursing care, as well as therapy, recreation and spiritual services. The program offers care of the individual following a restorative and preventative approach. Post Acute Care Rehabilitation (PACR) Program provides quality and integrated care for patients: who are recovering from orthopedic surgery, hip and other fractures; those with medically complex conditions and post-stroke complications affecting motor skills; and those who have suffered stroke and neurological issues. Our dedicated team of skilled inter-professional health team includes Physicians, Rehab Nurses, PT, OT, SLP, Communication Disorders Assistant, Recreation Therapist, Social Worker, Chaplain and Clinical Dietitian. A central therapy room is available to support an integrated therapy plan and rehabilitation. Persons accepted into PACR look forward to returning home and/or back into the community. Palliative Care provides comprehensive end-of-life care to support the person and family at their end of life journey. Our holistic approach to care includes a skilled interdisciplinary team to meet the individual's physical, psychosocial, spiritual and cultural needs. Persons in the community who wish to remain at home for as long as possible can be rapidly admitted to the Palliative Care Unit if needed.