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The Toronto Hospital annual reports

Series consists of the annual reports of The Toronto Hospital Corporation, prepared and published by TTH Department of Public Affairs and Communications on behalf of TTH Board of Trustees.

Reports contain such information as lists of administrative and medical staff; statistics and/or departmental reports illustrating major hospital functions, services and activities; summary reports by the chairman of the Board of Trustees and the President identifying and describing significant TTH accomplishments and events; annual financial statements outlining the Hospital’s revenues and expenses; photographs and illustrations depicting Hospital buildings, facilities, services and staff.

Hospital By-Laws

Series consists of one file of Medical Staff by-laws from 1991:

4.1.1 Medical Staff By-Laws: January 1991

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Office of the Surgeon-in-Chief records

Series consists of two separate accessions of material related to the Toronto General Hospital and accumulated by the Office of the Surgeon-in-Chief.

Files 6.1.1 to 6.1.2 consist of a half-filled bound volume of signatures spanning the time period of April 5, 1935 to January 16, 1959, and an accompanying 5 page description of its history by Ronald J. Baird, Professor of Surgery, University of Toronto, and Senior Cardiovascular Surgeon at The Toronto Hospital. The book of signatures is a combination visitors’ register/attendance book with groups of signatures that do not always indicate the occasion. Some of the occasions noted include post-graduate courses and club meetings, such as for the Interurban Orthopaedic Club, McGill Toronto Surgical Club, and the Cardiovascular Surgeons Club. Notable signatories include Evarts A. Graham, Charles H. Best, Gordon Murray, Frederick G. Banting, Wilder Penfield, and Norman Bethune. Regarding the first pages of this volume, Dr. Baird remarks in his description, “what a galaxie [sic] of future stars in Toronto Surgery!” Dr. Baird’s description gives extensive details as to how the volume came to be in his possession before being passed onto Surgeon-in-Chief, Dr. Paul Walker.

Files 6.1.3 to 6.1.5 consist of various agreements and indentures that were originally kept in one file folder. The file had originally been in the possession of Dr. Alan Hudson, McCutcheon Chair and Surgeon-in-Chief at The Toronto Hospital from 1989-1991, and President and Chief Executive Officer, from 1991-2000. The file had been passed onto his successor Dr. Paul Walker, Vice President Surgical Directorate and Surgeon-in-Chief of The Toronto Hospital during a transfer of office either when Dr. Hudson became President and Chief Executive Officer (1991) or when Dr. Paul Walker resigned as the James McCutcheon Chair and Surgeon-in-Chief (March 31, 1999) to become Vice-President of the Toronto General Hospital (April 1, 1999). Subsequently the file came to be held by Dr. Walker’s successor as McCutcheon Chair in Surgery, Surgeon-in-Chief & Director of Surgical Services at University Health Network, Dr. Bryce Taylor (April 1, 1999- ).

Medical Advisory Committee fonds

Fonds consists of the bound minutes of the Medical Advisory Committees (or Boards) for the Toronto Western Hospital, the Toronto General Hospital, and later The Toronto Hospital. Minutes include discussions of by-laws, clinical policies, salaries, credentialing, and building/renovation projects; lists of appointments to staff and interns; sub-committee reports; and from time to time discussion of a patient and/or disciplinary action on staff.

The fonds includes five series:

7.1 Medical Advisory Committee Minutes / Toronto Western Hospital
7.2 Medical Advisory Board Minutes / Toronto General Hospital
7.3 Medical Advisory Committee Minutes / Toronto Hospital
7.4 Medical Advisory Board Minutes / Toronto Hospital
7.5 Ambulatory Care Committee Minutes

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Office of the President fonds

The fonds includes four series of records from the Office of the President:

9.1 Miscellaneous records
9.2 Correspondence and administration
9.3 Board of Trustees correspondence
9.4. Audit reports

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University Health Network record group

  • ON00343 RG 2
  • Record group
  • 1999 -

The record group includes seven fonds:

UHN 1 Policy and Codes Development fonds
UHN 2 Board of Directors fonds
UHN 3 Public Affairs & Communications fonds
UHN 4 Nutrition Services fonds
UHN 5 Radiation Medicine Program fonds
UHN 6 Research fonds
UHN 7 Health Records Services fonds

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Policy and procedure manuals

Series consists of policy manuals from The Toronto Hospital, Ontario Cancer Institute/Princess Margaret Hospital, and University Health Network which have been superseded.

The Toronto Hospital record group

  • ON00343 RG 1
  • Record group
  • 1986 - 2000

The record group includes 14 fonds:
TH 1. Nursing Education and Research Department fonds
TH 2. Department of Public Affairs and Communications fonds
TH 3. Status of Women Committee fonds
TH 4. Medical/Legal Affairs fonds
TH 5. Finance Directorate fonds
TH 6. Surgical Directorate fonds
TH 7. Medical Advisory Committee fonds
TH 8. Board of Trustees fonds
TH 9. Office of the President fonds
TH 10. Joint Hospital/University Relations Committee fonds
TH 11. Office of the Chief Operating Officer fonds
TH 12. Department of Strategic Planning fonds
TH 13. Office of the Executive Vice-President fonds
TH 14. The Toronto Hospital Auxiliary fonds

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Department of Public Affairs and Communications fonds

Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by The Toronto Hospital Department of Public Affairs and Communications. The fonds includes 12 series:

2.1 The Toronto Hospital annual reports
2.2 Caring
2.3 Correspondence
2.4 Photographs
2.5 News Releases
2.6 Medical Staff Bulletins
2.7 Canadian Museum of Health and Medicine
2.8 Archives and Historical Committee
2.9 Miscellaneous publications and minutes
2.10 Ontario Cancer Institute/Princess Margaret Hospital
2.11 Western Hours
2.12 Scrapbooks

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