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Bell Wing and Clinical Services Building photographs

Series consists of photographs documenting the destruction of the TGH Bell Wing and the construction of the Clinical Services Building. These photographs were taken by Dr. Cowan from his offices across the street at Cancer Care Ontario (620 University Avenue, Toronto, 15th and 13th floors) from May 2001 to July 2003, in order to document the event. Eight of these pictures were used by UHN’s Public Affairs Department at the official opening of the Clinical Services Building. Photographs had been arranged by Dr. Cowan in a binder entitled <i>Toronto General Hospital Pictures Before & After</i> and divided by film number and date. These divisions are reflected in the file titles.

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

University Health Network

Annual General Meeting minutes

The first Annual General Meeting for the University Health Network occurred on September 15th, 1999. Series includes the contents of a binder labeled “Annual General Meeting Minutes Jun 1947-2005”. This binder included minutes of the University Health Network’s Annual General Meetings (1999-2005) as well as the minutes of the Annual Meetings of the Subscribers of its predecessor corporations The Toronto Hospital (1987-1998) and the Toronto General Hospital (1947-1986). The original purpose of these meetings was to elect Trustees. The annual meeting was extended to several meetings in 1947 and 1949 due to a lack of nominations. Minutes from September 17, 1997 are missing. Most minutes are signed originals.

University Health Network. Board of Trustees

The Toronto Hospital Auxiliary fonds

Fonds consists of five series:

14.1 TTH Auxiliary (General Division) Minutes
14.2 TTH Auxiliary (General Division) Annual Reports
14.3 TTH Auxiliary (General Division) Scrapbooks
14.4 TTH Auxiliary (General Division) Correspondence
14.5 Histories and Ephemera

The Toronto Hospital. Auxiliary

Miscellaneous records

File 22.6.1 contains 2 colour photographs of former TGH Neurosurgical operating room Head Nurse Jessie Young (taken in 1998), and the original key (1936) to Operating Room “D”, the first OR dedicated to neurosurgery at the TGH.

Toronto General Hospital. Division of Neurosurgery

Ambulatory Care Committee Minutes

Series consists of minutes from the Ambulatory Care Committee and its various subcommittees and/or related committees. Series also includes copies of presentations given to the Committee by various departments within the hospital.

File 7.5.1 includes minutes from the Community Culture Conscious Subcommittee and the House Staff-Liaison Committee. File 7.5.2 includes minutes from the Community Services Subcommittee. File 7.5.3 includes minutes from the Emergency Subcommittee. File 7.5.4 includes minutes from the Executive Committee of the Medical Advisory Board. File 7.5.5 includes minutes from the Community Service Subcommittee. File 7.5.6 includes minutes from the Community Services Subcommittee.

The Toronto Hospital. Ambulatory Care Planning Committee

Division of Neurosurgery records

Series consists of admission registers kept by the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit, April 1982-December 1989; personal and professional papers of TGH neurosurgeons 1934-1979; various materials relating to the opening of the new TGH neurosurgical unit, November 1958; correspondence and photographs relating to TGH chief neurosurgical residents 1931-1984; various papers of Dr. T.P. Morley, Head of the TGH Division of Neurosurgery 1962-1979; and miscellaneous records, including photographs of Jessie Young from 1998.

Series includes six sub-series:

22.1 Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit records
22.2 Neurosurgeons’ papers
22.3 Opening of Neurosurgical Unit
22.4 Chief Neurosurgical Residents
22.5 Dr. T.P. Morley papers
22.6 Miscellaneous records

The Toronto Hospital. Division of Neurosurgery

Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit records

Sub-series consists of admission registers kept by the Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit, April 1982-December 1989. Registers include patient names, dates of admission to TGH and to the Neurosurgical ICU, address, attending doctors’ names, patients’ date of birth and OHIP number, diagnosis, TGH history number, date of discharge or death and destination at discharge.

The Toronto Hospital. Division of Neurosurgery

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

The Toronto Hospital. Medical Advisory Committee

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

The Toronto Hospital. Department of Public Affairs and Communications

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