Today’s voice-enabled digital assistants are paving the way for a better dialogue between patients and physicians, and between patients and their own personal well-being. This is what is new in the world of voice assistance and health technology.
If you have a passion for health care and want to join a home care team, come to our Personal Support Worker drop-in interview at our Toronto office!
Today on #WorldArthritisDay, it is important to know the symptoms of arthritis as early detection, particularly in the first 12 weeks, can prevent joint and organ damage.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Do you know the signs and symptoms of breast cancer?
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Do you know these facts about breast cancer?
Are you a PSW looking to join a leading health care company? Come to our drop-in interviews at our Peel office and see what Spectrum is all about!
Did you know that skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer? The good news is that it is also one of the most preventable. One of the ways you can protect your skin from the sun is by using sunscreen when you are outdoors.
Did you know that skin cancer is the most common type of cancer? There are more cases of skin cancer diagnosed each year than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancers combined.
Toronto will be having a job fair on August 23, 2017 for Personal Support Workers. Drop in for an on-site interview and see what it could be like to join the Spectrum team!
Recently Spectrum Health Care Foundation had the amazing opportunity to sponsor and volunteer at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health’s (CAMH) annual BBQ and Peel Children's Centre’s (PCC) annual summer camps. Here is a quick recap on the events.
Paul Kalanithi, a neurosurgeon, was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. He wrote a book detailing his life and battle with terminal cancer. In this moving talk, Paul’s wife Lucy Kalanithi speaks about her husband’s terminal cancer diagnosis. She reflects on the range of emotions that come in the face of death
Spectrum is not the only one turning 40 this year! Look who else made their debut in 1977.
This Sunday is Father's Day! Happy Father's Day to all the fathers and father figures in our lives.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a disease that gradually paralyzes people. The brain is no longer able to communicate with the muscles of the body causing a loss of bodily functions.
Are you looking for a career as a Personal Support Worker? We are holding job fairs throughout the summer at our Markham office. Come in for a visit and see what it would be like to join the Spectrum team!
Personal Support Workers are frontline health care professionals who provide direct care to elderly or ill patients. They play an important role in assisting patients with tasks they are no longer able to fulfill on their own.
Be a part of a winning team! Join Spectrum Health Care as a Personal Support Worker. Come to our job fair in Toronto on May 23, 2017.
We are almost halfway through the year. By this time your resolutions may have dwindled; you may find it hard to stay on track with your healthy goals. Here are some healthy tips to keep you motivated when you just don’t have the motivation.
Behind every nurse is a dream team of support! Our Home Support Supervisors and Nursing Program Managers are a dedicated team of nursing professionals who oversee and support our nurses and personal support workers, and ensure our clients continuously receive the best home health care services.
As we come to the end of National Nursing Week, we shift our focus from nurses that treat our patients in their homes and facilities, and take a look at clinic nurses who provide care in our ambulatory clinics.
It’s National Nursing Week! So far we’ve learned about ET nurses who help clients heal wounds, foot care nurses who help keep feet happy, and today we take a look at palliative nurses.
It’s National Nursing Week! All week we’re highlighting the amazing nurses in our Spectrum family! Today we are putting the focus on feet and the wonderful nurses who take care of feet.
This week we celebrate our real life superheroes; nurses. Nurses are a vital part of Ontario’s health care system. This year to celebrate National Nursing Week we are taking glimpses into the different types of nurses we have in our Spectrum family. First up Enterostomal Therapy nurses!
Spectrum Patient Services, the non-urgent patient transportation division of Spectrum Health Care, is pleased to announce that it has successfully acquired Medical Transportation Services.
If you are passionate about caring for people, responsive to the needs of others and dedicated to providing quality care, consider being a Personal Support Worker with Spectrum Health Care, a leader in home health!
Happy National Carers Day. Today we recognize carers for their hard work and selfless acts of service.
Spectrum Health Care will be attending some exciting health care events in the next few weeks. Come find us and see what we're all about!
March is Kidney Health Month and to celebrate our kidneys, we have put together a list of superfoods that will help your kidneys work at optimum levels.
Did you know that March is Liver Health Month? To honour our largest internal organ, we want to help you take better care of your liver with these helpful tips.
Spectrum Health Care will be hosting a job fair for Personal Support Workers in Toronto. Job fair will be held on February 28 from 10 am to 3 pm.
February 4 is World Cancer Day. We honour all those who have been impacted by cancer. We want you to know that you are always in our hearts.
January 25 was Bell Let’s Talk Day, a campaign that highlighted mental health and the stigma associated with mental illness. We asked our Spectrum Health Care employees to share encouraging words that they would say to individuals dealing with a mental illness.
Spectrum Health Care will be hosting a job fair for Personal Support Workers in Toronto. Job fair will be held on January 24 from 10 am to 3 pm.
If you felt burned out in 2016 from the demands of your job, you can make changes for a better 2017. Here are some simple steps that you can take to increase productivity and avoid feeling burned out.