We are emerging from one of the greatest challenges of our lifetime. The pandemic has had a profound impact and set the stage for a radical evolution of the healthcare system.
We are in the midst of this evolution at Women’s College Hospital and are building effective, collaborative and equitable care solutions.
As we look to the future, our role is to continue to revolutionize healthcare.
Healthcare revolutionized for a healthier and more equitable world.
We transform healthcare and co-create best health possible through innovative care, research, policy, education and system solutions.
Together, we are building a movement to revolutionize healthcare. Our core values drive this movement:
Our value of equity has its roots throughout our history of advancing health for women and women in leadership. Today we strive to have an organization that reflects the diversity of the world we live in and offers the best healthcare options for everyone in it. We believe that just and equitable public policies are a foundation of good health.
We believe that only through continuous quality innovation and improvement will we impact positive change. We employ and create new, evidence-based practices and processes to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all who work at and visit the hospital.
From our patients, staff, clinicians, volunteers, donors and partners, to citizens of our community, we seek out, recognize and value everyone’s knowledge and experiences. We interact with a spirit of collaboration and respect.
We take pride in having the courage to challenge the status quo. In fact, we see it as a duty and obligation. We consider how we contribute beyond our own organization, department or individual interests. Courage also means that we report both failures and successes with discipline to accelerate learning on how best to improve and to respond as quickly as necessary to support the transformation of healthcare.
We always look beyond our walls, and together with our communities and partners we work as a cohesive unit within and beyond the healthcare system towards a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.