With Canadian roots and more than 100 years of expertise, we are accelerating health care innovation to impact healthy lives globally.
To spread hope and happiness
"As distinct as fingerprints, our Impact Report illustrates the thousands of ways our 9,000 Leaders of Impact are making a dent in the universe. From health innovation to education; at home and abroad; we are proud to be purveyors of hope and happiness."Shirlee Sharkey
President & CEO
Saint Elizabeth CEO Shirlee Sharkey & Chief Clinical Executive Nancy Lefebre explore the theme of people-powered care as a universal starting point – a new approach to health and wellness that is anchored in the strengths of people, their networks and the patterns of everyday life.
People and stories are at the heart of our health care system. In April 2017, the federal health minister toured our innovation showcase in Markham and met with staff, patients and family caregivers for an inspiring discussion about the future of home care in Canada.
"Quite simply, I was 'wowed' by Dr. Philpott's visit. Her words, actions and attention demonstrated her personal commitment to a healthier Canada. She loved our 'hope and happiness' movement, and we were thrilled to host such a tremendous champion and advocate." - Shirlee
global connections with family caregivers since October 2015.
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caregivers visit Elizz.com every month - that's similar to the population of Prince George, BC or Moncton, New Brunswick!
Leveraging our talent and expertise to support the broader community sector.
Providing evidence based, culturally safe education and training focused on Indigenous health and wellbeing.
Improving the transitions and outcomes of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis patients during the cancer journey.Learn More
Virtual Coaching Sessions
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In 2016-17 addressing health system flow and supporting people at home for as long as possible.
Transforming care delivery in response to a digital world.Learn More
Putting Patients at the Heart or the PPATH Program, is a collaborative initiative between Trillium Health Partners and Saint Elizabeth that helps cardiac patients and their families to transition from hospital to home through a new approach called Bundled Care.
reduction in hospital length of stay so patients can recover at home
reduction in Emergency Department visits.