After 30 years of breakthrough leadership, Shirlee Sharkey has announced her intention to step down as the CEO of SE Health in spring 2022.
National initiative invites Canadians to reimagine aging to meet
changing expectations about health and wellness.
On September 30, we join with Canadians across the country to reflect on and recognize the thousands of Indigenous children who endured the residential school system
We are proud to announce that Charlene Brophy, President and CEO of Fonemed, has been named a finalist in the 2021 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards, under the category of Innovation.
As leaders of organizations providing government funded home care in Ontario, we have made the decision to make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for all of our team members.
SE Health, a not-for-profit social enterprise dedicated to forever impacting how people live and age at home, today announced its acquisition of Fonemed.
SE Health is a not-for-profit social enterprise that shares its knowledge, provides the best care, and helps each client to realize their most meaningful goals for health and wellbeing. Established in 1908 by four pioneering nurses, we have worked with purpose for more than a century to bring hope and happiness, and forever impact how people live and age at home. Today, our 8,000+ team members nationwide provide care in more places and ways than ever before, bringing health to life for over 20,000 Canadians every day. SE Health is honoured to be a three-time recipient of the Canada Order of Excellence and one of Forbes’ Best Employers for 2020.
To learn more or join our growing team, visit www.sehc.com or find us on Twitter at @SEHealth_SEHC.
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