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PODCAST Episode 6: Working with Vulnerable, Stigmatized Patient Populations

October 6, 2019  By Staff

Casey House opened its doors in 1988 as Canada’s first and only stand-alone hospital for people with HIV/AIDS.  It’s a place where clients can receive holistic care in a non-judgmental, stigma-free setting.  Situated on Jarvis Street in downtown Toronto, Casey House’s new 58.000 square-foot home ensures those who live with HIV/AIDS are not forgotten or overlooked.

Casey House provides innovative, comprehensive health care through 1) Inpatient day health programs; 2) Community care and outreach; 3) Social community programming and; 4) Research and education.

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