At Women’s College Hospital, we are revolutionizing healthcare for women and their families. To read more about our exciting achievements and future plans, please download copies of our publications.
Annual Report Archive:
- We are Women's 2018 Report
- Access and Innovation 2017 Annual Report
- 2016 Annual Report
- 2015 Annual Report - WEBSITE | PDF
- 2014 Annual Report - WEBSITE | PDF
- 2013 Annual Report - WEBSITE | PDF
- 2012 Annual Report - WEBSITE | PDF
- 2011 Annual Report
- 2010 Annual Report
- 2009 Annual Report
- 2008 Annual Report
- 2007 Annual Report
- 2006 Annual Report
Closing the Health Gap
A Thousand Voices for Women's Health
In a follow-up study to the inaugural A Thousand Voices for Women’s Health report, in 2016 Women’s College Hospital once again asked women what they want from hospitals, healthcare services and the care they receive. We set out to learn what has changed since 2010 and how women’s healthcare needs are being met today.
In part two of this pioneering study, we asked more than 1,000 women from diverse backgrounds about their experiences and what they want from hospitals, healthcare programs and the care they receive. The results, published in the 2016 A Thousand Voices for Women’s Health report will help to shape future programs and services offered at the hospital and are also being shared by WCH with stakeholders and partners across the healthcare system.
Download the full 2016 report (.pdf) A Thousand Voices for Women’s Health to find out what women told us they want from a hospital and from healthcare services, and learn how we’re responding.
Read more about our 2010 study
In 2010, we asked a thousand women from all walks of life and from all across Ontario what they need from a hospital and their healthcare providers.
Read the 2010 report (.pdf) A Thousand Voices for Women’s Health.
They told us what they liked and what they didn’t like when it comes to hospitals, to care and to services. They shared their stories and experiences, their fears and concerns, their hopes and dreams and their vision for a hospital they can call their own.