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Job – Street Outreach Registered Nurse

The Church of the Redeemer (The Common Table) and Church of Holy Trinity provide a broad
range of services aimed at improving the health of individuals experiencing housing insecurity.
Collaborating with others, we provide services and supports that address the social
determinants of health including factors and barriers such as poverty, inadequate housing, food
insecurity, substance use, and social exclusion. Our services include counselling in health
promotion, illness prevention and outreach programming. Our expertise and resources are
focused on working with those who experience health inequities and barriers to accessing
health services.

Position Summary

Provide empathetic nursing care while maintaining the dignity of and respect for the people
who access the programs and the communities of Church of the Holy Trinity and Church of the
Redeemer, Anglican Churches in downtown Toronto.

The Registered Nurse plays a key role in the provision of fixed primary care services to persons
who experience barriers to health care access and health inequities. Working collaboratively
with other healthcare professionals, clients and the community, our services address the social
determinants of health and include health care, health promotion, illness prevention and
community capacity building.

Position: Street Outreach Registered Nurse
Job Type: 12-month contract
Hours: Part-time (20 to 25 hours)
Salary: $38.00/hour
Location: Toronto, ON
Start Date: May 01. 2023

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