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Our people

Let our people tell you why they love working here.


Renu Roy
Medication Safety Specialist

Contributing to the positive experiences of families means a lot to me.  

My role is to promote and enhance safe medication practices at all levels of the medication use process, from prescribing, dispensing through to administration and monitoring.  Keeping patients safe is my focus.  


Mohsen Wahba
Maintenance Mechanic

I have worked at SickKids for almost 20 years and my goal is to keep the hospital safe.  

I enjoy making patients smile which is why I keep my cart decorated with toys and trinkets. I provide service for the patients.  It makes me happy.  SickKids is my life.  


Fred MacKay
Roman Catholic Chaplain and Supervisor, Spiritual and Religious Care

I was first hired as the Roman Catholic Chaplain and now I’m also the Supervisor of Spiritual and Religious Care.

It is a wonderful experience working at SickKids – this is a warm, caring environment.  It’s very rewarding to work with children and their parents.  


Saghi Tootoonchinia
Child Life Specialist

I oversee programming in Marnie’s Lounge and Marnie’s Studio.  I offer patients and families a positive experience throughout their hospital journey – the opportunity to get away from the bedside through structured programming.  When patients leave Marnie’s Lounge with smiles and positive memories, I feel accomplished knowing I helped provide that feeling to them and their families.


Ashley Spiegel
Registered Nurse and RN Council Co-Chair

Working at SickKids is an incredible opportunity.  My proudest achievement so far is the creation of the Alternate Care Environment (ACE) space on the 7th floor.  It is a mix of inpatient and outpatient worlds – a place for our patients to be seen who need an inpatient level of care, but do not need overnight nursing.  It gets our patients home quicker in a safe way, while also facilitating patient flow and decreasing length of stay!

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