University Health Network: ‘She had that look like she had one foot in the grave’ November 1, 2018 “Last Feb. 20 started like any other work day for Carol Grandison. She took her seat behind the glass-partition of her desk in the Toronto General Hospital (TG) Admitting Department and prepared for another busy shift taking patient registration. Beside her, along the row of admitting stations, was Videah Persaud, a long-time casual worker in both the Admitting and Emergency departments at TG. “It was the day after a holiday,” recalls Carol. “I asked ‘how was your weekend?’ and she said she worked in Emerg, but she was off on the Monday and she rested all day.” It didn’t take long before their morning work routine turned ominous. “I mentioned something to her and I looked over,” Carol recalls. “Her eyes had begun to close and she started swaying to the left, which was towards me.”” Read full article here.