Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
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Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Employee Review

Supportive and friendly environment

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2 January 2021
I been working at CAmh for over 10years now, it is an teaching hospital and the opportunity for growth is endless. Regardless of ones culture or beliefs your always supported and feel part of the team. I consider my team at CAMH as my extended family. THEY NEVER LET ME DOWN and as a team we never let our Patients/clients /family member down. “WE WORK TOGETHER WE ARE ONE TEAM”
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Pros
Flexible hours
Cons
Shortage of staff at a times
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