Ivan Franko Homes provide a cultural environment conducive to the health and wellbeing of our residents thanks to the commitment of our engaged, caring and professional employee-partners who pursue personally rewarding long-term careers. Our team is a true asset to our company.
"Your dedication and professionalism are truly remarkable, and your work ethic is inspiring. Thank you for being there for us and for our residents. We appreciate your hard work
that can be measured with the smiles of our residents." - K. Lopushanski, Administrator
Kvitka devoted her career to help seniors live healthier and happier. Kvitka believes that empowering the team will benefit both, the residents and personnel.
In addition to fifteen years in business management, Kvitka brought a decade of experience working in leadership roles at IFH.
A conscientious and dedicated team player, Anna's attention to detail is greatly appreciated by staff and residents alike.
Her career at Ivan Franko Home spans
over thirty years.
Working in IFH's Finance Department for the last 10 years, Tatiana leads the finance teams at both the Senior Residence and Long-Term Care facilities at Ivan Franko Homes. In addition to her finance background (and is currently working to complete her CPA designation), she holds a BSc in Chemistry and has extensive experience working in management in the healthcare, natural health product and pharmaceutical industries.
A warm and empathetic healthcare professional, Dr. Rassam’s wealth of experience ensures high-quality care for our residents. She maintains office hours onsite once a week.
Nataliia combines her diverse experiences through studying, working and volunteering in hospitality, tourism, and event management with an energetic approach
to ensure residents’ needs are met.
Creative and approachable, Natalia strives to keep residents engaged and active with exciting and innovative programs and activities.
The Minister of Long-Term Care, Paul Calandra, visited Ivan Franko Home in Toronto to announce a new program to recruit and retain 225 additional nurse practitioners in the long-term care sector.