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Is a comma needed before the word "where" in the following sentence?

In 2015, I embarked on a paid position working at The Hospital of Sick Kids where I supported children with autism.

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  • Possible duplicate of Comma use before where and in which – Jason Bassford Jan 4 at 6:10
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    I would say you do need one, as the hospital is named and the rest of the sentence is just additional information. If it was "...at the hospital where I was born", you wouldn't use a comma as the following words identify the hospital. – Kate Bunting Jan 4 at 8:57
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