Monthly Archives: February 2002

Imagine a hospital where you go for a good meal; a place you visit to hear lectures, musical performances or hold a reception; a...

As a creative person, involved primarily with the creation of comfortable surroundings for human beings, I was commissioned by John Thompson of GE Medical...

Architects see in three dimensions. The science and art of their profession is to translate the vision of a client into space that works....

Recognized as one of the most successful hospital amalgamations in Ontario, William Osler Health Centre is poised to become one of the most progressive...

With the initial phases of its multi-year redevelopment nearing completion, the University Health Network's Toronto Western Hospital is already a far different place. A soaring...

At one time the phrase "I'm from the government and I'm here to help!" would have meant immediate suspicions if not absolute panic. ...

Sound environmental management practices have earned Cambridge Memorial Hospital (CMH) the title of North American's first ISO 14001 certified hospital. This level of certification...

For the first time in Ontario, physicians and other professional staff in local community hospitals have been given instant access to the resources of...

There are significant environmental health concerns within health-care facilities including chemical, biological and waste effluents. Due diligence requires that these effluents be identified,...

It was a day nurse Patty Davy and others working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Hamilton Health Sciences' Children's Hospital thought...