Monthly Archives: May 2009

It’s 5 p.m. on a damp and dreary evening in March. One by one, a variety of surgeons, radiologists and associated health professionals take...

In a split second Pascal Limoges’ thoughts went from the home renovation project he was working on to fear and shock. With an accidental...

For a patient with knee pain, the journey towards relief is made easier thanks to an entire team of health-care professionals including family doctors,...

Chest is best. At least that’s what thoracic surgeon, Dr. Robert Zeldin, Head of Thoracic Surgery and Surgical Oncology at Toronto East General Hospital, tells...

For Bana Jamil, being an Anesthesia Assistant (AA) at North York General Hospital (NYGH) is the fulfillment of an opportunity she realized long ago...

Reducing surgical wait times and improving patient care are the founding principles behind the Total Joint Assessment Centre (TJAC) which recently opened its new...

Over the years there have been many quality improvement techniques that have made the rounds in health care – each promising to deliver results...

Tired. Really, really tired. That’s how Barrie’s Jennifer White felt for most of her 27 years. Yet, not one to let fatigue stop her...

A group of plastic surgeons at The Scarborough Hospital (TSH) wants to get the message out to patients, family doctors and general surgeons that...

Radiation treatments for bone cancer at the age of 11 precipitated a condition that resulted in the amputation of Kevin Clancy’s right leg at...