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Simulated community helps rehab patients transition home

A one-of-a-kind rehabilitation experience in British Columbia, featuring a grocery store, gas station, ATM and parked car, has been given new life by donors. ...

Humber River dialysis: Giving to Guyana

Lenny Fernandez is making a difference in the lives of dialysis patients near and far. In addition to helping patients at Toronto’s Humber River...

It’s in your hands

The Acute Injuries Rehabilitation and Evaluation Centre (AIREC) at Windsor Regional Hospital is a regional evaluation centre for WSIB and provides treatment and assessments...

Partnership will enhance care for patients with chronic kidney disease

As a nursing student in the United Kingdom, Clint Gunn was inspired to pursue the multi-faceted field of #Nephrology, and from overseas, he set...

Dialysis patients share personal experiences in new video

A unique, new video produced by The Scarborough Hospital is not only an outstanding educational tool for dialysis patients and those living with Chronic...

Kemptville Hospital expands orthopaedic surgery program

Surgeons at Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) performed hip replacement surgery there for the first time last month, thanks to an expansion of the hospital’s...

AMPS: Enhancing occupational therapy at Hamilton Health Sciences

What are the key indicators of a person’s ability to live and care for themselves independently? Is it their capacity to dress themselves in the...

Winning Rouge Valley proposal to help prioritize patients’ surgical procedures

An innovative computer program to prioritize surgical procedures at Rouge Valley Health System (RVHS) has earned the hospital a $10,000 grant from Cancer Care...

Ode to Robert Ogilvie: Thank you for 41 years of extraordinary care

He’s a surgeon with a song. And he hasn’t missed a beat in over 41 years; always singing, smiling and whistling while delivering extraordinary care...

Mobile app poised to reshape the Canadian health-care industry

At Women’s College Hospital (WCH) developing new and innovative ways to diagnose, treat and care for patients is always at the forefront.  The newest...

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