Monthly Archives: January 2015

Markham Stouffville Hospital has undergone an extensive renovation and expansion transformation over the last five years. During this period, change became our new normal;...

Canadian hospitals are amongst the most crowded in the developed world. In fact, among member countries, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development reports that...

It’s a busy night at Campbellford Memorial Hospital and Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program student Rebecca Butler is gaining some valuable hands...

There’s a “silver tsunami” forming — and it’s set to hit the shores of British Columbia sooner than you think. “The silver tsunami is a...

Regional cardiac program videoconferences weekly rounds across Ontario’s Central East Cardiologist Dr. Jason Burstein is delivering a presentation on Multi-Vessel Coronary Artery Disease to...

In every hospital, each manager believes they lead in a manner that engages employees.  No one goes to work thinking they want to manage...

Dr. William Chen is in between surgical cases so he grabs his pager and quickly leaves the operating room. Will he make it back...

A few years ago, a pediatric patient in the intensive care unit at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto was inappropriately treated...

‘ Dragons’ Den’-style granting program at St. Joseph’s Health Care London yields bumper crop of innovative ideas, each funded  up to $10,000, to improve quality...

At Canadian hospitals, the pressure to control expenses while at the same time, recruit and retain the best talent is getting more and more...