Monthly Archives: December 2015

Theresa Morrisseau hadn’t really thought much about cancer in the first 59 years of her life. Growing up in Rocky Bay in an Ojibwe speaking...

Transformation is a popular buzz word – particularly in #healthcare where we’re always looking for better ways to deliver care. As we look to the...

Something pretty amazing in #kids' healthcare happened in Hamilton last month, something that was 25 years in the making. For the first time, McMaster Children's...

Maria’s husband, Tony, is about to go through a serious medical procedure. While Tony is being prepped, the couple overhears a nurse make a...

As our population ages, more people are managing multiple chronic and complex conditions requiring many different types of medication.  The desire to empower patients...

An 80 year old woman is awaiting a knee replacement surgery. During her wait, she is admitted to the hospital with symptoms of congestive...

"I am leaving you," she said. "I'm finding a new doctor." I remember feeling stunned. My patient looked at me and continued, "You aren't...

Below is an interview with Wendy Nicklin - the outgoing President and Chief Executive Officer of Accreditation Canada, a position she served in for 11...

In November 2013, #Trillium Health Partners achieved its first formal #Accreditation as a three-site hospital. Getting to this point as a recently merged organization...

In looking back on Ontario’s infrastructure landscape over the past 12 months, 2015 was a year abounding with construction activity, and much of it...