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Partnering for patients to make transitions
Partnering for patients to make transitions

Part of the design team working towards seamlessly transitioning patients from hospital to home. A patient’s transition from hospital to home is a critical time in their health care journey. While hospitals and community care services are there to help, ...

Posted: October 21, 2014|Featured, Health Care Policy, Patient Care|0 comments

Getting ambulances back on the road
Getting ambulances back on the road

When it comes to the challenge of ambulance off-load delays, Trillium Health Partners and Peel Paramedics are partnering to find a solution. Off-loading patients in a safe and timely manner is a high priority for all emergency departments so that ambulances ...

Posted: September 13, 2014|Emergency Medicine, Patient Care|0 comments

Spine Centre helps patients get back in action
Spine Centre helps patients get back in action

Anna Lee, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist works with a patient in the Spince Centre. There’s a new way to deal with back pain, thanks to Trillium Health Partners’ interprofessional team-based model at the Kingsway Financial Spine Centre. The Spine Centre is ...


Cardiac DART provides care closer to the door
Cardiac DART provides care closer to the door

A visit to the ER is a rarity for 73-year old John Myers*. But when symptoms of a heart attack prompted him to check into the emergency department at Trillium Health Partners, he got his results within hours, thanks to ...

Posted: July 11, 2014|Cardiology, Diagnostic|0 comments

Bringing care closer to home for kids with cancer
Bringing care closer to home for kids with cancer

A Child Life Specialist works with a patient at the POGO clinic When you have a child facing an illness, close to home is where you want to be. That’s why the POGO (Paediatric Oncology Group of Ontario) clinic located ...

Posted: June 17, 2014|Featured, Oncology, Pediatrics|0 comments

Continence program improves quality of life for seniors
Continence program improves quality of life for seniors

Right to left: Cheryl Raycraft, Administrator at Allendale, Laura Robbs, Continence Nurse, Velvet Tupper, Continence Nurse, Joanne Chen, Manager, Seniors’ Services, Trillium Health Partners. Stigma silences many seniors into keeping their bladder and bowel control issues secret; however a Regional ...


Falls prevention program aims to empower those at risk
Falls prevention program aims to empower those at risk

Sabina Sobota, rehabilitation assistant, Trillium Health Partners with Viscilsa Alexander. Photo credit: Sandra Tavares Dorothy Masih was visiting Trillium Health Partners for a routine appointment when she suffered a fall walking through the hospital corridors. She was quickly assisted by ...


CareWorks for health care workers at Trillium Health Partners
CareWorks for health care workers at Trillium
Health Partners

Health care workers face a range of unique risks to their health and well-being on the job. They may be at increased risk of suffering from burnout or exhaustion, often experience lost-time injuries as well as higher rates of violence ...


External review of CT scans and mammograms complete
External review of CT scans and mammograms complete

Trillium Health Partners releases findings and thanks patients, their families and the community for their understanding Trillium Health Partners announced  the completion of the external expert review of CT scans and mammograms, which was launched after the hospital identified a performance ...

Posted: December 6, 2013|Diagnostic, Featured, Health Care Policy|0 comments

3,500 CT scans and mammograms being reviewed at Trillium Health Partners
3,500 CT scans and mammograms being reviewed at Trillium
Health Partners

Trillium Health Partners Conducting Review After Identifying Performance Issues with a Radiologist Trillium Health Partners is in the process of reviewing 3,500 CT scans and mammograms conducted between April 1, 2012 and March 31, 2013 to ensure the accuracy of results. This ...

Posted: September 12, 2013|Featured, Health Care Policy, Public Health|0 comments

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