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Creating better supply chain data can save money
Better supply chain data can save you several hundred
thousand dollars

FOCUS: Operating Room Supply Chain Creating better supply chain data can save you several hundred thousand dollars: New OHA guide shows how. This is the third installment of a three-part series examining various aspects of OR supply chain improvement projects, based on ...


On the record: Technology improves patient care
On the record: Technology improves patient care

The opening of a new family doctor clinic. The purchase of the latest device for a hospital diagnostic imaging department. The recruitment of specialists who can provide particular treatment in the community for the first time. These are improvements to ...


Shared accountability and stakeholder engagement pave path to success
Shared accountability and stakeholder engagement pave
path to success

When I arrived at York Central Hospital a little over a year ago, the hospital was in the midst of a major transformation. The health care team had just completed a 100-Day Action Plan to address a significant budget shortfall ...

Posted: February 2, 2012|From the CEO's Desk|0 comments

York Central Hospital enhances services for high-risk pregnancies
York Central Hospital enhances services for
high-risk pregnancies

To enhance the care to patients with high-risk pregnancies, York Central Hospital, in Richmond Hill, Ontario recently enhanced its Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) services. By consolidating these services in a beautiful, newly renovated clinic, patients experience a more calm, restful ...


Volunteer association celebrates 50 years of giving back to the community
Volunteer association celebrates 50 years of giving back
to the community

In January 2012, the Volunteer Association of York Central Hospital will celebrate 50 years of dedication to the hospital and the community. Throughout its history, volunteers of every gender, age group and profession have dedicated their time and talents to ...

Posted: November 1, 2011|Patient Care|0 comments

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