The South East Regional Cancer Program (SERCP) in partnership with Kingston General Hospital recently invited indigenous community members from across the region to celebrate the newly opened Indigenous all nations healing room in the hospital's Connell wing.
Facing the challenges of a life-limiting illness is a difficult time for many patients in our area and accessing the services they need to improve their quality of life can be confusing. That is why Kingston General Hospital (KGH) has partnered with Providence Care, and the South East Community Care Access Center to improve the experience of patients receiving palliative care services here in Kingston.
A guidebook containing practical information about the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario at Kingston General Hospital. It provides information about preparing for appointments, what to expect from treatment, and the cancer care team. It also provides information about where to find support and help. This is a companion to "My Patient Binder".
A PowerPoint presentation that provides information about chemotherapy for new patients. It includes information about treatments, side effects and how to manage them.
This booklet tells you about the expected changes your loved one may go through as they approach the end of their life. It provide suggestions about how you can help comfort your loved one. It also provides tips on how to cope and look after yourself and other loved ones during this difficult time.