Have you ever met someone who just beams positivity?
Like they’re always in a good mood and anytime you connect with them you’re left feeling energized?
That’s Joanna Elliott. She’s an administrative assistant with #myKHSC’s Ambulatory Care program, but her title should probably be kindness specialist.
“Showing kindness is so important...Read more
In July 2020, Tricia Anderson headed to the COVID-19 Assessment Centre at the Beechgrove Complex.
A professor with St. Lawrence College’s nursing program, she was joining the ‘Swab Squad’ as the lead nurse on weekends.
“The academic year was finished and our then associate dean was supportive of us contributing...Read more
Think back to when you turned 18-years-old. How did you celebrate?
Did you buy a lottery ticket, get a tattoo, or cast your first ballot in an election?
Benjamin Ma marked the milestone birthday in October 2020, with a first of his own.
He applied for an access control screener...Read more
There’s a popular phrase professional baseball player Marcus Stroman coined – ‘height doesn’t measure heart’.
And that’s certainly the case for Kimberley Dickinson. Standing tall at a mighty 4 feet 10 inches, the #myKHSC environmental services assistant is like a ray of sunshine, beaming positivity everywhere she goes at Hotel Dieu...Read more
Black History Month means different things to different people.
For Micki Mulima, #myKHSC’s director of inclusion, leadership and talent development, it’s about recognizing the achievements of Black people, both past and present, all year round.
“We know there are lots of contributions throughout history from Black people, but they were...Read more
When Tim Woodford was growing up he never dreamed of being an electroencephalogram (EEG) technologist.
It’s not like you hear about the position a lot as a child and many of you reading this may not even know what an EEG technologist does.
So what led him to this field...Read more
There will be street closures and changes around the Kingston General Hospital site from 7 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 31 through Thursday, Sept. 17 due to construction outside of Botterell Hall.
During this time period, George Street will be closed from Stuart to O'Kill streets.
Also during this time, O'Kill...Read more
Some important construction is now underway at KHSC, thanks to a major funding boost from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. KHSC has received more than $6.8 million in funding from the Hospital Infrastructure Renewal Fund (HIRF) and another $450,000 in funding in an Exceptional Circumstance Project Grant.
The outbreak of Influenza at KGH has been declared over. However, influenza is still present within our region.
Family members and visitors to patients are asked to delay their visit if you they have had a fever within the last 72 hours or are experiencing a cough or muscle aches....Read more
Over the years the Team Awards have become part of the culture at KHSC, celebrating teams of people dedicated to transforming the patient and family experience in the areas of Care, Knowledge and Leadership. This year, nine groups from across KHSC were nominated. They are:
The Admission Transmission Unit...Read more
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