The building is done and the brand new cancer care space is officially open. Now it's time to set our sights on the future.
“Redevelopment has been a key focus for everyone involved in cancer care at KGH for the last several years. Now it's time to focus on what's...Read more
A new weapon is on the way to help in the ongoing battle against dangerous bacteria. After much study and consultation, a new antibiotic stewardship program is being created.
Kathy Lee is a Physiotherapist at Kingston General Hospital and is the recipient of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association's 2011 National Clinical Education Award.
This award recognizes a physiotherapist that demonstrates exceptional dedication to clinical education and contributes high-valued and outstanding supervision of students.Lee was formally recognized by her fellow colleagues...Read more
It's been a big few weeks for the Kingston General Hospital research program, featuring a multi-million dollar announcement, a prestigious award and another successful showcase.
Leading the charge was Dr. Daren Heyland. He's won funding to head up a new national research network aimed at improving healthcare for...Read more
Eight world leaders in Patient and Family Centred Care were at our hospital last week.
Staff and advisors from the Georgia Health Sciences Health System (GHS) were here on a mission. Over two days they held workshops with our staff and physicians to share what they've learned over the years....Read more
A new research network focused on improving healthcare for an aging population positions Canada as a global leader in providing the highest quality of care for the seriously ill elderly.
Daren Heyland, Queen's professor of medicine will lead the Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network (TECH VALUE NET) as its...Read more