Drs. Paula James and David Lillicrap were given an unexpected honour at the annual meeting of the National Hemophilia Foundation in Chicago last month. They were named “Researchers of the Year” at the event's big awards banquet.
“It was a bit of a surprise to us, but certainly a thrill...Read more
A sizeable crowd turned on Nov. 10, 2011 for our hospital's first KGH Connect event. The topic of the evening was “Patients Know Best” and who better to speak to it than four of our Patient Experience Advisors.
Each took a turn explaining why they became advisors and why they...Read more
KGH is ranked among Canada's Top 40 Research Hospitals in a first-ever compilation that showcases the important role that hospitals play in the country's research landscape.
The list ranks each hospital based on how much research income it generated from all sources. With just over $16 million in research income...Read more
Patient flow boards, bullet rounds and interprofessional charting are new concepts at KGH, implemented as part of a new model of care known as the Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Model, or ICPM.
The new model, designed by KGH staff and physicians, is transforming the way care is delivered at KGH. The...Read more
New strategy to dovetail with KGH 2015: Strategy for achieving Outstanding Care, Always.
The view from Brenda Carter's office is getting more interesting by the day. She's the Regional Vice President for the South East Regional Cancer Program, and her office overlooks the newly opened lobby in the Burr wing....Read more
Formed in February 2010, the Patient and Family Advisory Council is made up of 27 former patients or family members of patients who come to the table with their own stories, their families' stories, wanting to work with KGH to improve the patient experience. They drive and guide change as...Read more
Welcome to KGH Connect, our virtual community for people who want to stay involved with and connected to life at Kingston General Hospital.
In 2009 and 2010, we reached out to over 2,000 people in the Kingston community to start a conversation about how we could transform the patient and...Read more