It's a notion our cardiac program took to heart some time ago -- put the patient first, and the rest will follow. A glance at our Q3 results show just how well the strategy is paying off. All of the program's milestones are coloured green, meaning they are right on...Read more
With just few words into a microphone, the action begins in the Simulation Lab on Douglas 3. On this day, a nurse and a paramedic are teaming up with a resident to try to resuscitate a pediatric mannequin. Dr. Damon Dagnone is one of the instructors watching the scene unfold...Read more
Have you ever seen the Kingston bus advertisements seeking people with springtime allergies for a new research study? They come from our own Anne Ellis, director of the Allergy Research Unit and Environmental Exposure Unit (EEU) at KGH. She's a provincial leader in clinical trials that help bring new allergy...Read more
This is our chance to share with you some of the success stories from our latest quarterly report against our long-term strategy and annual corporate performance goals.
Our third quarter ended December 31, 2011, and I'm pleased to report that 74 per cent of our milestone targets are on track....Read more
Ever wonder why we hiccup? A researcher from Kingston General Hospital and Queen's University has offered an explanation for the mysterious reflex, published today in the journal BioEssays.
Most common reflexes have been explained - sneezing clears irritants from our noses, coughing expels materials from our airways. The hiccup has...Read more