After months of behind the scenes planning, the shovels will be in the ground next week as the City of Kingston begins its road construction project around Kingston General Hospital in early July. Taggart Construction will be on site for the two-year project to replace...Read more

This year’s Relay for Life event has now crossed the finish line and Kingston General Hospital certainly has some big reasons to celebrate.

Fourteen KGH teams took part on June 6 in the overnight fundraising event run by the Canadian Cancer Society with support...Read more

When it comes to mentors, it's hard to beat our partners from Georgia Regents Health. Not only are they recognized as being world leaders in Patient- and Family-Centred Care, but they visit our hospital each year to talk about its value and check in our progress.

Last week,...Read more

If you’ve been over to the Burr 0 lobby this week, you’ll have noticed it looks a little different. A redesign of the space is all part of an effort to improve flow in the area and make it easier for patients when they come in for appointments.

One of...Read more

As the old saying goes, in Canada there are two seasons, winter and road construction. Well, the weather is warming up, and we will begin to see some significant work starting around the hospital in a couple of weeks.

As you may recall, the City of Kingston will begin construction...Read more

With the provincial election set to go on Thursday, June 12, teams of volunteers are supporting patient- and family-centred care this week by fanning out across the hospital to ask patients if they would like to vote in the advanced poll. Volunteers Heather Breck and Brenda Bartlett had a busy...Read more

It may seem like a small part of the overall care we provide for our patients, but a hospital identification band is one of the most important tools we have to keep our patients safe. That’s why KGH is launching an education blitz to remind our staff, patients and families...Read more

It goes without saying that patients want to move quickly and seamlessly from one place to another once they arrive at our hospital. That’s why we’ve been busy over the past year looking for ways we can improve patient flow and thereby prevent gridlock.

So far, 20 improvement opportunities have...Read more