It’s common for patients in need of critical care to experience some loss of muscle strength during their stay in an intensive care unit (ICU). Unfortunately, even if the patient was strong and mobile before their illness or injury, this can cause long-term issues with weakness and mobility.

“Most patients...Read more

In Kingston, over 47 per cent of the community has signed up to be an organ and tissue donor through the Trillium Gift of Life Network (TGLN) which is an impressive feat when compared to the provincial average of 32 per cent. This support from our Kingston community is in large part...Read more

KHSC's Critical Care Program is embracing a new way of helping to deliver patient- and family-centred care. As of this month, nurses in the program are carrying out standardized patient bedside handovers. 

 “We hear from our families and patients that they want to be more involved with their care planning...Read more

Organ and tissue donations save hundreds of lives across the province each year. Now, Kingston Health Sciences Centre is being called out for being leaders in organ and tissue donations.

A recent report by Trillium Gift of Life Network shows that at the KGH site, 100 per cent...Read more