On Dec. 3, seven partner hospital organizations, representing 14 hospitals in Central East Ontario, will introduce Epic – a new, digital clinical information system (CIS) that will provide a single, unified personal health record for each patient.
‘COVID theatre’ doesn't reflect the fact that surface transmission is rare
The early days of the COVID-19 pandemic were filled with speculation, educated guesses on the part of the medical community, and mostly a lot of unknowns.
Ross Memorial Hospital hosted its annual Long Service and Excellence Awards in the hospital’s cafeteria, celebrating RMH staff and physicians marking significant milestones at the hospital, along with individuals nominated by their peers in specific categories of excellence.
Tim Shauf’s hometown in southern Alberta had no hospital. The nearest hospital was three towns away. That’s why he looks upon the Ross Memorial as a rock of security and community.
The Ontario government is improving access to mental health and addictions care for unserved and underserved areas in Kawartha Lakes and surrounding areas by investing in a new mobile mental health and addictions clinic.
OAO wants to build sustainable system says group's president
Ontario optometrists will no longer be providing OHIP insured eye exams until further notice, making good on a warning their professional association made in January.
After months of operating large mass immunization clinic sites in Cobourg, Minden, Fenelon Falls and Campbellford, the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit is shifting its COVID-19 vaccination efforts in the coming weeks in favour of launching more pop-up clinics instead.