Ross Memorial Hospital is impressing upon the local community the severity of the challenges the hospital is facing today due to high patient volumes and a second COVID-19 outbreak.
Two Bobcaygeon long-term care homes and one Lindsay retirement home are a few of the local connections involved in a province-wide quest to boost numbers of personal support workers.
As part of the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspector’s national awareness campaign, the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit (HKPR District Health Unit) is highlighting the work of its 16 Public Health Inspectors (PHI) in Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton County, and Northumberland County.
Water is an essential part of life. We drink it, bathe in it, and during the hot summer days we swim, play and enjoy recreational activities in it.
Ross Memorial is pleased to welcome Dr. Glasine Lawson, obstetrician/gynecologist to the hospital. Lawson grew up in Toronto and attended… Continue reading “RMH welcomes Dr. Glasine Lawson to new Dr. Gargi Bhatia Family Birthing Centre”
Kawartha Lakes Health Care Initiative (KLHCI) is pleased to announce that Dr. Luke Johnson will begin practicing with the Kawartha North Family Health Team (KNFHT) at their Fenelon Falls clinic starting in July.
Ross Memorial Hospital and Kawartha Lakes Paramedic Services are partnering to implement a new program called Fit2Sit beginning on May 30 that will help reduce delays and allow paramedics to get back into service within the community faster.