Newstalk 610 CKTB Radio broadcast their program Niagara in the Morning live from our St. Catharines Site on Friday, June 28.
Over the course of the program, hosts Tim Denis and Shelby Knox interviewed several members of the Niagara Health team, Niagara Health Foundation CEO Roger Ali and a patient about a wide range of topics.
Check out the interviews.
THE POWER OF INNOVATION: Chief Information Officer Sime Pavlovic talked about Niagara Health using technology, like the Niagara Health Navigator, to transform healthcare. Listen here.
THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE: Chief Executive Officer Dr. Tom Stewart and Board Chair John Bragagnolo discussed the future of Niagara Health and the partnerships we have in place to achieve that future. Part 1 and Part 2.
REFLECTING ON AN EXTRAORDINARY YEAR: Suzanne Johnston, who stepped down from her role as NH president at the end of June, and Dr. Johan Viljoen, Interim Chief of Staff and Executive Vice President Medical, presented the year in review, highlighting the many accomplishments at Niagara Health this year. Listen here.
SUPPORTING NIAGARA HEALTH: Roger Ali, CEO of Niagara Health Foundation, talked about philanthropy and the important role the Foundation plays in raising money to purchase equipment that is not funded by the government. Listen here.
LEADING THE WAY: Executive Vice President Clinical Services Derek McNally and Research Lead and ICU physician Dr. Jennifer Tsang spoke about the 17 Leading Practices awarded to Niagara Health, as well as research being conducted here. Kidney Care Clinical Manager Cindy Bryson and dialysis patient Luc Lessard spoke about the innovative Amia system, which allows dialysis patients to receive treatment at home, while being remotely monitored by the Kidney Care team at Niagara Health. Listen here.