The COVID-19 outbreak on Unit D, an inpatient unit at the Greater Niagara General Site, has been declared over. There are now no COVID-19 outbreaks at Niagara Health.
Since accepting self-referrals on May 25, Niagara Health Assessment Centre teams have completed over 2,100 tests. Over that time, more than 1,400 people have self-referred for a test or walked in to be tested.
Our Board of Directors wanted to share, in their own words, messages of support with Niagara Health staff and physicians for the exceptional work you are doing to provide high-quality care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Charlotte Corrie Poos will have quite a story to tell when she’s older about the timing of her birth.
Niagara Health is pleased to resume services for patients over the coming weeks and months using a gradual, phased approach.
The surgical team’s openness to doing things differently is what has struck Dr. Stephanie Phillips most about working during the pandemic.
During her 43 years in healthcare, Patty Welychka admits she’s never faced a bigger challenge than the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Ryan D’Sa is quick to respond when asked to describe the work of the Niagara Health team during the pandemic.
Hospitals across the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Burlington region are grateful for the Ontario government’s ongoing support as we continue to work together to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Niagara Health's Dr. Suneel Upadhye and his Docs That Rock bandmates weren’t about to back down from having their music heard during the pandemic.