Thank You Rounds, which took place during the end of July, were a way for Niagara Health's Executive Team and senior leaders to thank staff and physicians in person for the extraordinary care they provide to patients and families.
For Heather Paterson, staying connected with our teams, patients and families is her biggest priority during the pandemic.
It's the simple things that Lydia Mazzuto is embedding into her daily routine, that are having the biggest impact on her well-being through the pandemic.
Kathy Newport, a Business Systems Analyst with our Information and Communications Technology Team based out of the Welland Site, works with departments across Niagara Health to ensure they have the technical support they need to provide extraordinary care to our patients.
For Dr. Andre Maddison, the biggest clinical challenge with COVID-19 has been the uncertainty, in particular with our palliative patients.
Having a sense of community is the feeling of fellowship with others as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests and goals.
It has been a busy time for Spiritual Care staff at Niagara Health during the pandemic.
Joan Ritchie is thankful she can stay in the comfort of her home for her monthly appointment with her Niagara Health oncologist during the pandemic.
“The pandemic was above and beyond anything we have ever seen."