Carmine Posteraro considers himself a miracle.
Meet Anna Cobian, a member of the Corporate Communications team at Niagara Health.
Niagara’s two Assessment Centres, located in St. Catharines and Niagara Falls, are now accepting self-referrals from members of the public who would like to be tested for the COVID-19 virus.
Jaime Veldman says the most challenging part about working in the early days of the pandemic was stepping out of her comfort zone.
An outbreak of COVID-19 on the Trillium Unit at the Greater Niagara General Site is now over.
Something that separated Kelsey Perri from her regular role at Niagara Health has actually made her feel more connected to the organization.
Niagara Health was able to declare an end to the outbreak after 14 days of enhanced monitoring of patients and staff showed there had been no evidence of further transmission and no new additional COVID-19 cases on the unit.
Niagara Health is taking further precautions to ensure the safety of our patients, staff and physicians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s the heightened focus on infection control that is the most eye-opening part about working during the pandemic for Biomedical Engineering Technologist Abram Shihata.
Nurses have always been known for their compassionate, caring and giving nature. This week – National Nursing Week – is no exception, as Niagara Health nurses teamed up to donate money to support charitable organizations in our community.