During National Volunteer Week – April 18 to 24 – we are sending a special thank you to our dedicated team of volunteers.
Our teams are working extremely hard to do everything possible to minimize the impact on patient care at Niagara Health. But the unrelenting pressures on the healthcare system require we continue to adjust in order to build capacity for life-saving critical care for COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients.
An outbreak of COVID-19 has been declared on the sixth floor at Niagara Health’s Welland Site.
Tomorrow is National Advance Care Planning Day, and the palliative care team at Niagara Health is raising awareness about the importance of reflecting on and discussing decisions made at the end of life.
In the strongest terms, Niagara Health urges people of all ages to continue following public health measures to minimize further increases in COVID-19 cases in our region and help us protect capacity for life-saving critical care and other services amid unprecedented pressures on the healthcare system.
This comes in response to direction from Ontario Health.
Through guidance from Niagara’s Community Coordination Taskforce for COVID-19 Vaccination, child care, elementary and secondary school sectors have been prioritized for COVID-19 vaccination in Niagara region.
Niagara Falls man sharing his story to inspire others to register their consent for organ and tissue donation.
As we progress at our clinics and assessment centres, we will continue to provide updates. The best way to stay informed is to follow our COVID-19 updates.