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Message to the community from Lynn Guerriero, Niagara Health President and Interim CEO

Message to the community from Lynn Guerriero, Niagara Health President and Interim CEO

Posted Apr 1st, 2021

As we head into the long weekend, it’s important we remain vigilant with public health measures, including masking, physical distancing and hand washing, to slow the spread of COVID-19.

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Transition plan in place for Oakwood Park Lodge

Transition plan in place for Oakwood Park Lodge

Posted Mar 31st, 2021

Niagara Health and Conmed Health Care Group are transitioning out of a voluntary management agreement for Oakwood Park Lodge, effective today.

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Digital identity service to place patients at the centre of their care

Digital identity service to place patients at the centre of their care

Posted Mar 30th, 2021

Niagara Health, Southlake Regional Health Centre, North York General Hospital, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and their technology partners, IDENTOS and SecureKey Technologies, are proud to introduce the Ontario trusted account

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Premier Doug Ford visits the Seymour-Hannah hospital vaccination clinic

Premier Doug Ford visits the Seymour-Hannah hospital vaccination clinic

Posted Mar 29th, 2021

Ontario Premier Doug Ford visited the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at the Seymour Hannah Sports & Entertainment Centre on Monday, March 29 to see first hand the #TeamNiagara approach to fighting COVID-19.

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Intensive Care Unit Research Program is Niagara Health’s 20th Leading Practice

Intensive Care Unit Research Program is Niagara Health’s 20th Leading Practice

Posted Mar 24th, 2021

A Niagara Health program that fosters research in the Intensive Care Unit has been internationally recognized as a Leading Practice by Health Standards Organization and Accreditation Canada.

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Niagara Health partners with family doctors to vaccinate people 75 years of age and older against COVID-19

Niagara Health partners with family doctors to vaccinate people 75 years of age and older against COVID-19

Posted Mar 19th, 2021

Over the next several days only, Niagara Health is working with family doctors in the community to directly schedule residents 75 years of age and older to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Additional long-term care beds for Niagara Health ‘great news’ for region

Additional long-term care beds for Niagara Health ‘great news’ for region

Posted Mar 19th, 2021

Niagara Health will be better able to meet the needs of our aging population thanks to provincial funding to expand capacity at our long-term care home in Welland.

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Pausing to remember

Pausing to remember

Posted Mar 11th, 2021

A message to the Niagara Health team from President and Interim CEO Lynn Guerriero.

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Niagara Health partners with family doctors to vaccinate residents 80 years of age and older against COVID-19

Niagara Health partners with family doctors to vaccinate residents 80 years of age and older against COVID-19

Posted Mar 11th, 2021

Over the next several days only, Niagara Health is working with family doctors in the community to directly schedule residents 80 years of age and older to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. These vaccinations will take place at the hospital’s clinic at Seymour Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre in St. Catharines.

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Another advancement in infant care at Niagara Health

Another advancement in infant care at Niagara Health

Posted Mar 10th, 2021

Our tiniest patients are receiving enhanced care thanks to new technology in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

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