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Apr 12, 2016

Kathie M. A volunteer with “St. Joe’s spirit”

Kathie Machida is one of close to 700 individuals who volunteer with St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton.

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Apr 11, 2016

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton Celebrates National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week, April 10th – 16th, is an annual event that celebrates the contributions of the millions of volunteers across Canada. 

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Apr 4, 2016

St. Joseph's Psychiatrist becomes the first Canadian to cross Cook Strait

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton Psychiatrist Dr. Marilyn Korzekwa became the oldest woman – and first Canadian – to swim across the Cook Strait at 58 years of age.

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Mar 31, 2016

Thank You! St. Joe’s staff changes 853 lives with United Way Burlington & Greater Hamilton

A special thank you was received from United Way Burlington & Greater Hamilton after they calculated the final numbers for the 2015 United Way campaign. St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, CUPE 786 and its employees raised a total of $35,377.95 which will help change the lives of 853 people.

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Mar 31, 2016

Can someone become addicted to psychic advice? Dr. James MacKillop shares his thoughts

Dr. James MacKillop, Peter Boris Chair in Addictions Research at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and Professor at McMaster University, was asked to share his thoughts on the compulsive seeking of psychic advice with the Toronto Star and W5. A...

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Mar 24, 2016

Canadian Physiotherapy Association Highlights In-Bed Cycling in Our ICU

Dr. Michelle Kho’s research aims to help patients recover faster from their stay in the ICU. Studies led by her and her team use the RT-300 supine bicycle, which allows patients to work on strengthening their legs while they are confined to their hospital bed.

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