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Jul 15, 2019

Advocating for Skin-to-skin after C-section

When Megan Canning had her baby boy by C-section, it was incredibly important to her that she could snuggle skin-to-skin right away. Megan and her beautiful little newborn got that precious moment. St. Joe’s Women’s & Infants’...

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Jul 8, 2019

Bringing Elvis to the lobby

Cindy Urech was waiting for her dad to have an operation at St. Joe's Charlton Campus when she heard a "wonderful" musician playing piano in the lobby. The music helped take the edge off a tense situation for her family. A musician herself, she...

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Jun 26, 2019

“I want to be the person I felt I needed when I was younger”

Mackenzie first sought help at the Youth Wellness Centre in 2016 after the death of her mother. Since then, she has been accessing peers support and counselling.  Watch as Mackenzie shares her journey: The Youth Wellness Centre is located in the...
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Jun 10, 2019

Staff-designed Hamilton skyline mural uplifts Emergency Entrance

“Colour has a huge impact on how a person experiences a space. I want this artwork to resonate with everyone that enters our Emergency. I want to leave a positive and lasting mark on them,” says Jessy Ho. Earlier this year, Jessy was tasked...

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Jun 7, 2019

Exemplary Standing, second time in a row!

We are delighted to announce that St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton has received our final decision from the Accreditation on-site survey in May and have been granted a decision of: Accredited with Exemplary Standing – the highest rating...

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May 31, 2019

Laryngeal cancer survivors find their voice

Margaret Cronkwright found out she had to have her larynx removed within one week. Victor Grikes had his larynx removed when he was 70 years old. Now at 90, he’s been communicating through a stoma for 20 years. Margaret and Victor are survivors of...

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