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Jan 30, 2024

Monthly feature: Andrea Kinar 2023 Mission Legacy Award winner

Mid November we celebrated the 2023 Mission Legacy Award ceremony at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton. The Mission Legacy Award recognizes key individuals and departments / teams who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to contribute to the legacy...

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Jan 18, 2024

Meet Anita Hoang, the Nurse Practitioner who’s “filling the care gap” with Urgent Care Ontario

In 2023, one in five emergency department visits in Ontario involved patients going to the ER for non-urgent issues because they didn't have a family doctor or access to other services.   Anita Hoang is a Nurse Practitioner in St. Joe’s...

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Jan 16, 2024

St. Joe’s Food Drive Committee recognizes 15 years of giving back

Each month in Hamilton, 12,000 households rely on a food bank to put food on the table, according to Hamilton Food Share. While there’s been an alarming increase in the number of people relying on food banks, hunger and food insecurity are ongoing...

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Jan 8, 2024

Dr. Paul O’Byrne Appointed as Officer of the Order of Canada

The Governor General of Canada has announced the appointment of Dr. Paul O’Byrne as an Officer of the Order of Canada. He was cited for his "exceptional work in expanding our understanding of and ability to treat asthma, and for his contributions to...
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Jan 5, 2024

Honouring Dr. Michael Newhouse, leader in respiratory medicine

The family of Dr. Michael Newhouse this week announced his passing on Dec. 25, 2023, at the age of 88. (Michael Newhouse | Obituary | Hamilton Spectator (thespec.com)) Dr. Newhouse has left a permanent imprint on St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and...

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Jan 2, 2024

St. Joe’s, Ontario mental health partners pen letter to the Globe & Mail about tracking suicides

On November 30, the Globe and Mail published a story about a new surveillance tool tracking suicides in Great Britain. With rates of suicides increasing worldwide, experts believe tracking deaths by suicide, something not accurately monitored in Canada,...

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