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May 8, 2020

Mother's Day at St. Joe's

St. Joe's Healthcare Heroes show up for work every day and keep our hospital running. Many of them also play another important role at home: Mom. To celebrate our superhero moms this weekend we asked just a few of them to share their "why" with us and...

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May 7, 2020

The way I see Hamilton, one year later

One year ago, I took a photo in front of the St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton sign at Charlton Campus. Beaming, it was my first week as president of the hospital. Flash-forward to a photo of myself today, and I am still beaming. Oh what a year this...

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May 5, 2020

Mental Health Support for Health and Community Care Workers During COVID-19

Health and community care workers have shown incredible strength. But even the strongest among us need help sometimes. For health and community care workers, anxiety, exhaustion and compassion fatigue are all normal responses in this pandemic. It’s...
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May 4, 2020

Mental Health Week 2020: Colour to Cope with COVID-19 Anxiety

Every May, people in Canadian communities, schools, workplaces and legislatures rally around Canadian Mental Health Association Mental Health Week. This year, we've teamed up with the Canadian Mental Health Association, Hamilton branch and the City of...

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May 1, 2020

Celebrating Doctor's Day 2020

COVID-19 has presented physicians across our hospital with unprecedented challenges. This pandemic has also offered a complex and demanding opportunity to provide special care for COVID patients, to learn, to teach, to innovate and to study. We asked four...

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Apr 29, 2020

St. Joe's Emergency Department training, learning, saving

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton (SJHH) Emergency Physicians and members of the Hamilton Paramedic Service (HPS) conducted a successful simulation April 16. The simulation involved transferring a presumed COVID-19 “patient” in critical...

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