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Nov 18, 2019

2 Hamilton convents are closing, ending a remarkable era that helped build a caring city

Call them early feminists, or the founders of modern healthcare in Hamilton, but nuns are leaving a legacy CBC Hamilton | Samantha Craggs, CBC News Reporter  | November 17, 2019 When Sister Teresita McInally leaves the Sisters of St. Joseph...

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Nov 14, 2019

St. Joe’s Ranks Among Canada’s Top Research Hospitals of 2019

St. Joe’s Ranks Among Canada’s Top Research Hospitals of 2019 St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton ranked among the most research-intensive hospitals in the country for 2019, according to statistics published by Research Infosource. In the...

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Nov 12, 2019

Ontario program helps treat anxiety disorders during and after pregnancy that largely go unrecognized

Lacey Kempinski’s first six months of motherhood were a blur of anxiety. She was terrified of dropping her first-born son down the stairs. She put signs up around the house to remind visitors to wash their hands before touching him and had...

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Nov 6, 2019

Student Award Winners Help St. Joe’s Celebrate Research

Click here to view a photo album from Celebrate Research 2019. The power of positive reinforcement on self-esteem, reducing the risk of concussion in girls’ hockey, cross-resistance between disinfectants and clinical antibiotics – these...

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Nov 4, 2019

Providing State-Of-The-Art Care, Delivered With Compassion, Dignity And Respect, Every Time

St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton launches vision for 2025 with new strategic plan On Monday, November 4th St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton  launches its strategic plan for the next five years after a unique process shaped by the voices of...

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Oct 30, 2019

New Hope for Mom with Lung Disease and a New $2 Million Gift for Firestone

At 27 years-old, Melissa Sulpher found herself short of breath just trying to get up a flight of stairs. The mother of four has since learned she is one of 30,000 Canadians suffering from Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF), a chronic respiratory disease where...

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