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Exciting news from Hospital activities as well as reports from the CEO are available and will be updated with new information as it becomes available!

  • New Emergency Department Project Update January 2017
    1/23/2017

    Message from the CEO GDH January 2017 New Emergency Department Project Update It is with great anticipation and orderly accountability that I bring to the communities of Greenstone an update on the hospital’s new emergency department project. Remembering that we are working with and must follow ...

  • Health Quality Ontario Advisors Council_Backgrounder
    1/4/2017

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  • GDH Raises Funds at Annual Christmas Dance (Dec. 2016)
    12/12/2016

    GDH Raises Funds at Annual Christmas Dance (Dec. 2016) From left to right: Back row - Lori McDonald, Jenny Leuenberger, Kathy Michaud Front row - Luisa Wilson, Want-a-Pet President, Kassandra Maunula The Employee Health and Wellness Committee at Geraldton District Hospital is pleased to announce, that ...

  • Message from the CEO GDH Dec 2016
    12/8/2016

    Message from the CEO GDH Dec 7 2016 The Patients First Act, 2016 Ontario’s healthcare system is changing and that is clearly shown by today’s passage of Bill 41 in the legislature: The Patients First Act, 2016 . Its goal is to create an improved health system, where all health system partners ...

  • Public Notice: Reminder- Appropriate Use of the Emergency Department
    12/5/2016

    Public Notice: Reminder- Appropriate Use of the Emergency Department Geraldton District Hospital is reminding the public about appropriate use of the emergency department. Due to seasonal conditions, the hospital is experiencing an increase in patients, and is asking the public for assistance by utilizing ...

  • Hospital Auxiliary Donation
    10/20/2016

    Hospital Auxiliary Donation (Photo left to right: Dorothy Friske, Laurie Heerema, Lucy Bonanno, Myrna Letourneau) On Tuesday, October 18, 2016, Auxiliary Executive members Dorothy Friske and Myrna Letourneau presented the Geraldton District Hospital with a donation in the amount of $7,500. This was accomplished ...

  • Media Release: Health Links Program Being Developed in Greenstone
    10/13/2016

    Media Release: Health Links Program Being Developed in Greenstone October 2016 The Geraldton District Hospital will soon be improving care for people with complex conditions through an initiative called Health Links. This innovative approach brings together health care providers and community organizations to better ...

  • Health Links Program Being Developed in Greenstone
    10/13/2016

    Media Release: Health Links Program Being Developed in Greenstone October 2016 BACKGROUNDER Initiating Health Links in Ontario In December 2012, The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care launched integrated regional patient care networks called Health Links, with the goal of increasing communications between all members ...

  • Nine New Members Appointed to
    10/12/2016

    Nine New Members Appointed to NOSM Board of Directors Outgoing Members Thanked for Outstanding Service Using a combination of web- and teleconference connectivity across Northern Ontario, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) held its Annual Members and Board of Directors meetings on Wednesday, September 21, 2016. ...

  • MEDIA RELEASE Northern Ontario School of Medicine
    9/26/2016

    Northern Ontario School of Medicine MEDIA RELEASE September 2016 Nine New Members Appointed to NOSM Board of Directors Outgoing Members Thanked for Outstanding Service Using a combination of web- and teleconference connectivity across Northern Ontario, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) held its Annual Members and ...

  • 100 Canadians have opted for assisted death since law passed
    9/6/2016

    More than 100 Canadians have opted for assisted death since law passed Federal government is required to record assisted deaths but has yet to begin tracking numbers By Catherine Cullen Sep 02, 2016 Since the assisted dying law passed in mid-June, more than 100 patients have taken advantage of service, with only some provinces ...

  • CMA wants more federal funds to meet health costs tied to aging population
    9/6/2016

    CMA wants more federal funds to meet health costs tied to aging population The Globe and Mail Ottawa should provide a financial 'top-up' to help provinces and territories deal with the additional health costs caused by an aging population, the president of the Canadian Medical Association says. At least $1.6-billion a year more ...