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Putting family first in the Quinte 7 Special Care Nursery
Putting family first in the Quinte 7 Special Care Nursery
Imagine you’ve just delivered your baby. He’s a beautiful baby boy but a little premature and he’s not quite ready to breastfeed. He needs a feeding tube and some extra time in QHC’s Special Care Nursery. Maybe this isn’t how you pictured your baby’s first days – you thought you’d both be home by now – but this is a common scenario and QHC’s Quinte 7 Maternal Child Unit staff are doing everything they can to ensure you’re a partner in the planning and care of your baby, even if you can’t be with him every minute. The goal of QHC’s “Person- and Family-Centred
Nursing Job Fair - September 27 Join Our Team! #HuntingforMoreHeroes
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June 2019 Vital Signs newsletter!
Check out this month's great stories! Exemplary Standing/Appreciation BBQs! QHC's stroke achievements Improving assessment and treatment of pain #4MyTeam - some of QHC's exceptional people This month's Spotlight Physicians TMH's Angie Clements, MRT, recognized by Board Click here to read all about it!
QHC welcomes five new board members
Click here to view Quinte Health Care's 1-page Annual Report for 2018/19 During Quinte Health Care's Annual General Meeting yesterday evening in Trenton, the Board elected five new members.  The following slate of nominees were elected to fill the vacant positions on the QHC Board of Directors.   Three-year term (2019 - 2022) • Jessica Anderson  • Nancy Evans • Tamara Kleinschmidt  • Christian Savageau    Two-year term (2019 - 2021) • Ross Rae   The newly elected Board Members join John Kearns, David MacKinnon, Lisa O’Toole, Patrick
Patients attending Quinte Health Care’s Oncology Clinic now have symptom management support after hours!
Cancer Care Ontario has funded a new Symptom Management Telephone Support line for all active treatment patients in QHC's Oncology Clinic. The telephone support line – CAREpath – will enable patients to access oncology certified nurses for symptom management, reducing possible emergency department visits or worsening of symptoms. Nurses in the community also have the option to call this number during after-hours for guidance. #SupportingSeamlessCare  #WeAllHelpProvideCare
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