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QHC honours National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
QHC honours National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The QHC team commemorated the first annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30, by participating in Orange Shirt Day and attending a live Zoom awareness event held by QHC's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee. The day was an opportunity for staff across QHC hospitals to reflect on the tragic history of more than 150,000 First Nations, Metis and Inuit children forced to attend residential school systems in Canada between the 1870s and 1997. Stacey Daub, QHC’s President and CEO, opened the live Zoom session and expressed the importance of the day as an
QHC Update to the Community
Dear Community Members, I believe it’s vital to keep our communities apprised of the challenges and opportunities facing our hospitals and our team of dedicated staff and physicians at Quinte Health Care (QHC).  The unrelenting pressures of navigating COVID has significantly impacted an already strained health care system, while also reinforcing the power of innovation and teamwork.  It will take proactive partnerships and a commitment to true collaboration to support our patients, teams and communities in the months and year ahead.  It’s with that spirit of collaboration that I
Help Re-Imagine the future of Quinte Health Care
This fall, Quinte Health Care is embarking on a journey to re-imagine the future of QHC and our community hospitals.  Through our strategic planning efforts, we intend to reach out far and wide – connecting with citizens, patients, families, partners and all our QHC team members across our diverse communities – to get your insights, hopes and aspirations for our hospitals and for our future. Our goal is to collectively re-imagine and co-design the future of QHC and our community hospitals together. Diverse perspectives make us stronger and your voice is critical in this process. 
Stacey Daub's Reflections
I joined Quinte Health Care as President and CEO in January 2021 and, as you can imagine, it has been an unusual time to join an organization as a new leader. Despite the challenges of joining QHC in the midst of a global pandemic, my onboarding at this time of the organization’s history has provided me with many insights into the resiliency and strengths of the organization and the people who come to work every day to serve their patients and community. The pandemic has also magnified some new, and long standing, challenges and opportunities facing QHC. I believe it is my role to build on
#4MyTeam - Dr. Adam Zoccoli
“I wanted to express my gratitude to the wonderful staff working the morning of Sunday, July 4 at Trenton Memorial Hospital. I went to emergency before 7am because I woke up with a badly swollen right eye. I'm normally a fairly anxious person but was even more apprehensive given that we are in a pandemic, it was my first time going to emergency, my first time at TMH, and I didn't have my health card with me. Everyone was very friendly and kind. I am particularly appreciative of the resident physician Dr. Z who attended to me -- wish I knew his name but I didn't have my glasses
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