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Fit to Sit program will help reduce ambulance offload delays
Fit to Sit program will help reduce ambulance offload delays
Across Ontario, crowded hospital emergency departments (EDs) are under pressure to care for an increasing number of patients with limited existing resources. Wait times for patients brought to ED by ambulance has become an ongoing challenge; tying up Hastings Quinte Paramedic Services during transfer of care, resulting in: delays in patient care, increased risk to patients, and increased workload, stress and fatigue of staff. Fit to Sit is a joint program between Hastings Quinte Paramedic Services and Quinte Health Care (QHC) through which patients arriving at QHC hospitals by ambulance
COVID Outbreak Status at QHC Hospitals
Quinte Health Care’s COVID-19 outbreak numbers can be viewed on the Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) COVID-19 Dashboard.  Update - May 16, 2022 There is a COVID outbreak on Quinte 6 at Belleville General Hospital. Care partners on that unit are restricted to essential only and will be determined case-by-case. Any care partners permitted must undergo rapid antigen testing at the screening station (including those who are vaccinated). The following control measures are in place at Quinte Health Care: Active daily screening of staff and all patients for
Comfortable and Cared For in TMH Emergency Dept.
"Elisha provided outstanding care to me during my visit at TMH. She was sensitive, compassionate but not too serious that I felt uncomfortable. She was relatable and able to make me laugh during an extremely uncomfortable procedure. I felt that she was invested in my case and took the time and care to come up with a solid plan. I was extremely stressed coming to TMH. I was dealing with a recurrent health issue that has depleted me physically and emotionally for the last 4 weeks. I felt like I had nothing left of me and was going to break at the drop of a dime. Elisha made me feel
Wonderfully kind in TMH Emergency Department
“I was at TMH Emergency Department recently with my daughter and I just wanted to thank the nurse that gave us care! Charmaine Williams was so wonderfully kind from triage to departure. The thing I loved most was she talked to Emma (who is 7) about her condition instead of talking around her to me. I felt as though she treated Emma as one of her own children and I knew we were in good hands! Charmaine, you turned a very stressful moment into a lesser one. 😊 Thank you so so much!" – Amanda  Charmaine Williams, Registered Nurse QHC Trenton Memorial Hospital, Emergency
New Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital moving to next stage
Province moves Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital redevelopment to tendering stage The Ontario government is moving the Quinte Health Care (QHC) Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital redevelopment project to the fourth stage of a five-stage project, paving the way to go to tender, Todd Smith, MPP for Bay of Quinte, announced April 26. The Ministry of Health has approved Quinte Health Care’s Stage 3.2 preliminary design drawings, allowing the hospital corporation to continue working with Infrastructure Ontario toward the new build. Stage 4 allows QHC to: Prepare detailed
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