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Care and compassion in PECMH Emergency
Care and compassion in PECMH Emergency
“I have had to attend Emergency at Prince Edward Memorial in Picton 3 times recently and was taken care of most thoroughly, competently, and with kindness. One transfusion the first time, two units of blood on the 3rd occasion. I can't praise this hospital enough...complete care and consideration. Thank you Doctors Hayward Stewart and Holton.” – a grateful patient   Shelley Welsh RN, Dr Amber Hayward Stewart and Claire Hutton RN  
Phenomenal care on BGH Quinte 7
“I would like to thank Dr. Emily Stern and her team for taking such good care of me and for making the delivery of my son absolutely amazing! Also a big thank you to all the nurses I had the chance to interact with while I was there. I couldn’t have asked for a better experience for delivering my first child. The staff on Quinte 7 are phenomenal and will make you feel comfortable when you’re scared! I can’t thank you all enough for everything!” – a grateful patient Some of the phenomenal care providers on Quinte 7 at Belleville General Hospital. From left: Alex Harder, RN;
Updates to visiting policy and screening at QHC
Patients and their families entrust Quinte Health Care to care for them when they are at their most vulnerable. Hospitals have a duty to ensure that patients are cared for in a safe environment and that our team members have a safe working environment so they remain well.  QHC also recognizes the support that care partners can play in patient safety, well-being and recovery.  As we balance the need for safety, with the important role care partners play, we continue to have some limitations on care partner and visitor access at this time.  Please see the Visiting page of our website for
Wait times impacted by staffing shortages
The emergency departments at QHC hospitals are experiencing considerable staffing shortages. This will significantly impact our emergency department wait times, particularly for those experiencing non-emergency health issues.   We are asking that individuals feeling unwell please refer to the infographic below to determine if the Emergency Department is the correct place to receive care based on the symptoms you are experiencing.   If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please do proceed to the nearest emergency department. Those in need of non-emergency medical assistance,
QHC Board recognizes two incredible partners in care
Imagine you are an elderly patient with multiple health issues, but you don’t have a primary care provider to check in with when you’re experiencing a new health concern or require a medication renewal.  Or imagine you are a new parent welcoming your newborn into the world. You feel safe and cared for while on the Maternity unit but once you and your baby are discharged, you don’t have a consistent care provider to follow up with for help with feeding concerns or to ensure your baby is meeting growth milestones. For many people in our communities, this is a reality. They are
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