Gary was experiencing stroke-like symptoms so his family doctor referred him to the Stroke Prevention Clinic. Three days later, he was in surgery.
Hamilton Health Sciences has launched a new initiative to make the hospital a more inclusive place for patients, families, and employees who are transgender.
There are no grey areas when it comes to sexual assault. If you’ve experienced any form of sexual assault, it’s important to seek help. Maddie, a sexual assault survivor, shares her story with us and what her road to recovery looks like.
An innovative model of care at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital hopes to expand the treatment options available for the area’s opioid crisis.
Chase from Cambridge was an active nine-year-old who was passionate about hitting home runs and scoring goals. Then he found himself unable to participate in sports because of a life-altering diagnosis.
The tele-resuscitation system uses video conferencing-like technology that allows McMaster Children’s Hospital to remotely coach their colleagues at Niagara Health through advanced techniques to stabilize patients as quickly as possible. Lucas was the first live case using the technology and it saved his life.
Our West Niagara Mental Health team at West Lincoln Memorial Hospital is launching a research project to help healthcare providers support youth and young adults with mental health issues.
Dr. Harriette Van Spall, a cardiologist at Hamilton Health Sciences is exploring the services needed to help heart failure patients live long and well…
Hamilton Health Sciences is implementing a staff education program called The Working Mind (TWM) to address and promote mental health and reduce the stigma of mental illness in the workplace.
Michele has treated thousands of people with cancer. She shares her perspective on resilience and clarity – two positive side effects of this awful disease.
Throughout his career, Dr. Brian Egier made sure his patients could die a good death in the ICU. Then his time came, much sooner than expected.