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  • Guide to North York General Hospital

    Posted by Steve Jones Fri, Jan 31, 2014 North York General Hospital is a community-based teaching and education facility with three locations that offer long-term services, acute care, and ambulatory services respectively. North York General has one of the largest and most comprehensive Family and ...
  • Your Guide to Humber River Regional Hospital

    Posted by Jeff Durish Wed, Jan 29, 2014 Humber River Hospital is a hospital network operating in the GTA and one of the largest regional acute care hospitals in Toronto and all of Canada. Currently running on three separate sites, Humber River Hospital has a total of 549 beds with approximately ...
  • Your Guide to St. Joseph's Health Centre

    Posted by Steve Jones Mon, Jan 27, 2014 St. Joe's motto, "Many faces, one mission," speaks to its commitment to diversity of the patients and staff and to outstanding care for all. With a history of more than 90 years, St. Joseph's is a community teaching hospital, drawing students with their rich ...
  • Your Guide to St. Michael's Hospital

    Posted by Steve Jones Wed, Jan 22, 2014 St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto is a medical centre and teaching hospital of the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine located in the central area of the city. Built with a mandate to take care of sick and under-privileged people living in Toronto's ...
  • Your Guide to Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care

    Posted by Jeff Durish Sun, Jan 19, 2014 Along with providing excellent in-home care that works with your finances, case management in and out of the hospital, compassionate personal support workers, and live-in caregivers, Qualicare Toronto is committed to educating Torontonians about Ontario health ...
  • 6 Non-Drug Therapies for Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

    Posted by Jeff Durish Thu, Jan 16, 2014 In today's healthcare landscape there are a wide variety of both pharmaceutical and alternative therapies for dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Doctors and neurological specialists have increasingly recognized non-drug related therapies as the type of ...
  • 2014 Brampton Events for Charity

    Posted by Steve Jones Wed, Jan 15, 2014 For many healthcare organizations the charitable donations and volunteer hours spent running, organizing and participating in special events can reinforce the local health system, giving people in that region a better quality of life. Without community ...
  • The Toronto Home Care Digest for January 19, 2014

    Posted by Steve Jones Sun, Jan 19, 2014 Get the latest home health care tips, news, and updates! FROM OUR BLOG... 6 Non-Drug Therapies for Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia In today's healthcare landscape there are a wide variety of both pharmaceutical and alternative therapies for dementia and ...
  • Mississauga Hospital and Trillium Health Partners Review CT Scans

    Posted by Jeff Durish Wed, Jan 8, 2014 In 2013, Trillium Health Partners ordered an external expert review of mammograms and CT scans after a local radiologist was found to have performance issues on the job. In early December, the results of that review were announced, concerning previous work at ...
  • 21 Ways to Get Active and Happy in Etobicoke

    Posted by Jeff Durish Mon, Jan 6, 2014 Now that the holidays are over, the decorations can be put away, family and friends have gone home, and life is beginning to go back to normal. After all the excitement and stress, it's natural to want to hole up at home and get some peace and quiet. It's ok to ...
  • The Toronto Home Care Digest for January 3, 2014

    Posted by Steve Jones Fri, Jan 3, 2014 Get the latest home health care tips, news, and updates! FROM OUR BLOG... 21 Ways to Get Active and Happy in Etobicoke Now that the holidays are over, the decorations can be put away, family and friends have gone home, and life is beginning to go back to ...