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The Dietitian's Dish: back to school means back to lunch making (part three)September 12, 2016
Check out some healthy and fun school lunch ideas.
GRH takes part in first ever butterfly release on World Suicide Prevention DaySeptember 10, 2016
In honour of World Suicide Prevention Day on Saturday September 10th, Grand River Hospital took part in a butterfly release at its KW Campus.
GRH encourages family and friends to spot the warning signs of suicide and act nowSeptember 9, 2016
To mark World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th, GRH is asking loved ones and friends to reach out to help individuals showing warning signs of suicide risk.
The Dietitian's Dish: back to school means back to lunch making (part two)September 5, 2016
As back to school arrives, our dietitians offer healthy tips and ideas for lunchtime.
Better emergency dept. information gathering supports health and independence for seniorsAugust 29, 2016
GRH is improving senior care and receiving international attention thanks to an innovative tool at use in its emergency department.
The Dietitian's Dish: back to school means back to lunch making (part one)August 29, 2016
With back to school fast approaching, our dietitians offer some healthy tips and ideas for lunches.
Nancy Evans: an award-winning provider of life-sustaining careAugust 24, 2016
Nancy Evans, a GRH nurse leader who helps people undergoing life-sustaining kidney treatment at home, has won GRH's latest award of excellence for her care and dedication.
KW Campus emergency parking lot re-opensAugust 23, 2016
Work to rebuild GRH’s emergency department parking lot at the KW Campus is now complete. The lot at the intersection of King and Pine streets has now re-opened for patients, families and visitors.
City of Waterloo Councillor Diane Freeman supports local cancer centre through Pete Viol’s Chowder TourAugust 22, 2016
City of Waterloo Councillor Diane Freeman along with fellow cyclist Barbara Robinson, will join Sergeant Pete Viol of the Waterloo Regional Police Service for a leg of his long-distance ride in support of Grand River Regional Cancer Centre.
GRH staff and physicians show their Hip prideAugust 20, 2016
On the day of the Tragically Hip's final show in Kingston, GRH staff and physicians recalled their favorite Hip songs.