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GRH’s bed allocators: award-winning contributors to exceptional careMarch 13, 2017
Making beds available at a busy hospital like Grand River is a constant dance of admissions, discharges and transfers. Thankfully, GRH is fortunate to have a fabulous group of bed allocators who keep this dance moving smoothly.
Thank you to our social workersMarch 7, 2017
During this Social Work Month, we thank the dedicated social work providers making a difference for people throughout Grand River Hospital's specialized programs and services.
$2.5 million fundraising campaign brings latest in CT imaging to support Waterloo Region patientsMarch 2, 2017
Grand River Hospital has welcomed its next generation CT scanner to the hospital, capping off an enormous community effort to provide the latest in medical imaging for Waterloo Region patients.
Waterloo Wellington Regional Cancer Program encourages men and women to get checked regularly for colorectal cancerMarch 1, 2017
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Waterloo Wellington Regional Cancer Program with Cancer Care Ontario, is reminding Waterloo Wellington residents to get checked with a safe and painless take-home test. When caught early, nine out of 10 people diagnosed with colorectal cancer can be cured.
Family Day weekend brings new cancer treatment equipment to GRHFebruary 18, 2017
GRH has welcomed new cancer treatment equipment to support Waterloo Region patients.
Providing exceptional care during a busy seasonFebruary 10, 2017
It’s been a busy winter, and Grand River Hospital is working hard to provide patients the care they need.
Children’s clinical teaching unit provides exceptional care while supporting medical educationFebruary 10, 2017
GRH is hosting 60 medical learners a year in its children’s clinical teaching unit. Clinical teaching units are important in both providing care and bringing the latest in education and research to supporting the needs of patients.
Latest in cancer treatment planning equipment arrives at GRHFebruary 8, 2017
GRH has received its new CT simulator for cancer treatment. Radiation therapy providers use CT simulation to determine the exact location, shape, and size of the tumor to be treated.
Collaborative University of Waterloo-Grand River Hospital project awarded funds to improve quality of life for older adultsFebruary 3, 2017
An innovative and inexpensive tool kit to better assess balance and improve quality of life for older adults, as well as people who have suffered strokes, injuries, and other disorders has been awarded $50,000 to further testing and improvement.
Cancer centre renovations to allow for better care space and new equipmentFebruary 3, 2017
Staff members in GRH’s regional cancer centre are looking forward to some improved spaces as several renovation projects take place.