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Community meeting to provide advice for healthy agingSeptember 19, 2016
GRH will devote its upcoming community meeting to addressing important topics in aging, and how individuals and families can prepare for healthy golden years. GRH will host the free event on Thursday September 29. It’ll take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Waterloo’s Luther Village on Father David Bauer Drive.
Renovations provide better post-surgery space for GRH patientsSeptember 18, 2016
Patients recovering from surgery have a better space thanks to a recently-completed renovation at GRH.
A New Strategic Plan for Regional Cancer Services in Waterloo WellingtonSeptember 15, 2016
The Waterloo Wellington Regional Cancer Program is proud to announce the launch of a new 2016-2019 plan for cancer services. For the first time, an extensive consultative process was undertaken with patients, families, care providers, staff and partners throughout Waterloo Wellington to identify the priorities for cancer care.
A vital part of care: thank you to environmental services staff during Environmental Services Week (Sept 12-16)September 12, 2016
Environmental Services Week takes place from September 12th to 16th. GRH is honouring its environmental services staff members whose efforts enables care for thousands of patients every year.
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
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.