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GRH seeks meal assistant volunteers to support better nutrition for older patientsSeptember 21, 2017
GRH is seeking a few volunteers to support mealtime for older adults in the hospital. The hospital is actively recruiting meal assistant volunteers in its acute care for elders (ACE) unit at the KW Campus.
Congratulations to critical care specialist Dr. Paul Hosek, winner of GRH's award of excellenceSeptember 20, 2017
Dr. Paul Hosek, a long-time critical care physician, has won Grand River Hospital’s latest award of excellence for his outstanding patient care and leadership in many areas.
KW Campus vendor Mia Fresco wins GRH team award of excellenceSeptember 19, 2017
First the first time, a vendor at Grand River Hospital has won a team award of excellence for their service to patients, visitors and care providers. Mia Fresco has served GRH's KW Campus community for two years.
The keys to being a great volunteer at GRHSeptember 14, 2017
There are some special traits that help make the 1,000 volunteers at Grand River Hospital the best they can be.
And two of the people who see the great attributes of our volunteers daily are Susan Entz and Owen Roszell.
GRH conducts butterfly release for World Suicide Prevention Day 2017September 10, 2017
Staff, patients and families at GRH’s KW and Freeport campuses have marked World Suicide Prevention Day 2017 with combined butterfly releases.
Judah’s story: Pediatric cancer care close to homeSeptember 7, 2017
Learn about how GRH's pediatric cancer clinic helped young Judah in his treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
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Supporting someone having suicidal thoughtsSeptember 7, 2017
Leading up to World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10th, GRH mental health peer navigator Andrew Torrens provides insight into how to support someone having suicidal thoughts.
Partnership in mental health education recognized with Conestoga College awardSeptember 5, 2017
Grand River Hospital and Conestoga College recently marked their education partnership as GRH’s mental health and addictions program received the Leadership Award for Exemplary Education/Practice Collaboration from the college.
New technology improves children’s tonsillectomy recoveryAugust 18, 2017
Grand River Hospital is bringing vastly-improved technology to a childhood rite of passage: having one’s tonsils removed.
Spotlight: on-going learning is key at Grand River HospitalAugust 14, 2017
To advance care at a hospital, learning has to be constant. Grand River Hospital has on-going education occurring throughout the hospital tailored to the varying needs of care providers.