In part 2 of his Q&A conversation, Dr. Justin Cross explains why developing a Connected Health Record presents such significant challenges.
Premature infants who have difficulty swallowing are now being assessed in the NICU, instead of being transferred elsewhere for evaluation.
Artwork by a teenage artist, inspired by her mother’s battle with lung cancer, is going on display at the JGH.
Dr. Emily Kay-Rivest has joined the JGH Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery as a specialist in ear and skull base surgery.
At the CIUSSS’s Public Information Meeting, leaders said ongoing improvements to care are possible only if change is embraced.
Although exercise is recognized as being good for cancer patients, hematologist Dr. Nathalie Johnson is taking a closer look at how it helps those with lymphoma.
In the high-tech environment of telehealth, new skills and techniques are being developed to maintain trust and intimacy between healthcare users and providers.
Despite its setbacks during the COVID-19 pandemic, The JGH Auxiliary is embarking on new efforts to keep raising funds for better patient care.
Many Hope & Cope volunteers were troubled by not being allowed to see cancer patients in person during the pandemic, but now those ties are being re-established.
Looking for information about blood clots, deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolisms? A new JGH website has the information you need.