he JGH is now among a handful of hospitals in Quebec where a robotic arm is providing crucial guidance when the bone of a damaged knee must be cut precisely during total knee replacement. “This is the first time in my life as a surgeon that I’ve used an instrument …
For patients who qualify, getting a hip or knee replaced at the JGH no longer requires an overnight hospital stay.
Unable to buy a nutritious late-night snack, medical student Hamnah Majeed found an unusual solution: installation of a new vending machine at the JGH.
Before stepping down as Chair of the Research Board, Bessy Bitzas reflected on her role in keeping research safe and (scientifically) sound.
As a JGH volunteer, Rebecca Leroux loves helping patients and staff—and she has an angel-shaped pin on her jacket to symbolize their appreciation.
Artwork by a teenage artist, inspired by her mother’s battle with lung cancer, is going on display at the JGH.
Now that many COVID-19 restrictions have been eased, a steady stream of volunteers (newcomers and veterans alike) is coming forward again.
Lucie Tremblay and Céline Gélinas have received a top honour in nursing, with their induction as Fellows of the Canadian Academy of Nursing.
Health services for Ukrainians and other refugees urgently need an upgrade, says Dr. Christina Greenaway, a JGH expert on migrant health.