Laughter, tears and life-long lessons: Remembering the JGH School of Nursing
Graduates of the now-defunct JGH School of Nursing (class of 1971) mark their 50th anniversary by reminiscing about what made their education so unique.
From the archives: Why are there sinks in some administrative offices in Pavilion A?
Drop into one of the older administrative offices in Pavilion A, and you’ll find it outfitted with a desk, computer, bookshelves—and a sink.
From the archives: The JGH’s best dressed team of tiny healthcare staff
Members of the JGH’s best dressed healthcare team—more than 100 strong—are just 15 to 30 centimetres tall and are based in a pair of display cases in the first-floor passageway between Pavilions C and G.
From the archives: What every good nurse should know
Page from a promotional booklet in 1955 highlighting the courses offered to students at the JGH School of Nursing.
From the archives: Promotional booklet for the JGH School of Nursing
A promotional booklet published during the 1950s touted recreational aspects of the JGH School of Nursing, including sunbathing on the roof of Pavilion A, swimming privileges at the YM-YWHA, dances and an elegant drawing room.
From the archives: Lamps for students in the JGH School of Nursing
At a special ceremony in the 1950s, students in the JGH School of Nursing were given a small lamp reminiscent of the one held by Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.
Calling JGH Nursing graduates of 1965!
Members of the 1965 graduating class of the JGH School of Nursing are invited to a gala 50th-anniversary reunion at the hospital on Oct. 30 and 31 and Nov. 1.