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Cancer treatment can help improve the quality and longevity of your life, but sometimes the treatment can have negative effects in other areas that aren’t as obvious. One area that is often overlooked is the impact it can have on a patient’s sexual health.

A clinic run out of the...Read more

February 8 was a significant day for Kingston’s hospitals as our University Hospitals Kingston Foundation announced nearly $700,000 in donations from the community over the course of one afternoon.

Shoppers Drug Mart unveiled the total raised through their annual Growing Women's Health campaign which...Read more

Her strong commitment to putting patients and families at the centre of care has earned Dr. Shawna Johnston the 2018 Exceptional Healer Award from Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC).

Dr. Johnston was one of 21 physicians nominated by patients, families and staff for the annual award, created by...Read more

Kingston Health Sciences Centre’s Rapid Access Clinic occupies an unassuming space on Johnson 7 at our Hotel Dieu Hospital site. When you enter the clinic, it looks just like the many others that are spread out across our two hospital sites, however it’s playing a key role in...Read more

Patients in Southeastern Ontario on a specific type of chemotherapy are now benefiting from a novel approach to treatment and are receiving their care closer to home. 

Known as Vidaza, this injectable treatment is used for certain types of bone marrow cancers and blood cell disorders. Typically, patients on Vidaza receive it seven...Read more

Kingston Police have completed their investigation and the Queen's University parking garage located on Stuart Street has now reopened.

KHSC Staff, physicians, patients and families are now once again able to park in the garage.

We apologize for any inconvenience this closure may have caused and appreciate everyone’s patience.

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If you were to run into Josh and Andrew on an ordinary day, you would find them playing basketball, playing with Andrew’s dogs or having races together to determine the fastest runner (Andrew, more often than not).

For the past while, though, life for Andrew has not been ordinary and...Read more

On the evening of Tuesday, October 17 more than 170 people gathered at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts for BRA (Breast Reconstruction Awareness) Day, a special event geared to educating and informing women about their options around breast cancer treatment.

“We wanted to close the loop on...Read more

Has your life, or the life of a loved-one been impacted by a genetic condition? If so, you are invited to attend Kingston Health Sciences Centre’s Genetics Patient and Family Day on Saturday, October 14.

It’s a social and educational event for people and their families affected with a genetic...Read more

October marks Cervical Cancer Awareness week and to help bring attention to the importance of cervical cancer screening, the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario along with partners will be offering free pap smear clinics for women between the ages of 21 - 70, without the requirement of a health card...Read more

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