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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

Have an extra coat in your closet?  With colder days just around the corner, your donation of a gently used winter coat could help to keep someone much warmer this coming chilly season.

Partnered up again this year, our Hotel Dieu Hospital site and St. Mary’s Cathedral will be collecting...Read more

The hospital body that champions patient and family-centred care is gearing up to honour a physician who exemplifies that approach to patient care every single day.

For the next three weeks the Kingston Health Sciences Centre Patient & Family Advisory Council will be seeking nominations for its Exceptional Healer:  Patient...Read more

As part of $32 million upgrade to Queen’s University’s Botterell Hall, George Street (near its intersection with Stuart Street) will be closed starting on Monday, October 16. It’s expected to reopen at the end of the week. (Note - George Street reopened to traffic on October 19)

Patients and families...Read more

A new stroke treatment is now available 24/7 at Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) and it’s already proving to be a game changer for some patients. KHSC has become one of a small number of hospitals in Ontario that is now able to offer this procedure, opening the door to...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

For women who face a breast cancer diagnosis, connecting with others who have gone through a similar experience and learning about treatment options are important steps to managing their diagnosis.

To help women with this process, the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario, along with the Canadian Cancer Society, has created...Read more

Dr. John Rudan, a KGH Research Institute clinician scientist and Queen’s University professor has been formally inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences Fellowship, one of Canada’s premier academic honours. An internationally recognized trailblazer in orthopaedic surgery, Dr. Rudan was selected for his global leadership, academic performance and scientific...Read more

In this year of milestones, Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KHSC) has added one more with the launch of a new residency program in adult clinical psychology, an opportunity to train the next generation of professional psychologists while boosting patient access to care.

Clinical psychologists currently work in KHSC patient care...Read more

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