The Kingston General Hospital Auxiliary has wrapped up another successful Teddy Bear Campaign, surpassing their 2015 goal of $20,000. Over the course of the six week campaign the Auxiliary saw more than 200 teddy bears sponsored, each for $100.
The campaign received overwhelming support from the community including donations from...Read more
You’ve likely heard about the Syrian refugee crisis in the news and soon many of these new Canadians will be spending some time in our city. To help prepare, KGH is putting plans into place to support them if they need medical care.
In Kingston, we are expecting to see...Read more
The Kingston General Hospital Research Institute now has its own website. The site (www.kghri.ca), part of an overall website renewal project by Kingston General Hospital, focuses on research being done in the hospital by doctors and scientists, and includes a number of videos highlighting their work and their patients....Read more
Welcome to Kingston General Hospital's new website, now that you are here, you're sure to be in for a whole new experience. Along with an all-new look and feel, you’ll see the site has our commitment to Patient- and Family-Centred Care written all over it.
“When we decided it was time to...Read more
Along with aiming to provide Outstanding Care, Always to our patients, people at KGH are also working hard to support patients everywhere by generating new medical knowledge and by teaching the next generation of health-care professionals.
As one of Ontario’s 24 research hospitals, we are a member of the Council...Read more
The KGH Board of Directors has appointed Jim Flett as the hospital's interim President and CEO starting on January 1, 2016. It is part of a plan worked out by the board and the senior management team to ensure a smooth transition period before a new permanent CEO is hired....Read more
In a hospital that specializes in complex care such as cancer, stroke, cardiac and trauma, a pressure ulcer (also known as a bed sore) may seem like a minor medical condition. But for our patients, they can be quite painful, can lead to infection, and may result in a longer...Read more