KGHRI clinician scientist Ian Gilron is co-leading a new research network focused on chronic pain. 

Funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research under its Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) program, the  Chronic Pain Network represents the largest and most coordinated effort to advance knowledge and patient care for millions...Read more

It’s not just better lighting and the colourful new paint on the walls catching peoples’ attention these days around KGH. You may also have noticed the new TV screens that have been installed in several strategic locations, including waiting rooms and busy lobbies.

The screens are part of a partnership...Read more

The Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario (CCSEO), located at Kingston General Hospital has rolled out an innovative tool that allows the experiences of cancer patients to be captured and measured in real-time. The tool, built by Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) is called Your Voice Matters.

Each time a...Read more

March 31, 2016

A national, large-scale research project looking at gastrointestinal disease has been awarded $12.5 million from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.  Dr. Stephen Vanner, clinician-scientist at Kingston General Hospital and a professor at Queen’s University, will co-lead the project’s studies on Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

The IMAGINE ...Read more

New technology is coming to KGH that will raise the bar on how we deliver patient care. Our Automated Chemistry Track will streamline how patient specimens are tested in our Clinical Laboratory.

 “Lab test results are used to make clinical decisions about admission, discharge and diagnosis for our patients, so...Read more

Every day hundreds of specimens from patients are sent to our clinical laboratories for testing. All of them are important as they help decide the next steps in a patient’s care plan. To ensure fast and accurate testing, KGH has been focused on reducing the number of specimen...Read more

The annual Kinsmen Dream Home lottery is back for another year and once again a portion of the proceeds will be going to support KGH’s smallest patients. Tickets for the lottery are now on sale and can be purchased for $150 each. 

Last year, the Dream Home lottery raised $280,000...Read more