A physician with the Kingston Health Sciences Centre – Kingston General Hospital site recently received high praise for her work in going above and beyond in delivery of care for one of her patients. 

Last month, Dr. Jocelyn Garland, a KGH nephrologist and assistant professor at Queen’s University...Read more

KHSC's Critical Care Program is embracing a new way of helping to deliver patient- and family-centred care. As of this month, nurses in the program are carrying out standardized patient bedside handovers. 

 “We hear from our families and patients that they want to be more involved with their care planning...Read more

For the past few months teams made up of staff, physicians and patients from across the KGH site have been busy talking about what our facilities will look like in the future. They’re now closing in on a major milestone as several key planning documents are almost complete. 

For our...Read more

April 6, 2017

There’s a distinctly local face to this year’s National Advance Care Planning Day campaign.

The Canada-wide initiative, which takes place on Sunday, April 16, is being launched this week with a new video featuring five Kingston residents who talk about how they are planning for their future...Read more

Construction will soon begin on our Labour and Delivery unit and once complete, families will have more permanent and quicker access to water therapy when giving birth in Kingston.

It’s all thanks to a recent donation of $110,000 by the Lions Club of Kingston. The funds, which were...Read more

Organ and tissue donations save hundreds of lives across the province each year. Now, Kingston Health Sciences Centre is being called out for being leaders in organ and tissue donations.

A recent report by Trillium Gift of Life Network shows that at the KGH site, 100 per cent...Read more

Researchers at Kingston Health Sciences Centre and Queen’s University have published the first set of findings stemming from the Kingston Allergy Birth Cohort – a study that tracks the origins of allergies in nearly 400 mother-child pairs from pre-birth into early childhood.

The study confirmed a number of previously known factors that play...Read more

A new study by KGH Research Institute clinician-scientist Susan Brogly has revealed that 25 per cent of women suffering from a prenatal opioid dependence were not being treated for their addiction. Using data from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), the study also shows rising numbers of...Read more