Care Team at KGH

Patient Centred Care at KGH
Patients and families are always at the centre of everything we do.

Our health-care teams are made up of a number of different individuals, depending on the care you require. These interprofessional teams will always include doctors and nurses, but other individuals such as patient care assistants, occupational therapists, social workers, physiotherapists and dietitians, just to name a few, may also be involved in your care. When you are at KGH, you can always count on a range of people to play a key role in your health-care journey.  

Your health care team may include one or all of the following professionals:

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