List/Grid Tag Archives: Paramedic

Labelle Family donates $5 Million to HSN

Labelle Family donates $5 Million to HSN

Dominic Giroux, President and CEO HSN, Nicole Everest, HSN and HSNRI Board Chair, Jacques Demers, Director Marcel and Frances Labelle Foundation, Ehor Bobby, Director Marcel and Frances Labelle Foundation, Mary… Read more »

North East LHIN recognizes Donna Stewart as Healthy Change Champion

North East LHIN recognizes Donna Stewart as Healthy Change Champion

Donna Stewart has worked in the social services sector for over 20 years. For as long as she can remember, she has wanted to help address challenges in order to… Read more »

Paramedics play critical role in health-care system

Paramedics play critical role in health-care system

Cambrian College program boasts 100 per cent pass rate for provincial exams Paramedics play a critical role in the health-care system and are often the first health-care professionals on the… Read more »

Wheels in motion for non-urgent patient transfer overhaul

Wheels in motion for non-urgent patient transfer overhaul

North East LHIN review recommends scheduled, route based service for long-haul transfers A recently completed review of nonurgent patient transfers in northeastern Ontario will lead to an alternative, publicly funded… Read more »

Thunder Bay Regional streamlines ED offloads

Thunder Bay Regional streamlines ED offloads

Ryan Ross, a paramedic at Superior North Emergency Medical Services (EMS), remembers lengthy waits with patients in the hallway in the Emergency Department at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre… Read more »

Northern College prof wins education innovation award

Northern College prof wins education innovation award

Northern College practical nursing and personal support worker program co-ordinator and professor Mireille Walsh has been awarded the Canadian Association of Practical Nurse Educators (CAPNE) Award for Innovation in Practical… Read more »

Docs learn wilderness medicine skills

Docs learn wilderness medicine skills

Members of the Ottawa High-Angle Rescue Team demonstrate how to treat and remove a seriously injured person from the bush during a hands-on WildER Med workshop. An innovative Manitoulin Island-based… Read more »

Pre-hospital treatment reduces adverse affects of heart attack

Pre-hospital treatment reduces adverse affects of heart attack

Time is muscle when a heart attack occurs. This is the motto grilled into paramedics who work in Sault Ste. Marie’s Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) division. Every minute… Read more »

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