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Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) denounces the divisive, anti-science rhetoric still being spread across Canada. Recent protests have become a platform for racist ideology, and for the intimidation of citizens and health care workers. This is shameful and wrong. HHS is a responsible, evidence-based organization that leads by example, closely following medical and public health experts...

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It was a mission never experienced before in the history of Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS). “Early in the pandemic, I remember being on a phone call at 11 o’clock on a Friday night trying to negotiate one million N95 masks,” recalls Robin Simons, HHS’ procurement and supply chain director. “This quickly became a normal way...

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We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our friend, Mr. Charles Juravinski. Our thoughts are with Margaret, and their family and friends. Charles was among our community’s greatest advocates and supporters. He was deeply committed to our healthcare system and a steadfast friend to Hamilton Health Sciences. Together, Charles and Margaret have...

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Clear masks help patients see better to hear better

When Andrea Michaluk went for an MRI at Hamilton Health Sciences’ (HHS) Hamilton General Hospital early in the pandemic, she experienced some challenges speaking with screening staff at the front entrance and staff at the clinic’s front desk. The combination of masks, physical distancing, plexi glass, and background noise can lead to frustrating exchanges for...

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It was a mission never experienced before in the history of Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS). “Early in the pandemic, I remember being on a phone call at 11 o’clock on a Friday night trying to negotiate one million N95 masks,” recalls Robin Simons, HHS’ procurement and supply chain director. “This quickly became a normal way...

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Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) denounces the divisive, anti-science rhetoric still being spread across Canada. Recent protests have become a platform for racist ideology, and for the intimidation of citizens and health care workers. This is shameful and wrong. HHS is a responsible, evidence-based organization that leads by example, closely following medical and public health experts...

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We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our friend, Mr. Charles Juravinski. Our thoughts are with Margaret, and their family and friends. Charles was among our community’s greatest advocates and supporters. He was deeply committed to our healthcare system and a steadfast friend to Hamilton Health Sciences. Together, Charles and Margaret have...

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