Some of the newest future doctors got a taste of real medicine at work with their visit this week to Bluewater Health in Sarnia and Petrolia.
An effort to encourage vaccination levels at Bluewater Health has been recognized by a national association of healthcare public relations professionals.
Liliana Parker became Sarnia’s “Centennial baby” when she was born at Bluewater Health on May 7, 2014, the day of the City’s 100th birthday.
Bluewater Health’s new Magnetic Resonance Imaging machine is now completely paid for, says the Bluewater Health Foundation.
If there was any expectation that a meeting between a delegation of Sarnia leaders and officials and the provincial Minister of Health was going to move the community closer to a demolished Sarnia General Hospital, those hopes were dashed on Thursday.
Susan Steele (left) and Social Worker Tracy Byrne, using a tablet to view local long-term care facilities.
Withdrawal management services in Sarnia-Lambton are one step closer with Wednesday’s announcement of up to $1.9 million in operating funding.
Pictured from left: Dr. Karan Shetty, recipient of the Peer Recognition Award; Dr.
Sarnia Police say a three-vehicle collision at London Line and Lottie Neely on Friday afternoon sent five people to Bluewater Health, although only two required medical treatment for non-life threatening injuries.
For eight years, Bluewater Health has been a proud partner of the MedQUEST Health Career Exploration Program coordinated by the Southwestern Ontario Medical Education Network and the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry through Western University.