Building improvements, enhancements to the physical environment and upgrades to patient care equipment are currently taking place at Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital of Bluewater Health in Petrolia.
Bluewater Health staff, professional staff and volunteers are being celebrated at Bluewater Health’s Annual Recognition Ceremony on Thursday, May 30, at the Holiday Inn in Point Edward.
Bluewater Health has a new cardiologist on staff. Dr. Khalid Al-Saadon, who completed his medical school training at Kuwait Universit, received Internal Medicine training at the University of Ottawa and Cardiology training at the Ottawa Heart Institute.
Get The Ball Rolling and Bluewater Health announced today that they have formed a partnership that will help enhance the Keep The Ball Rolling testicular cancer awareness program.
Sarnia-Lambton is one step closer to seeing a withdrawal management service with the hiring of a project manager.
Bluewater Health has unveiled a new version of its three-year strategic plan as it continues to focus on “exemplary healthcare experiences, every time.” The organization’s eight corporate goals include: embed patient and family centred care improve access to care ingrain patient safety advance technology achieve financial health optimize partnerships develop our people create a lean culture Sue Denomy, Bluewater’s CEO, said the plan “reflects the vision of the way we want and need to be and where our strategic themes, priorities and goals will take us.” Denomy said the “exemplary care” mission is a key part of the new document: Denomy also said the hardest part of writing the new strategic plan was sifting through the many ideas that came out of discussions with those involved.
An already tight parking situation at medical offices and pharmacies near Bluewater Health in Sarnia will get worse if a deal between the health care provider and the St.
Volunteers play an integral role in supporting care and service at Bluewater Health, and are a vital component of the hospital team.
Although the demand for nurses who are trained specifically to work in settings where they work in or associated with operating rooms is growing, a nursing professional trained in this field—perioperative nursing—is hard to come by.
Today (March 14) could be a big day for someone in Sarnia.