A $2 million financial donation to Lambton College on behalf of NOVA Chemicals will help fund a new Health & Research Centre.
Feeling lucky? You may want to take a look at the $550,000 home that is the grand prize for the Bluewater Health Foundation Dream Home Lottery, now open for weekend tours.
Bluewater Health in partnership with the Erie St. Clair Regional Cancer Program and Cancer Care Ontario, is inviting women aged 50 to 54 to “Just Book It” by scheduling an appointment for their first mammogram during October—Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Moving from one care setting to another can be challenging for patients and their families.
A HEAT ALERT has been issued by Lambton’s Medical Officer of Health based on the latest forecast from Environment Canada.
This Saturday (May 9) the people of Sarnia will be coming together for the annual Walk for Muscular Dystrophy in an effort to “make muscles move” and help fight the devastating illness.
In a health care system that continues to undergo “stress” from a funding standpoint, one of the key measurements seems to be the number of people receiving what is called ALC or “Alternate Level of Care”—loosely defined as those who are receiving hospital care but really would be better served by living out of the hspital and in the community with proper care supports.
Monday was Cancer Prevention and Awareness Day at Bluewater Health, with several events being held to highlight efforts throughout Ontario and in Sarnia-Lambton.
Bluewater Health will receive $84,000 for funding to be put toward a 16-bed, withdrawal management centre it hopes to have completed within the next two years, although an outpatient service has already served some 250 clients.
After 19 years of buying tickets for the Bluewater Health Foundation Dream Home Lottery, John and Judy Scholz were obviously patient, albeit happy they were supporting a good cause.