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      MCH’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is “nothing short of exceptional”

      For parents whose children receive care in McMaster Children’s Hospital’s pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), the experience usually stays in their hearts forever. The specialized unit has grown and evolved over the last 35 years and is celebrating an anniversary this June. “Care was nothing short of exceptional across the whole spectrum of health-care providers.”...

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      One week live with Epic

      Hamilton Health Sciences’ (HHS) new hospital information system, Epic, launched just over one week ago. We’re happy to celebrate three important milestones that allow our patients to receive even better care. More than 1,700 patients are on board with MyChart Since June 4, more than 1,700 patients signed up for MyChart. MyChart allows HHS patients...

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      Volunteer-led robotics club for kids teaches STEM skills through fun

      Mike Berube believes that all kids deserve a chance to reach their full potential. That’s why the robotics expert volunteers to help young Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) patients learn STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills through a hospital-based robotics club. “It’s about opening up the world for these kids.” — Mike Berube, parent volunteer...

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      HHS robotics club turns kids into tech leaders

      The robotic Lego car built by Mattis Santos is close to perfection. “The only thing that would make it better are wings and a propeller so it could fly,” says Mattis, 15, who is passionate about technology and someday wants to design and build airplanes for a living. “Mattis is very hands-on and loves to...

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      Hamilton Health Sciences’ innovative solution to some of the surgical backlog

      HAMILTON, ON – There are 1,396 pediatric and 6,053 adults waiting for surgery at HHS. A backlog of surgical procedures was evident before the pandemic, but COVID-19 has worsened the situation. With funding of $450,00O through the province’s Surgical Innovation Fund, HHS has developed a plan to tackle wait times for certain spine, knee and...

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      Stories

      MCH’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is “nothing short of exceptional”

      For parents whose children receive care in McMaster Children’s Hospital’s pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), the experience usually stays in their hearts forever. The specialized unit has grown and evolved over the last 35 years and is celebrating an anniversary this June. “Care was nothing short of exceptional across the whole spectrum of health-care providers.”...

      A parent volunteer helps a girls learn to use a robotics toy ourdoors
      Stories

      Volunteer-led robotics club for kids teaches STEM skills through fun

      Mike Berube believes that all kids deserve a chance to reach their full potential. That’s why the robotics expert volunteers to help young Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) patients learn STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills through a hospital-based robotics club. “It’s about opening up the world for these kids.” — Mike Berube, parent volunteer...

      A boy crouches on the ground, playing with a robotic toy outdoors
      Stories

      HHS robotics club turns kids into tech leaders

      The robotic Lego car built by Mattis Santos is close to perfection. “The only thing that would make it better are wings and a propeller so it could fly,” says Mattis, 15, who is passionate about technology and someday wants to design and build airplanes for a living. “Mattis is very hands-on and loves to...

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      Mindful eating brings happiness and satisfaction

      Have you ever eaten a snack and only realized that you finished it when you wanted to take another bite, but that bite was not there? The alternative to this is called mindful eating. What is mindful eating? “Mindful eating is an approach to enjoying food nonjudgmentally and also intentionally paying attention to the eating...

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      It’s easy eating green this Earth Day

      April 22 is Earth Day and the McMaster Children’s Hospital’s Children’s Exercise and Nutrition Centre (CENC) is celebrating by sharing a great green recipe – creamy broccoli soup. “Making homemade soups is a budget-friendly and healthy way to include a variety of nutrients into your meal planning,” says Anne Marie DiGravio, registered dietitian at the...

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      Thinking of fasting? Remember to consider your medical conditions

      By Dr. Sabira Kanani, palliative care physician, and Dr. Iqbal Jaffer, cardiac surgeon, Hamilton Health Sciences With the approach of Ramadan there are many individuals who plan to fast from sun-up to sun-down. This means not eating or drinking during this time. However, fasting doesn’t mean you stop taking your medications as well. Some people...

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      Volunteers are back at HHS! Meet three people happy to be returning in-person

      At Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) we’re fortunate to have more than 1,300 volunteers supporting our patients, their families and our staff. They’re an essential part of what we do. Some volunteer programs have continued to run in a modified way during the pandemic while others have had to stop completely. Everyone is eager to return...

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      #WeAnswerTheCall: National Nursing Week is May 9-15

      National Nursing Week takes place from May 9-15 this year. The theme chosen by the Canadian Nurses Association is #WeAnswerTheCall. It reflects how nurses of all levels continue to serve their patients, their patients’ families, and their communities through the most challenging of times. Nurses at Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) face challenges head on. Whether...

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      Introducing a gynecologist who specializes in endometriosis

      Endometriosis is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects the whole body. It happens when tissue similar to that which normally lives inside a person’s uterus grows outside of their uterus, such as in the ovaries, bowel, pelvic ligaments, or other parts of the body, often causing pain. The condition affects up to 1 in 10...

      Digital Health

      One week live with Epic

      Hamilton Health Sciences’ (HHS) new hospital information system, Epic, launched just over one week ago. We’re happy to celebrate three important milestones that allow our patients to receive even better care. More than 1,700 patients are on board with MyChart Since June 4, more than 1,700 patients signed up for MyChart. MyChart allows HHS patients...

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      Epic is here! A historic day for HHS patients, staff and physicians

      On June 4, Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) launched Epic, considered among the best hospital information systems in the world and used internationally by many top-ranked hospitals. Epic is a fully digital hospital information system that replaces dozens of electronic and paper systems and eliminates time that hospital staff and physicians spend looking for information. For...

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      Virtual care internal medicine pilot program “eases your mind” says HHS patient

      Murray had experienced dizzy spells in the past, but unbeknownst to him something was about to change in early February. “I woke up around 5 a.m. with a bad headache. I went back to bed and eventually got up around 6:30,” he says. “That’s when I fainted. I was in my bathroom and fell on...

      Media Room

      Hamilton Health Sciences’ innovative solution to some of the surgical backlog

      HAMILTON, ON – There are 1,396 pediatric and 6,053 adults waiting for surgery at HHS. A backlog of surgical procedures was evident before the pandemic, but COVID-19 has worsened the situation. With funding of $450,00O through the province’s Surgical Innovation Fund, HHS has developed a plan to tackle wait times for certain spine, knee and...

      Media Room

      Tomorrow is the big day – HHS launching best-in-class electronic medical records (EMR) system

      HAMILTON, ON – On June 4, Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) will launch Epic, a fully electronic hospital information system. This marks the single largest clinical transformation in the hospital’s history and will ensure that every patient’s experience is as safe as possible. The implementation of Epic will bring many improvements and benefits for patients, families,...

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      We are days away from going live with a new hospital information system. It’s a huge step forward for how we deliver patient care at HHS. We have made some difficult choices, and it has been very challenging to stay the course given the situation we have faced during the last two years. Everyone at...

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