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Spotlight feature

Dr. Marc Afilalo in the green pod of the JGH Emergency Department. The doors along the rear wall open into patients’ rooms.
December 2016

Full professorship for JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Marc Afilalo, JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine, has become the first physician in his specialty to be appointed a full professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University.

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Sun

Keep your sunny side up during dark winter days

By the time winter hits us with all of its sombre force, daylight hours can decrease by as much as 60 per cent, and this means a major drop in our intake of vitamin D.

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Cancer and Work

Easing cancer survivors back into the work force

You’ve waged a tough battle against cancer—and you’ve won. Congratulations! But what happens now that you’re ready to go back to work?

READ MORE →
Questions about your medication can be answered by your local pharmacist, such as those in the Proxim outlet at the Jewish General Hospital.

Taking those first crucial steps toward reliable healthcare info

When you have a health problem, you may actually have two problems: The first is your health, and second is deciding where to go and with whom to speak.

READ MORE →
During a home visit in the Virtual Ward program, Serena Gottlieb answers Dr. Bernardo Kremer’s questions about her heart and her breathing.
October 2016October 2016October 2016Spotlight feature

Patients’ homes transformed into virtual hospital wards

The Virtual Ward—believed to be the first program of its kind in Quebec—is carefully designed to tend to the needs of a select group of patients who have recently been discharged from the JGH and still face multiple medical problems, often complicated by advanced age and frailty.

READ MORE →
Susan Rodgers
First person singular

Transporting patients through the hospital can be a moving experience

I always ask patients how they’re feeling and what I can do for them. In my own way, I try to make the patient’s stay in the hospital as smooth and easy as possible.

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News

Top award for project management in construction of Pavilion K

One of Quebec’s top prizes for project management has been awarded to the JGH for its multi-year process of planning, budgeting and overseeing the construction of Pavilion K.

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More News →

Feature articles

Dr. Marc Afilalo in the green pod of the JGH Emergency Department. The doors along the rear wall open into patients’ rooms.
December 2016

Full professorship for JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Marc Afilalo, JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine, has become the first physician in his specialty to be appointed a full professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University.

READ MORE →
Sun

Keep your sunny side up during dark winter days

By the time winter hits us with all of its sombre force, daylight hours can decrease by as much as 60 per cent, and this means a major drop in our intake of vitamin D.

READ MORE →
Cancer and Work

Easing cancer survivors back into the work force

You’ve waged a tough battle against cancer—and you’ve won. Congratulations! But what happens now that you’re ready to go back to work?

READ MORE →
Questions about your medication can be answered by your local pharmacist, such as those in the Proxim outlet at the Jewish General Hospital.

Taking those first crucial steps toward reliable healthcare info

When you have a health problem, you may actually have two problems: The first is your health, and second is deciding where to go and with whom to speak.

READ MORE →
During a home visit in the Virtual Ward program, Serena Gottlieb answers Dr. Bernardo Kremer’s questions about her heart and her breathing.
October 2016October 2016October 2016Spotlight feature

Patients’ homes transformed into virtual hospital wards

The Virtual Ward—believed to be the first program of its kind in Quebec—is carefully designed to tend to the needs of a select group of patients who have recently been discharged from the JGH and still face multiple medical problems, often complicated by advanced age and frailty.

READ MORE →
Susan Rodgers
First person singular

Transporting patients through the hospital can be a moving experience

I always ask patients how they’re feeling and what I can do for them. In my own way, I try to make the patient’s stay in the hospital as smooth and easy as possible.

READ MORE →

More Feature articles →

Research at the LDI

Dr. Marc Afilalo in the green pod of the JGH Emergency Department. The doors along the rear wall open into patients’ rooms.
December 2016

Full professorship for JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Marc Afilalo, JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine, has become the first physician in his specialty to be appointed a full professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University.

READ MORE →
Sun

Keep your sunny side up during dark winter days

By the time winter hits us with all of its sombre force, daylight hours can decrease by as much as 60 per cent, and this means a major drop in our intake of vitamin D.

READ MORE →
Cancer and Work

Easing cancer survivors back into the work force

You’ve waged a tough battle against cancer—and you’ve won. Congratulations! But what happens now that you’re ready to go back to work?

READ MORE →
Questions about your medication can be answered by your local pharmacist, such as those in the Proxim outlet at the Jewish General Hospital.

Taking those first crucial steps toward reliable healthcare info

When you have a health problem, you may actually have two problems: The first is your health, and second is deciding where to go and with whom to speak.

READ MORE →
During a home visit in the Virtual Ward program, Serena Gottlieb answers Dr. Bernardo Kremer’s questions about her heart and her breathing.
October 2016October 2016October 2016Spotlight feature

Patients’ homes transformed into virtual hospital wards

The Virtual Ward—believed to be the first program of its kind in Quebec—is carefully designed to tend to the needs of a select group of patients who have recently been discharged from the JGH and still face multiple medical problems, often complicated by advanced age and frailty.

READ MORE →
Susan Rodgers
First person singular

Transporting patients through the hospital can be a moving experience

I always ask patients how they’re feeling and what I can do for them. In my own way, I try to make the patient’s stay in the hospital as smooth and easy as possible.

READ MORE →

More Research at the Lady Davis Institute →

First person singular

Susan Rodgers
First person singular

Transporting patients through the hospital can be a moving experience

I always ask patients how they’re feeling and what I can do for them. In my own way, I try to make the patient’s stay in the hospital as smooth and easy as possible.

READ MORE →
Francine Dupuis

My passion and my challenge: to bring sound management to public health care and social services

Daring to change and staying open to what life brings us—these are my passions.

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Marc Renaud
September 2015

Becoming a man of vision: Finding satisfaction in glaucoma education

No one who knew me at a young age would have believed I’d end up working in a hospital. But here at the JGH, I’m an Ophthalmic Technician, as well as Project Manager of the McGill Glaucoma Information Centre

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Anna Pevreal
Spring 2015

From the outback to the operating room:
My journey as a nurse

By the time I turned 5, I knew I would be a nurse—and the inspiration came from my mother.

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Lucy Wade
Fall 2014

Helping patients chart a course
through a sea of ethical dilemmas

Marine biology was my first passion. It’s an ocean away from my current role as the Jewish General Hospital’s Clinical Ethicist, but it’s where my interest in ethics truly began. As a child, I decided to spend my life researching whales and dolphins, and looking after the environment.

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More First person singular →

Auxiliary

Dr. Marc Afilalo in the green pod of the JGH Emergency Department. The doors along the rear wall open into patients’ rooms.
December 2016

Full professorship for JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Marc Afilalo, JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine, has become the first physician in his specialty to be appointed a full professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University.

READ MORE →
Sun

Keep your sunny side up during dark winter days

By the time winter hits us with all of its sombre force, daylight hours can decrease by as much as 60 per cent, and this means a major drop in our intake of vitamin D.

READ MORE →
Cancer and Work

Easing cancer survivors back into the work force

You’ve waged a tough battle against cancer—and you’ve won. Congratulations! But what happens now that you’re ready to go back to work?

READ MORE →
Questions about your medication can be answered by your local pharmacist, such as those in the Proxim outlet at the Jewish General Hospital.

Taking those first crucial steps toward reliable healthcare info

When you have a health problem, you may actually have two problems: The first is your health, and second is deciding where to go and with whom to speak.

READ MORE →
During a home visit in the Virtual Ward program, Serena Gottlieb answers Dr. Bernardo Kremer’s questions about her heart and her breathing.
October 2016October 2016October 2016Spotlight feature

Patients’ homes transformed into virtual hospital wards

The Virtual Ward—believed to be the first program of its kind in Quebec—is carefully designed to tend to the needs of a select group of patients who have recently been discharged from the JGH and still face multiple medical problems, often complicated by advanced age and frailty.

READ MORE →
Susan Rodgers
First person singular

Transporting patients through the hospital can be a moving experience

I always ask patients how they’re feeling and what I can do for them. In my own way, I try to make the patient’s stay in the hospital as smooth and easy as possible.

READ MORE →

More Auxiliary →

Health tips

Dr. Marc Afilalo in the green pod of the JGH Emergency Department. The doors along the rear wall open into patients’ rooms.
December 2016

Full professorship for JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Marc Afilalo, JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine, has become the first physician in his specialty to be appointed a full professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University.

READ MORE →
Sun

Keep your sunny side up during dark winter days

By the time winter hits us with all of its sombre force, daylight hours can decrease by as much as 60 per cent, and this means a major drop in our intake of vitamin D.

READ MORE →
Cancer and Work

Easing cancer survivors back into the work force

You’ve waged a tough battle against cancer—and you’ve won. Congratulations! But what happens now that you’re ready to go back to work?

READ MORE →
Questions about your medication can be answered by your local pharmacist, such as those in the Proxim outlet at the Jewish General Hospital.

Taking those first crucial steps toward reliable healthcare info

When you have a health problem, you may actually have two problems: The first is your health, and second is deciding where to go and with whom to speak.

READ MORE →
During a home visit in the Virtual Ward program, Serena Gottlieb answers Dr. Bernardo Kremer’s questions about her heart and her breathing.
October 2016October 2016October 2016Spotlight feature

Patients’ homes transformed into virtual hospital wards

The Virtual Ward—believed to be the first program of its kind in Quebec—is carefully designed to tend to the needs of a select group of patients who have recently been discharged from the JGH and still face multiple medical problems, often complicated by advanced age and frailty.

READ MORE →
Susan Rodgers
First person singular

Transporting patients through the hospital can be a moving experience

I always ask patients how they’re feeling and what I can do for them. In my own way, I try to make the patient’s stay in the hospital as smooth and easy as possible.

READ MORE →

More Health tips →

Hope & Cope

Dr. Marc Afilalo in the green pod of the JGH Emergency Department. The doors along the rear wall open into patients’ rooms.
December 2016

Full professorship for JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Marc Afilalo, JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine, has become the first physician in his specialty to be appointed a full professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University.

READ MORE →
Sun

Keep your sunny side up during dark winter days

By the time winter hits us with all of its sombre force, daylight hours can decrease by as much as 60 per cent, and this means a major drop in our intake of vitamin D.

READ MORE →
Cancer and Work

Easing cancer survivors back into the work force

You’ve waged a tough battle against cancer—and you’ve won. Congratulations! But what happens now that you’re ready to go back to work?

READ MORE →
Questions about your medication can be answered by your local pharmacist, such as those in the Proxim outlet at the Jewish General Hospital.

Taking those first crucial steps toward reliable healthcare info

When you have a health problem, you may actually have two problems: The first is your health, and second is deciding where to go and with whom to speak.

READ MORE →
During a home visit in the Virtual Ward program, Serena Gottlieb answers Dr. Bernardo Kremer’s questions about her heart and her breathing.
October 2016October 2016October 2016Spotlight feature

Patients’ homes transformed into virtual hospital wards

The Virtual Ward—believed to be the first program of its kind in Quebec—is carefully designed to tend to the needs of a select group of patients who have recently been discharged from the JGH and still face multiple medical problems, often complicated by advanced age and frailty.

READ MORE →
Susan Rodgers
First person singular

Transporting patients through the hospital can be a moving experience

I always ask patients how they’re feeling and what I can do for them. In my own way, I try to make the patient’s stay in the hospital as smooth and easy as possible.

READ MORE →

More Hope & Cope →

Feature articles

Dr. Marc Afilalo in the green pod of the JGH Emergency Department. The doors along the rear wall open into patients’ rooms.
December 2016

Full professorship for JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Marc Afilalo, JGH Chief of Emergency Medicine, has become the first physician in his specialty to be appointed a full professor in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University.

READ MORE →
Sun

Keep your sunny side up during dark winter days

By the time winter hits us with all of its sombre force, daylight hours can decrease by as much as 60 per cent, and this means a major drop in our intake of vitamin D.

READ MORE →
Cancer and Work

Easing cancer survivors back into the work force

You’ve waged a tough battle against cancer—and you’ve won. Congratulations! But what happens now that you’re ready to go back to work?

READ MORE →
Questions about your medication can be answered by your local pharmacist, such as those in the Proxim outlet at the Jewish General Hospital.

Taking those first crucial steps toward reliable healthcare info

When you have a health problem, you may actually have two problems: The first is your health, and second is deciding where to go and with whom to speak.

READ MORE →
During a home visit in the Virtual Ward program, Serena Gottlieb answers Dr. Bernardo Kremer’s questions about her heart and her breathing.
October 2016October 2016October 2016Spotlight feature

Patients’ homes transformed into virtual hospital wards

The Virtual Ward—believed to be the first program of its kind in Quebec—is carefully designed to tend to the needs of a select group of patients who have recently been discharged from the JGH and still face multiple medical problems, often complicated by advanced age and frailty.

READ MORE →
Susan Rodgers
First person singular

Transporting patients through the hospital can be a moving experience

I always ask patients how they’re feeling and what I can do for them. In my own way, I try to make the patient’s stay in the hospital as smooth and easy as possible.

READ MORE →

More Feature articles →

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