Bluewater Health is marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month throughout October, to encourage Sarnia-Lambton residents to test local, treat local and give local.
Two local doctors have been recognized by a jury of patients who combed through 37 nominations as part of the Patients’ Choice Awards, a program organized in cooperation with the Ontario Medical Association and Bluewater Health through Patients Canada.
If you believe your physician is committed to providing great patient care, submit a nomination about him or her for the Patients’ Choice Awards.
Bluewater Health is welcoming Dr. Emmanuel Muhawenimana, a urologist from the Republic of Rwanda who is in Ontario for a one-month clinical observership for endo-urological procedures.
Test results received Tuesday by Lambton Public Health confirm a dead crow found in Sarnia’s north end in late July tested positive for the West Nile virus (WNV).
At Wednesday’s Annual General Meeting of Bluewater Health, President and CEO Mike Lapaine reported on a number of the year’s achievements – from a program to provide care in an innovative way to a group of frequent 911 callers and Emergency Department visitors, to working more closely with local First Nations communities.
Bluewater Health officials say the organization is leading the province again in two key indicators on the 2018 Ontario Stroke Report Card released in June, demonstrating quality care for stroke patients in Sarnia-Lambton.
Bluewater Health has a new paediatrician on its professional staff. Dr.
Bluewater Health officials say the organization is embarking on an innovative care model with local First Nations communities to meet Indigenous health needs.
In its 20th year, Discovery Week will see 170 first-year medical students from Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry in close to 30 communities throughout southwestern Ontario to receive a hands-on learning experience in rural and regional healthcare.