Top Media Releases

Emergency Department Experiencing High Volumes

“All patients in the Emergency Department are triaged and treated according to the urgency of their needs,” explained Dr. Peter Voros, Executive Vice President of In-Patient Care Programs at the Hospital. “This means that those who need care the most receive it sooner, while those with less-urgent needs may wait longer. We request the patience and understanding of those who...

Code Orange at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

A Code Orange (External Disaster) Stage I was activated at our Hospital today at approximately 12:30 this afternoon. The Code Orange triggers a response by our Hospital to prepare for high volumes of patients arriving to the Emergency Department. The response by staff and physicians was swift, calm and highly organized. All are to be commended for their expertise and...

Top Publications

Women in Action Members Making a Difference in Health Care

It’s been an incredible year for Women in Action! Because of our corporate sponsor, Northern Credit Union, our committee is able to host unique events like the recent “Emergency Team in Action” event where members viewed a code blue simulation by our Emergency Team. As well, this past summer, members were invited to tour the restored heritage home of Rob...

Community Quit Smoking Supports

Quitting smoking is the single best thing that you can do for your health, but it can be very difficult to quit....

Commit to Authentic Connection in 2020

Research shows that our current adult cohort is the most indebt, overweight, addicted and medicated population in history. Our ability to go for a walk or eat healthier foods hasn’t changed that much, so what has?...

Breast Cancer Pillow Donation

As part of their Confirmation class project at St. Paul's Anglican Church, brothers Jordan and Nathan Malench were asked to provide a helpful service to the community....