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Inaugural Research Day Focuses on Smart Health

This full day event is jointly hosted by the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (the Hospital) and the Thunder Bay Regional Health Research Institute. It’s designed to share information, build skills, raise interest in health research, and showcase local scientists and their work....

Northern Supply Chain Continues to Expand to the Benefit of Patients and Families

Patients and families across Ontario benefit from the newly expanded Northern Supply Chain (NSC) at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. The addition of the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies Agencies (OACAS) to the NSC brings increased savings and efficiencies, making the NSC a leader in shared service organizations and one of the largest in Ontario with 85 members....

Visits to Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre and George Jeffey Children's Centre Will Be A Bit Brighter For Kids

Young patients at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) and George Jeffrey Children’s Centre are now benefiting from the exciting Smilezone transformations revealed at both organizations in a special unveiling ceremony held today. Thanks to the Smilezone Foundation and the Staal Family Foundation, ten rooms at the hospital and children’s centre have received a bright, child-friendly makeover. The...

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One Program – Two Sites: High Quality Cardiovascular Care in Thunder Bay

Dr. Barry Rubin is the Medical Director of the new joint cardiovascular program between Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre and the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre (PMCC). The PMCC is one of the world’s leading cardiac and vascular centres, and is part of University Health Network (UHN), located in Toronto....

Happy to be Back – Hospital's Newest Vascular Surgeon is ‘Home Sweet Home'

Dr. Matthew Ingves knew he wanted to come back to Thunder Bay – the question wasn’t ‘if?’, but ‘when?’. Having originally moved away to pursue post-secondary education following his graduation from Hammarskjold High School in 2003, he said, “Coming back to Thunder Bay was always a priority for me. My family is here, my friends are here, I’m rooted here....