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Seventy chairs in the cafeteria at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) were covered in black today, representing the 70 different known carcinogens found in cigarette smoke, including second-hand smoke.
“This is a significant honour, and a testament to the many dedicated people who work and volunteer at
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre,” said Andrée Robichaud, President and CEO of TBRHSC
and Acting CEO of TBRRI. “I really believe that what makes us a leader in corporate culture is our focus on
patients and families, not only by members of the healthcare team, but everyone from housekeeping and
switchboard to human resources and senior management.”
Today, members of the Operating Room staff, volunteers and patients were on hand at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre (TBRHSC) to officially launch an online video designed to improve paediatric care in Northwestern Ontario.