A new image guidance system is helping surgeons pinpoint locations in the body with precise accuracy for procedures such as pinpointing a brain tumour of finding an exact insertion spot of a spinal screw thanks to a $230,000 grant from the Health Sciences Foundation. This level of precision means less damage to healthy tissue during surgery resulting in better outcomes, reduced pain and shorter recovery times for patients.
We will be mindful of what is said, where it is said and the impact on others.
We will treat customers (those who receive service) in a professional manner that demonstrates respect, dignity, caring and compassion for each individual.
This includes but is not limited to:
arriving promptly and ready to contribute
being pleasant and courteous
adherence to the dress code
acknowledging the customer’s presence upon their arrival
wearing name tags that have not been disfigured or changed in any manner
We will communicate with all customers in a clear, timely, truthful manner and demonstrate attentiveness through eye contact, choosing the appropriate environment, responding and using a calm and helpful tone.
We will identify ourselves by name and department when greeting a customer and/or answering the telephone.
We will offer assistance to anyone within the building or on the hospital grounds who appears distressed or in need of help.
We will treat all individuals with dignity, honouring their uniqueness and value. We will not tolerate discrimination in any form.
We will address all customers by their preferred name.
If we do not have the resource to address a customer’s concern or need, we will connect the customer to an individual or department who can meet the need.