Thanks to a Volunteer Association/Health Sciences Foundation Family CARE Grant, the Health Sciences Centre’s patient consent form is being translated to Oji-Cree, Cree and Ojibway. Aboriginal patients who do not speak or understand English will now have a form in their language to clearly understand what treatment or tests they are being asked to consent to.
Thanks to a partnership with Tbaytel, free WiFi is now accessible to patients, families and visitors throughout the hospital.
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre has been added to the list of hotspot locations that make up Tbaytel’s public WiFi network.
Tbaytel’s free public WiFi network is helping to create a smarter, more connected city by providing reliable high speed internet access at meaningful locations across Thunder Bay where the people who live here can really benefit the most.
Free WiFi makes it much easier to share important health updates and information with loved ones. As a visitor, it helps to pass the time when at the bedside of a sleeping family member. As patients, it helps to stay connected to work while here for care.
Call 1-866-223-9807 for WiFi support