A new leadership approach at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre called “Me to We to All” is designed to build upon each leader’s individual strengths, create more collaborative and supportive teams, and ultimately improve patient care.
Summer is just around the corner and Thunder Bay farmers are busy planting and harvesting their fresh produce to stock up for the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre’s Fresh Market – an onsite farmer’s market that makes fresh, healthy and local food more accessible to our staff.
Northern Hearts is inviting the community to “Walk with Doc”. Founded 14 years ago, Walk with Doc is a program to encourage, build, and maintain healthy and active life-long habits in cooperation with local physicians and organizations.
The implementation of vascular surgery and on-site endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) now available in at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre is a major milestone in the establishment of a full cardiovascular surgery program for Northwestern Ontario.
Cancer cells have a natural defence against radiation therapy and chemotherapy – in fact all cells in the body have some sort of protection from harmful radiation and chemicals. One highly specialized research project happening in collaboration with several institutions in Thunder Bay may develop an innovative new way to break down those protections in cancer cells.
Boozhoo. Miigwech. A simple greeting. A few familiar words spoken in your own language. They can go a long way to make you feel more comfortable and at ease when you're away from home. That's why Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre offers Ojibwe lessons to staff and volunteers. It's part of a commitment to enhance a welcoming environment for Indigenous patients and families.
The implementation of vascular surgery and on-site endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) now available in Northwestern Ontario is a major milestone in the establishment of a full cardiovascular surgery program for the region.
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre celebrated Mental Health Awareness Week, an annual national event that takes place the first week of May. People from all walks of life are encouraged to learn, talk, reflect and engage with others on all issues relating to mental health. Acute mental health is one of our Hospital’s strategic priorities, and we recognize mental health as an integral part of overall health.