Hamilton Health Sciences
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Hamilton Health Sciences - Profil

Hamilton Health Sciences is a family of seven unique hospitals, a cancer centre and an urgent care centre, serving more than 2.3 million residents of Hamilton and south central Ontario, Canada. Hamilton Health Sciences is the second largest hospital group in Ontario, and serves as a regional referral centre for cardiac, stroke, burns, trauma, neurosurgery, – 

McMaster Children's Hospital staff memberJuravinski Hospital staff memberMcMaster Children's Hospital NICU staffDr. April Kam, McMaster Children's Hospital ED Physician

West Lincoln Memorial Hospital Operating Rooms

Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre staff

Some of exceptional staff members from our Juravinski Hospital and Juravinski Cancer Centre sites. Juravinski Cancer Centre (JCC) is a regional referral centre for central-west Ontario. With many patients coming from outside of Hamilton, the JCC collaborates with providers in the patient’s home community. JCC is where cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation take place, as well groundbreaking cancer research.

Hamilton General Hospital Orthopaedic Clinic Staff

Founded in 1848, Hamilton General Hospital (HGH) was the first hospital in Hamilton. It is home to a number of Hamilton Health Sciences’ key regional referral programs. The cardiac and vascular program performs more heart surgeries and procedures than any other facility in the province. The neurosciences and trauma program is a provincial leader in both volume and complexity of care provided. The stroke program has pioneered an integrated approach to care, and the burn treatment program is one of only two in Ontario. In addition to providing leading-edge care, HGH is strongly connected to its neighbourhood and supports outreach activities aimed at helping to enhance the quality of life in the surrounding community.

Rob Visit with the Trauma Programs

Population Health Research Centre staff

The Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) is Canada’s premiere global health research institute and a world leader in large clinical trials and population studies. Originally formed with a focus on cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes, PHRI’s research areas have broadened to include population genomics, perioperative medicine, stroke, thrombosis, CV surgery, renal, obesity, childhood obesity, bone and trauma and implementation science. A core strength of the PHRI is the multidisciplinary team of world-class scientists and research support teams. The environment promotes collaboration and a multifaceted approach which allows researchers to capitalize on the wealth of collective knowledge as they each bring areas of expertise to a single study.

First COVID-19 vaccinations in Hamilton