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New executive member hired for hospital and research institute

New executive member hired for hospital and research institute

Paul Truscott Jr. to become new senior vice-president and chief operating officer at the hospital and chief financial officer at Health Sciences North Research Institute
St. Joseph’s Health Centre launches new peer support team

St. Joseph’s Health Centre launches new peer support team

St. Joseph’s launches the Beyond Silence project to promote mental health and safety in the health workplace
France Gélinas continues to fight Doug Ford over Bill 124

France Gélinas continues to fight Doug Ford over Bill 124

Ontario's decision to appeal the court ruling on Bill 124 shows disrespect for health workers and contributes to the staffing shortage in health care, said Gélinas
Health Unit reports one new suspected COVID related death

Health Unit reports one new suspected COVID related death

Sudbury health unit also reports only seven active COVID outbreaks, including one at the hospital
Looking back on a difficult year for COVID-19 in Sudbury

Looking back on a difficult year for COVID-19 in Sudbury

This past year recorded three times as many COVID related deaths than in all of 2021
Ontario pharmacists now able to provide common prescriptions

Ontario pharmacists now able to provide common prescriptions

As of Jan. 1, pharmacists able to prescribe medications for common ailments with no cost for the visit
NOSM University calling for applications for summer studentship

NOSM University calling for applications for summer studentship

Health care students invited to gain work experience in their field of study
Ontario approves the use of cheaper prescription drugs

Ontario approves the use of cheaper prescription drugs

New types of biosimilar drugs are less expensive versions of the original prescription drugs than can be copied once the patent expires on the original drugs 
OCP Construction Supplies’ NEO Kids donation total tops $1M

OCP Construction Supplies’ NEO Kids donation total tops $1M

Sudbury firm has donated about $500,000 year over the past two years to the local foundation that supports pediatric care in Northern Ontario
Sudbury experiencing 20-year high in influenza cases

Sudbury experiencing 20-year high in influenza cases

The flu season has barely begun and Public Health Sudbury says it is already seeing more lab-confirmed cases than in entire previous flu seasons