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TORONTO, June 14, 2018 – A portrait of the country's nursing landscape shows Ontario doesn’t have enough RNs; something patients and families are all too familiar with given the reality of hallway nur
Hallway medicine has been the shameful norm in many institutions, in Ontario and elsewhere in Canada, for years, and it won’t be resolved by a panicked pre-election influx of cash
Beds announced at the end of October to alleviate overcrowded at some hospitals may be slow to come on stream as hiring staff takes time, but some doctors say the move also don't address the underlyin
The experience of a 41-year-old woman with pneumonia this week highlights the growing problem of overcrowding in Ontario hospitals, in spite of the measures already taken by the province to open more
A vice president with the Ontario Nurses' Association calls the number of people who have been treated in the hallways of a Brampton hospital “shocking,” but says most Ontario hospitals are operating
Hospitals in Ontario cope with a surge in patients every year after Christmas. There has been something very different about this year’s surge.