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    What Accreditation Means for MSH

    April 4, 2018
    It’s a process that every hospital goes through and it’s something most people, including those new to healthcare, know nothing about. “Accreditation means we are held accountable as professionals to ensure that the quality of care a patient receives while they are in this hospital is better than average,” says Christina Wright, Accreditation Coordinator for.
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    MSH Receives CCHL 2018 Energy and Environmental Stewardship Award

    April 3, 2018
    The Canadian College of Health Leaders is delighted to announce Markham Stouffville Hospital as the 2018 recipient of the Energy and Environmental Stewardship Award.
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    Supporting Children with Speech Language Therapy Close to Home

    April 1, 2018
    When Patrick was two years old, he was quieter than his sister was at that age but it wasn’t until his mom, Tiziana, was talking to a colleague that she realized that there could be more than just a personality difference between her children.
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    Grateful Couple Gives Back After Receiving “First Class” Care

    April 1, 2018
    Gerry Clarkson had ovarian cancer. With her husband, Tom, by her side Gerry began chemotherapy at Markham Stouffville Hospital (MSH).
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    Partnering with Patients

    April 1, 2018
    Partnering with patients, their families and their caregivers is essential to the way Markham Stouffville Hospital (MSH) delivers high quality and safe care to all of our patients.
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    Working to Improve the Patient Experience

    March 21, 2018
    Markham Stouffville Hospital (MSH) is celebrating the one year anniversary of the PEP program (Patient Experience Participants). The program started in November 2017 with 14 volunteers and has grown to 21.
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    Extra Cuddles for Our Most Frail Babies

    March 14, 2018
    Jacquie Dunne is a co-facilitating nurse in the NICU at Markham Stouffville Hospital (MSH) who consistently volunteers to provide extra care to the most frail of our littlest patients who also have significant developmental vulnerabilities above their medically complex needs.
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    Going Out of the Way to Volunteer

    March 14, 2018
    Gayle Coleman is a volunteer here at MSH. She is currently in the day surgery program.
    Lauren Sledziewski, seen from the chest up, wearing a red tank top, and shoulder length red hair, she is smiling

    My Labour Experience at MSH

    March 1, 2018
    Every birth journey is different. For Lauren Sledziewski this statement could not be more accurate.
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    How Being Green Helps Improve Patient Care

    February 2, 2018
    Markham Stouffville Hospital (MSH) is proud to celebrate Earth Day on April 22. However, the hospital’s commitment to the environment and being a responsible corporate citizen is a year round initiative.