At Hotel Dieu Shaver (HDS) a second healthcare worker in as many weeks has tested positive for COVID-19.
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The Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre Board of Trustees is pleased to confirm the appointment of Lynne Pay as the hospital’s Chief Executive Officer. Anne Atkinson, Board Chair and Dr. Robert Stewart, President of The Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph of the Hotel Dieu of St. Catharines confirmed the appointment today.
Hotel Dieu Shaver Receives $1.15 Million as Part of Government’s Investment in Hospital Infrastructure
This morning at Niagara Health’s St. Catharines site, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health Christine Elliott announced a government investment of $175 million to help hospitals across Ontario maintain infrastructure to ensure safe...
Meet Mike Keenan, an NOTL author and past patient of Hotel Dieu Shaver.
We are very pleased to advise that Mr. Dean Lorenz will be joining Hotel Dieu Shaver as Director of Communications and Special Projects.
Dean holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (marketing major), and is a Communications and ...
Last week the Provincial Government announced a significant investment in a program designed to improve patient flow, provide safe discharges and better connect patients with rehabilitation services in the community. In partnership with Niagara Health, Hotel Dieu Shaver will be part of an OT/PT team that will provide assessment and rehabilitation treatment to patients at Niagara Health acute-care sites.
The provincial government’s Ministry of Health has announced a new vision for health care in Ontario. A key element of their strategy involves setting up Ontario Health Teams, or OHTs, which the government has defined as groups of care providers and organizations that are clinically and financially accountable for delivering a full and coordinated continuum of care to a defined population.