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Courtney Saulnier has been nominated as a "Hospital Hero" for her work on Sills 3 at BGH. The donor wrote "Courtney gave exceptionally good care to me and others, above normal duty. She is a true vocational nurse." Well done Courtney!

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As a rapidly evolving global challenge, Covid 19 has brought changes to our communities that none of us ever imagined. Social isolation quickly became reality, while front line healthcare workers rallied to become the hero’s responsible for nursing our friends and loved ones back to health. For many of us the pandemic brought anxiety and uncertainty with unanswered questions. In our individual community’s neighbors reached out to support each other, companies stepped up to "re-tool" and provide PPE, while community groups set to work helping where possible. It’s these events and stories of collective effort that will truly be remembered for helping us through this pandemic. Although we are not "out of the woods" yet, our joint efforts and resolve should see us win this battle as we move through the first stage of flattening the curve. In tribute to the collaborative efforts of our communities and municipalities, we wanted to release our "Together Stronger" t-shirts as an iconic symbol of what can be achieved if we all work together to support healthcare. Purchasing this t-shirt helps to provide future funds to tackle the financial pressures BGH has experienced during this global pandemic. All funds will be designated to our "area of greatest need" reserve. Together we can continue to provide exceptional care close to home. To purchase your "Together Stronger" t-shirt please visit www.bghf.ca/donate

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Great news from our friends at @farmerdaughtersub who are reopening their doors today!

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What is better than cookies and coffee? How about when it comes with a note thanking you for doing your job! Big shout out to the kind folks at Marantha Church who baked cookies and sent ground coffee for our teams at BGH. Your kindness made everyone's day.

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If there was a way to stamp out COVID-19, we would ALL rally around that. One Belleville man is putting a unique twist on that thought. Michael Krysak says “if you look back in history during tough times around the world, people needed to rally around a symbol”. Krysak decided to make a symbol people could understand to “cancel” the COVID-19 PANDEMIC. He designed a patch with the COVID virus and a big line through it. Krysak says he originally just did a run of patches for his co-workers at Geen’s Pharmasave. “The staff there pinned them to their smocks since they were all deemed essential workers.” Krysak says it just grew from there “My friend Cliff Coulter set up a website for me to help get the word out” and he started selling the patches. Krysak said he did not want to make money off of this. “This is definitely a tragedy and the last thing I want to do is benefit from this.” Krysak decided he would donate all the proceeds to the Belleville General Hospital Foundation to help front line workers. If anyone wants to purchase a patch to sew on or iron they can visit his website at www.mk-design.ca Belleville General Hospital Foundation Executive Director Steve Cook says “We appreciate people like Michael Krysak who have a unique idea and turn it into a fundraiser for the Belleville General Hospital Foundation. What a great way to support BGHF.”

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Sarah R. was nominated as a "Hospital Hero". The donor wanted to Sarah for helping her through a traumatic time in the ER. "Because of the virus, I was all alone. She made me feel not so alone. She helped me with the pain, physically & emotionally. THANK YOU"

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Sara Lucas-Oliver was nominated as a "Hospital Hero" for all the work she has done to help organize donations of PPE for our team at BGH. "She has a huge heart and truly cares about her coworkers and patients!"

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Such a nice call from County Transport, who just donated $2000 to help us provide better care for everyone who needs it. The company delivers the supplies from our hospital to the other QHC sites. Thank you for supporting us all!

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Thanks to Brett Buxton who donated her commissions and a portion of the sales from her Epicure fundraiser. She made the donation to help purchase much needed PPE for BGH. Buxton says "as a nurse in this community I know how important it is."

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Our "Hospital Hero" is Debbie Cornick who is retiring today after 32 years with QHC. She is the Patient Services Manager for BSTU, ACTT & Crisis. Her team said "We were fortunate to have her as our manager. She is patient and kind and we will miss her." Enjoy your retirement Debbie!

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“Thank you to The Workplace Present and KIND Snacks who sent us KIND Almond Caramel & Sea Salt Mini's for members of our BGH team to enjoy on their breaks! During COVID-19, KIND has taken action to provide front line critical workers with nourishment by donating over 5 Million KIND bars globally. We are grateful you chose our hospital to donate to! Thank you @kindsnacks and @twpcanada.

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Thank you to The Workplace Present and KIND Snacks who sent us KIND Almond Caramel & Sea Salt Mini's for members of our BGH team to enjoy on their breaks! During COVID-19, KIND has taken action to provide front line critical workers with nourishment by donating over 5 Million KIND bars globally. We are grateful you chose our hospital to donate to! Thank you @kindsnacks and @twpcanada.

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A truckload of support from the Quinte Home Builders Association resulted in a truckload of donations for BGHF. When the @quintehomebuilders held their parade through BGH last month, the Association also asked their members for monetary support. That resulted in $7000 raised for BGHF alone. QHBA CEO Ruth Estwick said "These donations will be a HUGE benefit to FRONT LINE health care workers and our entire community as we rally together to ‘Conquer Covid 19'.” Estwick says “In total, together our members have raised $13,000 for Quinte Health Care for the Truckload of Support Initiative.”

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We have two recent "Hospital Hero" nominations for our team in Oncology at BGH. One donor said "Thank you for all you do!" and another wrote "Our family is forever grateful for the exceptional care provided to us since 2013".

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When the construction industry slowed down, a local business owner decided to do something to give back. Brendan Troy of Alair Homes Belleville put his skills to work and started making wood charcuterie and serving boards and selling them in an online auction. All the proceeds are being donated back to BGHF and Gleaners Food Bank. Troy says his goal is to raise $2500. To bid on his latest creation check out @alairhomesbelleville.

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When COVID-19 put an end to the school year for students across Ontario, it also robbed them of some amazing memories. For many students their graduations and proms meant lost moments. Jenny Cox of @jennycoxphotography decided to change that. Cox says “I saw a lot of students going on TikTok and filming themselves in their dresses with their hair done and I thought ‘I need to give those girls that moment!’.” Cox says she put it up on her photography Facebook page and the response was overwhelming. Cox isn’t making any money off this event. She says “We wanted to donate all the funds back to the Belleville General Hospital Foundation and help all the front line workers who are battling COVID.” She also ensured she met all the social distancing requirements with each student. She wore a mask, limited the amount of people with each student and cleared it with local authorities before embarking on this idea. Jenny Cox Photography started with 15 students being photographed and Cox says “I have another session June 5th and it is everyone from Senior Kindergarten students to College grads.” She adds that those she photographed last week “were so sweet and they told me that is just meant a lot to them to have these photos taken.” Belleville General Hospital Foundation Executive Director Steve Cook says “We know COVID-19 has turned peoples worlds upside down so when one person can take that uncertainty and turn it into a happy memory, it is such a great story for BGHF to tell.”

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We truly appreciate the incredible generosity of Maranatha Church in Belleville for supplying bags of coffee and filters for all the floors at BGH. Thank you to everyone at Maranatha for keeping our team fueled!

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Kelly Abbott works in the Children's Treatment Centre at BGH. She was nominated as a Hospital Hero by one of her colleagues. They wanted to thank her for making scrub caps and masks and donating them to the team at BGH.

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Such a "sweet" delivery last week from the team at Quinte Gardens - Sienna Living. They dropped off 2000 cookies for all the staff at BGH and gifts for the Patient Flow Coordinators and Social workers for all of their hard work. Thank you Quinte Gardens!

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Rachelle DeMarsh was nominated as a "Hospital Hero". The donor says "Rachelle is an amazing person who appears to love her job and works diligently to accommodate each patient and their family. In my opinion she is an ambassador for the QHC values!"

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Takira Francis was nominated as a "Hospital Hero" by a family who said "she cared for a complete stranger like it was her own relative. The compassion she showed is not something that can be taught. It is an emotion straight from the heart." They said when Takira introduced herself to them, they knew that their mother was in wonderful hands. "We want you to know you were our hero".

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Today's Hospital Hero is Danielle Taylor. The letter reads: "Danielle has been an employee at QHC for 12 years. Her caring, compassionate demeanor is a breath of fresh air. Always smiling and it is a pleasure to work alongside her. Patients and family are so grateful for the amazing care she provides!".

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Last year Chris Jeffrey donated one dollar for every km he cycled. Chris is at again this year! He has already biked 552 km in Florida this winter. When the weather warms up here, he will be on our roads once again raising money in memory of his wife Pamela Smith-Jeffrey for Cancer Care and the BGHF.

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Thank you to the team at Albert College for dropping off some delicious homemade baked goodies to some of our teams at BGH today. They were definitely enjoyed!

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Our hospital runs with amazing people but sometimes those amazing people run on caffeine! Thank you to @hamiltonbeachca for donating coffee makers and kettles for our teams at Belleville General Hospital! There are a lot of smiling faces behind those masks!

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Looking for a Mask??? Please contact us for your Mask needs. All mask come at NO cost to you! 😷🥰😷 Here is a sizing guide for those wishing to get a mask from us. Please send us a message on Facebook if possible with how many mask you'd like and in what sizes. ***No cost for mask*** ✌️🥰😷

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We are saddened with the news that BGHF has lost a dear friend. David Muise was Building Logistics Operations Manager with Sears Canada and was instrumental in helping the Foundation with our Galas over the years - even when the event moved from Sears to a new location. Dave was quick with a smile and one of the most genuine people you could ever meet. Our hearts go out to his wife Judy, his family: Mark & Carlos, Matthew & Sharon, Sean & Mallory, Riley & Britney and his grandchildren Nicholas, Alyssa, Helena and Mila. At Dave's request there will be no formal service. In lieu of flowers, the Muise family is requesting donations to BGHF as one of their charities.

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We received this kind note from a grateful patient who wanted to thank Dr. J. Istead for her excellent care in the ER. The patient nominated Dr. Istead as a "Hospital Hero" saying "thanks for her quick understanding of my condition and circumstances."

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A "sweet" gesture from Basil Ostroskie who brought in maple syrup and made a donation to BGHF as a thank you to the BGH staff that assisted him last week.

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Thank you to Patti and the team from Papa John's in Belleville, for donating pizza's on Sunday for the staff at BGH. We appreciate your kindness to our teams who were working over the long weekend! Pictured is Becky from BGHF with Patti from Papa John's.

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Since I haven't posted who we are... Here it is! Left- Is Me, Krissy (Owner & Founder) and right is my Momma- Nancy (Co-Owner). We never thought in a million years we would be where we are now. We can't thank our amazing customers for all the continued support, esp during this Covid-19 pandemic! ✌️🥰😷

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Thanks to @44toddsmith for sharing this good news story this weekend and thank you to The GTA Vietnamese Community and Phap Van Centre for their sizeable donation of masks for BGH frontline health workers and Quinte Sewers for Covid19.

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The employees at BGH enjoyed some tasty treats courtesy of @cogeco. Thank you to the team at Cogeco for fueling our team at BGH with some snack packs of popcorn.

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Our latest "Hospital Hero" is Sarah Leitch. Sarah usually work on Quinte 5 at BGH but she has been relocated temporarily to the scrub room due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sarah was nominated for being such a great team member and always happy to help.

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Today is Personal Support Worker Day, we’re shining a spotlight on our PSWs who go above and beyond in their role. PSWs work collaboratively with all of our BGH team to deliver exceptional patient care and contribute meaningfully to the patient and family experience.

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Victoria day also known as the May 2-4 weekend... but it lands before that date. Why? We celebrate the last Monday preceding Queen Victoria's birthday which was May 24, 1819.

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We live in such a generous community! An envelope was dropped off to BGHF with a large amount of Tim Horton's gift cards and it read "To our friends at BGH, thank you for all that you do! Have a little treat on us! From your friends in the community (Belleville & PEC)." We have been gifting them out to staff all over. On behalf of them - thank you!

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Please meet Rebecca McVean - our latest "Hospital Hero". Rebecca works on Quinte 5 at BGH and was praised for going that extra mile.

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McDonald's Belleville generously donated gift cards for coffee and meals for our front line teams at BGH. We dropped by the COVID Assessment Centre to drop some of those gift cards off to our hardworking team there. Thank you McDonald's Belleville!

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We hope this weekend finds you with some time to unwind and relax!

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This week is Nursing Week to mark the 200th anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birthday, the founder of modern nursing. We want to honor dedicated registered nurses and nurse practitioners who provide quality care for their patients.

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We really appreciate our community partners who have been ordering and dropping off PPE to our hospital teams! Thank you to Tony and Jennifer Nelson from @tasteofcountry93 for providing a case of masks for our front line teams

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Thank you to Tim Horton's Belleville for providing gift cards for our team at BGH. We had a chance to visit these teams on the night shift and share the love from Tim Horton's. We gifted cards to teams all over the hospital from Porters, Hospitality, Security to our Nurses and Doctors. Thank you Tim Horton's!

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During Nursing Week we wanted to get to know some of the wonderful nurses working at BGHF. Breanna Doherty has been nursing for just over a year. She works in Labour & Delivery at BGH. Breanna, what made you want to be a nurse? I have always been interested in healthcare and helping people. When I was little I always told people I wanted to be a 'baby doctor'. Looks like I ended up following that path in some way! What is one thing that you love about your job? I love that I get to be with my patients during one of the happiest moments of their lives and I love seeing the look on the parents' faces as they meet their new little ones! What is it like being the nurse in the family? I do get asked a lot of questions that's for sure! But I would say that my family would tell you that I have definitely told each of them that they are 'just fine' and to stop complaining! LOL Has COVID changed you and how? I don't think COVID has changed the way that I nurse but having to wear the PPE all shift has definitely made me appreciate the days when I didn't have to breathe through a mask and wear the tight googles all shift haha The last time you laughed at work: I just laughed on my last shift at work actually. I work with a great group of people on Q7 and we like to keep each other laughing! I cannot remember exactly what we were laughing about or if it was even funny...it could have just been the night shift giggles! If you could give one piece of advice to your younger self-the one who is thinking of becoming a nurse-what would you tell her? I would tell her to continue to persevere to get where she wants to be! Nursing school is hard and starting out as a new nurse is difficult as well, but keep pushing through the tough times because it is all worth it in the end when you get to see the smile on your patient's face after making their day with something you do!

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We received this nomination for Cathy Taggart as a "Hospital Hero". Cathy works in the Children's Treatment Centre at BGH. The donor wrote "Thank you for being a wonderful mentor". Congrats Cathy!

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During Nursing Week we want to introduce you to some of the awesome nurses who work at BGH. Lindsay Young has been a nurse for 19 years. On a normal day you would find her in the Operating Room but due to the pandemic, she has been deployed to work at the Covid Assessment Centre as well as continuing to work in the OR to accommodate urgent cases. What is the biggest change you have seen in nursing since you started? Sadly, the biggest change I have seen over the course of my career, is the shortage of nurses. This has become a very real, frontline issue, that should have us concerned. The current situation has stretched nurses to beyond what some can handle and I fear this will not be good for our already dwindling profession. Is there someone who has mentored you or inspired you along the way? My family, without question are always there and continually provide support and inspiration. Your work family is the other family, who knows first hand what life is like on the front line. We support one another through good days and bad. Lastly, I think my patients inspire me as well. I strive to be better, do better and provide for them, while in my care. One of QHC’ s core value is one I have always lived by...imagine it's you. Treat others as you would like to be treated. What is one thing you wish the public knew about your job? I would love the public to know that what they see on the outside, is not necessarily what’s going on,on the inside. The hospital is a very complex place...patience is key while you are a patient. We are doing our best. Has COVID changed you and how? It has rocked our world. Our work family has been torn apart, nurses going in every direction to help other critical areas. It’s been a very stressful time. I hope this is the only time in my career that I will see this. There has been a lot of talk about front line workers being called heroes. How does that make you feel? I don’t consider myself a hero. Just doing my job. I do appreciate the community support and happy that there is a chance for the public to have a birds eye view into some of the rewards and challenges we have always had in our profession.

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Thank you to the donors of Kait's Comfort Kits. Normally they are putting together comfort items for Oncology patients but this time the donations were for much needed PPE for our front line team at BGH. Thank you for your generosity!

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For Nursing Week we wanted to get to know some of the faces of BGH. Christy, What is it like being the nurse in the family? Are you the first one they call, are you the first to tell them to suck it up etc? LOL I am definitely someone to say suck it up. I tell my kids all of the time, please don't do that because I am NOT going back to work hahahah What is one thing you wish the public knew about your job or what nurses do? That we are people too. We have families, personal struggles and our jobs are incredibly stressful. We work day and night to keep your families safe and healthy and I think humans, in general, need to be a little more understanding and kind to each other. I’d also like to thank all the mental health workers during this exceptionally stressful time. We sometimes forget that mental health is just as heavy as physical health. Has COVID changed you and how? Covid has been incredibly challenging for all aspects of healthcare, maybe more then the public is aware. We have children, parents and families too. We do not get a choice to work from home or not to work at all. And yes, I chose nursing as a career but I didn't learn in school how to deal with the stress of working increased hours during one of the most stressful pandemics, while making the right choices for my children at home. My son is Type 1 diabetic and my daughter has asthma and while I love my job, I love my kids much more. There has been a lot of talk about front line workers being called heroes. How does that make you feel? I don't really feel like a hero. I'd rather people understand what its like to work in healthcare and also have a family during this. I also have to say that seeing the groups of people who have come together to donate, or sew masks or deliver food is incredibly rewarding. People supporting people when they need it most, is one of the most rewarding things. If you could give one piece of advice to your younger self, what would you tell her? Go for it, but don't do it for the pay! hahah. Do it because you have a passion for it and don't forget it.

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In honor of Nursing Week, YourTV Quinte is proud to add this frame to our Instagram profile photo in support of the @bghfoundation. We encourage all to do the same!

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Three local woman - all with home based craft businesses decided to band together to help out our front line team at BGH. Leanna Morton-Scott, Melissa McLeod and Carrie Baxter are normally out at local craft shows but because of COVID they found themselves shut down. So the 3 women started up "All Things Local - Online Market" on Facebook. They asked 25 other home based businesses to join and also asked them to donate an item for auction to raise money towards buying treats for the BGH healthcare teams. Carrie says "We are unable to buy medical supplies in bulk but figured we had to help in someway. Many vendors stepped up and donated money as well. " Thank you for thinking of our front line workers during this COVID crisis.

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In honor of Nursing Week, BGHF is shining a light on some of our wonderful nurses. Meet Sandra Gomes, RPN who works on Quinte 4 which is now also the COVID unit. Sandra, what made you want to be a nurse? Seeing my grandparents grow old and sick it made me realize they needed someone to care for them and that there are also others that need help too. What is it like being the nurse in the family? They come to me for everything! They make me assess them to make sure it’s not serious enough requiring a hospital visit. They assume I can fix everything LOL What is one thing you wish the public knew about your job? It’s very demanding both physically and emotionally. We work long hours and don’t always get to spend holidays and weekends with our families. We are the families to many patients when others can’t be there for them. Has COVID changed you and how? It’s exhausting wearing all that PPE for 12+ hours a day. I miss most of my family. Wishing I could see them and give them an actual hug. The last time you laughed at work: We always try to have a laugh at work. It’s good for the soul! The last time you cried at work: Holding a patients hand supporting them in their final hours because there wasn't anyone to be by their side.

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“A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.” —Cardinal Mermillod. Happy Mother's day to all the moms, grandmas, foster moms, step moms, surrogate moms, mother figures, moms to be and to all those missing their moms today.

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The print sale in support of front line workers at

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From one front line team to another! Thank you Walmart Belleville for dropping off snacks to our teams at BGH. We appreciate your kindness and generosity and all that the amazing employees at Walmart are doing to keep the community going during COVID.

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To these "Hospital Heroes" a heartfelt thank you from a family. They wanted to thank Dr. Froats, Dr. Laverty, Dr. Harrison, Dr. Miron, Dr. Cupido and all the ER doctors, nurses and staff involved in their care of their loved one. "Our family was treated with the utmost respect on that horrifying night. They were compassionate and professional in every way"

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Thank you @marcsnofrills Belleville for donating over 230 frozen dinners to keep our BGH team going during the days of COVID. Here are some of the team at Diagnostic Imaging - BGH getting ready to have some lunch.

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Congratulations to our latest Hospital Hero - Emilie Desbiens. Emily works on Quinte 5 at BGH. A patient wanted to thank her for prompt attention and exceptional care.

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