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Month: October 2022

Chuck and Julie Hogeterp, with their daughters Lily and Emma, recently returned to the Family Care Suite at St. Joe’s to see the bed their donation purchased and the plaque that is dedicated to their second daughter, Sophia, who was born sleeping.

Family’s Donation Brings Comfort to Others who Experience Pregnancy Loss

Friday, October 28, 2022

Family’s Donation Brings Comfort to Others who Experience Pregnancy Loss Julie Hogeterp is a registered nurse at the Dunnville Hospital near her home. Smart and capable, Julie has held senior roles, including serving as Interim Director of the Emergency and Operating Rooms during the COVID-19 pandemic. But even with all of her experience, Julie was … Read More

RBC Dominion Securities is helping our tiniest patients grow big and strong

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

RBC Dominion Securities is helping our tiniest patients grow big and strong Sometimes the babies born at our Hospital arrive a little early or are born with a medical condition that means they can’t go home right away. When that happens, newborns will often spend a few days to a few weeks in our Special … Read More

Opening Up 2022 – A Women’s Health Concerns Clinic Event

Monday, October 17, 2022

Opening Up 2022 – A Women’s Health Concerns Clinic Event Name something that 50 per cent of the world’s population will experience. We’ll wait right here… The answer is MENOPAUSE, and it will be the featured topic at the Women’s Health Concerns Clinic Forum – Opening Up – on November 18, 2022.  Building on the … Read More

St. Joe's Youth Wellness Centre Transition Coach, Mackenzie Mawson, stands on the sidewalk leaning against a historic building in downtown Hamilton. She is wearing a light pink sweater and smiling at the camera.

RBC’s Investment in Mental Health Care is Helping Hamilton Youth

Friday, October 7, 2022

RBC’s Investment in Mental Health Care is Helping Hamilton Youth, Like Riley Riley* (who uses they/them pronouns) was referred to St. Joe’s Youth Wellness Centre (YWC) at age 17. At the time, Riley was having thoughts of suicide and receiving support through the child/adolescent mental health and addictions system. But in Ontario, when young people … Read More

Person moving a white pawn during a chess game on an outdoor chess board, seen from above

The Allen and Milli Gould Family Foundation Makes $20,000 Grant to Help Those Recovering from Mental Illness

Wednesday, October 5, 2022

The Allen and Milli Gould Family Foundation Makes $20,000 Grant to Help Those Recovering from Mental Illness When clients of St. Joe’s seek help for mental illnesses, one of their goals for recovery is often reintegration into the community through meaningful physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual activities. At St. Joe’s, we have a team … Read More