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Humber River opened its doors in 2015 as North America's first digital hospital.
By working with a number of high technology partners, Humber River Hospital is positioned to create efficiencies that enhance patient care. The Command Centre is what ties all of the pieces together so that decisions can be made in real time to improve communication, create efficiencies and improve the patient care experience.
Humber River Hospital's general surgeons, Dr. Steven MacLellan and Dr. Jensen Tan, supported by robotic technology, performed a ventral hernia repair - a Canadian surgical first.
We are grateful to Humber’s leadership team for its continued commitment to creating a supportive environment for our medical, nursing, and professional staff teams to provide exceptional, compassionate patient care this past year.
In collaboration with the Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) and hospitals, Humber helped create the discharge planning pathway to standardize discharge planning. Humber then created the web-based iPlan application to centralize and align patient care services with home and community needs for timely access to care. iPlan, which captures an overview of all activity, was adopted by hospitals throughout the Central LHIN.
For the first time in Ontario, multiple hospital organizations came together under one roof, improving access to the right care for the right patients in the right environment to support the best possible patient outcomes.
Humber River Hospital opened its doors to hundreds of local and international visitors, from students to health care professionals and government officials.
As part of Humber River Hospital’s commitment to improving the health of our community, we opened the Totally Kidz Clinic.
As at March 31, 2018 this statement is an excerpt from the Audited Financial Statements prepared by BDO Canada LLP.
We are governed by a 15-person Board of Directors. Our directors have an obligation to act in the best interests of the hospital and to exercise the care, diligence and skill that supports us to be a high reliability hospital.
Our senior team has the unique opportunity to optimize design, incorporate technology and reinvent processes to deliver safe and effective patient-centred care.
The Humber River Hospital Foundation works with our community to fund new technology and priorities that enhance patient outcomes. Reinventing patient care is as much about the next innovation as it is about the current one.