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Foreign worker regulations could stop U.S. doctors from staffing Windsor's new cardiac lab

Staffing the expanded and much-anticipated cardiac catheterization lab in Windsor has been frustrating because of Canada’s cumbersome foreign worker regulations, according to recruiters.

It’s been six months since Windsor Regional Hospital celebrated an $18-million investment from the provincial government to expand cardiac care in the region, but all that fanfare died quickly as officials once again struggle to lure doctors from the United States. 527 more words

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Windsor hospital employees beat Blue Monday

With the weather damp, dull and cold, Blue Monday certainly lived up to its name.

However, none of the employees lined up in the cafeteria at Windsor Regional Hospital’s Ouellette campus were singing the blues with a free lunch at the end of the line. 637 more words

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Province OKs 30 new patient beds to battle spread of influenza, jammed up emergency rooms

One person infected with influenza in the Windsor region has died, while the number of outbreaks at long-term care facilities soared to 19 this week. 523 more words

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Pics and Vid: Hats on for Healthcare

Models took to the catwalk Tuesday during a kick-off for the annual Hats on for Healthcare at Windsor Regional Hospital Met campus. Check out the gallery. 451 more words

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Family of man who died in hospital ER bathroom files $1.5-million lawsuit

Family of a Windsor man who was in a wheelchair and died in a Windsor Regional Hospital emergency room bathroom have filed a $1.5-million lawsuit in Superior Court. 652 more words

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Windsor hospitals restrict patient visitations as influenza cases fill up emergency rooms

Windsor Regional Hospital and Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare both clamped down Friday on patient visitation policies to battle against the increased threat of influenza infections.

Additionally, Windsor Regional is asking the Erie St. 476 more words

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#WindsorGone: The ones left behind

Wendy Irwin has become the advice-giver for parents whose sons and daughters have left Windsor.

She doles out comfort in church and she takes calls to quell fears for parents worried about life out west. 937 more words

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