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Rita DiBiase wins prestigious Nursing Award for care and compassion

As a teenager mapping out a future career path, Rita DiBiase fancied herself as a seamstress, creating all these magnificent wedding gowns.

Instead, she wound up working with a needle of a different sort as a highly trained nurse known for her care and compassion. 682 more words

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Neighbours give more details of hammer attack on teen in attempted murder trial

On a quiet morning last summer, Rafid Jihad sat on the curb in front of blood-stained pavement with a discarded claw hammer a few feet behind him when Const. 409 more words

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Memories abound at digital archive launch for Metropolitan General Hospital School of Nursing

There’s a bunch of ugly, black shoes at the bottom of the Detroit River.

Nurses from the Metropolitan General Hospital School of Nursing used to chuck their shoes off the Ambassador Bridge to celebrate the end of two years of schooling. 1,214 more words

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More cash for big shots

Re: Musyj finally gets his due, by Justine Silvaggio, April 4.

Among one million public sector workers in Ontario, more than 111,400 workers were paid more than $100,000 in 2014, a 14 per cent jump in the number of people on the Sunshine List over 2013. 206 more words

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Ted Shaw's Artbeat: Kerr returns, Rocca rocks and more

Rocca rocks again for cancer

Johnny Rocca had quite a scare himself last year when it came time for the third annual Healing to the Beat concert. 426 more words

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New megahospital to have 80 per cent private beds

The vast majority of inpatient beds in the new megahospital will be private, a complete reversal from the current situation, Windsor Regional Hospital president and CEO David Musyj told a public meeting Wednesday night. 404 more words

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Lingering flu bugs prompt Windsor hospital to ask visitors to stay away if sick

Just like the cold weather, flu season is hanging around.

There are stomach flu or influenza outbreaks at nine long-term care facilities in Windsor-Essex, longer wait times at emergency departments because of more respiratory illnesses, and a couple of different viruses boosting the number of patients seeking help from family physicians, Windsor Regional Hospital chief of staff Dr. 490 more words

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