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Breast cancer study to help Windsor women first

Women in Windsor-Essex will benefit first from a new study that is trying to help women with one of the worst forms of breast cancer. 497 more words


Windsor nurses hired on the spot at Henry Ford Hospital job fair

Henry Ford Hospital wasted little time in a campaign to fill more than 50 vacant nursing positions with highly sought after Canadian workers.

Fifty-four smiling nurses walked away from a job fair at Windsor’s Caboto Club on Wednesday with offers to work at the tertiary care hospital in Detroit. 794 more words


Detroit or bust: Windsor nursing grads crossing border to find work close to home

After four years of practising patient injections, dressing changes and administering medication, Aimee Chernawski is ready to find a job.

The newly certified registered nurse is one of more than 300 graduates from the University of Windsor’s collaborative nursing program. 689 more words


Blind Windsor woman in need of double organ transplant

Amanda Farrer was 24 years old when she lost her vision, bringing an abrupt end to her criminology studies at the University of Windsor and dreams of being a lawyer. 791 more words


Patients treated sooner with addition of urgent care centre, says Windsor Regional

Wait times in Windsor’s emergency rooms should drastically decrease, if plans are approved for a new urgent care centre, say health officials.

The centre, which is slated for construction in Windsor’s urban core, is a key component in the proposal for a new mega-hospital unveiled just last week. 572 more words


Windsor Regional racing to the finish line for mega-hospital approval

Windsor’s not alone in its bid for a new $2-billion regional hospital, so health officials remain determined in their race to successfully pry highly sought after infrastructure funding from the province. 515 more words


The Star's View: County should pay its share of mega-hospital infrastructure costs

An ambitious healthcare blueprint for generations to come, the $2-billion mega-hospital plan brings with it both stunning possibilities and daunting challenges.

Community and municipal support, both evident at the outset, will go a long way towards convincing the province to fund the bulk of the huge cost. 418 more words