KINGSTON, ON., November 20, 2023 – Registered nurses (RNs) at one of the medicine units at the General site of Kingston Health Sciences Centre have called in an independent panel of nursing experts to investigate their concerns about RN staffing levels and the impact on safe, quality patient care on the hospital’s medicine unit.
CAMPBELLFORD, ON – An Independent Assessment Committee (IAC) panel of nursing experts has made 141 recommendations to address serious concerns raised by registered nurses (RNs) in the Medical/Surgical unit at Campbellford Memorial Hospital (CMH). The recommendations are aimed at improving staffing, recruiting, and retaining nurses and creating a quality practice setting.
CAMPBELLFORD, ON, June 23, 2023 – Specialized medical-surgical registered nurses (RNs) at Campbellford Memorial Hospital have taken the rare step of calling in an Independent Assessment Committee (IAC) to investigate issues in the hospital’s inpatient medical unit and special care unit. The nurses – members of the Ontario Nurses’ Association – have repeatedly raised serious concerns with hospital management and received no resolution.
May 12, 2023 (Collingwood, ON) – More than 130 recommendations must be implemented at the emergency department at Collingwood General and Marine Hospital (CGMH) to help improve patient care, retain nurses and improve working conditions, concludes an independent nursing expert panel.
COLLINGWOOD, ON., March 21, 2023 – After repeatedly raising serious concerns about patient safety and Registered Nurse (RN) staffing levels, RNs at Collingwood General and Marine Hospital are proceeding with an Independent Assessment Committee (IAC) to investigate issues in the hospital’s emergency department.
December 8, 2022, KINGSTON, ON – An independent panel of nursing experts has made 64 recommendations to improve patient care in the Mental Health and Addiction Care Program (MHAP) at Kingston General Hospital, many of which Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) members have been raising for several years.
KINGSTON, ON, October 18, 2022 – Citing grave concerns about the failure of Kingston Health Sciences Centre to take action to improve patient and staff safety, registered nurses (RNs) and the Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) have taken the rare, last-ditch step of calling in an independent panel of experts to review the hospital’s Mental Health and Addiction Care Program.
The Independent Assessment Committee (IAC) made a total of 157 recommendations to address the concerns of the registered nurses (RNs) related to violence, staffing and workload
RNs have called in an Independent Assessment Committee to review patient safety and RN staffing levels at Southlake Regional Health Centre’s Medical Assessment Consultation Unit. The RNs at Southlake Regional Health Centre are extremely concerned about the care these acutely ill, medically unstable patients are receiving.
An independent panel of nursing experts, called in by the ONA to look at care, professional practice issues and the environment in the St. Mary’s General Hospital emergency department, has recommended the hospital recruit more registered nurses (RNs).