This last fiscal year 2015-2016 was a year of significant challenge and transformation—a year that also brought us efficiency, innovation and excellence.
NBRHC is one of the provinces’ highest performing Emergency Departments for sustaining wait time improvements over the years.
Agreement with North Bay City Council to contribute up to $175,000 annually (matched by the hospital) for the next three years to family physician recruitment in our community.
NBRHC is a community partner in the development of the Nipissing East Parry Sound Health Link to develop processes for complex, high users of our health care system in our district.
NBRHC earns Accredited with Commendation from Accreditation Canada.
A joint review (NBRHC & Health Sciences North) of adult mental health and addiction services in the northeast region.
The Canadian Institute for Health Information defines efficiency as ‘a health system that avoids waste of equipment, supplies, ideas and energy.’ This allows more services to be delivered with fewer resources.
Given the scope of our role, efficient practices are vital to sustainably providing quality, safe patient care.
The King Street Campus of the North Bay Regional Health Centre amalgamated and co-located mental health and addiction services at one site.
Dr. Ravinder Singh, Chief Department of Surgery, says as the hospital moved toward more laparoscopic (minimally invasive) surgeries, it became clear that the team wasn’t using all the medical instruments provided on the surgical trays.
Patients are involved in 94% of NBRHC’s quality improvement initiatives.
The 2015-2016 fiscal year was about gratitude. Gratitude for how our patients and families shared their journeys of healing and recovery to inspire our community.
Donors who made cash gifts, pledge payments and gifts-in-kind from April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2016