We Are Ready

WRH employees and professional staff share their visions for the future new Windsor-Essex Hospitals System as well examples of how the current aging infrastructure negatively affects hospital patients and visitors.

Jen, Erica and Robert - WRH Guest Services Management Team
Vision: A back of the house pneumatic waste inlet system, dedicated elevators for service groups, and sustainable building materials that stand up to harsh chemicals used to disinfect.

 

Dr. Caroline Hamm
Vision: Single-site acute care hospital

 

Kaitlyn Sheehan, Intensive Care Unit
Vision: Appropriate space and privacy for patients in the ICU

 

Chiara, RN, Cardiac Catheterization Lab
Vision: Quick and seamless transfers of patients from the Emergency Department to Cath lab

 

Dr. Sindu Kanjeekal, Chief of Oncology, WRH Cancer Centre
Vision: Flexibility to grow and expand and add new cancer treatment programs

 

Dr. Americo Liolli, Chief of the Department of Anesthesiology
Vision: Single-site acute care hospital with all surgeons and anesthesiologists at the same location

 

Jennifer Webster, RN
Vision: Large, private rooms with bathrooms and desks for nurses to monitor unstable patients

 

Kelly Hindermeier, Occupational Therapist
Vision: Adequate treatment and assessment space for patient rehabilitation and wheelchair storage

 

Erika Vitale, Infection Prevention and Control
Vision: Separate areas for clean and dirty items

 

Lise, Security Guard
Vision: State-of-the-art security system

 

Dr. Swati Kulkarni, Medical Oncologist and Clinical Trial Lead in the WRH Cancer Centre
Vision: More treatment rooms and a bigger clinical trial department

 

Padma Ravi, RN
Vision: Bigger rooms to accommodate patient-centred care

 

Diane Bradford, Manager, Trauma Program and Injury Prevention
Vision: Safe and visible patient entrances

 

Marissa Rigg
Vision: Adequate heating and cooling throughout the entire hospital

 

Dr. Paul Bradford
Vision: New hospital with a helipad

 

Jennifer Nadalin, Clinical Practice Manager
Vision: Decentralized nursing stations

 

Linda Morrow
Vision: Vision, Dedicated elevators for patients

 

Julie Durocher
Vision: Easier access to patient health records

 

Brittany Genovese, RPN
Vision: More private rooms with plenty of space to care for patients

 

Daniel Zegrean, Plumber
Vision: State of the art infrastructure with less problems and less downtime

 

Allison Johnson, Communications Manager
Vision: Ample Parking

 

Tom Summerfield, Facilities Lead
Vision: Standardization and reliability of equipment

 

Allison Johnson, Communications Manager
Vision: Improved Wifi Signals

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