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What are some facts about Humber Memorial Hospital?

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Humber Memorial Hospital is an acute care hospital that operates on three sites. The hospital is affiliated with Queen's University and University of Toronto. Humber Memorial Hospital has approximately 500 beds, 400 volunteers and 700 physicians.

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The hospital is the first facility in Canada to offer a home nocturnal dialysis program. The organization welcomes feedback from patients and uses patients’ comments to improve its services.

Humber Memorial Hospital was the first regional community hospital to offer anesthesia for MRIs. Humber River’s Medical Imaging Program functions as a fully digital department. It has implemented voice-recognition reporting for radiologists and a picture archiving and communication system. The facility features a preparation and recovery patient area that delivers the resources the imaging team needs to take good care of patients and their families. Patients can find imaging services throughout the hospital.

A breast health center with various services is available in one location. Patients can use full imaging services in the emergency department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They can also get X-ray services in the surgical fracture clinic.

The hospital’s medical imaging services have partnered with GTA West Diagnostic Imaging Repository and West Park Healthcare Center to provide comprehensive services to patients. EHealth Ontario’s Diagnostic Imaging Common Service enables the organization to conveniently share and view patients’ diagnostic images and reports from various parts of Ontario.

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