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Services

Emergency – 24/7………33,149

Outpatient Clinics……….9,970

Outpatient Surgery……..4,744

Diagnostic Imaging……35,898

Challenges

Prevent TMH Emergency Room
from being reduced/closed

Attempted cut of Day Surgeries
(August 2015)

Staffing of ER with RPNs

Patient Safety in wake of
staffing changes

Improving cost efficiencies of TMH

Wins

$3.5 Million in additional funding (2015)
to keep TMH ER open

Dr. Hoskins announcement of retention
of Day Surgeries (August 2016)

Ministry announced approval
of new Health Hub at TMH

Our TMH News

Putting patients first at TMH
July 10, 2017 The Trentonian Our TMH, an advocacy group formed to defend health care in our community, is rapidly approaching the third year of its endeavour to preserve, protect and enhance Trenton Memorial Hospital. We are working diligently to collect Our TMH memberships and are currently just shy of 15,000 after months of effort. […]
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Dialysis Clinic for Quinte West Closer Than You Think
QUINTE WEST Council chamber was jam-packed tonight to hear Dr. David Weinstein, a local nephrologist, share with the audience, a blueprint plan to bring dialysis to Quinte West within the next 12 to 24 months. In attendance at tonight’s meeting were both the mayors of Quinte West and Brighton along with counselors from both communities […]
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First Annual General Meeting
The first OurTMH Annual General Meeting (AGM) took place in the Council Chambers at Quinte West City Hall on 16 November, 2016.  Click the link below to download a copy of the minutes. first-annual-gm-ourtmh-nov-16-16 Please contact us by email at info@ourtmh.com if you have any questions or comments.
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EDITORIAL: An important fight
The fight is amping up. It’s encouraging to see the Trenton community coming out of the woodwork to protect one of its most valued assets – its hospital. As the due date nears for Quinte Health Care to deliver a decision in terms of its funding shortfall, the community has risen to the challenge. All […]
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Concerns taken to health minister
QUINTE WEST – The city and Our TMH took its fight to save Trenton Memorial Hospital directly to the province’s top health care official Tuesday. Mayor Jim Harrison, along with a delegation of councillors and city officials, met with provincial Health Minister Dr. Eric Hoskins at the Ontario Good Roads convention in Toronto. A delegation […]
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QHC wants transit talks
Quinte Health Care is calling on municipalities and other organizations to begin a regional discussion on transportation. Senior communications director Susan Rowe said transportation is “a top concern” among people responding to its recent surveys on restructuring. “Usually this is about patients who are worried about getting to medical appointments,” Rowe said. But she said […]
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