InnoEx2015
Innovation Happen Here
April 1, 2015 marks the 2nd InnovationEx, an exposition of innovations and exchange of ideas. Host by the Joint Centres for Transformative Healthcare Innovation, the expo highlights innovative initiatives undertaken by 6 community hospitals, including Southlake.
Teddy Bear Project
Since 2000 our volunteers have contributed more than 1 million hours

Meet Beth and Dinie, two amazing volunteers who are making a difference in the lives of patients through their contribution of handmade Teddy Bears ...

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We've Extended Visiting Hours
To balance opportunities to spend time with family and friends, with a patient’s need for rest and healing, visiting hours are now 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. daily
Run Walk for Southlake
2015 Run or Walk for Southlake

Registration is Now Open!

On April 26, 2015 lace up your shoes to run or walk in support of Southlake. Together, we can transform lives, close to home.

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Check out the Cancer Education Lecture Series
The Stronach Regional Cancer Centre offers a regular series of free lectures on cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. The lectures are open to the public. Check out the next lecture or watch previous lectures online.
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Teaching

To train the professionals of tomorrow, Southlake physicians and staff must be at the top of their game and knowledgeable about innovations and advancements in treatment.

A strong academic agenda is one of the ways the Hospital can continue to ensure our patients are receiving the latest evidence-based care. It promotes an atmosphere of continual learning, of asking: Is this the best, latest, most efficient, most effective way of doing things?

Training also introduces future doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to the community, many of whom may choose to practise locally when they have completed their training.

There is good evidence that 30 to 40 per cent of trainees will practice near the areas where they did their training. This is an opportunity to have some of the best and brightest young physicians, nurses, social workers, and medical technicians wanting to practise here. 

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596 Davis Drive, Newmarket, Ontario   L3Y 2P9
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