TORONTO, May 11, 2015 /CNW/ - On behalf of the Ontario Hospital Association's 147 member hospitals, we would like to take a moment to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions of the more than 75,000 nurses that contribute to the lives of patients each day in Ontario hospitals. Whether they are providing highly-skilled specialized care to critically-ill patients, or helping to shape care in hospitals across the province within senior leadership roles, nurses are committed to their critical role in the delivery of patient-centered care. Through each of their roles across the continuum of care, together, nurses make a significant impact on our ever-evolving health care system.
"Nurses are on the frontlines in Ontario hospitals, each day delivering high quality care to patients. They are at the forefront of our transforming health care system, and play a vital role in the delivery of patient care. On behalf of the OHA, we thank Ontario nurses for the valuable contributions they make each day to our patients, their families, communities, and our health care system," said Anthony Dale, OHA President and Chief Executive Officer.
About the OHA
The Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) is the voice of Ontario's public hospitals. Founded in 1924, the OHA uses advocacy, education and partnerships to build a strong, innovative and sustainable health care system for all Ontarians.
SOURCE Ontario Hospital Association
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