Faces of the QEH

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Faces of the QEH – Paula Triantafillou

“At some point in time, everybody will need the services of the QEH.”

At 18 years and counting, Paula Triantafillou, RN, is the veteran of the Endoscopy Department in the QEH Ambulatory Care Centre. In that time she has seen Endoscopy evolve with many new therapies and procedures that are supported with state-of-the-art equipment and technologies. Read More

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Faces of the QEH – Rhonda Lewis

“I am forever grateful for the phenomenal team of health care professionals.”

As a registered nurse from Cable Head, PEI, Rhonda Lewis walked herself into the QEH, five days a week, for 23 years. Never did she think she’d be wheeled in from an ambulance. It was an ordinary day at home, except for a headache she couldn’t seem to shake. After being diagnosed with Crohn’s last fall she was getting used to having good days and bad. Read More

 

 

 

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Faces of the QEH – Bill Hogg

“As we age, health care becomes increasingly important”

Bill Hogg has been a monthly donor of the QEH Foundation since 2012. As with the majority of Islanders, he and his family have visited the QEH at some point. “Loved ones facing health challenges in both Heather and my families over the years required us to visit the hospital for a wide variety of services and tests.” Read More

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Faces of the QEH – Stephanie Bell

“It is truly an honour to work in this profession”

Family Medicine Resident Stephanie Bell knew early on that becoming a family doctor was her dream. Originally from Toronto, she chose the Island do complete her medical residency program. “I was keen to join a smaller residency program, in a smaller community that allowed me to gather experience in different scopes of practice,” says Stephanie. “I fell in love with the Island and the people pretty quickly and my partner and I have made our home here.” [Read more…]

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Faces of the QEH – Marshall and Gillian Profitt

“This is our way of giving back to community”

Chances are Marshall and Gillian Profitt are familiar faces to you at the QEH.  They have been volunteering in various areas of the hospital for the last three years, assisting staff and patients, and have been enjoying every minute of it. Read More