TORONTO, May 8, 2017 /CNW/ - On behalf of the Ontario Hospital Association's (OHA) 145 member hospitals, we are proud to
"The commitment of nurses to ensuring that patients and clients are well cared for and the immense support they provide to their organizations, are vitally important to delivering high-quality care. Nurses bring a passion to their work – a desire to help patients and clients at different stages in their health care journeys. On behalf of the OHA and hospitals, we thank all of Ontario's nurses across the continuum of care, for all you do to benefit patients, their families, your communities, and our health care system," said Anthony Dale, OHA President and CEO.
About the OHA
The OHA is the voice of Ontario's public hospitals. Founded in 1924, the OHA uses advocacy, education and partnerships to help build a strong, innovative and sustainable health care system for all Ontarians.
SOURCE Ontario Hospital Association
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