Process improvements made through the
Performance Excellence Process - A goal of our organization is
to foster a culture of process improvement. Speak to our staff and
physicians who are making the changes necessary to better meet the
needs of our patients.
At any given time, physicians and staff across Horizon are
involved in over 500 research
studies. And every year, we invite media to an inter-professional
Health Research day devoted to showcasing hundreds of researchers
and their projects.
Recognition weeks/months provide great opportunities to
appreciate some of the people within our organization and the work
being done across our region. Interview a subject expert in
recognition of an annual occasion.
Volunteers across Horizon will attest to the benefits their
time gives to the patient experience as well as their own
fulfillment. We'll help you ask them about their stories and
provide you with the information you need to help us recruit new,
energetic volunteers for our facilities.
Our physician and staff are always receiving accolades for
their accomplishments and partnerships with other leading
health-care organizations. Help us publicly applaud these
individuals for the honours they receive.
Our programs and services are always reaching milestones,
whether it is an anniversary or advancement such as new technology,
expertise or service. Ask us what's new.
At any given time, we have a number of free workshops and
sessions offered in communities across our region. These sessions
offer participants with health tips, expert advice and the tools
needed to lead a healthy lifestyle. We appreciate the media's
assistance in their promotion.
Horizon maintains partnerships and affiliations with hospital
foundations and auxiliaries, schools, universities and other
organizations. Find out about some of the accomplishments achieved
through our collaborative efforts.
Attend a quarterly Horizon
Board meeting and hear discussions from our Board members and
leadership team on current health-care matters. Individuals and
community groups on the agenda are often good sources for stories