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Media Releases

Announcing the Incoming President & CEO

Further to the June 27, 2018 announcement of the retirement of the Woodstock Hospital’s President & CEO, Natasa Veljovic, the Board of Trust is pleased to announce that Perry Lang, Chief Operating Officer, has met the CEO selection criteria and accepted the role of President & CEO starting January 1, 2019. Click here to read more about the incoming President & CEO...

President & CEO's Retirement Announcement

Woodstock Hospital will begin transitioning the role of President & CEO after Natasa Veljovic announced her intention to retire December 31, 2018. Ms. Veljovic has served Woodstock Hospital for 25 years. During her 22 years as President & CEO, she has led the hospital through growth, improvements and tremendous change, including the building of a new facility. Click here to read more about Ms. Veljovic's leadership ...

Most Improved Ambulance Offload Times

Working with its partners at Oxford County Paramedic Services, Woodstock Hospital has significantly reduced its Ambulance Offload Times (AOT), an important step towards improving the patient experience for area residents. Click here to read more about our Ambulance Offload Times...

Give Thanks to Your Hospital Radiothon

The Heart FM Give Thanks to Your Hospital Radiothon is an exciting new event in Oxford County, that brings together the community to support the Woodstock Hospital Foundation. For twelve hours, stories about the hospital's Maternal Child Unit will take over the airwaves, encouraging listeners to donate and raise funds for equipment for that department. Click here to read more about Radiothon...

Marking the 20th Anniversary of the Dialysis Unit

Woodstock Hospital’s Dialysis Unit opened in August of 1997. In the past twenty years, 188 patients have passed through the doors and 25 have received kidney transplants. The unit has continually adapted to meet the increased patient need in the community. Click here to read more...

Integrating EHR on Bedside Monitors

On March 30, 2017, Woodstock Hospital was the first regional hospital in Canada to go live with an interface that collects patient data from the vital signs monitor to the Cerner electronic health record (EHR). Cerner’s CareAware iBus® for bedside medical device integration was used to allow bidirectional data sharing to eliminate the knowledge gap. Click here to read more...


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