Soldiers’ Memorial Cuts The Ribbon on Integrated Unit

IMRS Means Patients Don't Have To Travel Within Hospital As Much

The ribbon has been cut and now a new medical unit is open for business in Orillia. The Integrated Medicine and Rehab Services unit was unveiled at Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital this morning, said to be a part of a larger commitment to design the hospital around care for patients. “It’s all about wrapping care around the patient in one location instead of moving patients to different areas of the hospital as they transition from the different phases of their care and recovery” says Pat Campbell, President and CEO of OSMH. The integrated unit allows patients to get treatment at the same location, without being trucked around the hospital. You can find it on the fourth floor of Soldiers’ Memorial.

Banner photo courtesy OSMH. (l-r) Ryan Miller, IMRS Manager, Pat Campbell, President and CEO of OSMH, Kari Simpson-Adams, Chief Nursing Executive and Senior Program Director – Local Patient Programs and Dr. Kevin Young, Geriatrician cut the ribbon at the IMRS grand opening.