St. Joseph’s takes a look back at some of its most read and trending stories during the past year

Behind the Mask >

Behind The Mask tells the stories of health care workers, volunteers and community members, capturing their feelings, functions, sacrifices, triumphs and experiences during COVID-19. 

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'Standing on the shoulders of giants' / Whisper of the sisters >

The COVID-19 pandemic has been an unprecedented time for health care providers around the globe, with historic challenges. But at St. Joseph’s Health Care London, trail blazers of long ago have helped guide the way. They are the pioneering Sisters of St. Joseph who laid an indomitable foundation of responding in times of great need – with respect, excellence and compassion.


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Western University, St. Joseph’s Health Care London partner to improve lives of those with mobility issues >

Thanks to a generous $2.5 million donation from William and Lynne Gray to St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation, Western University and St. Joseph’s have partnered to establish the William and Lynne Gray Research Chair in Mobility & Activity within Western’s Faculty of Health Sciences.

 two Indigenous women beating hand-held drums

Hope, healing, connection and wellness >

An innovative, collaborative program of Joseph’s and Atlohsa Family Healing Services is transforming the mental health care experience of Indigenous peoples.



To commemorate Remembrance Day… #CircleofRespect Salute >

To commemorate Remembrance Day, this year our usual in-person service was held virtually to protect our Veterans.

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Virtual patient care – the COVID-19 silver lining >

Without leaving home, patients across St. Joseph’s are receiving care, education and therapy through virtual technologies.






Dr. Pautler poses for a photo

Putting the lid on coffee shop talk >

It’s time to end misconceptions about prostate screening.










Dr. Michael Silverman poses for a photo in his clinic.

A father’s legacy, a son’s calling >

From childhood, Dr. Michael Silverman had been primed for the role he would eventually take on after medical school – one he saw as a vital blend of social justice and medicine.




Your donation enables unique dementia care at Mount Hope / Interactive Village tour  >


Students helping stroke patients with unique kits >

When learning that people suffering from strokes were being negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, third year science students from Western University Varunaavee Sivashanmugathas and Ganathyashan (Yashan) Chelliahpillai acted fast.

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