'twas the night before Christmas

It was a typically busy Christmas season for Don Reid, Santa Claus at a local mall.

Long road to recovery

Yvonne White spent four years, off and on, in a wheelchair and on crutches. Five years ago she stopped using a cane.

Trauma care: a family's perspective

Jenica Groot-Nibbelink does not remember her weeks in the trauma unit, but her parents recall the excellent care she received during this very difficult time.

Eating disorders: the transition years

Treatment for children and adolescents with eating disorders differs greatly from the treatment of adults. We explore how LHSC helps its young patients transition to adult care.

Local neighbourhoods influence children's nutrition

From walking to school to visiting the playground, children interact with their neighbourhoods every day. Lawson researcher Dr. Jason Gilliland looked at how children’s surroundings affect their nutrition.

75 years of cancer care: a look back

The London Regional Cancer Program is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. Read about its proud history of innovation and patient care.

You Asked Us

How does the hospital use the blood that is donated? London Health Sciences Centre is among the top users of blood product in Canada, and cares for the most medically complex and critically ill patients in our region.