Emily's journey

At only a few weeks old, Emily almost lost her life in a battle with neonatal diabetes. Ten years after diagnosis, a surprising new test and treatement option offered at LHSC's Children's Hospital would uncover a bright new future.

From responder to survivor, a life-saving reversal of roles

Even as a trained emergency first responder, nothing could prepare David Barnim for his own call for help when he suffered a heart attack alone, one frigid February night. Learn about his life-saving experience at LHSC.

Bringing learning to life

As one of Canada's largest acute care academic hospitals, LHSC serves as the training ground for more than 2,500 students entering the health-care field every year. Discover how LHSC's teaching mandate is cultivating the next generation of health-care providers.

Back into the swing

Learn how hip replacement surgery changed the course of Herb Hunter's life forever, and spared him from a life of debilitating pain.

Did you know?

LHSC’s Food Services department covers almost 30,000 square feet and prepares over 2,400 meal trays each day, but did you know how much research, preparation and care goes into each and every meal?

Scientists have a heart-to-heart for Children's Health

One out of every 100 babies born in Canada suffers from a heart problem. Thanks to LHSC’s Dr. Kambiz Norozi and a team of researchers at Lawson’s Children’s Health Research Institute (CHRI), the outlook continues to improve for babies and youth.

On the scene at LHSC

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