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Clinics & Inpatient Care Units

Hemophilia Comprehensive Care Program

March 2019 enewsletter

Subject: Announcement from the clinic

Thanksgiving harvest

Dear friends,

Hope you all are doing well.

We are sorry to have to tell you that our Hemophilia Case Manager, the wonderful Georgina Floros, will be leaving our program as of March 26. Georgina has been a key member of our clinic team, and we will all miss her gentle and compassionate touch. Georgina hopes to continue her close involvement with the world of hemophilia in other capacities, so the wisdom she has accumulated over the years at both St. Michael's and Sick Kids Hospitals will still be available to improve the lives of people with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. We all wish Georgina nothing but the best in her future career and personal endeavours.

At the same time, we are delighted to enthusiastically welcome McKenzie Quevillon as our new Hemophilia Clinical Coordinator. McKenzie joins us from the Endoscopy Unit at St. Michael's. We are fortunate in having McKenzie, a dynamic nurse leader and innovator, join our team. As you will soon see for yourselves, our Hemophilia Program has once again found the ideal person for this critical role, just as we did when Georgina first joined us. McKenzie’s orientation will take place over the last half of April, and she will start her patient care role on May 1. In the interim, the program’s nursing responsibilities will be in the capable hands of Grace and Zainab, so your clinical needs will be met without any interruption.

Thanks for reading, 
The St. Michael’s Hemophilia Team

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