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New AGH five year strategic plan has four areas of focus

by Mary Wilson-Trider, President & CEO of the Almonte General Hospital/ Fairview Manor  Earlier in the year, I wrote about the Hospital Board’s strategic...

The Ottawa Valley Family Health Team is holding an open house

The OVFHT is holding an Open House on Thursday June 14, 2012 so members of the community can tour our new  location, meet our...

Gay Cook’s sweet and spicy nuts

Makes about 3 cups 3 cups (750 mL) whole almonds, pecans and or walnuts 1 large egg white 1 tsp (5 ml) water 3 tbsp (40 ml) granulated...

NHL player Kurtis Foster supports Summer Hospital Golf Classic

Kurtis Foster, of the Almonte-Carp area, finished the 2012 NHL season with the Minnesota Wild and in July will try his hand in the...

Royal Canadian Legion grant supports equipment for AGH

The Almonte General Hospital/Fairview Manor (AGH/FVM) Foundation was pleased to receive recent confirmation of a $7,500 grant from the Ontario Provincial Command Branches and...

Gay Cook’s pear and Roquefort salad

Makes 4-5 servings Pear and Roquefort are a great combination - the sweetness of the pear contrasts wonderfully with the piquant cheese. 3-12 red or green...

Physiotherapists are key members of the AGH health care team

May is National Physiotherapy Month, providing an opportunity to recognize and thank the Physiotherapists who provide caring treatment and support. The Almonte General Hospital...

Hospice palliative care coming soon

  by Glenda Jones After much research we are now at the point of finalizing a plan of action. We have incredible community support for...

Gay Cook’s fresh minted ice tea

6 – 8 servings Freshly made ice tea made with tea leaves is so refreshing on a hot day and it can’t be compared to...

The Almonte Farmers' Market opens for the season

The Almonte Farmers' Market launched its 2012 season in the library parking lot yesterday, May 19. It is too early for many vegetables but...

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