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National Stroke Awareness Campaign

National Stroke Awareness Campaign

The National Stroke Awareness Campaign “Be Stroke Smart, Be OK” comprises 2 key messages: “Stop Stroke” highlights that 80% of strokes are preventable, by encouraging individuals to take control of their health by managing their risk factors and “Spot Stroke” conveys recognition of stroke symptoms using the F.A.S.T. message (Face drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulty, Time to call 995), and to seek early treatment at the hospital by calling 995 for an ambulance.

Silent No More: Giving Voice to Mental Illness

Silent No More: Giving Voice to Mental Illness

This special portal features stories about youth and suicide, trauma and stigma, despair and hope. The series delves into family and friends who cope, hope and heal, as each person shares their own journey towards recovery and improved mental health and well-being. Besides learning about the recovery journeys of individuals with lived exerperience, find out what you can do to make a difference.   

Imagine October 2019 – January 2020 Issue

Imagine October 2019 – January 2020 Issue

In this issue, we look at what constitutes burnout and how we can manage – and even prevent – it. Other highlights include features on autism spectrum disorder and what to note when deciding to disclose one’s mental health condition to others. 

Patient Experience Survey

Patient Experience Survey

We want to hear from you! IMH is conducting the Patient Experience Survey to obtain feedback from patients and caregivers. Information collected will help us to identify areas for improvement. Thank you for helping us improve our service. This online survey should take 15 minutes or less to complete.  

We now accept credit card donations!

We now accept credit card donations!

The Woodbridge Hospital Charity Fund was established to raise money to pay for activities and programmes that aim to improve the lives of our patients. You can lend a hand by donating to this fund. We accept cash, cheque, credit card and Giro donations.

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