‘Code gray’ community outage subject at Queensway Carleton Hospital resolved

The QCH stated the community outage was resolved early Saturday and all appointments will go forward as scheduled.

After declaring a community outage on Friday, Sept. 9, the Queensway-Carleton Hospital (QCH) stated their system is now up and operating.

In line with a QCH tweet, the outage was declared over on Saturday, Sept. 10 and their secondary community core and system, software and cellphone points have been resolved, with appointments going forward as scheduled.

“Households and hospital companions will once more be capable of contact QCH on regular cellphone traces,” QCH tweeted, including that any surgical pre-op calls that might not be made Friday afternoon, can be prioritized on Monday, Sept. 12.

On Friday afternoon, the hospital tweeted that its web and exterior cellphone traces have been down, which impacted wait occasions within the hospital’s emergency division.

The QCH stated they are going to be conducting a assessment of the ‘Code Gray’ subject and reply subsequent week in hopes to enhance and be taught from the difficulty.

Hôpital Montfort additionally skilled IT issues on Friday which slowed down sure actions.

The hospital tweeted this morning that its emergency division wait time indicator needed to be reset however quickly introduced that its points had been resolved.