Parking lot paving is now complete outside of the emergency department at Hants Community Hospital. As a result, the emergency department entrance and back parking lot for both the hospital and Haliburton Place have re-opened to traffic as of today. Staff and visitors can now use the freshly paved parking lots available on site, and are asked to stop parking unnecessarily in off-site areas. Staff are asked to respect that the front parking lot is prioritized for patents, visitors and the public.
A lot can change in 17 years.
In 2002, Chris Fraser was a bank teller with no medical background or training. Now, he’s a registered nurse (RN) and health services manager on the intermediate Medical/Surgical Intermediate Care Unit (MSIMCU) of the Halifax Infirmary (HI).
As a cytotechnologist with Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA), Kim MacRae is part of a team of skilled health professionals doing its part to help prevent cervical cancer and find it earlier, when treatment is most effective.
As prideHealth navigator for Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA), Hanqing Yang supports engagement with community members, directing individuals to resources and education sessions related to 2SLGBTQ+* health.
In 2018, 13 community groups in the Victoria County received funding from Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) and the Department of Health and Wellness (DHW) for projects that support local health care priorities.
A project to pave the parking lot at Hants Community Hospital and Haliburton Place continues with Phase 3 starting Tuesday, July 16. During this phase, there will be no access to the hospital’s emergency department entrance. Emergency department traffic, including Emergency Health Services, will be rerouted to the front entrance of the facility.