What started as a quality improvement project at St. Martha’s Regional Hospital in Antigonish (Eastern Zone) has expanded into a collaborative research project based at the Aberdeen Hospital in New Glasgow (Northern Zone), involving Halifax-based researcher, Dr. Robin Urquhart (Central Zone).
The nursing team has completed education and clinical preparation and the supports are in place as Sydney’s Every Woman’s Centre prepares to start the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program on Monday, September 17.
Nova Scotia Health Authority’s (NSHA) Regional Tissue Bank and the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner Service marked a unique partnership Thursday which has resulted in the first dedicated tissue recovery in Canada to operate within a Medical Examiner’s jurisdiction.
Gabriela Vellego’s first language is Portuguese. She also speaks fluent French, English and Spanish and is learning German and Italian. Languages aren’t just an interest for Vellego; they’re a passion. / La langue maternelle de Gabriela Vellego est le portugais. Elle parle aussi couramment le français, l’anglais et l’espagnol, et elle apprend l’allemand et l’italien. Les langues ne sont pas qu’un simple intérêt pour Gabriela, elles sont une passion.
"Every day is good"
Each year, hundreds of Nova Scotians get a second chance at life thanks to the generosity of organ and tissue donors. Learn how Eric King is living his life to the fullest after receiving the gift of life from an organ donor.
Find out more about Legacy of Life here http://www.nshealth.ca/legacy-life
Saint Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation (SMRHF) is pleased to announce the Sobey Foundation has made a transformative $1 million gift in support of cardiorespiratory care at the Hospital. In recognition of the gift, the cardio and respiratory services will be named Sobey Cardiorespiratory Services.
Close to 17 months after crews broke ground on the new addition at Dartmouth General Hospital, the facility’s staff, physicians and contractors are continuing to work together to create modern new care spaces that will better meet the needs of patients today and in the future.
When Dr. Amanda MacDonald and a fellow doctor initially opened their Windsor medical practice four years ago, there was a lineup of would-be patients stretching around the building and down the block on opening day.