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Routine IT maintenance on Wednesday, June 19 will cause service interruptions between midnight and 6:00am affecting the YourHealthNS app and on-line appointment booking including COVID-19 testing, blood collection, X-Ray, EKG and the Need a Family Practice Registry.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

Cancer care centres and community-based clinics

Nova Scotia has two specialty cancer centres, the QEII Cancer Centre in Halifax and the Cape Breton Cancer Centre in Sydney. Each provide a full range of cancer treatments, services and supports. 

Cancer centre staff also work closely with cancer health providers in community cancer clinics to provide patients with as much cancer treatment and care as is safely possible close to where they live. This includes some assessment services like doing tests to understand the cancer and possible treatments, systemic therapy (chemotherapy, immunotherapy), supportive care and follow-up care. Radiation therapy is only available at the two cancer centres.

Learn More About the QEII Cancer Centre 

Learn More About the Cape Breton Cancer Centre 

Learn More About Community-Based Cancer Clinics 

Patient Education Resources

Accessing Primary Care

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Answer a few quick questions to receive personalized instructions for accessing Nova Scotia Health's primary care options near you including in-person, virtual and telephone options.

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Find Emergency Care

Use this tool to identify the emergency care options that are currently available nearest to you.

If this is a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1 for immediate assistance

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YourHealthNS App

Much of Nova Scotia's healthcare program and service information is now available on the YourHealthNS mobile app. Download for free on the Apple Store and Android Apps for Google Play.

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