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HSN wishes everyone a wonderful and safe long weekend

Thursday, June 30, 2022

HSN wishes everyone a wonderful and safe long weekend

Health Sciences North wishes everyone a wonderful and safe long weekend with family and friends.

Introducing Deanna Jones-Keeshig, Indigenous Health Director

Thursday, June 30, 2022

Introducing Deanna Jones-Keeshig, Indigenous Health Director

We are pleased to wrap up National Indigenous History Month by introducing you to our new Director for Indigenous Health, Deanna Jones-Keeshig.

 

An experienced leader and health care professional, Deanna is excited to have joined HSN in this important role.

Dr. Robert Ohle Appointed Vice-President, Academic and Research Impact  at HSN and HSNRI

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Dr. Robert Ohle Appointed Vice-President, Academic and Research Impact at HSN and HSNRI

Health Sciences North (HSN) and Health Sciences North Research Institute (HSNRI) have appointed Dr. Robert Ohle to a six-year renewable term as Vice-President, Academic and Research Impact, effective August 8, 2022.

Changes to Visitor Policy

Monday, June 27, 2022

Changes to Visitor Policy

Safety for our patients, their families and our staff is our top priority at HSN.

In light of lower COVID-19 cases in our community, we are making a change to our visitor policy as of today, June 27, 2022.

Inpatients will now be allowed to have two visitors at a time and patients coming for outpatient appointments will be allowed to bring one person with them to their appointments.

HSN Celebrates Stroke Awareness Month

Friday, June 24, 2022

HSN Celebrates Stroke Awareness Month

Stroke is a medical emergency. More people are surviving stroke because of increased public awareness, better treatment and coordinated systems of care, but four in 10 Canadians do not know how to recognize the signs of stroke.

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