Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) Public Health is hoping more parents of children born in 2011 will respond to its immunization survey. Launched province-wide in late November, the survey is meant to highlight the challenges and barriers parents and guardians face when immunizing their children.
By mid-December, most high school students are looking forward to Christmas break. But at Digby General Hospital an enthusiastic group of students were looking forward to learning about health care careers.
Some programs and services within Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) will begin relocating to a new building this week. Starting Friday, Jan. 24 and continuing over the next few weeks, programs and services at 235 Townsend Street in Sydney will relocate to a new building at 795 Alexandra Street, Sydney (Prime Brook site). These programs and services include Child and Adolescent Mental Health & Addiction Services, Public Health, Accounts Receivable Service Centre, Payroll, Facilities Management & Support and Primary Health Care’s administrative offices.
“I love this program. The potential of it is huge.” Registered nurse Maria Forbes gets excited when she talks about the National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP) and what it means for patients.