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Choices and Consequences Program Being Offered - Aug 28, 2014

Western Health is offering a support and education group for parents and caregivers of teens with problematic substance use. Choices and Consequences is an 8 week program that will provide participants with knowledge about the signs and symptoms of drug use, stages of use, communication skills, enabling, logical consequences, harm reductions, treatment issues, and relapse/relapse prevention. 

Window Repair Project at Western Memorial Regional Hospital - Aug 26, 2014

Please be advised there will be window caulking and repairs taking place at Western Memorial Regional Hospital beginning August 27.  The project includes all windows on the front of the hospital and is expected to be completed within 6 weeks. For the safety of the general public and our staff, barricades will be installed at the perimeter of the work area to prevent anyone from entering.

Monaghan Hall Residence Rooms available for Students - Aug 26, 2014

Western Health Residential Services is now accepting applications for post-secondary students to live at Monaghan Hall.  For more information, please contact 637-5235 or email  shelleyblackler@westernhealth.nl.ca.

Information Sessions: Supporting your Child after Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosis - Aug 11, 2014

Western Health is offering information sessions for parents whose children have been given a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  The sessions will cover topics such as understanding ASD diagnosis, parenting your child, family coping with an ASD diagnosis and community resources. Information sessions will take place over three consecutive weeks beginning September 24. 

Western Health Announces Stroke Transport Protocol for Northern Peninsula Stroke Patients - Aug 7, 2014

Western Health today is providing information regarding the new Stroke Direct Transport Protocol.  The protocol will mean that patients who live north of Hawke’s Bay on the Northern Peninsula may be diverted to Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony in the event of a suspected stroke.



















 

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