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Alberta Health 56m
Knowing the signs of an opioid overdose can help save a life. Call 911 if you suspect you or a loved one are experiencing these symptoms. Learn more:
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Julie Rohr Sep 18
Replying to @JulieRohrYEG
Also: high fructose corn syrup. Red 40, blue 1. ???!!! Why? Why do you serve patients stuff like this?!? 😭 Out of all my MANY hospital stays I’ve consumed ~10% of the food brought to me. My Opa said war prison camp food was better than hospital food. For reals guys.
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Braylie Brooke Sep 19
Replying to @AHS_media
3. does little to support the training of provisional psychologists who often remain unemployed or underemployed for long periods of time. A similar model to medical residency programs would be instrumental.
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Covenant Health 2h
Relay of the Decade celebrates Covenant Health's 10th anniversary.
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Covenant Health 2h
Approximately 300,000 Albertans suffer from vascular diseases.
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Covenant Health Sep 21
Replying to @CovenantCA
The program has attracted top surgical specialists in this field and currently maintains 7 full-time vascular surgeons. The NAVC performs about 2,300 surgical interventions a year.
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Brian Torrance Sep 21
Thanks for hosting brainstorming on . This is not a sports story. It’s wellness, mental health & most importantly a story of creating a place of belonging. is happy to continue to help this amazing iniatiative.
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Covenant Health Sep 21
Sept. 21st will officially be know as Vascular Health Day in Alberta
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C Vandenberghe 7h
"Low-income & homeless Calgarians will have faster access to mental health services at CUPS as the Government of Alberta increases support to eliminate the wait list"
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Bogeywheels Sep 14
Replying to @CIHI_ICIS
Played with patient cost estimator: AB, age 60-79, top ten, highest volume by CMGs (case mix groups,i.e., ~patients) Most common in age group: Unilateral (partial) KNEE REPLACEMENT (n=3994) Ave. cost: $10,454 Total cost: $41,753,276
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Karin Laser Ristau Sep 19
You may want to ask me about a very special senior, who asked that I call the or to let them know the food in hospitals was definitely a huge contributing factor to why folks were not getting well! Hospital - a place where good nutrition should abound.
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Covenant Health Sep 21
Today the Grey Nuns celebrates the grand opening of two operating theatres with hybrid suite technology for advanced vascular procedure imaging – the first of its kind in Canada.
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Friends of Medicare 2h
Remember: Our Fall Fundraiser is THIS THURSDAY! Last chance to get your ticket to join us for an evening of music, food, and fun as we prepare for another year of advocating for our public health care!
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iTacit Sep 19
Congratulations to on your Grand Opening of your amazing facility. What a great concept!
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Bethany Care Society 6h
Today, our first residents will call home! Welcome!
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Covenant Health Sep 21
Replying to @ChristinaNDP
Minister took in an opportunity to see how incredible the technology is for patients. There is exceptional image resolution, lower X-ray exposure and flexibility in treating our patients
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Covenant Health Sep 21
The relay legs and festivities invited people across the organization and beyond, such as , mayors, councillors, physicians and long-term care residents.
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United Nurses of AB 7h
Representatives of U.S. nurses’ union visit Alberta to see public health care in operation:
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Covenant Health Careers 7h
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Dr Melanee Thomas Sep 21
If only "under expensing" were a thing. Imagine if the teachers in (and elsewhere), say, could claim all the supplies they buy out of pocket for their classrooms. Or families for basics for their relatives in long-term care in
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