Rainbow flags were flown at four Capital Health locations and at the IWK Health Centre for the 2014 ten days of pride celebrations.
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There are changes coming to health care in Nova Scotia. Find out more about the merger of nine district health authorities.Read More »
Capital Health is working to make blood collections an easier process for patients while maintaining the highest level of quality and patient safety.Read More »
Avon View High School students pitch in for Haliburton Place.
Find out how changes and great teamwork are having an impact at the Transitional Care Unit.Read More »
The Twin Oaks Emergency Department is closed today, Aug. 1, 2014, until 8 p.m. due to physician illness.
Capital Health researchers are on the forefront of efforts to improve overall function and quality of life in stroke survivors.
Ron Russell’s got a sizeable fan club, many of them seniors. His stature is well earned through his many roles as bus driver,...
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