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This message is for users of the CZ Discharge Summary only

Effective June 30, 2016 eSummary (web application) will be replacing Discharge Summary (sharepoint eDischarge).

NSHEPP 2015 Year in Review now available

The Nova Scotia Health Employees' Pension Plan 2015 Year in Review is now available.

Supply organization reduces costs and improves patient care

Saving money can be a challenge in health care, but the key to success can be found with the 5S approach: sort, straighten, shine,...

2015 Christmas Gift Program; another successful year!

This year, as for the past 36 years, Father Eric Theriault, organized the Christmas Gift Program with his driver, Jim King.  They...

Workers’ Compensation (Legal Services Division) donates to Mental Health and Addictions Program

This year, the  Mental Health and Addictions department was fortunate to be the recipient of a generous donation from the Workers...

Health, Dental and Basic Life Insurance Benefit Premium Holiday! Revised dates

We are pleased to share some good news about the NSHA Central Zone Benefit Program. There were no health, dental nor Basic Life...

Dependents in Health/Dental Plans for 2016 Semester

Is your child still covered under your Extended Health or Dental plan beyond Dec. 31, 2015?

Health, Dental and Basic Life Insurance Benefit Premium Holiday!

Good news! There were no health, dental nor Basic Life insurance benefit cost increases in 2015.

Celebration honouring diversity bursary recipients to take place Sept. 17

Join us to celebrate the recipients of our first diversity bursaries.

Changes to incident investigation report forms to make process easier and more efficient

Safety and Injury Prevention, Central Zone, has made some changes to incident investigation report forms to make the process easier and...

Gas pipeline to affect traffic on Summer Street and Veterans Memorial Lane

Access to all entrances will be maintained, and the QEII shuttle will to continue to run. Street parking will be affected.

Emergency line and safe line - when to use

Call SAFE (902-473-SAFE) to report all workplace hazards. Call 902-473-3333 for emergencies at the following locations: QEII...

The power of a simple introduction

Introducing ourselves to patients, clients, visitors and colleagues is an important part of providing exceptional service. That’s why...

NSHA Central Zone salutes volunteers

Almost 2,000 volunteers share their unique talents and skills to support patients, clients, residents and families in more than...

Urgent Message for Members Planning to Retire or Resign Before June 1, 2015

The Province of Nova Scotia released new pension regulations on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 that may make it beneficial for you to postpone...

Research employees recognized for long service

The event was hosted by Dr. Patrick McGrath, Vice-President, Research, who welcomed and paid tribute to the evening’s guests.

Housekeeping celebrates Earth Day

Recycling demonstrations underway Wednesday, April 22 across the Central Zone of Nova Scotia Health Authority. 

Cultural competence education session provides information, challenges assumptions

It’s important to Peggy McEachreon, librarian educator for Nova Scotia Health Authority’s (NSHA) Central Zone, to work for an...

Cogswell roundabout construction will affect parking and traffic flow to QEII

Construction begins April 12 and will affect on-street parking, bus routes, and may cause delays.

Winners announced in 2014 flu campaign

Almost half of all employees were vaccinated in 2014.