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LifeLines - Royal Bank Theatre flooded

Large volumes of rain caused damage to the Halifax Infirmary's storm system, flooding the Royal Bank Theatre.

Primary Health Care Connections assists over 1,000 people to find family doctors

Primary Health Care Connections is an initiative that assists people with finding a family physician or collaborative team practice.

BUMP goes "live" at the Dartmouth General

The Bed Utlilization Management Project now works in real time at the Dartmouth General Hospital, giving accurate information about beds -...

LifeLines - HI Site - Planned Hot Water Outage Thursday, Aug. 23

Engineering & Facility Services will shut off hot water at the Halifax Infirmary Thursday.

LifeLines - Victoria General Site Power Restored

Power is back on in the Victoria General building.

Paging System being enhanced August 20

More than 3000 pagers. 50,000 pages a month. Capital Health upgrades its system for improved patient safety.

Retroactive collective agreement to be implemented - NSGEU Healthcare (Local 42)

Capital Health and the Union have ratified and signed the agreement. When will it be reflected in your pay?

Put BBQ safety on the front burner this summer

Few things compare to the great taste of food prepared on the outside grill. Prevent accidents by following these safe steps - and enjoy...

Student Mentoring Opportunity

Are you a member of a great team who loves to mentor students? Our Interprofessional Steering Group wants to hear from you!

National Acadian Day - August 15

Join Capital Health's French Language Coordinator at a location near you. Bonne Fete!

Another Step Toward Case Costing

We're moving from “We think…” to “We know…”  An update on how case costing helps us all...

Capital Health Week - Are you in?

September 24-28 is Capital Health Week. We've got the date. Now all we need is ... you!

Auditor General Report says: Infection prevention and control works at Capital Health

May 30, the Auditor General released his report. Health Services Manager Tammy MacDonald sends a heart-felt "well done" to all...

Changes to Interim Federal Health Program (Immigration)

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) recently announced that, as of June 30, 2012, there will be significant changes to the Interim...

Thrive! Take the Pledge

The Nova Scotia Government is tackling childhood obesity, inactivity and unhealthy eating. Here's how you can help.

District Medical Advisory Committee says 'Thank you!'

At a recent District Medical Advisory Committee meeting, members wished to express their thanks for efforts around April's strike...

Spring Nursing Graduates - Employment Opportunities

Capital Health is looking for 2012 Graduate Nurses to fill possible, casual positions.

Whooping cough - is your immunization up to date?

With reported cases of whooping cough in Northern Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, how do you know if your health is protected?

Organizational Changes in Acute Care

Vice President People Centred Health and Acute Care announces changes to her portfolio.

LifeLines - Clarity around Print Shop and Audio Visual Services

Clarification of Audio Visual and Print Shop Services: