Providing excellent care in a safe workplace
Congratulations and thank you to all staff, volunteers, and physicians for continuing to practice and promote safety in our workplace at West Parry Sound Health Centre.
Read more about the success of our recent Ministry of Labour workplace inspection in this week's edition of News Centre.
WPSHC Foundation launches Northern Angel recognition
Our Foundation has just launched its Northern Angel campaign - recognizing staff and physicians whose care has inspired public generosity. Care and compassion that inspires a donation from someone you’ve touched, earns you the Northern Angel title signified by an angel pin. This little pin, made especially for the Foundation, honours people in all departments in our health centre whose actions/care inspire donations of $100 or more.
Read more about the Northern Angel program in this week's edition of News Centre.
We're promoting summer safety
West Parry Sound Health Centre is actively promoting summer safety along with a better public understanding of the work that takes place in our Emergency Department. We're encouraging people to take simple precautions that will help to avoid a trip into ER. The attachment available here also promotes Massasauga Rattlesnake awareness and safety. WPSHC operates the Provincial Massasauga Rattlesnake Antivenom Depot. You can read more about this program by looking under the 'programs' button at the top of this web page.
News Centre - promoting rattlesnake awareness and safety
West Parry Sound Health Centre was actively promoting summer safety and rattlesnake awareness during last Saturday’s Carling Community Market. EMS paramedics joined with their emergency service partners from the Township of Carling fire service and Community Relations Officer Jim Hanna talked about the health centre's operation of the Provincial Massasauga Rattlesnake Antivenom Depot along with Killbear Provincial Park Head Naturalist Kenton Otterbein.
Read more in this week's edition of News Centre