Improving cultural understanding
In keeping with the 24 calls for action identified in the North East Local Health Integration Network's Aboriginal Health Care Strategy and Reconciliation Action Plan, Indigenous awareness trainer George Couchie was in the health centre last week to lead a day-long session in Noojimowin Bimaadziwin Gamik (the Healing Room).
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Engaging with Patients and Families
WPSHC's Dietary Services Supervisor recently provided our Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) with a complete tour of the health centre kitchen. Keeping our patients healthy and happy is an important role for Dietary Services staff in our Delivery of Patient and Family Centred Care.
During every monthly meeting, the Council members will be touring a different area of the health centre.
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We're thankful for our Volunteers
WPSHC’s annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner was held on November 6 at St. Peter’s Hall and the large crowd was served a delicious meal by staff members and board directors.
Story and photo in this week's edition of News Centre.
Lakeland - Everyone enjoys Halloween Fun
Lakeland Long Term Care celebrated another popular success during the annual Pumpkin Trail. Residents lined the hallways on Halloween night to give candy to the visiting children in their spook-tacular costumes.
Photos inside this week's edition of News Centre.