Community celebrates improved access to care
Community leaders, health centre staff, and partners from the Georgian Bay neighbourhood have officially opened a new dock at the Moose Deer Point Nursing Station - it’s a welcoming symbol and a necessary outreach to the water-based seasonal residents all along 12 Mile Bay and beyond.
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Make a Moose Call during annual Radio-a-thon
From your department at work, at your desk, at home or at the cottage start planning now to make a call during the annual
Moose Radio-a-thon from West Parry Sound Health Centre on Thursday, July 28.
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While in ER... learn a life-saving skill
Patients and other visitors can now learn some valuable health and safety lessons while they wait in our Emergency Department.
With work from EMS, an automated external defibrillator (AED) is now available in the ED waiting area. The fully functional public access defibrillator has a touch-access video screen. The device stores a video training library that currently includes information about how to use an EpiPen, proper use of a fire extinguisher, how to perform CPR, and how to use an AED.
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Family offers $500,000 matching opportunity for donors to Northern Angel Council
During a WPSHC Foundation celebration held in Toronto earlier this month, Brett and John LaGamba, owners of newly opened Provo FoodBar, hosted more than 80 cottaging families from our area. Long-time Lake Rosseau cottagers, Brett and John generously welcomed guests for an evening culminating in the announcement of the $500,000 gift from the Family of Walling & Julia Ruby.
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