The Manitoba government is investing more than $358 million in capital projects throughout the province to ensure Manitobans have safe, reliable care at Manitoba’s health-care facilities for years to come.
The Manitoba government is investing $1.1-million to expand eating disorder programs at Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg, as well as create a safe nutrition clinic for people living with eating disorders.
The Manitoba government is investing $3.5 million in the Bruce Oake Recovery Centre to enhance access to mental health and addiction treatment in Manitoba.
Fifty-nine Conservative Members of Parliament have sent an open letter to Federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu urging Health Canada to approve the life-saving Cystic Fibrosis drug, Trikafta.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Manitoba Brain Injury Association (MBIA) has announced that it’s Wellness Program will be provided in a virtual environment starting on April 1, 2020.
The Manitoba government is investing more than $2.4 million over four years for three applied research projects to enhance real-time access to the data health-care providers need to make informed decisions when caring for patients.
Echocardiography services will be offered at the Selkirk Regional Health Centre starting next week, allowing residents living in the region to access care closer to home while continuing to reduce province-wide wait times for the diagnostic scan.
An independent review on lead in soil in Winnipeg neighborhoods reconfirms that there is a low heath risk for Manitobans when it comes to lead in soil.
An Associate Professor in the Department of Veterinary Pathology with the Western College of Veterinary Medicine reports patterns of seasonal flu this past fall and winter have been similar to what is usually seen.