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.
Manitoba continues to prepare for the potential arrival of novel coronavirus, ensuring health-care providers are aware of symptoms and implementing heightened precautions to detect, isolate and test for the virus.
The Manitoba government and Grace Hospital Foundation will invest in enhanced and modernized diagnostic services at Grace Hospital as part of a capital project that will improve patient flow and access to care at the hospital.
The Manitoba government is launching what is believed to be the world’s first social impact bond dedicated to helping people quit smoking.
The Manitoba government continued to make improvements to mental health and addictions services in 2019, including a $25-million-plus boost in the year’s final three months toward new or enhanced programming.
The Manitoba government has announced that it is moving forward with its commitment to redevelop and expand the emergency department at St. Boniface Hospital.