We looked inside some of the tweets by @NSHAcentral and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Seven researchers affiliated with #DalhousieU and the Nova Scotia Health Authority have received $3.4 million in funding from the Government of @Canada: https://bit.ly/2taPlaX #DALinnovates (🏷: @NSHAcentral)
Throwback Thursday to our KISS Tribute Concert! Rock ON! Thanks to @NSHAcentral for supporting this Health and Wellness program.
The VG site is on street power and backup generator coverage is again available to the entire site. Regularly scheduled services including surgery and cancer treatments will resume Thursday Feb. 7. Patients will be notified as soon as possible should there be any changes.
The VG site is experiencing power issues this morning, Feb. 6. If you have an appointment or procedure scheduled for this morning, please call ahead to confirm whether it is going ahead.
The 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line is available to anyone at any time – 1-888-429-8167. This service is connected with first responders and facilities across the province for assistance in the moment and to ensure the best possible care for the people and their loved ones.
Resident Awareness Week takes place next week (Feb. 4-8). We'll have some new testimonials to show off then. They'll join some great ones we've already shared, like Laura, a radiology resident. Maritime Resident Doctors: 50 years of new doctors, new ideas for better health care.
Get ready! February is #HeartMonth Join in across 🇨🇦 Canada 🇨🇦 on Wednesday, February 13th to celebrate a national day of #Awareness #HeartHealth #HerHeartMatters #WearRedDay #WearRedCanada #TimeToSeeRed @HeartandStroke @CWHHC @QEIIFoundation
The emergency department at Musquodoboit Valley Memorial Hospital will be closed from 8 a.m. today, Jan. 21 until 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 22 due to lack of physician coverage.
To the first responders and other services working over the holiday (Pictured and not), be safe and thank you!
Nurses, doctors, staff in labs and diagnostic imaging, porters and housekeepers, food and nutrition staff and many others...Thank you!
St. Margaret’s Bay blood collection site is closed today, Saturday, Dec. 22, as the building is currently without water.
Happy Holidays to all of our friends, families and followers! Wishing you a safe and healthy holiday season. From all of us here on the Healthy School Communities team at @HRCE_NS and @NSHAcentral Public Health.
Reminder: we expect higher than usual volumes in the QEII Infirmary's Robie Street parkade today, Dec. 20 and ask staff and visitors to allow extra time to find parking. The Summer Street (Doctors’) Parkade at the Infirmary will be inaccessible between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday.
Nova Scotia Health Authority wishes you a happy, health holiday season. To prepare for your health needs, please note the following holiday walk-in service changes: http://www.nshealth.ca/news/walk-services-holiday-hours …
PSA: we expect higher than usual volumes in the QEII Infirmary's Robie Street parkade Thursday Dec. 20 and ask staff and visitors to allow extra time to find parking. The Summer Street (Doctors’) Parkade at the Infirmary will be inaccessible between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday.
‘Totally worth it’: Getting intensive care patients moving benefits physical and mental health @NSTrauma @ChooseWiselyNS http://www.nshealth.ca/news/totally-worth-it-getting-intensive-care-patients-moving-benefits-physical-and-mental-health …
The regulars @NSHAcentral Dickson were undeterred by frigid temps again this morning.
A crisp and sunny morning was a perfect time to celebrate the official opening of Dartmouth General Hospital’s new front entrance. It’s natural light and modern style create a positive patient arrival experience. This is the beginning of a new generation of care at DGH.
Some of the volunteers on the Dartmouth General Hospital Redevelopment Public Advisory Committee, with Janet Knox President and CEO NSHA. @NSHAcentral