Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness

Research Projects Receive Funding Support

Research Projects Receive Funding Support

Imagine stroke patients being able to do rehab at home with the help of an app.

 
 
Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine

QEII Redevelopment Planning and Programming Begins

One of Canada's top architecture and design firms will begin the detailed planning process needed to determine what the QEII

 
 
Premier Stephen McNeil speaks with nurse practitioner Carolyn Mitchell

Stronger Health-care Teams Across NS

Premier Stephen McNeil speaks with nurse practitioner Carolyn Mitchell after announcing $3.6 million to add 22 more nurse practitioners and family practice nurses to collaborative health care teams across the province.

 
 
Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine, Diana Patterson of Valley Hospice Foundation and Premier McNeil speak after the announcement

New Hospice in Annapolis Valley

There will be a new residential hospice in Annapolis Valley. The new facility will have up to 10 beds and will be located on the grounds of the Valley Regional Hospital in Kentville.

 
 
Mental Health Grant Announcement

Mental Health Grant Announcement

Mental health grant announcement at the Free Spirit Therapeutic Riding School in Kings County on Friday, August 12th.

 
 
Sisters of Saint Martha listen to the announcement about a new long term care facility.

New Nursing Home for Antigonish

A new 25-bed nursing home will replace the Bethany facility presently used by the Sisters of St. Martha in Antigonish.

 
 

 


Latest News

Paramedics Recognized on Fifth Annual Medic Monday
Sept. 25, 2017 - 09:53 AM
Today, Sept. 25, is the fifth annual Medic Monday in Nova Scotia. It is a day to celebrate the 1,150 dedicated paramedics who provide highly skilled care to Nova Scotians every day. (full text)
Auditor General Audit Welcome, Statement by Minister
Sept. 19, 2017 - 4:15 PM
NOTE: The following is a statement from Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey. I welcome today’s announcement from Auditor General Michael Pickup, and fully support his intention to conduct financial and performance audits of the IWK’s books and practices. (full text)
New CT Scanner for Dartmouth General Hospital
Sept. 19, 2017 - 12:08 PM
More than 16,000 Nova Scotians will continue to receive reliable diagnosis and treatment thanks to government approval for a new CT scanner at Dartmouth General Hospital. (full text)

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