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May 18, 2022 GovernanceHealth

Memorandum

May 18, 2022

Kendra Filteau, Director of Acute & Clinical Services

Resumption of Services

 

Please be advised of the following resumption to acute care services. Effective immediately All Nations’ Healing Hospital (ANHH) will be a re-opening two acute in-patient beds to a total capacity of twelve beds.

Thank you for your continued cooperation during the temporary service reduction. For questions or concerns please call 306-332-5611.



May 9, 2022 Jordan's Principle

May 10 is Spirit Bear’s birthday, which has become not only the logo, but the mascot and an important symbol of Jordan’s Principle and the Human Rights Tribunal ruling. We have compiled a list of links, documents, and information to help you understand more about Jordan’s Principle as we celebrate May 10.

Link to video: Spirit Bear and Children Make HistorySpirit Bear and Children Make History – Shareable on Vimeo

Link to FN Caring Society website (Bear Witness Day) – Bear Witness Day | The Caring Society (fncaringsociety.com)

Crossword Puzzle PDF Download

Visit our Jordan’s Principle Page today to find out more information.


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March 22, 2022 Health

STOP TB Canada – Rationale for Lighting up Landmarks in Red for WTBD

Tuberculosis (TB) is a leading global cause of death and kill 1.5 million people each year. World TB Day occurs annually on March 24th and is one of eight official global public health campaigns marked by the World Health Organization. The day commemorates the day in 1882 that Dr. Robert Koch discovered the cause of tuberculosis, a turning point in the fight again a disease that raged across Europe and the Americas at the time. On this day, advocated across the world stand in solidarity with one another and alongside the communities affected by this devastating disease by lighting their landmarks in red.

TB is a relatively unknown and neglected disease; despite the global devastation it has wreaked for centuries. Lighting up ALL NATIONS HEALING HOSPITAL will help to build awareness of the impact the disease has in Canada, in SASKATCHEWAN, and around the world. In participating in this on World TB Day this year, the town of FORT QU’APPELLE demonstrates their solidarity in the global fight against tuberculosis and will help to generate the global leadership we need to see the eradication of the disease.


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March 17, 2022 GovernanceHealth

Memorandum

Date:               March 17, 2022

From:              Kendra Filteau, Director of Acute & Clinical Services

Re:                   Resumption of Laboratory Services

 

Please be advised that All Nations’ Healing Hospital (ANHH) will be resuming full laboratory services effective March 18, 2022 at 8:00 am. All routine outpatient laboratory services for blood work, x-ray, and ECG’s will be available during the following hours with no appointment necessary;

Monday through Friday                   8:00 am to 3:30 pm

We apologize for the temporary disruption and inconvenience and thank you for your continued cooperation. Please contact the Lab department for any questions at 306-332-3627.


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March 15, 2022 GovernanceHealth

Memorandum

Date: March 15, 2022
From: Kendra Filteau, Director of Acute & Clinical Services

RE: Temporary Disruption to Laboratory Services

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Please be advised that All Nations’ Healing Hospital (ANHH) will have temporary disruption to out-patient laboratory services due to significant staffing challenges. Effective March 16, 2022 at 8:00 am there will be temporary closure to routine and non-urgent out-patient laboratory services that includes blood work, x- ray, and ECG’s.

For urgent needs please call the lab department at 306-332-3627

Laboratory & Diagnostic services for patients admitted to the hospital or presenting to Emergency remain available. We apologize for this inconvenience. Your understanding and cooperation during this time is greatly appreciated.

Kendra Filteau
Director of Acute & Clinical Services


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March 1, 2022 Covid-19Health

February 28, 2022

Outbreak of COVID-19 in All Nations’ Healing Hospital Declared Over

Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) public health officials are notifying the public that the outbreak of COVID-19 declared on January 19, 2022 for the All Nations’ Healing Hospital has been declared over today, February 28, 2022.

We thank the staff and leadership at the All Nations’ Healing Hospital for their prompt and thorough response to the situation to protect the health of staff, patients and visitors.

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February 17, 2022 Health

Please be advised of gradual resumption of services at All Nations’ Healing Hospital (ANHH). Effective immediately there will be a re-opening of two acute in-patient beds to a total capacity of ten beds. Further re-opening to full capacity will be continually assessed to ensure safe, high-quality, and wholistic patient care.

Your cooperation during the temporary service reduction has been appreciated. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. For questions or concerns please call 306-332-5611.

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February 2, 2022 Jordan's Principle

Earlier this month, you may have heard some conversation regarding compensation for First Nations children: “On December 31, 2021, negotiations between the Parties reached an Agreement in Principle (AIP) that sets out a non-binding plan for Canada to satisfy the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal orders to cease its discriminatory conduct and prevent its recurrence in the provision of child and family services and Jordan’s Principle” (First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, 2022). To clarify, this is a step in the right direction for Canada but is a pre-agreement that has yet to be finalized through a Final Settlement Agreement.

In the video (link below), Cindy Blackstock, executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society (FNCFCS), explains further.

VIDEO: Indigenous child welfare compensation deal just ‘words on paper’ for now: Cindy Blackstock – YouTube

For more information on this pre-agreement and what this could mean for First Nations children in Canada, please see the attached document from FNCFCS: (PDF LINK) “Settlement Agreement in Principle Regarding Compensation for First Nations Children”. As more information becomes available in the coming months, we will do our best to keep you updated!

For more information, please contact our Jordan’s Principle Health Navigators:

Deanna Hoffort (306-332-3658) and Kelsey Moore (306-332-8247)

Visit the Department Page

AFN AIP Time Line (PDF)


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January 24, 2022 Covid-19Health

During COVID-19 Outbreak please be advised that ANHH has moved to Level 3 Family Presence

  • In consultation with the care team, one essential family/support can be designated to assist with care if needed (self-care, mobility, nutrition & behavioural needs)
  • Options for outdoor visits to be determined in consultation with local MHOs
  • Two essential family/support members can be present at the same time for:
    • Palliative care, hospice care or those who are high risk for loss of life/had a dramatic shift in function/are unlikely to leave the hospital; – – Patients in: intensive care; maternal, postpartum and pediatric units

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January 20, 2022 Covid-19Health

Memorandum

January 20, 2022
Kendra Filteau, Director of Acute & Clinical Services

Temporary Service Reduction

Please be advised that due to continued staffing pressures and declared COVID-19 Outbreak status, All Nations’ Healing Hospital (ANHH) will experience further temporary reduction to acute in-patient services. Effective immediately there will be temporary closure of two additional in-patient beds to a total capacity of eight beds.

Emergency services remain open 24/7

The situation will be monitored by the local MHO to resume full in-patient capacity as soon as safely able. We apologize for this continued impact to service. Your patience and understanding during this challenging time are greatly appreciated.


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