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January 14, 2022 Health


January 13, 2022
Kendra Filteau, Director of Acute & Clinical Services


Temporary Service Reduction

Please be advised that All Nations’ Healing Hospital (ANHH) will have temporary reduction to acute in- patient services. Effective immediately there will be temporary closure of two in-patient beds to a total capacity of twelve beds as a result of staffing challenges and to ensure ability to provide safe patient care.

Emergency services remain open 24/7

The services will be reassessed on a continual basis, to resume full in-patient services as soon as able.
We apologize for this inconvenience. Your patience and cooperation during this time is greatly appreciated.


December 16, 2021 Health


                        Date:                           December 10, 2021

                        To:                               our internal and external partners

From:                          Sonya Mayo, Lab & Diagnostics Supervisor

                        Re:                               Resumption of Lab & X-ray Services


Effective Monday, December 13th, 2021 Lab and X-ray services at the All Nations’ Healing Hospital will resume regular outpatient hours as follows;


Hours of Operation for outpatient blood collections, x-ray’s, and ECG’s will be


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


Thank you for the cooperation during the temporary reduction in hours. Please contact the Lab department for any questions at 306-332-3627.



Sonya Mayo

Lab & Diagnostics Supervisor


November 26, 2021 HealthJordan's Principle

The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society (FNCFCS) has been instrumental in holding the Government of Canada accountable in their implementation of Jordan’s Principle through legal cases held by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.

In the video below, “Wanted: Moral Courage in Social Work with Dr. Cindy Blackstock”, Dr. Blackstock, executive director of FNCFCS, discusses the ongoing complexities and challenges that surround the implementation of Jordan’s Principle, and according to her, “Reconciliation means not saying sorry twice” (Blackstock, 2008).

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




“Wanted: Moral Courage in Social Work with Dr. Cindy Blackstock”




October 15, 2021 Health

Notice of Temporary Lab Service Disruption

Date:      October 15, 2021

To:         Our clients, community members, and partners

From:     Sonya Mayo, Lab & Diagnostics Supervisor

Re:         Temporary Disruption to Outpatient Lab & X-Ray Hours


Effective Monday October 18th, 2021, the Lab & Diagnostics department at the All Nations’ Healing Hospital will have temporary reduction in outpatient hours.

Hours of Operation for outpatient blood collections, x-rays and ECG’s will be as follows:

Monday through Friday          8:00 am to 1:00 pm


We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and will return to regular hours of operation as soon as feasible. Please contact the Lab department for any questions at 306-332-3627.


Thank you for your understanding,

Sonya Mayo

Lab & Diagnostics Supervisor



July 2, 2021 Health

Extreme Heat Waring for all of Saskatchewan all areas

Extreme heat warning for all of Saskatchewan, temperatures are expected to bring daytime highs in the
low to mid 30’s for the next five days. Heat related illnesses occur when we can’t transfer enough heat
away from our bodies through sweating and blood flow to the skin. Babies, elderly, obese persons and
people with chronic conditions are at greater risk, because their bodies don’t transfer heat as effectively.
However, anyone is at risk for possible heat-related illness and should take precautions.

General tips

  • Stay hydrated…Drink plenty of water.
    • Remember caffeinated or alcoholic drinks can lead to dehydration.
  • Exercise when it is cooler and try to stay out of the sun.
  • When outside wear loose fitting, light-coloured clothing—don’t forget sunblock and a wide-brimmed hat and mosquito repellant.
  • NEVER leave children and/or pets unattended in vehicles.
  • Check on children often to see if they are staying cool.
  • If you take medications, check with your doctor or pharmacist about possible side effects during extreme heat.
  • Babies, children, pregnant women and the elderly are more vulnerable to extreme heat. Ensure they
    are adequately protected and kept cool.

Cooling down

  • Go to a public place that is cool (shopping mall, public library, church, pool).
    • Even an hour or two in air conditioning can help your body stay cooler when you go back into the heat.
  • Cool yourself off by taking a cool shower, bath or sponge bath.
  • Cool damp cloths on the back of the neck can also help cool your body down.
  • Point a fan at a bucket filled with four cups of ice water. This will produce cool air that will help cool you down.
    • Electric fans may provide comfort but when the temperature is in the high 30s, fans will not prevent heat-related illness.

Keeping your house cool

  • Cool your house down at night: open windows to let hot air out if the evening air is cool.
  • Avoid the use of ovens, washing machines, and dishwashers that heat up your house during the day.
  • Keep your curtains or blinds closed during the day, especially on windows that face south or west.
  • Close windows when the outside is hotter than inside your house.

Remember your neighbours, family and friends that might be on their own: check on them, bring water, and ensure they are keeping cool and call 911 if someone is suffering from heat related danger.

For more information, call your community health clinic or visit https://weather.gc.ca/warnings/index_e.html
Environment Canada’s weather report
Sent on Behalf of Dr. Ibrahim Khan, ISC-FNIHB NHO

DOWNLOAD PDF: Heat 2021-07-02 Corrected Final

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All Nations' Healing Hospital is owned and operated by File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC) and Touchwood Agency Tribal Council (TATC) and is funded through a transfer agreement from Health Canada and an operating agreement with the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

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