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Hospital Auxiliaries Support Purchase of Patient Safety Signage

Mindemoya & Little Current Auxiliaries Support Purchase of Patient Safety Signage Both Hospital Auxiliaries have recently contributed to the purchase of Patient Falls Prevention Panels. These panels contain important information for staff and visitors on a patient’s need for assistance for mobility and movement. The panels are attached to...

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2016 Employee Service Awards

2016 Employee Service Awards

The 2016 Service Awards were held at the Mindemoya and Little Current hospital sites on Tuesday, May 2nd. Twenty-eight (28) employees, between the two sites, were honoured for their years of service. Employees having 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 years of service were recognized with...

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OPP Bonspiel Supports Telemetry (Cardiac) Campaign

On February 13th, Manitoulin OPP Constables Randy Dedman and Alan Haner organized the annual OPP Curling Bonspiel at the Little Current Curling Club. Sixteen teams (64 people) participated in the funspiel and included serving and retired members from the OPP, UCCMM and Wikwemikong Tribal Police Services as well as...

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Senior Men’s Golf Donates to MHC

Jim Bousquet, on behalf of the Senior Men’s Golf Group at Rainbow Ridge Golf Course recently made a donation to Manitoulin Health Centre in memory of three golfers. A donation of $1500 was made in memory of Harold Morphet, Dell Thompson and Morris Villeneuve. The funds will go towards...

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Mnidoo Mnising Gathering 2016

naaw2016_poster Please join us for the National Addictions & Awareness Week MNIDOO MNISING GATHERING 2016 Local addictions and social service agencies are partnering together to put on a day event to raise awareness across Manitoulin Island that “Addiction Matters”. WITH KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Clint Malarchuk Former NHL Player shares...

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A Season of Thanksgiving

Patients of Manitoulin Health Centre will once again benefit from the generosity of the Island community and the perseverance of Auxiliary volunteers. This week the Mindemoya Auxiliary announced that they will be contributing $100,000, over a two-year period, towards the purchase of new wireless telemetry (cardiac) equipment. Pictured presenting...

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