The provincial government and the New Brunswick Medical Society have signed a new four-year physician services master agreement which is intended to enhance access to primary health care in the province. From left: Health Minister Victor Boudreau and society president Lynn Murphy-Kaulbeck.
The provincial government is investing $27.4 million from the 2017-18 capital budget to continue construction of a five-storey addition at the Chaleur Regional Hospital. From left: Stéphane Legacy, vice-president of outpatient and professional Services, Vitalité Health Network; Jean-Guy Robichaud, president of the Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation; Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Brian Kenny; Justice and Public Safety Minister Denis ...
The provincial and federal governments are partnering to enhance field surveillance and tick collection over a two-year period to monitor the distribution of ticks and the risk of Lyme disease. From left: Tourism, Heritage and Culture Minister John Ames; Dr. Jennifer Russell, acting chief medical officer of health; and Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries Minister Rick Doucet.
A sod-turning ceremony was held to mark the official beginning of a project to restore, preserve and protect critical infrastructure at the Hotel-Dieu of St. Joseph Hospital in Perth-Andover. From left: Perth-Andover Mayor Marianne Bell; Health Minister Victor Boudreau; Carleton-Victoria MLA Andrew Harvey; Karen McGrath, president and CEO of Horizon Health Network; David Moore, executive director of Upper River Valley ...
The provincial government and the New Brunswick Medical Society have established a new model for family medicine meant to provide patients with enhanced access to family physicians. From left: Speaker of the legislative assembly Chris Collins; Sylvie Roberge, the society’s resident representative; Moncton East MLA Monique LeBlanc; Dr. Lynn Murphy-Kaulbeck, president of the society; Health Minister Victor Boudreau; and Finance ...
The construction of the Provincial Centre of Excellence for Youth in Campbellton will start this summer. The project’s estimated cost is $14.4 million. From left: Restigouche West MLA Gilles LePage; Campbellton Mayor Stephanie Anglehart-Paulin; Jacques Duclos, vice-president of community services and mental health, Vitalité Health Network; Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour Minister Donald Arseneault; and Campbellton Deputy Mayor Sterling Loga.
National Nursing Week is being observed from May 8 to 14. Front, from left: Brenda Kinney, president of the Nurses Association of New Brunswick; Premier Brian Gallant; and Karen Frenette, president-elect of the association. Back, from left: Health Minister Victor Boudreau; and Seniors and Long-Term Care Minister Lisa Harris.
New Brunswickers are invited to observe Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month during May. From left: Julia Stewart, Multiple Sclerosis Society board member; Health Minister Victor Boudreau; and Kim and Jim Schnarr, co-chairs of the MS Walk.
Release of New Brunswick Family Plan report on supporting those with addictions and mental health challenges
The provincial government has released a report on supporting those with addictions and mental health challenges. The report stems from the stakeholder engagement process to develop the New Brunswick Family Plan. From left: Debbie McInnis, United Way; Moncton East MLA Monique LeBlanc; Finance Minister Cathy Rogers; Kristen Barnes, Canadian Mental Health Association; Paul Toner, United Way; and Premier Brian Gallant.
May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. From left: Health Minister Victor Boudreau; Annie Boucher LeBlanc, a cancer survivor and volunteer at Bladder Cancer Canada; and Premier Brian Gallant.
The provincial government has released a report on improving access to primary and acute care stemming from the stakeholder engagement process to develop the New Brunswick Family Plan. From left: deputy premier Stephen Horsman; New Brunswick Medical Society CEO Anthony Knight; and Health Minister Victor Boudreau.
New Brunswickers are encouraged to observe National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week, April 23-29. From left: Sara Smith, board member of the Canadian Transplant Association, Atlantic region; Health Minister Victor Boudreau; and Kristen Wheaton, Atlantic regional director, Canadian Transplant Association.
Advanced care paramedics have begun answering calls as part of a pilot program in Saint John, Moncton and Bathurst. Ambulance New Brunswick has hired six full-time and 10 casual advanced care paramedics as part of the first phase of the program.
A new water monitoring protocol that follows federal guidelines is being adopted for Parlee Beach beginning this summer. From left: Environment and Local Government Minister Serge Rousselle and acting chief medical officer of health Dr. Jennifer Russell.
New Brunswickers are encouraged to make their oral health a priority during Oral Health Month. From left: Health Minister Victor Boudreau; and Dr. Kirk Preston, president of the New Brunswick Dental Society.
April is Daffodil Month in New Brunswick and throughout Canada. From left: Monica Antworth, manager of the Canadian Cancer Society, western district; Joy Peterson, Canadian Cancer Society volunteer; Health Minister Victor Boudreau; and cancer survivor, Jennifer Ouellet, with her daughter Page.
Premier Brian Gallant and Health Minister Victor Boudreau met with two young New Brunswickers who were winners in Immunize Canada’s 2016 National Immunization Poster Contest. From left: Isabella Quinn, national contest winner; Gallant; Cindy Guan, New Brunswick prize winner; and Boudreau. The contest encourages students to understand the importance of immunization, and also provides a chance for them to submit ...
The grand opening of the Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre took place today. From left: Michelle Pittman, RN; Aisha Fahmy, RN; Premier Brian Gallant and Melodie Austin, RN.
The provincial government will invest $522,000 to expand and renovate the Paquetville Health Centre. From left: Caraquet MLA Hédard Albert; Justice and Public Safety Minister Denis Landry; Gilles Lanteigne, CEO of Vitalité Health Network; and Bertrand Godin, village councillor.
The provincial government is investing nearly $21.3 million to continue work on the addition of the new surgical suite at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre in Moncton. From left: Chris Collins, Speaker of the legislative assembly; Johanne Roy, vice-president of clinical services for Vitalité Health Network; Health Minister Victor Boudreau; Michelyne Paulin, chair of Vitalité Health Network; Justin Guitard, ...