Calling Nova Scotia home means ocean views, active living and welcoming communities. Practicing here means working with passionate colleagues, providing world class care, and helping people be healthy and stay healthy, for generations. The Nova Scotia Health Authority provides health services to Nova Scotians and some specialized services to Atlantic Canadians. We operate hospitals, health centres and collaborative community-based programs across the province.
Join us for a quick tour around the halls of Nova Scotia Health Authority to share in some holiday cheer.
Health care professionals from across Nova Scotia come together for medical simulation course hosted by Harvard University
by Kristen Lipscombe
If you looked up close, those were the two words stitched onto the blue ball cap worn by Dan Raemer, principal faculty member of Harvard University’s prestigious Center for Medical Simulation, on the final day of a specialized interprofessional training course held Nov. 10-13 in Halifax.
Nova Scotia Health Authority, community members offer ‘unending gratitude’ to veterans on Remembrance Day
A cold autumn wind whipped through the wind, the flags flapping furiously under grey skies. But just in time for this year's Remembrance Day ceremonies, the sun broke through the clouds.
From how to use their new health cards to the importance of calling 911 when experiencing an emergency, a group of Immigration Services Association of Nova Scotia clients learned the basics of the Canadian health care system during an interactive classroom session held Friday, Oct. 28 at the Halifax Infirmary.
The 6th annual Veterans Garden Pumpkin People Festival.
Location: 10 Princess St., Springhill
CEC ER locum shifts available, 12 hour week day/s or weekend day shifts
Candidates must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia. ATLS, ACLS, PALS and advanced Airway training are required.