Please find the updated Medical Travel info for Fort Simpson below. Please ensure you are using the below information when contacting Fort Simpson Medical Travel.
Yellowknife (June 14, 2021) - On behalf of the Leadership Council of NTHSSA, I want to advise all staff about the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer. I am pleased to announce that Mrs.
NTHSSA will be delivering vaccine clinics for 12-17 year olds in Yellowknife schools on Monday, June 7 and Tuesday, June 8th. A letter has gone to parents to inform on process and consent requirements.
Attending with Your Child
Yellowknife (May 31, 2021) - The current temporary day shelter located at the Mine Rescue Building will be closing at end of day Monday, May 31. This shelter was opened to support vulnerable individuals in Yellowknife during the winter months.
UPDATE, MAY 28 - After-hours emergency number for Jean Marie River: 695-3232
Residents who are currently evacuated to Fort Providence and in need of medical care should attend the Fort Providence Health Centre.
Please be aware that the Temporary Day Shelter established under the Emergency Management Act in Yellowknife will be closing on May 31.
NTHSSA extends thanks to neighbouring businesses who have supported the program for their collaboration and care over the past year.
The Office of the Chief Public Health Officer has issued new guidance for testing for symptomatic students and teachers for return-to-school.
To facilitate this process the NTHSSA has taken the following steps:
Please be advised that NTHSSA staff have returned to the Health Centre in Fort Simpson. The temporary nursing station running out of the Nogha Enterprises office has been closed.
NTHSSA will be delivering vaccine clinics for 12-17 year olds in Yellowknife schools on Wednesday, May 19th. A letter has gone to parents to inform on process and consent requirements.
There is currently (6pm, May 12) a phone outage affecting a number of health and social services facilities or programs.