The Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Leadership Council is holding a board meeting that is open to the public. The public are invited to join this meeting virtually or by phone (Meeting ID 879 6309 6911, Passcode 099325) :
Updated March 8: PUBLIC NOTICE: Administration of the COVID-19 Moderna infant pediatric vaccine to be paused temporarily
Update: March 8, 2023 – Limited supplies of Moderna infant pediatric COVID-19 vaccine available due to expiration extension.
(Yellowknife, February 14, 2023) - The NTHSSA today announced the opening of a new Office of Client Experience.
(Yellowknife – January 23, 2023) During Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, the NTHSSA invites those who are due for a cervical cancer screening (Pap) test to attend the clinic at the Yellowknife Primary Care Clinic on Saturday, January 28, 2023.
Fort Smith (January 6th 2023) – Starting January 10th, 2022, midwifery services – delivered by the local Midwifery Program – in Fort Smith will be reduced to primary care or emergency-only services as depending on staffing levels in the community.
The Yellowknife vaccination clinic will be closed on January 6 and 7, 2023. Regular hours to resume on Tuesday, January 10, 2023.
For more information and clinic hours: COVID-19 Vaccine.
The Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Leadership Council is holding a board meeting that is open to the public. The public are invited to join this meeting virtually (Meeting ID 881 5975 1249, Passcode 167437) :
(Yellowknife – December 19, 2022) The Yellowknife COVID-19 Testing Clinic on Archibald Street will close permanently on December 23, 2022. If you need COVID-19 rapid tests, they will continue to be available at Yellowknife City Hall, the Fieldhouse, and the Visitor Centre.
Chris Westwell, owner of the new coffee shop in Fort Smith called JavaPunks, collaborated with the NTHSSA to host a flu clinic in early November.
NTHSSA proudly congratulates Dr. David Pontin for being named one of Canada’s Family Physician of the Year for 2022 by the College of Family Physicians of Canada in early November.