The Yellowknife Primary Care clinic (downtown), Frame Lake Clinic, COVID clinic, COVID vaccination clinic and the walk-in clinic will be closed on September 30th in recognition of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
January 12, 2022 Update: Food hampers are no longer being offered by the NTHSSA for isolation supports. Individuals who need supports while in isolation are encouraged to reach out to family, friends or they can reach out to a number of local NGOs or care groups on social media.
(Yellowknife, September 25, 2021) The Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority (NTHSSA) is updating the public on the oxygen infrastructure issues at Stanton that were
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(Yellowknife, September 22, 2021) NTHSSA is advising that the current surge in hospitalized Covid-19 patients has identified an infrastructure limitation related to the oxygen system in Stanton Territorial Hospital.
YELLOWKNIFE (September 15, 2021) - After staffing assessments related to local school closures the NTHSSA will continue Primary Care and Public Health Services at the same level they were being delivered prior to the school closure announcement.
September 14, 2021 - The NTHSSA is now offering a COVID-19 test to all patients when they are admitted to hospital or before certain procedures (endoscopies, all surgeries including same-day surgeries, sedations, pulmonary function tests, and exercise stress tests).
YELLOWKNIFE (September 13, 2021) - Due to the closure of Yellowknife area schools the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority will be scaling down services for the day of September 14, 2021.