COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE for residents in Yellowknife:
We do apologize for the inconvenience or frustration that the phone backlog may have caused and we are committed to ensuring people have the opportunity to receive an appointment.
Yellowknife residents 60+ who have not yet been able to book for this week's COVID vaccine clinic, please read this notice!
The Yellowknife Regional Wellness Council is holding a meeting. The public are invited to join either via Zoom or Teleconference. Due to COVID-19, only board members will attend in person, to ensure social distancing can be maintained throughout the meeting.
Covid-19 testing will be available in Yellowknife from from noon to 4pm on Saturday January 16th and Sunday January 17th, 2021. Details about booking here.
OVERVIEW: On July 23, 2020 surgical services at Stanton Territorial Hospital were impacted by issues related to the processing/sterilization of surgical supplies and devices. The NTHSSA has been working to rectify the issues since that time.
YELLOWKNIFE (January 7, 2021) – Starting Thursday January 7th the Yellowknife COVID-19 testing site currently located in the same building as the Primary Care Clinic on 48th street will move to 108 Archibald Street (across from Folk on the Rocks site,
(Yellowknife – December 22, 2020) – Starting immediately all NWT communities have access to rapid COVID-19 testing that can deliver preliminary results to patients in as little as 15 minutes.
OVERVIEW: On July 23, 2020 surgical services at Stanton Territorial Hospital were impacted by issues related to the processing/sterilization of surgical supplies and devices. The NTHSSA has been working to rectify the issue since this time.
(December 11, 2020) - Starting Friday, December 04, 2020, the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authorities began the process of switching to medical-grade masks for anyone entering a Health & Social Services facility.