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June 2021
Honouring the 215 Lives Lost at the Kamloops Indian Residential School
We all stand in grief with Indigenous people across the country following the discovery at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.  Read more
Message From CEO Brian Schoonbaert
On behalf of our health leadership team, I want to take a moment to sincerely acknowledge all who personally and professionally continue to persevere through the COVID pandemic.  Read more
June is Men's Health Month
Celebrated each year during June, Men's Health Month brings awareness to the health issues all men face.  Read more
June Covid Vaccine Schedule for PMH
Find the latest information for Pfizer and Moderna vaccine clinics in Prairie Mountain Health.  Read more
Safe Kids Week
With fewer than five per cent of children and fewer than one per cent of youth meeting movement behaviour guidelines during COVID-19 restrictions, outdoor play is more important than ever for kids.  Read more
BBQ Season Is Here
Many Canadians love to barbecue when the weather gets warm.  It's important to follow safe food handling guidelines to prevent harmful bacteria from spreading and causing foodborne illness.  Read more
Pfizer COVID vaccine offered for ages 12 and up
Young people aged 12 and up are now eligible to book their COVID-19 vaccine first-dose appointments at the Brandon or Dauphin Supersites or where the Pfizer vaccine is administered.  Read more
Donations for Prairie Mountain Health
Thank you for the generous donations received around Prairie Mountain Health this past month.  Read more
Advocating For Yourself & Your Loved Ones
The pandemic has changed the way that people think about their health and how they access health services.  Now, more than ever, advocating for yourself and your loved ones is a top priority.  Read more
Medical Students Participate in Rural Week
Rural Week provides medical students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of how rural and northern Manitoba medical practices function.  It also promotes the many benefits of working and living in a rural/northern Manitoba area.  Read more
National Indigenous Peoples Day ~ June 21
June 21st is Canada’s National Indigenous Peoples Day.  The day raises awareness to the three Indigenous Peoples groups in Canada: the First Nations, Inuit and Metis, and celebrates their distinct cultures, languages and unique traditions.  Read more
Nursing Recruitment for PMH
Recruitment is in the spring air as new graduates from various programs are beginning their search for career opportunities. Read more
When It Comes To A Stroke, Every Minute Counts
Using videoconferencing technology, TeleStroke enables stroke patients to be assessed at one of Manitoba’s seven rural TeleStroke Sites by a stroke neurologist located in Winnipeg.  Read more
PMH Classes And Education Sessions
Healthy Baby Virtual Brandon- Summer
For pregnant women and babies under 1.
For a full listing of classes and workshops click here.
Career Opportunities
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