Christmas cheer is spreading throughout Regina facilities

December 21, 2017

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Christmas cheer is spreading throughout Regina facilities

Members of the Regina Police K-9 Unit stopped by the Regina General Hospital's Pediatric Unit on Dec. 20 to visit with some of the children. Officers brought with them Axel, a working police dog and even small, plush German shepherd toys. Ava Hudson really enjoyed meeting the officers, both two and four-legged. Photo: Communications

As Christmas approaches we would like to take this time to thank all of our staff memebers in Regina and in inoutlying rural areas for your dedicated work all year.

We hope you are able to spend time with loved ones and, if you’re able, to rest and recharge. However, health care never sleeps, so to those working Christmas Day and New Year’s Day—thank you for your dedication, it is so appreciated.

Lastly, thank you for your patience as we adjust to our new identity as the Saskatchewan Health Authority. While the legal transition was finalized on Dec. 4, full standardization and co-ordination will take time. Thank you for continuing to do exceptional work in your respective fields, while this occurs.

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy New Year.

The Operating Room staff at Pasqua Hospital are wishing everyone a Merry Christmas. In the picture are managers, nurses, doctors, unit clerks, technicians, housekeeping staff, room attendants, porters and more. It takes a team to keep things moving and getting surgeries done safe, effectively and efficiently. Everyone works together to provide safe care for patients, said Anita Gottselig, Specialty Coordinator General Surgery/Urology. Photo: Submitted
The Regina Christian School choir sang carols at a Christmas dinner held for residents of Main 6 and their friends and family members in the concourse. Photo: Communications
Darcy Schlosser, a Wascana Rehabilitation centre resident, gets his picture taken with Santa but unlike the traditional pose, Schlosser had Mr. Claus sit on his lap for a laugh. Photo: Communications
The SaskPower Singers stopped by the Radiology department at Pasqua Hospital last week to spread some Christmas cheer. The SaskPower Singers are conducted by Andrew Polasek. Photo: Medical Media Services
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