e-link — Sept. 28, 2017

Sept. 28, 2017

e-link is an online, weekly newsletter for Regina and area employees, physicians and volunteers of the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

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Chief Marie Anne DayWalker-Pelletier and Senator Margaret Keewatin cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Pasikow Muskwa Rising Bear Healing Centre on Sept. 13.

Fort Qu'Appelle hospital opens new healing centre

Fort Qu’Appelle residents requiring dialysis will soon have much easier access to those services now that the Pasikow Muskwa Rising Bear Healing Centre is open. The centre, which is a new wing that has been added onto the All Nations’ Healing Hospital, held its grand opening on Sept. 13. Read more...

Quality and Safety

Hospitals of Regina Foundation reflects on Eye Centre opening

30 Years of Hospitals of Regina Foundation: The Eye Centre

Emergency room nurses revive education nights

Nurses, medical professionals in the Emergency Department share valuable knowledge during Journal Club meetings


Amalgamation will mean change for some but not for all

Many will experience very little impact

CEO commends longtime employees for their dedication

Caring employees are backbone of health care system

Keith Dewar plays 20 questions

CEO plays 20 questions


Show your support for breastfeeding mothers

Oct. 1 is the beginning of World Breastfeeding Week

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

Parents who lost children invited to memorial and care providers invited to perinatal loss conference

Roughriders spread some cheer to Wascana residents

Residents at the Wascana Rehabilitation Centre filled the cafeteria to welcome a few special guests on Sept. 21.


Registered nurse recognized provincially and nationally

Labour and Birth RN recognized among top 10 in Canada

Staff member thanked for her dedication at work and in community

Ivy Delorme inspires youth through sport

Thank you library technicians

Sept. 25 was Saskatchewan Library Technicians Day

Thanks to staff who dealt with water issues

Thank you to RQHR staff who made accommodations and kept patients safe while dealing with a broken water pipe at the Pasqua Hospital.