Winnipeg Healthcare Services
Winnipeg Healthcare Services
Health Canada is the federal department responsible for helping the people of Canada maintain and improve their health. Includes info on SARS, Mad Cow and the West Nile virus.
The Canadian Health Network (CHN) is a growing network, bringing together the best information resources of leading Canadian and international health organizations. Le Réseau canadien de la santé (RCS) est un réseau en pleine expansion où l'on retrouve les meilleurs sources d'information d'importants organismes canadiens et internationaux du secteur de la santé.
The site offers information about health programs and services provided by Manitoba Health, the Provincial Health Ministry for the Province of Manitoba, Canada.
Website of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority with information on the delivery of health services to the Winnipeg region.
The Nine Circles Community Health Centre is a community based, non-profit centre specializing in HIV/STI prevention and care, located in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada.
The ultimate Canadian web site devoted to sexuality education and information. Our site provides credible and reliable information on the topics that are most important to you. From Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) to contraception awareness, lifestyle choices to talking about sex, we offer you guidance and advice that will help you develop and maintain a healthy sexuality. So sit back and get ready to surf the site!
The Health Services Wait Time Information Web site provides Manitobans information about the length of time it may take to receive diagnostic tests at Manitoba hospitals or radiation therapy at CancerCare Manitoba. Wait time information for other diagnostic procedures will be added in the future. Providing information on waiting times is part of Manitoba’s Wait Time Reduction Plan.
The Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba was founded in 1916 with the passing of The Workers Compensation Act and officially opened in 1917. The program is the result of a Canadian compromise struck in the early twentieth century and maintained to this day – injured workers gave up the right to sue their employers in exchange for guaranteed no-fault benefits in the event of a work related injury or illness, and employers agreed to pay for the system, in exchange for protection against lawsuits.
Started in 1981, Women's Health Clinic is a feminist, community-based health centre offering a range of services to women from teens to elders. Our holistic approach emphasizes prevention, education and action. We encourage women to learn all they can about what contributes to their health and well-being so they can make informed choices.
The medical profession in Manitoba has been self-regulated pursuant to provincial legislation since 1871. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba (“the College”) is the statutory body responsible for maintaining standards of medical practice within Manitoba through the administration of The Medical Act, Regulations, and related By-Laws, including the Code of Conduct.
was established in 1984. From its beginnings delivering first aid and CPR training programs to the general public, Criti Care EMS, Inc. has evolved into one of North America's premiere Emergency Medical Services, providing ambulance service, EMS management, and delivering internationally recognized certification courses in First Aid, CPR, Emergency Medical Responder and Paramedic Care.
The Rainbow Society is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to fulfilling the favourite dreams of Manitoba children suffering from a life-threatening illness.
Klinic Community Health Centre is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. We:Provide a full range of health related services from medical care to counselling to education. Promote health and quality of life for all. Help people make choices about their own health. Address the special needs of our neighbourhoods and help communities organize on issues of concern. Look to our community for direction. Provide confidential services. Are a member of Manitoba Association of Community Health
To enhance the health of Manitobans by reducing the harm of alcohol, other drugs and gambling through leadership in education, prevention, and treatment.
SERC is a community-based, non-profit, pro-choice organization committed to promoting universal access to comprehensive, reliable information and services about sexuality and reproductive health issues. The Sexuality Education Resource Centre (SERC) has worked in the community for over 35 years. SERC operates two offices, one in Brandon, one in Winnipeg. From its roots as a family planning agency in the 1930's, SERC has evolved to fulfill a much broader mandate. Today the agency acts as advocate, educator and facilitator on issues related to sexuality and reproductive health. As a community-based, non-profit agency, our services and programs are designed to respond to community needs and issues. We work closely with numerous communities to help ensure that our response is culturally appropriate.