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Thrive - PMH's Information and Wellness Publication

January 2016 Edition of Thrive is now available.

 

Thrive is Prairie Mountain Health’s information and wellness publication. It is published three times a year in January, May and September.

Thrive is available at all Prairie Mountain Health facilities’ waiting areas throughout the region. The public is encouraged to take a copy. You can also access Thrive on line. If you would like a free copy contact Monica Truffyn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 204-578-2319.

In the January 2016 edition learn about the signs and symptoms of stroke and how Prairie Mountain Health is working to advance care for stroke patients. This edition also features an article from Brandon University on Aboriginal Women and Wellness. And if you are sick and tired of being sick and tired… maybe our “Get Better Together” classes might help you. Read about these stories and more in the January edition.

 

January 2016 Edition

HAMIOTA District Health Centre (Hospital, PCH & Clinic) is hiring Part Time & Full Time Health Care Aides. Want a c… https://t.co/VIz2LMhfzP
Under One Roof in #Dauphin continues to operate but with some changes due to COVID-19. Meals are now being deliver… https://t.co/Dn3e5xbpWn
CAMPERVILLE drop off service has resumed for the Community Volunteer Income Tax program (CVITP). If you qualify fo… https://t.co/XsngHgAdwr
PMH testing sites hours of operation. In Brandon Mon-Sat., 8:45am - 3:15pm. Closed for lunch 12-12:30. Closed on S… https://t.co/SJckzhzPpN
On Monday, June 1, Manitoba will enter Phase Two of the Restoring Safe Services plan. More information, including w… https://t.co/2rWCPYNRmK
#Brandon Healthy Baby is offering virtual sessions. For pregnant women on June 2 & 16 at 1:30pm. For parents and ba… https://t.co/QLxnkT9NYo
PMH CHA describes the health status, health needs & strengths of our region. The information will be used as a tool… https://t.co/Am50poIebv
Mobile Clinic will be in Ebb and Flow First Nation Tuesday, June 2, from 9am to 3:30 pm. Call 204-622-4151 for an a… https://t.co/ITga0ChZ1P