Nursing negotiations update: Statement from Minister Toews
Alberta

Nursing negotiations update: Statement from Minister Toews

News Release Minister of Treasury Board and Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement about the ongoing negotiations between Alberta Health Services (AHS) and the United Nurses of Alberta (UNA): “I’m pleased that AHS has issued a revised labour proposal to UNA in hopes of reaching a new collective agreement with the province’s nurses. “The … Continue reading

60 physician clinics will soon begin vaccinating patients as Alberta’s vaccine rollout continues to expand
Alberta / covid 19

60 physician clinics will soon begin vaccinating patients as Alberta’s vaccine rollout continues to expand

News Release More physician clinics to offer vaccines Another 60 physician clinics will soon begin vaccinating patients as Alberta’s vaccine rollout continues to expand. In April, a total of 20 physician clinics across the province participated in a pilot project to administer COVID-19 vaccines to eligible patients. Based on the learnings from these initial clinics, … Continue reading

Phase 2B vaccine appointments available through Alberta Health Services
Alberta / covid 19

Phase 2B vaccine appointments available through Alberta Health Services

News ReleasePhase 2B vaccine appointments available through AHS Albertans born in 1963 or earlier with underlying health conditions now have another way to get the COVID-19 vaccine. As part of Phase 2B of Alberta’s vaccine rollout, anyone born in 1963 or earlier with eligible health conditions can now book appointments with Alberta Health Services (AHS) … Continue reading

Alberta

AHS FORECASTS DRASTIC RISE IN COVID-19 HOSPITALIZATIONS BY CHRISTMAS EVE

News Release AHS FORECASTS DRASTIC RISE IN COVID-19 HOSPITALIZATIONS BY CHRISTMAS EVE CALGARY – Jason Kenney and the UCP government must make all internal Alberta Health Services projections public as new data observed by the NDP Opposition indicates hospitalizations could rise more than 50 per cent in both major cities by Christmas Eve. Standing in … Continue reading

Doctors’ deal to improve patient care, slow spending growth
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Doctors’ deal to improve patient care, slow spending growth

News Release Doctors’ deal to improve patient care, slow spending growth   An amending agreement signed yesterday by government, the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) and Alberta Health Services (AHS) will potentially save up to $500 million in tax dollars over the next two years while improving access to quality care. Minister Sarah Hoffman and Dr. … Continue reading