Janet Knox, President and CEO of Nova Scotia Health Authority, has signed the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week Public Declaration of Interfaith Peace and Friendship. Janet joins other community, business and government leaders in acknowledging, respecting, affirming and appreciating “diverse faiths, spiritual paths and secular beliefs within our community and world.”
The great limitation in diagnosing and treating disorders of the middle and inner ear has always been the inability to obtain high-resolution images of the delicate structures inside this bone-encased area.
Nova Scotia Health Authority wishes to advise the public that the Emergency Department at the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Collaborative Emergency Centre will be temporarily closed Tuesday, January 24 from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Visits are being restricted to the Maternal Child units at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital. The restrictions are in place because of an increase in cases of general respiratory illnesses among patients admitted to the hospital’s Pediatric Unit. The restrictions cover the Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU), Obstetrics (including Labour/Delivery), Mother/Baby and Pediatric units at the hospital. Only parents or grandparents without colds can visit the units. Visitors must wash their hands before and after visits to the units.