Seven years ago today, Tuesday, June 28, 2016, marked the beginning of Katelyn Junus’ new life.
That’s the day her mother, Salmath, donated a kidney to her daughter, putting an end to the exhaustion, strain and restrictions on Junus' life.
Nova Scotia Sisterhood is Nova Scotia Health’s newest member of its Primary Care Network. In operation since January of this year, they provide culturally competent care and support to individuals who identify as Black or of African ancestry and wish to access their services. As Elizabeth Nkrumah, Nova Scotia Sisterhood Wellness Navigator, emphasizes, “It’s important for everyone to know that our services are gender inclusive.”