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This Peace River paramedic would prefer not to take you to the hospital

The exciting thing about being a rural community paramedic is that you never know what the day may bring. One thing is certain for community…

The exciting thing about being a rural community paramedic is that you never know what the day may bring. One thing is certain for community paramedic, Tyne Lunn: each day starts at 7 a.m. at the Emergency Medical Services headquarters…

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  • Rural docs: What are your thoughts on the climate of mental health support and needs in Alberta communities?

    Rural docs: What are your thoughts on the climate of mental health support and needs in Alberta communities?

    Rural Alberta physicians are invited to participate in a University of Alberta research study about psychiatry support for rural and urban family...

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  • Unexpected journey leads Ponoka graduate to return home for nursing career

    Unexpected journey leads Ponoka graduate to return home for nursing career

    Job during gap year ignites a passion for health care Never say never has a new meaning for MacKenzy Hatala. When the...

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  • Students share tips on various ways to get to medical school

    Students share tips on various ways to get to medical school

    Don’t rule out becoming a physician just because you started your undergraduate degree in a subject like agriculture, nursing, or physiotherapy. That’s...

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  • At-risk babies come FIRST at recent ACoRN training session for northern clinical nurse educators

    At-risk babies come FIRST at recent ACoRN training session for northern clinical nurse educators

    Now, thanks to a recent on-line course, at-risk newborns in Northen Alberta will have a greater chance to grow up strong and...

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  • One-stop shop for health care in Slave Lake

    One-stop shop for health care in Slave Lake

    After wildfires ravaged Slave Lake almost a decade ago, half of the community’s physicians moved on. As the community rebuilt, a unique...

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  • RhPAP “Let’s Go Rural!” Post-secondary Experience convinces RN to start her career in Tofield. 

    RhPAP “Let’s Go Rural!” Post-secondary Experience convinces RN to start her career in Tofield. 

    In April 2019, Jenn Voegtlin attended an RhPAP “Let’s Go Rural!” Post-secondary Experience in Tofield as a University of Alberta nursing student. ...

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  • High Level health-care couple recommends taking time to smell the roses

    High Level health-care couple recommends taking time to smell the roses

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Understanding and collaboration is key for spouses in health care

    Understanding and collaboration is key for spouses in health care

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Two Hills couple loves living and working together in rural health care

    Two Hills couple loves living and working together in rural health care

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Friday nights are couple time for two Lac La Biche health professionals

    Friday nights are couple time for two Lac La Biche health professionals

    As Valentine’s Day approaches and thoughts turn to romance, RhPAP thought it would be interesting to speak with some health-care couples—including doctors,...

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  • Award-worthy nursing team in Manning treats patients like they are family

    Award-worthy nursing team in Manning treats patients like they are family

    The Manning Community Health Centre nursing team is one of the recipients of the 2020 RhPAP Rhapsody Health-care Heroes Awards. Established in...

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  • Tofield recreation therapist makes life fun for long-term care residents

    Tofield recreation therapist makes life fun for long-term care residents

    Everyone likes to have fun, whether they are one or 100. So, if Nicole Kulba is taking care of you, consider yourself...

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