With the recent increase in overdoses and deaths on the Blood Indian Reserve, and surrounding communities, the BTDH Inc. Mobile Medical Unit/Harm Reduction Program reminds us all that they are distributing nasal naloxone kits and providing training to community members. For more information please call us! Be safe. Be well. Be Nitsitapi!
Food and Refreshments will be provided. Join in-person or on-line. Alberta Health Services invites you to help us create a healthcare plan that will serve the communities of the South Zone for the next 10 to 15 years. As our communities and province grow and age, and the demands on the healthcare system evolve, we […]
Several new resources are now available to support vaccine rollout to the 5-11 age group: Comfort care plan for children (one page PDF) Positive language guide for parents (for use with children) Comfort positions for children during vaccinations Help Take Down COVID-zilla! https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/assets/info/ppih/covidzilla/index.html
As of November 8th All First Nations individuals 18+ who got their second covid-19 dose more than 6 months ago qualify for a third dose of the Covid-19 Vaccine. The poster for general clinics is attached above. Health Care Workers whose 2nd dose was more than 6 months ago and have direct client care also […]
Mobile Mammography Screening is coming to: Levern Clinic: Nov 16, 2021 Standoff: Nov 17 to 19, 2021 (Blood Tribe Department of Health) Need a ride? Book your mammogram then call the BTDH Medical Transportation Dept at 403-737-2604 Due to COVID-19 protocols, it is necessary that Screen Test staff speaks directly with clients to book […]