Working to Enhance Health Care

The Aberdeen Health Foundation is working with our health care partners to respond to emergent needs and enhance health care right here in Pictou County. This and other stories are part of the Foundation’s Report to Community, which is online now.   Posted: February 25, 2016

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Investing for Excellence in Diagnostic Imaging

By investing in staff, the Aberdeen Health Foundation is maintaining service levels and reducing down time in the hospital’s diagnostic imaging department. This and other stories are part of the Foundation’s Report to Community.   Posted: February, 23, 2016

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Report to Community 2016

In preparation for its Annual General Meeting this week, the Aberdeen Health Foundation has been looking back over the past year. “It’s been a year of great accomplishments, great investments and great collaboration with our partners in health care,” reports Executive Director, Susan Malcolm. The Aberdeen Health Foundation’s Report to Community was delivered to every…

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Investing to attract and retain health care staff

The Aberdeen Health Foundation is helping to attract and retain health care staff in Pictou County by supporting their continuing education goals and investing in specialized initiatives, like the Co-op Student Program. This and other stories are part of the Foundation’s Report to Community.   Posted: February 18, 2016.    

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Investing for excellence in training technology

Health care is more than equipment – it’s about people too. That’s why the Aberdeen Health Foundation also invests in the continued education and development of health care staff in Pictou County. This and other stories are part of the Foundation’s Report to Community. Posted: February 16, 2016

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Spreading warmth for others

Four students at Northumberland Regional High School decided to spread some warmth for mental health by turning a school project into a fundraiser for the Aberdeen Health Foundation’s Sandbar Mental Health Endowment, which they chose because it supports mental health programs locally. Pictured: Jeanetta Millen, Emily Elliot, Chloe Marshall present the donation to Susan Malcolm…

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