2011-01-07T11:27:00-04:00Heart attack patients who call 911 will receive faster treatment through new training by paramedics in the Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority.
2010-12-21T11:42:00-04:00The province released an independent review of the processes for paying physicians through academic funding plans, today, Dec. 21.
2010-12-02T08:41:00-04:00Nova Scotia should adopt standards to raise the quality and consistency of emergency care in every region of the province, says the province's emergency care advisor.
2010-11-30T14:20:00-04:00More Nova Scotians who want to be organ and tissue donors will have their wishes honoured and Nova Scotians on waiting lists for those donation may get transplants sooner, with a bill introduced today, Nov. 30.
2010-11-26T11:24:00-04:00Nova Scotians receive exceptional emergency care from paramedics, nurses and others working as part of the province's ambulance system, according to a national accreditation agency.
2010-11-26T10:37:00-04:00Seniors are getting more support to remain in their own homes and communities as part of government's plan to provide better health care.
2010-11-10T11:21:00-04:00Nova Scotians covered by the Pharmacare programs and taxpayers will pay less for the generic form of Lipitor as a result of government's plan to get fair drug prices.
2010-11-09T14:34:00-04:00Nova Scotians' personal health information will be better protected with a Personal Health Information Act introduced today, Nov. 9.
2010-10-29T13:38:00-03:00Health representatives from the Atlantic provinces gathered in Halifax this week for the first Atlantic Mental Health Summit.
2010-10-28T15:40:00-03:00NOTE: The following is an op-ed piece by Neala Gill, Cardiovascular Health Nova Scotia. Friday, Oct. 29 is World Stroke Day. It is an opportunity to encourage Nova Scotians to learn more about the signs of a stroke, and what you can do to reduce your risk.