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Friday, 27 May 2011 10:45

Cyberspace improves Alberta’s health care delivery

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By Susan Quinlan
Although even a decade ago, Albertans may have shuddered to think of their health care information hanging out in electronic cyberspace waiting to be hijacked, electronic health care records have become the norm.

Tuesday, 17 May 2011 17:24

Milk River medical practice remains open

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Milk River

Effective Thursday, May 19, Dr. Elisabeth Lewke-Bogle will assume Dr. Husameddin Alshgagi’s medical practice in Milk River.

Wednesday, 11 May 2011 14:16

New website gives Albertans access to health information

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Submitted by Alberta Health Services
A new online health tool connecting Albertans to health-care information and services, other health tools and wellness management tips has been launched.

Wednesday, 11 May 2011 14:08

Emergency generator adds safety to Health Centre

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Submitted by Alberta Health Services
A new $400,000 emergency generator will provide back-up power at the Raymond Health Centre in the unlikely event the regular power supply is disrupted by weather or other factors. The generator will supply emergency power to the facility so patient care can be maintained during a power outage.

By Katie May & Caroline Zentner
Lethbridge Herald

The grassfire that raged northwest of Fort Macleod Wednesday afternoon appeared to be under control by evening after threatening homes and property for five hours.

Wednesday, 04 January 2012 13:49

High winds, grass fire causing havoc near Granum

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Volker Stevin with the assistance of Fort Macleod RCMP and Claresholm RCMP are redirecting traffic on Highway 2 at Highway 519.  Northbound traffic is currently stopped and Southbound traffic is being rerouted to Highway 519. 

By Susan Quinlan — This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

One can’t help but notice the heavy snow boots still parked in the corner of the closet, as the heart of winter approaches, but grass can still be seen throughout most of southern Alberta. Not to worry though, apparently father winter hasn’t forgotten us.

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