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DRHC Welcomes Kyla Barrie MD

September 1st, 2020|0 Comments

September 1, 2020 DRYDEN, Ontario - The dedicated efforts of the Health Human Resources Committee through the Dryden Health Services Foundation and the Dryden Regional Health Centre have been successful in recruiting a new physician to Dryden. The Dryden Health Services Foundation is very pleased to announce that Dr. Kyla Barrie will join the Dingwall Medical Group Family Health Network. Dr. Barrie will work as a full-time family physician at [...]

MEDIA RELEASE: RETURN TO SERVICE AT DRHC NOT RETURN TO “NORMAL”

July 24th, 2020|0 Comments

July 24, 2020 DRYDEN - Following the recommendations and guidelines of the Ministry and provincial government, the Dryden Regional Health Centre has begun gradually re-introducing outpatient services. The complex and multifaceted phase-in of services has been based on recommendations and best practices for physical distancing and disinfection practices and reflects the organization’s deep commitment to safety. Processes for booking, registration, attendance, and admission for services have changed to ensure the [...]

MEDIA RELEASE: DRYDEN REGIONAL HEALTH CENTRE RESUMING SERVICES

June 11th, 2020|0 Comments

DRYDEN - While the spread of COVID-19 continues to be a challenge, it is now possible for hospitals to begin a gradual resumption of services. Following approval by the Northwestern Health Unit and Ontario Health North, and under the direction of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, the Dryden Regional Health Centre will slowly and thoughtfully re-introduce services that were suspended by the government earlier this year in March. [...]

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Northwestern Health UnitWondering what to do if your child is ill? You have a few options, but none of them require a doctor’s note!

• Get them tested for COVID-19. If the test is negative, they can return to school after symptoms have improved. If positive, we will be in touch with you to guide your next steps.

• Talk to your health care provider. If testing is not recommended, they can return to school after symptoms have improved. If testing is recommended and the child is not tested, they must stay home for 14 days after the start of any symptoms.

• If your child’s illness is related to an existing condition, speak with your school.

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