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It's not safe': Campbellton hospital staff troubled by working conditions amid COVID-19 outbreak
CBC NEWS

Some staff who have worked on the COVID-19 unit of the Campbellton Regional Hospital say they do not feel safe under the existing safety protocols. "It's not safe. I don't feel safe," one employee said of the working conditions inside the hospital at the centre of the outbreak of coronavirus in the Zone 5 health region.

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Surgeries, other hospital services in Cape Breton ramping up as COVID-19 units empty out
SALTWIRE NETWORK

As the Nova Scotia Health Authority continues to gradually reopen services and programs, some people are wary about going back into hospitals.

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BUH among health facilities to see upgrades in province’s $17.8 million funding announcement
BATTLEFORDS NOW

The Battlefords Union Hospital has been earmarked for funding for upgrades, among a number of projects planned for health facilities across the province. In total, the province is investing $17.8 million for 87 health facilities for maintenance and upgrade projects.

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Yorkland Controls Limited is proud to represent Triatek, a Johnson Controls company, providing  Critical Environment solutions for Healthcare facilities. From isolation room controls and monitoring to lab control.

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G.R. Baker upgrades to bring hospital into 21st century: health services administrator
QUESNEL CARIBOO OBSERVER

A multi-million dollar project upgrade at G.R. Baker Hospital will be a welcome sight for patients, staff and physicians once completed, said Daryl Petsul, Northern Health’s Quesnel Health Services administrator.

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Ban fax machines in healthcare as part of digital transformation, says expert
IT WORLD CANADA

The COVID-19 crisis has pushed hospitals and some doctors to quickly adopt digital technologies like telemedicine but many physicians and laboratories sill use one piece of old-fashion tech: Fax machines.

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7 Things to Consider Before Implementing Smart Building Technology
FACILITIES.NET

It pays to be methodical when evaluating smart building devices and systems. Addressing these seven questions can help you avoid problems down the road.

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Cleaning machines may smart investment for healthcare facilities
FACILITIES TODAY

The recent COVID-19 outbreak has once again illustrated the reasons why sanitation is so very important in this day and age. However, this concept is even more important when referring to locations known for higher levels of disease transmission. Three pertinent examples include medical offices, surgery centers and care facilities. 

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In healthcare facility renovations, early partnership with qualified specialty contractors is critical
FACILITIES TODAY

Healthcare construction in general, and renovation projects in particular, are highly complex. An array of complicated medical gas and mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems warrants the early involvement of specialty contractors who offer unique value to project teams.

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Resilient designs to handle natural or man-made emergencies
HFM MAGAZINE

In the aftermath of a disaster like a tornado, earthquake or the current COVID-19 pandemic, impacted hospitals quickly switch to recovery and after-action planning mode. What could they have done differently in the design to better prepare or mitigate the damage? How can they shore up their vulnerabilities? 

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