in French - Medical, Surgical, and Neurosciences Unit - description in French of this unit and other IWK services for families.
[In French] L’équipe compte de nombreux spécialistes. Nous travaillons ensemble pour assurer les meilleurs soins possible à votre enfant. Notre équipe suit les lignes directrices de l’American Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association. / About the team, assesments, what you can do for your child.
In French. L’équipe de néphrologie comprend le service des patients hospitalisés au 6e étage du pavillon Link, le service des soins ambulatoires et l’unité de dialyse rénale. Beaucoup de membres de l’équipe participent aux soins de vos enfants et adolescents. / Outlines nephrology team members' responsibilities for patients and families.
A description of the various nephrology team members- from physicians to clinical leaders, social workers.
About the team, assesments, what you can do for your child.
Parent Partners are a group of volunteers who have had babies in the NICU. We're here to help you parent in the NICU and to support you while you're here.
About the Plastic Surgery Clinic; what to bring; what to expect after the procedure.
Unit 7.4 is a 33-bed unit caring for people with stroke and other problems of the brain and nervous system. Basic information is given about the unit for you and your loved ones. Topics include: Home First and discharge planning, important telephone numbers, your health care team, visitors, parking, food and drink, personal belongings, waiting rooms, and places to stay in Halifax. Space is provided at the end of the pamphlet for you to write down the names of important members of your health ca…
The 4B Community Transitions Unit (CTU) cares for people who are waiting to go to a nursing home and do not need to be in a hospital anymore. The information in this pamphlet will help you and your family get ready for your stay on the Unit. This pamphlet provides information on visiting hours, suggested personal belongings, programs and activities, and other information. It also describes all the members of your health care team.
Unit 7.2 Orthopaedics is for people who have had an orthopaedic injury or surgery. This pamphlet gives information about the Orthopaedic Unit and the Intermediate Care Unit (IMCU) on 7.2. Information includes what a usual day is like on 7.2, communication, staying safe in the hospital, visitors, and your health care team members. Discharge instructions, helpful hints and hospital amenities are listed. Contact information is also provided.
Unit 8.1 Orthopaedics is for people who have had an orthopaedic injury or surgery. This pamphlet gives information about the Orthopaedic Unit on 8.1. Information includes what a usual day is like on 8.1, communication, staying safe in the hospital, visitors, and your health care team members. Discharge instructions, helpful hints, and hospital amenities are listed. Contact information is also provided.
Unit 8.2 a 37-bed medical teaching unit for patients with various medical conditions. This pamphlet includes information on having a family spokesperson, your health care team, planning for going home, services while you are in the hospital, important times/activies, what you can do to stay safe, infection control, and instructions for once you are home.
This pamphlet outlines what to expect as an inpatient on 9A, a General Surgery Unit. Topics include: accommodations, visiting hours, family accomodations, planning for disharge, meals, valuables and belongings, who is on your health care team, and morning rounds. Parking, phone and TV services, amenities, and other general information is outlined.
Medical, Surgical, and Neurosciences Unit - description of this unit and other IWK services for families.
This pamphlet gives information about the Hospitalist Medicine Unit (HMU) at the Halifax Infirmary. Topics include your health care team, what will happen when you arrive on the HMU, what to expect during your stay, and resources for additional information.
This pamphlet explains what you will need to know when coming to the Maternal/Child Unit (MCU) at Aberdeen Regional Hospital. There are lists of what you should bring for yourself, the baby, and your support person. Information provided about the MCU includes phone service, snacks, visitors, and smoking. Details about the day of delivery, taking care of mom and baby, keeping baby safe, discharge, and paperwork are also included.
Information for parents about the IWK Pediatric Medical Unit. Welcome to PMU- information on routines, co-habitation, visitors, parking, telephones.
This pamphlet outlines what to expect as a general surgery, plastic surgery, and burn unit inpatient in Unit 4.2. The pamphlet describes all the members of your health care team. When your family and friends can phone you or the unit, as well as when they can visit, is outlined. The pamphlet explains what a normal day is like, and when meals are served. Other topics described in the pamphlet are TV, personal care items, parking, wheelchairs, and infection control. A list of nearby hotels for fa…
This pamphlet gives information about the inpatient units at Dartmouth General Hospital. Topics include visitors, supplies to bring from home, meal times, your plan of care and health care team, phone and TV services, Wi-Fi, cafeteria hours, parking info and whom to call if you have any questions during your stay.
This pamphlet explains what you will need to know when coming to the Women and Children's Health Unit (WCHU) at Yarmouth Regional Hospital. There are lists of what you should bring for yourself and the baby, as well as what your support person should bring. Information provided about the Unit includes phone and television service, visitors, and smoking. Details about the day of delivery, taking care of yourself and baby, keeping baby safe, discharge, and paperwork are also included.