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This free clinic runs from 9am – 2pm at Soldiers Memorial Hospital. Appointments required; call 902-825-4421.
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11-week programs focuses on education, support and coping strategies for family and friends.
Safety is everyone’s concern. Learn to be a S.M.A.R.T. patient at AVH.
Mental Health and Addictions are complex issues. Learn about our services to support you and your family.
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Search our Programs and Services Directory on your journey to better health.
Annapolis Valley Health offers an extensive listing of programs and services to help you be healthy and stay healthy. To learn more, browse or search through our Program & Services listing.
Check out our AVH Events Calendar to find an event in your community.
Visit our tri-district website featuring Changing our Picture of Health a series of videos and tools to help you understand (or facilitate) the social determinants of health.
On April 1, Nova Scotia's health authorities came together as one. For information about Nova Scotia Health Authority visit www.nshealth.ca.
Due to confirmed cases of gastrointestinal illness, the medical and transitional care units at Soldiers Memorial Hospital are temporarily closed to visitors. Visitor restrictions will remain in...
Due to cases of influenza-like illness, the Veterans Unit at Soldiers Memorial Hospital is temporarily closed to visitors. Visitor restrictions will remain in place until further notice....
Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Strang confirmed today, Feb. 13, that the second Acadia University student with meningococcal meningitis has the B strain of the disease, and an on-campus...