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Be sure to visit the Province of Manitoba website for the information and resources related to COVID-19.
COVID-19 Outbreak Update – January 12, 2021
We are pleased to announce that the outbreak on the N3E Family Medicine Unit has been declared over as of today. There were 14 patient cases and 3 staff cases associated with this outbreakin total. We would like to thank our staff for their hard work and commitment to the patient care on N3E during the last 5 weeks. Currently, we do not have any COVID-19 positive inpatient cases at the facility.
To help stop the spread of COVID-19, the following measures will continue:
- Restriction of visits to the inpatient units as per the Provincial Guidelines. We encourage families to continue virtual visits with their loved one.
- Enhanced environmental cleaning and disinfection of high touch surfaces.
- Ensuring the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment, including donning and doffing of equipment.
- Ensuring the proper inpatient use of Level 1 procedure masks.
- Ensuring physical distancing on units and common areas.
- Promoting proper hand hygiene practices.
Concordia Hospital remains open. Clinics and procedures continue as usual.
We are doing all that we can to contain transmission of COVID-19. Our efforts continue to keep patients, staff and our community safe.
Regular updates will be provided on this web page as the situation unfolds.
Katherine Graham │ Interim COO/President
Concordia Hospital / Concordia Place
Tel 204–661-7144 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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About Concordia Hospital
Concordia Hospital was started in 1928 by a group of Mennonites who had immigrated to Canada from Russia. Seeing the need for health care in the growing immigrant community they started their first project, which was a 4 bed maternity hospital. This project would grow to become the present Concordia organization, which includes Concordia Hospital and Concordia Place. The blessing they had received by being able to immigrate to Canada motivated them.
Concordia’s mission, vision and values come from this Anabaptist/Mennonite heritage and commitment to mutual aid through compassionate service by offering compassionate care in the name of Christ and in the spirit of Christian community. Our focus is on healing all those we serve.
We believe that we have a mutual obligation to care for each other. Just as those that started Concordia showed it in 1928, we hope that you will feel that obligation as we care for you during your stay at Concordia today.