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When Barry and Mary-Lynne Girvan set off from Moncton for a day trip to Wolfville, Nova Scotia in June, the last thing they expected was to receive a call from the RCMP. Their daughter, Grace had been in a serious accident and was unresponsive. Almost to their destination, they turned back for the drive to Horizon’s The Moncton Hospital, hoping Grace wouldn’t die before they got there.Read More

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The crystal meth problem in New Brunswick is real. There is help.

Annie Claveau, Manager, Addictions and Mental Health Services, Moncton area Because of its addictive qualities and the often severe and…Read More

Regional health authorities add 32 nurse practitioners to emergency departments and clinics

FREDERICTON (GNB) - Thirty-two nurse practitioners will be added to the provincial health-care system. The move is intended to reduce…Read More

Horizon Physician Seeing Lung Illness in Patients Due to Vapes

Dr. Joseph Ojah, Thoracic Surgeon, Horizon's The Moncton Hospital Vaping may be a useful tool in a harm-reduction model of…Read More

Horizon Launches Online Consultation for development of new Strategic Plan

January 17, 2020 - Horizon Health Network (Horizon) has launched its online consultation site for the development of its new…Read More

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