• Responding to an opioid overdose

  • Universal Masking Policy

    Weeneebayko Area Health Authority (WAHA) is committed to providing a safe environment for our staff and patients. Our Universal Masking Policy requires all staff, patients and visitors to wear a surgical mask when entering all WAHA sites. We aim to minimize the risk of exposure and spread of COVID-19 to employees, patients and visitors within…

  • COVID-19 and Pregnancy

  • Surprise! We Have 3 New Deliveries!

    On June 4th, three GE Panda iRes, state-of-the-art infant warmers arrived at our hospital nurseries and newborn intensive care units in Moose Factory, Attawapiskat, and Fort Albany.  Meeting the Neonatal Resuscitation Provider Guidelines, these GE Panda iRes infant warmers will help us keep babies’ bodies warm through temperature regulation. Some prominent features of these Panada…

  • Paramedic Services Week

  • About some of our nursing heroes

  • WAHA Celebrates Indigenous Nurses Day

    Celebrating over 60 Indigenous nursing staff. Meegwetch for providing culturally relevant health care as close to home as possible.

  • WAHA Celebrates National Nursing Week

    Happy National Nursing Week, May 11-17. WAHA would like to celebrate and recognize all of our Nurses. We appreciate your kindness, compassion and tireless dedication.   Your work saves lives, and ensures our patients receive optimal health care closest to home.