2019 News

  • Lynne Innes new VP Clinical Services and Chief Nursing Executive

    Weeneebayko Area Hospital Authority’s (WAHA) Board of Directors and President and CEO are pleased to announce that Lynne Innes has accepted the position of Vice President, Clinical Services and Chief Nursing Executive (CNE). Ms. Innes, a Nurse Practitioner, has been the interim Vice President, Clinical Services and CNE since July 2018 and has been with…

  • Jack Hutchison Hired as WAHA’s Vice-President of Human Resources and Organizational Development

    WAHA is pleased to announce that Jack Hutchison has been hired as the Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development. We all recognize the immense contribution Jack has made to WAHA, we wish to extend our genuine appreciation for his dedication, previously serving as an HR Generalist and Manager during the building and development…

  • A Canadian FIRST in environmental building maintenance for WAHA staff

    Congratulations to our maintenance staff for becoming the FIRST ever remote, northern, First Nations graduates to become Building Operator Certified (BOC) by the Canadian Coalition for Green Healthcare and Healthcare Energy Leaders Ontario. The competency-based BOC training offered improved our teams’ technical expertise and job skills to improve our facilities so that they are more…

  • Move to Moose Factory….by Dr. Zahra Jaffer

    Dr. Zahra Jaffer shares why her “move to Moose Factory one of (the) best (she) made” In the Fall issue of the Northern Ontario Medical Journal, Weeneebayko Area Health Authority (WAHA) physician, writes about her three years living in and caring for patients in the James Bay and Hudson Bay region. Dr. Jaffer describes the…

  • Grief Edu-Therapy Program – Registration Details

    What is Grief-Edu-Therapy? The Edu-Therapy™ process of grief resolution is recognized as one of the most effective programs for dealing with the pain caused by loss and the grief that is often created by conflict within our relationships. This 3-day program will address the conflicting emotions caused by loss and enhance your ability to participate…

  • Join our communities for Orange Shirt Day: Every Child Matters

    Community Members Invited to Attend: September 30 is Orange Shirt Day where First Nations, local governments, schools and communities come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come. All Weeneebayko Area Health Authority (WAHA) staff and physicians are encouraged to wear orange shirts on Sunday and Monday and participate…