- 02 June 2023
The provincial government announced a new initiative today to reduce financial barriers for internationally educated nurses entering the health-care system.
- 01 June 2023
The provincial government will contribute $485,000 through the Regional Development Corporation towards renovations of the Sophia Recovery Centre’s new location at 238 Metcalf St. in Saint John’s north end. It ...
- 30 May 2023Nurses association praised for work to expedite registration process for internationally educated nurses
The registration process for internationally educated nurses from 14 designated countries will be expedited in New Brunswick, as announced by the Nurses Association of New Brunswick.
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Financial barriers reduced for internationally educated nurses
The provincial government announced a new initiative today to reduce ...
Mobile X-ray service extended to long-term care residents provincewide
The Department of Health’s mobile X-ray service is being extended ...
Pharmacists can assess and prescribe for more illnesses and conditions
Pharmacists are now publicly funded to assess and prescribe for ...
Investment of $2.5 million in new scholarship fund for medical students
The provincial government is investing $2.5 million in a new ...