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Regional Health is an integrated health care system with the purpose of helping patients and communities live well. The organization provides community-based health care.

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Rapid City, South Dakota, 57701,

United States


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Province invests $31.6M to expand Selkirk Regional Health Centre

Dec 4, 2021

Author of the article: Article content The province announced Friday it’s investing $31.6 million to expand the Selkirk Regional Health Centre, positioning the site to expand its role in the provincial surgery program while continuing to serve the urgent health needs of the Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority. Advertisement Article content “The COVID-19 pandemic has been, and continues to be, the most significant challenge of our time,” Premier Heather Stefanson said in a statement on Friday. “It has created and exposed challenges and opportunities in our health-care system and it has reaffirmed our commitment to provide better health care with reduced wait times, improved access and more services in communities closer to home.” We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or Province invests $31.6M to expand Selkirk Regional Health Centre Back to video The investment will fund a major site expansion, increasing acute care inpatient beds by 30, and enhancing Selkirk’s ability to treat and monitor seriously ill patients. More specialized services will be made available. Surgeries carried out at the site for gynecology, urology, plastics and endoscopy will be increased. Advertisement Article content Legal recognition of intended parents The province has introduced legislation that provides legal recognition of intended parents for children conceived through assisted reproduction with or without surrogacy, Justice Minister Cameron Friesen announced on Thursday. “These parentage provisions are critical to safeguard the rights of children and ensure legal recognition of the intended parents who will have legal rights and responsibilities respecting their child,” he said. “The provisions respecting surrogacy provide a clear path as to what will happen upon the child’s birth and who has parental rights and responsibilities.” Transitioning the Industrial Technology Centre The province is transitioning the Industrial Technology Centre to a local business, T. Manson & Associates Ltd., to continue its services offered to Manitoba and international businesses. Advertisement Article content “After an extensive review of the Industrial Technology Centre and the services it provides, it was decided the centre should transition to the private sector,” Economic Development and Jobs Minister Jon Reyes announced Thursday. “This will allow for a private business to deliver these services directly to businesses and is expected to enhance service delivery, expand business offerings to clients and eventually create new employment opportunities.” New scrap metal law The province is creating a scrap metal act to guard property and public safety, Friesen announced Thursday. “Metal theft is an increasing concern in Manitoba that affects public safety and can be extremely costly to individuals and business owners,” he said. “These changes will require sellers and scrap dealers to provide and record identification for all metal sales. In addition to these measures, scrap metal dealers will be required to keep records and produce those records when requested, increasing accountability and providing barriers to those who seek to steal and sell metal items for quick cash.” Share this Story: Province invests $31.6M to expand Selkirk Regional Health Centre

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