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Nora Kaye Receives Bonnie Schultz Memorial Award

The Bonnie Schultz Memorial Award is given to a Pharmacist who demonstrates outstanding excellence in optimizing patient care, compassion, empathy, concern, excellence in communication skills, demonstration of skilled practice, mentorship, high practice standards, innovation and serves as a role model. These are qualities that Nora brought to work with her every day of her career.

Nora graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1969 as the Gold Medalist of her class. This was the standard that Nora set for herself in every area of Pharmacy that she worked in. After a 47 year career, Nora retired, spending her last 11 years working in the Neepawa Health Centre Pharmacy.

Nora was a valued member of every health care team she was involved with, as she brought leadership, team building and high standards to all of these groups. She developed many long lasting professional and personal relationships with her colleagues, including Bonnie Schulz, the dedicated pharmacist that this award remembers. All of us who have had the pleasure of working with Nora are better for the time they spent with her.

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Pictured L-R: Nora Kaye, retired PMH pharmacist receiving the Bonnie Schultz Memorial Award from Susan Lessard Friesen, Registrar of the Manitoba College of Pharmacists.

West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus (WNV) is a mosquito borne virus that can cause severe illness including encephalitis (swelling of the brain) and can sometimes result in long term complications and death. The risk of WNV varies from year to year based on precipitation, temperature, mosquito populations and other factors

Healthy Pets Healthy People

Pets can provide much joy.  However, some pets can carry diseases or may be dangerous for young children with poor immune systems.  Learn how to avoid the diseass that pets can spread to people.

Food Safety Tips for Barbecuing

It is BBQ season and as with any type of cooking, it's important to follow safe food handling guidelines to prevent harmful bacteria from spreading and causing foodborne illness.

Prevention of Tick Borne Diseases

How do you protect yourself, your child and your pets from Tick-Borne Diseases?  Residents and visitors to Lyme disease risk areas are strongly encouraged to take precautions to minimize their risk of exposure to blacklegged ticks by performing a TICK CHECK after being outdoors.

 

 

 

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