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Moving into the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital

We often explore the issues that we face as an organization and what our teams are doing to respond to whatever is pressing at the time. But it’s equally important to take time to celebrate our successes along the way.

One of those successes is the new Grande Prairie Regional Hospital.

On December 4, we completed the move from the former Queen Elizabeth II Hospital to the new hospital. This was a true team effort, which took not only transporting patients, but also moving furniture and machines, recalibrating moved equipment, updating our Connect Care medical record system, and ensuring each patient had the proper medication, linens, and food waiting for them upon arrival.

This was made possible by the hard work of hundreds of our people, and I’m so proud of what they’ve accomplished. Joining me to tell us more about the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital and what it means to northern Alberta are:

  • Candice Edey, Operational Lead, Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Project
  • Stacy Greening, Senior Operating Officer, QEII Regional Hospital and North Zone Addictions and Mental Health
  • Cindy Harmata, Interim Chief Zone Officer and Senior Operating Officer, North Zone Clinical Operations Rural 5-8