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Brendan E. Hanley

Chief Medical Officier of Health

Yukon

HQ Phone:  (780) 448-2627

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Yukon

9912-106 Street

Edmonton, Alberta,T5K 1C5

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Employment History

Chief Medical Officer of Health

Government of Yukon


Co-Chair

Safe Communities Canada


Medical Officer of Health

Yukon Development Corporation


Yukon Medical Association


Chief of Emergency

Whitehorse Star


Multiple

Médecins Sans Frontières


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Partenariat communauté en santé - Who We Are

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Dr. Brendan Hanley, Yukon Chief medical Officier of Health


Arctic Health Research Network-Yukon - About Us - Team

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Dr. Brendan Hanley


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Co-Chair: Brendan HanleyEmergency Department PhysicianTel: 867-668-7659email: bhanley@northwestel.netemail:skyywalker@nnorthwestel.net


www.gov.yk.ca

Dr. Hanley, along with the RCMP, Kwanlin Dün First Nation, Council of Yukon First Nations, Blood Ties, FASSY, Many Rivers, Yukon Hospital Corporation and Alcohol and Drug Services, are working to raise awareness and provide education on the danger of fentanyl and other high-potency opioid drugs.
Overdoses are a risk for both prescription and recreational drug users. Drugs that are not prescribed to you can be deadly. During National Addiction Awareness Week, Dr. Hanley is urging everyone to ensure their medications are in a secure place and are out of reach of children. While Dr. Hanley advises against the use of illicit drugs, people who do use these drugs can reduce their chances of overdose by not using drugs alone, starting with a small amount, not mixing substances (including alcohol), and calling 911 right away if someone overdoses. Dr. Brendan Hanley Chief Medical Officer of Health 867-456-6136 brendan.hanley@gov.yk.ca


www.gov.yk.ca

"We know that this is just the tip of the iceberg," Hanley said.
Hanley urges everyone to obtain their immunization against this year's flu strains, especially people under the age of five years or over 65, as well as people who have chronic conditions. Dr. Brendan Hanley Chief Medical Officer of Health 867-456-6136 brendan.hanley@gov.yk.ca


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