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Mr. Ken Winnig

Regional Director Diagnostic Services

Northern Health

Direct Phone: (250) ***-****       

Northern Health

Suite 600 299 Victoria Street

Prince George, British Columbia V2L 5B8

Canada

Company Description

Northern Health will own and operate the building and fund its services once the construction project is finished. "Communities across Northern British Columbia will see substantial upgrades to seniors' care facilities over the next year, as we replace ... more

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Regional Director
Diagnostics

Director, Lab and Diagnostic Services
Prince George Civic Centre

Director, Lab and Diagnostic Services
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BCNG Portals Page

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Northern Health's regional director of diagnostics Ken Winnig said the health authority is eager to have lab technician students working with them in the field.Northern Health donated $390,000 worth of lab equipment to the college for the program.

"It's not really so much a donation as an investment," Winnig said."Northern Health is extremely pleased by the launch of this program."
Statistics show that 20 per cent of lab technicians in Northern Health will be retiring within the next few years, Winnig said.


20060120 PACS

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"We're building a secure system to allow any image to be sent anywhere at anytime within and between Northern Health facilities and to sites outside our health region," said Northern Health Regional Director of Diagnostic Services Ken Winnig.


"We have been able to maintain ...

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"We have been able to maintain services and haven't had to cancel any patients," said Ken Winnig, director of diagnostics for Northern Health. "We switched to the Netherlands supplier just before the Chalk River incident. We've been told that we'll be able to get another generator for next week, which means we'll be fine for the next while," he said, adding the province also has a working group that manages the supply and ensures that any extra isotopes are transferred to facilities in need.

Hospitals in bigger cities, such as the University of Alberta Hospital, are faring better than those in areas with smaller populations. A spokesperson for the university hospital said that while the facility has been affected, the shortage has not been as drastic because the hospital is in a big centre and produces its own isotopes.
Facilities in smaller centres face geographic barriers to access of isotopes produced by nearby generators, and are forced to improvise by doing alternative exams that do not require isotopes, or use a different kind of isotope altogether, Mr. Winnig said.


"We have been able to maintain ...

www.nationalpost.com [cached]

"We have been able to maintain services and haven't had to cancel any patients," said Ken Winnig, director of diagnostics for Northern Health. "We switched to the Netherlands supplier just before the Chalk River incident. We've been told that we'll be able to get another generator for next week, which means we'll be fine for the next while," he said, adding that the province also has a working group which manages the supply and ensures that any extra isotopes are transferred to facilities in need.

Hospitals in bigger cities, such as the University of Alberta Hospital, are faring better than those in areas with smaller populations. A spokesperson for the university hospital said that while the facility has been affected, the shortage has not been as drastic because the hospital is in a big centre and produces its own isotopes.
Facilities in smaller centres face geographic barriers to access of isotopes produced by nearby generators, and are forced to improvise by doing alternate exams that do not require isotopes, or use a different kind of isotope altogether, Mr. Winnig explained.


"We have been able to maintain ...

www.nationalpost.com [cached]

"We have been able to maintain services and haven't had to cancel any patients," said Ken Winnig, director of diagnostics for Northern Health. "We switched to the Netherlands supplier just before the Chalk River incident. We've been told that we'll be able to get another generator for next week, which means we'll be fine for the next while," he said, adding the province also has a working group that manages the supply and ensures that any extra isotopes are transferred to facilities in need.

Hospitals in bigger cities, such as the University of Alberta Hospital, are faring better than those in areas with smaller populations. A spokesperson for the university hospital said that while the facility has been affected, the shortage has not been as drastic because the hospital is in a big centre and produces its own isotopes.
Facilities in smaller centres face geographic barriers to access of isotopes produced by nearby generators, and are forced to improvise by doing alternative exams that do not require isotopes, or use a different kind of isotope altogether, Mr. Winnig said.

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