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    This file contains geographic information on the locations of nursing stations that fall under the Underserviced Area Program (UAP) of the Northern Health Programs (NHP). The UAP is one of a number of supports provided by the ministry to help rural, remote and northern communities recruit and retain health professionals.

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    FluWatchers is an online health surveillance system. It helps monitor the spread of flu-like illness across Canada. FluWatchers relies on Canadians to volunteer 15 seconds of their time each week to answer 2 questions about their health. To be a Fluwatcher, sign up at https://cnphi.canada.ca/fluWatcher/register Note: Only areas where there are five or more weekly reporters are included in the map. The reported rates of cough and fever are a reflection of the surveillance data available to FluWatch at the time of production. Delays in reporting of data may cause data to change retrospectively.

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    This dataset provides the location of Yukon's hospitals and health centres. The data also includes contact information and general information about each facility. Distributed from GeoYukon by the Government of Yukon. Discover more digital map data and interactive maps from Yukon's digital map data collection.For more information: geomatics.help@yukon.ca

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    This point layer displays the location of COVID-19 and flu vaccine providers within the province of Manitoba. This point layer displays the location of COVID-19 and flu vaccine providers within the province of Manitoba. Vaccination sites are symbolized by their provider type, indicating whether the location is a pharmacy, medical clinic, provincial vaccine clinic, etc. Other information available for each site includes provider name, whether they are accepting appointments, address, and any special notes or restrictions on the location. This data is populated by Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living. This layer is the data behind the Manitoba COVID-19 & Flu Vaccine Finder application. The data is updated as needed. Fields included (Alias (Field Name): Field description.) Provider Type (Provider_Type): Type of provider. Includes Vaccine Clinic, Pharmacy, Medical Clinic and Urban Indigenous Vaccine Clinic. Provider Name (Provider_Name): Official business name of the provider. Status (Status): Current status of location: “Taking appointments” or “Not currently taking appointments”. Date (Date): Specific to "Vaccine Clinics" - Date(s) that the location is operating. Hours (Hours): Specific to "Vaccine Clinics" - Hours of operation for the location. Date Updated (Date_updated): Last date this attribute was updated by the holding provider. Vaccine Comments (Vaccine_Comments): Any limitations, comments or restrictions about the vaccine distribution/eligibility at this location. Note (Note): Any additional notes from the provider on their location/requirements. RHA Name (RHA_Name): Name of the Regional Health Authority (RHA) where the site is located. Address (Address): Street address or mailing address, if applicable. City (City): City or town in which the provider is located. Province (Province): Province in which the provider is located. The default is "Manitoba". Phone (Phone): Provider's public business phone number. For more information on Manitoba’s response to COVID-19, please visit the following site: https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/index.html

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    An interactive web map illustrating the locations and service details of Rural Health Care Facilities in Manitoba, outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. An interactive web map illustrating the locations and service details of Rural Health Care Facilities in Manitoba, outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Select a facility from the drop down list to filter out all but the facility of interest, use the search bar, or simply explore and click on facilities in the map for details. Pop-ups include the following information:Community Name Facility Name Emergency Department Availability Percentage of Time Open (2015) Nearest Alternate Emergency Department Acute Care Availability Acute Care Number of Beds Acute Care Occupancy Rate (2015-16) Transitional Care Availability Transitional Care Number of Beds Transitional Care Occupancy Rate (2015-16) Diagnostic Care Services Available Emergency Medical Services Station Nearest Alternate Emergency Medical Services Station Personal Care Home Personal Care Home Number of Beds

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    An interactive web map illustrating the current state of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Facilities in Manitoba outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. An interactive web map illustrating the current state of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Facilities in Manitoba outside the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, as well as both the daytime and night time catchment areas of rural EMS Facilities south of 53°N.  The map includes points representing the current locations of EMS facilities. Polygons representing daytime or night time drive time catchment areas (9, 15, and 30 minutes) for each EMS facility are also shown, including the approximate population served (Statistics Canada 2011 census data) and incident responses (2015/16 data) within each catchment area . Note that this information is only available for rural Manitoba and areas south of 53°N.   Pop-ups for the current EMS Facilities display the following information: Community Name Facility Name Pop-ups for the current catchment areas display the following information: Community Name Facility Name Total Population in 9, 15, and 30 minute night time catchment areas (south of 53°N only) Total Incidents ((2015/16) in 9, 15, and 30 minute night time catchment areas (south of 53°N only)  

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    The locations of all Long-term Care and Residential Care facilities in Nova Scotia by their civic address.

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    Rates of specific causes or types of death by geographic area

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    Web app showing locations of distributors participating in the Naloxone Take Home Program in Manitoba. This web app shows the locations of distributors participating in the Naloxone Take Home Program in Manitoba. Naloxone is a drug that temporarily reverses overdose (toxicity) caused by opioid drugs (such as fentanyl, heroin, morphine, hydromorphone). Free take-home naloxone kits are available to members of the public who are at risk of opioid overdose (toxicity), and family or friends who may witness opioid toxicity. For more information see Manitoba Health. This app uses the point feature layer Naloxone Distributors Take Home Program and the Naloxone Distributors Map - Take Home Program.

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    Feature point layer showing locations of distributors participating in the Naloxone Take Home Program in Manitoba. This feature point layer shows the locations of distributors participating in the Naloxone Take Home Program in Manitoba. Naloxone is a drug that temporarily reverses overdose (toxicity) caused by opioid drugs (such as fentanyl, heroin, morphine, hydromorphone). Free take-home naloxone kits are available to members of the public who are at risk of opioid overdose (toxicity), and family or friends who may witness opioid toxicity. For more information see Manitoba Health. This feature layer is used in the Naloxone Distributors Map - Take Home Program and Naloxone Finder - Take Home Program application. Fields included (Alias (Field Name): Field description) Distributor (Distributor): Business name of the distributor. Product (Product): The type of product available from the distributor. Address (Address): Street address or mailing address, if applicable, of the distributor. City (City): City or town in which the distributor is located. Postal Code (Postal_Code): Postal code for the distributor's location. Participating (Participating): Indicates participation in the Naloxone Take Home Program.  Phone (Phone): Distributor's public business phone number. Provider Type (Provider_Type): Type of provider. Includes Pharmacy, Medical Clinic, Nursing Station, Public Health Unit, and Other Organization. RHA (RHA): Regional Health Authority Latitude (Latitude): Latitudinal coordinate of distributor Longitude (Longitude): Longitudinal coordinate of distributor ObjectId (ObjectId): Unique identifier