CEO and Chief Nursing Officer Theresa Marentette has released the following statement regarding infectious disease management during the current labour disruption.
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Programs and services offered for pregnant families and families with children (birth to school entry).
A letter to the community from CEO Theresa Marentette regarding potential work stoppages and service disruptions during collective bargaining with the Ontario Nurses Association
To date, approximately 1200 students born in 2001 and 2002 have incomplete immunization records with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.
Yesterday, the Ontario Nurses Association (ONA) made the decision to end ongoing collective agreement negotiations with the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) is pleased to release the 2019 Living Wage calculations for Windsor and Essex County.
Challenge Yourself to Build Healthy Habits while learning about, and following, the New and Improved Canada’s Food Guide!
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) would like to invite the community to visit wechu.org/inspections, where all routine inspections, enforcement activities, convictions, closures, and advisories can be viewed.
Dr. Wajid Ahmed has been officially appointed as the Medical Officer of Health (MOH) for the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Based on Environment Canada’s forecast, Dr. Wajid Ahmed, Windsor-Essex County Health Unit’s Medical Officer of Health has issued an Extreme Cold Warning. The wind chill values of -30°C to -35°C are expected tonight through to Friday morning. An Extreme Cold Warning is issued when temperatures are -27°C (-16.6°F) with or without the wind chill for one day.