The hospital Staff Development Department is often solicited for arranging prevention, treatment and wellness sessions, whether it be for instance on autism which affects a large part of the population in Northern New Brunswick, breastfeeding, or bereavement support for families.
In the spring of 2015, I spent 5 weeks in the nursery of the Chaleur Regional Hospital after the preterm birth of my twins for which I had been rushed to Moncton. I had a C-section at 28 weeks of gestation and my two babies, Maude and Julien, were born. Unfortunately, Julien passed away after 4 days in the incubator…
As a nurse, one of my responsibilities is to adapt to patients’ needs and accommodate them as much as possible. Staying in a hospital is a very stressful time for patients and their families.
During my many hospital stays, I have been the fifth patient in a room of four people on a few occasions, for a period of two to three days. You can imagine how difficult this situation was, whether it be for doctors, nurses, other patients, visitors, families, or myself.
From our first pregnancy appointment until the time we left with our beautiful baby boy, we were extremely impressed with the care we received from the Chaleur Regional Hospital.
Bathurst, October 30, 2023 – Nearly thirty participants and supporters took part in the Walk 1 Km in my shoes….
BATHURST – The Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation has launched its 2023 “Here for Your Health” Annual Campaign with a $350,000….
It is with great satisfaction that the 17th edition of the Northern Star Campaign ended with a record of $140,911.78 raised by December 31, 2022!
Bathurst, March 9, 2023 – The Chaleur Regional Hospital Foundation is ending its 2021-22 fiscal year with a balance sheet….