Burntwood Regional Health Authority

Details Contact

Name :

Burntwood Regional Health Authority

Address  :

867 Thompson Drive South

Town  :

Thompson

State  :

Manitoba

Country  :

CANADA

Post Code:

R8N 1Z4

Phone  :

204 677 5350

Fax  :

204 778 1424

Web URL  :

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Description

Regional Health Authorities Responsibilities
The Burntwood Regional Health Authority BRHA is responsible for the operation and administration of facility and community based health programs and services at a regional level within the Burntwood Region of Manitoba The BRHA is responsible within the context of broad provincial policy direction for assessing and prioritizing those services and programs based on evidence based needs and developing and managing an integrated approach to health care delivery The Regional Health Authorities Act legislation came into force on April 1 1997 It sets out the conditions under which the RHAs are incorporated as well as defining duties and responsibilities of the Regional Health Authorities for ensuring effective health planning and delivery

Vision
Northern Health in Northern Hands
The BRHA is working toward a future where the health status of the Region is equal to if not better than the rest of the province and where there are no health disparities among peoples The mental emotional physical and spiritual health of individuals is supported by healthy families in healthy communities Everyone is working together to create and maintain the best possible conditions for the best possible health outcomes The BRHA is an employer of choice providing a rich environment for growth and learning research and best practice

Mission
To work with individuals families and communities to achieve their best possible health and wellness

Promote health healthy choices and healthy environments

Prevent illness and injury

Provide services for timely return to health

Values
Compassion
We are fully present for others We listen and respond thoughtfully

Inclusiveness
We respect the richness of our diversity and treat each other fairly equally and without bias We recognize strength in holistic approaches and partnerships and honour participation and collaboration in all that we do

Honesty
We are open transparent and truthful in all that we do We say what we mean and act with integrity in all that we do

Trust
We instill confidence and believe in the wisdom of others We earn others trust by being truthful by admitting our mistakes and by keeping confidences

Accountability
We take responsibility for our actions and commitments We monitor measure and communicate openly We manage resources effectively and efficiently

Respect
We recognize the value and uniqueness of individuals families communities and cultures through collaborative and honest relationships

Balance and Harmony
We recognize the uniqueness of each community within the region and respond with flexibility We ensure resources are applied to achieve optimum health and wellness We recognize the importance of clean air land and water and the need to support restore and protect the environment for the health benefits of all

Learning and Doing
We embrace forward thinking and give rise to new ideas We display a willingness to learn and an attitude of flexibility and optimism We learn from our mistakes and continuously improve
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