Six Nations Health Services • 1745 Chiefswood Rd • Ohsweken ON • N0A 1M0
   
Search:
About Us
  
Home
Welcome
   Programs and Services  
Ambulance Services
Birthing Centre
Dental
Diabetes Education Program
Early Childhood Development
Family Health Team
Health Promotion & Nutrition Services
Healthy Babies
/Healthy Children
Long Term Care
Medical Transportation
Mental Health
New Directions Group
School Nurses
Sexual and Clinical Health Nurses
Share AP
   Resources  
Client Orientation Package
Promoting Health
In The Languages
Forms
Links
News Letters
   Community Events  
Youth Recruitment
Breast Feeding Support Group
Palliative Care Research Project
Aboriginal Birth Cohort
 
Chief Hill presents Ruby Miller with her plaque
SNEC Bids Farewell to Director of Health Services
03/25/14 (General Council) - After 16 years of service, Ruby resigned from the position of Health Director and will begin consulting in Alberta. Chief Ava Hill honoured her for the many years of service to the community. Ruby coordinated the Share Ap program and pioneered diabetes clinics. She also pioneered the first supervisors for maternal care and traditional medicine to assist growing families. Many women benefited from the care provided by the Birthing Centre.

In 2007 to 2008, Ruby put the medical transportation in place and held a close relationship with the LHIN. After years of pursuing advance care paramedic (ACP) designation, the Health Minister agreed that those skills make a difference to lives and approved the ACP designation. The dialysis centre started with 6 chairs followed recently by 6 more in the White Pines Building. After getting out of the university’s nursing program, she described it as being really interesting especially after she moved through three different and important roles over her career at Six Nations.

Ruby was honoured for her accomplishments and expressed her gratitude for the plaque provided by Council.

Announcing all the Chefs and their Pancake Creations in the Community Hall
Simply Cook and Enjoy – Pancakes Delight Six Nations Appetite
03/03/14 – To the delight of all in attendance, community members enjoyed creatively designed pancakes prepared by area Chefs. The event brought out those adventurous enough to wet their prospective pallets.

March is Nutrition Month. Many community members sampled pancakes with community dietitians from Six Nations Health Services, Long Term Care/Home and Community Care, Health Promotions and Nutrition Services and Diabetes Education Program.

Each Chef showcased their pancake recipe that was available to community members who attended and were adventurous enough to take the recipe home. Some people wanted the recipe to attempt re-creating delicious pancakes.

Chef Joe Farrell created a White Corn Pancake with smoked deer jam, maple squash syrup and dried cherry tomato. Zucchini Fritters with sour cream, walnuts, and deer jerky were prepared by Joanna Dydula, registered dietician. Wild blueberry cornmeal pancakes were provided by Chef Joleen General. Chef Rich Francis stirred up Iroquois corn and quinoa pancakes with whipped maple cream, sage blueberries and toasted hemp seeds quinoa pancakes. The slogan for this night lived up to its billing: Simply Cook and Enjoy!

Chef Rich Francis will be appearing on Top Chef Canada on the Food Network where he will join other Chefs on March 10.
NOTICE OF PESTICIDE USE
 CLICK HERE TO VIEW REPORT ENTITLED - ACCOUNT OF ACTIVITIES DURING THE WEST NILE VIRUS PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER COMMUNITY
Health Services Programming Announcements
 
Click On Image Above Click On Image Above
Click On Image Above Click On Image Above
Click On Image Above Click On Image Above
 
Click On Image Above  
 
   Health Services Related Stories And Information From Six Nations Council Website
 
Walking Group
Stroller Fit Group
Community Breast Feeding Coordinator
Measles Fact Sheet
      About Us   •   Home   •   Welcome   •   Ambulance   •   Birthing Centre   •   Dental   •   ECD   •   FHT   •   HPNS   •   HB/HC  
      Long Term Care   •   Medical Transportation   •   Mental Health   •   New Directions Group   •   School Nurses   •   Sexual Health/Clinical Health Nurses  
                              •   Share AP   •   In-School Curriculum   •   Forms   •   Newsletters   •   Links   •   Schedule                            
    Copyright © 2006 Six Nations Council. All rights reserved.   Email webmaster.