Hamiota Health Centre provides services to a wide range of clients – offering pre-
We are fortunate to have a stable physician group. Our physicians are salaried and run a group practice.
A team approach is used to provide services within the Health Centre. These services include a dental clinic, medical clinic, Occupational therapy, Physiotherapy, regular Women’s Wellness Clinics, Hypertension clinics, EMS, Lab & X-
A proactive approach to Health Care is provided to the community with the following programs – Families First, Home Care, an Adult Day Program in the PCH, Community Mental Health, Public Health, Health Promotions, Diabetes and Heart Health, Parent Child Coalition, Dietician, Cancer Care Program and Telehealth.
We have strong ties to the community. The Seniors Coordinator provides programming to the Elderly Persons Housing which is also attached to the Health Centre. Staff member meet regularly with the Town & Municipal councils, Age Friendly Committee, local Recruitment and Retention committee, Palliative care, Women’s Auxilliary and the Health Centre Foundation.
Our Health Centre welcomes students from various disciplines for work experience. The University of Manitoba and the Hamiota Health Centre have a strong alliance. U of M medical students come to us at various stages of their training.
Another strong relationship has been established between Brandon University, Assiniboine Community College and Robertson College, as well as the local High School. These students come to the Health Centre for a variety of work experiences.
Hamiota Health Centre is the major employer in Hamiota.
The Hamiota Medical Clinic is also involved with a teaching program affiliated with University of Manitoba. For more information click this link http://www.rham.mb.ca
Hamiota Dental, located within the Hamiota Regional Health Facility in the Medical Clinic Building, is a progressive, patient-
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Birch Lodge Personal Care 764-
Child and Adolescence Community Mental Health Worker 328-
Dietary/Meals on Wheels 764-
Adult Community Mental Health Worker 764-
Ambulance Service 764-
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Public Health Nurse 764-
Regional Dietician 764-
Seniors Council Coordinator 764-
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Dr. Karen Juce
The Assiniboine RHA would like to congratulate Dr. Karen Juce from Hamiota on receiving the Award of Excellence from the Manitoba College of Family Physicians. The physician chosen for this award exemplifies the qualities of an excellent family physician within his/her practice and within their community. "Dr. Juce is an excellent and caring family physician," said her colleague Dr. Allan Ranson. "She is also an integral member of the greater community outside the health care field." Dr. Juce is also a lecturer with the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Medicine and she is involved in teaching at the student and residency level. Dr. Juce has practiced in Hamiota since 1996 and is the mother of three.
Dr. Allan Ranson
Dr. Allan Ranson of Hamiota, Manitoba, is the recipient of the College’s Family Physician of the Year Award for 2007.
Dr. Ranson graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1976 and became certified in Family Medicine in 1978. He practiced in his home town of Carberry until 1985, worked as an emergency room physician in Brandon from 1985-
During almost thirty years as a full service rural family physician, Dr. Ranson has also served the wider community in other ways. He and his accordion are well known, regularly delighting audiences at the personal care home, his church and in other settings! He has been actively involved in many facets of health care ranging from advisory roles with various health professional groups and organizations, to volunteer work with several recreational and healthy living advocacy groups as well as in his church. Between 2003 & 2005 he provided locum services in under serviced rural and remote communities in three provinces.
Dr. Ranson has served in many roles provincially, particularly with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba. In 1990 he was granted Fellowship in the College of Family Physicians of Canada.
Dr. Ranson excels as a family man. He has been supported in all his activities by his wife, Yolande, and their three children (all married), Tamara, Matthew and Monique. He identifies his three young grandchildren as number one on his list of achievements.
Dr. Ranson was honoured at the President’s Banquet which took place during the College’s Annual Scientific Assembly in Gimli on Saturday, May 5, 2007.
Dr. John Edward Hudson, C.M., M.D.
University of Manitoba, M.D. 1941
An old fashioned family doctor, “Dr Ed”, as he was affectionately known was the driving force behind the establishment of the Hamiota Health Centre. This centre has become the model for the practice of rural health care delivery in the province of Manitoba. Throughout his career Dr. “Ed” served as a mentor of many physicians in the province. In 2001 he was made a Member of the Order of Canada for his outstanding dedication to this community and his profession. That same year he also received the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Anniversary Medal.