Soldiers Memorial Hospital

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Individual, couple, family and group counselling is available at all of our office locations in the Annapolis Valley.

The Addiction Services Intensive Treatment Program is available at Soldiers Memorial Hospital in Middleton.

A five-day residential program for women who have been challenged by alcohol, prescription and/or other drug misuse and problem gambling.

AVH has three Diabetes Centres.

Diagnostic Imaging/X-Ray services are available at all AVH sites.

We have two hospitals and one community health centres offering emergency care at a variety of care levels.

We provide a comprehensive service including testing and consultation in Hematology, Transfusion Medicine, Chemistry, Microbiology, Urinalysis, Cytology and Surgical and Autopsy Pathology.

At Soldiers Memorial Hospital, every effort is made to provide an environment which supports a home-like atmosphere and delivers high quality health care for Veterans.

Individual Assessment and Treatment, Family Counseling, Medication Clinics, ADHD Assessment and Treatment, and more.

The Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centre has been designated by the Department of Health as the healthcare agency responsible for hearing and speech services in Nova Scotia.

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In the fall of 2006, the Government of Nova Scotia created the Legacy of Life: Nova Scotia Organ and Tissue Program.

Palliative Care or Hospice-Palliative Care is a special kind of health care for individuals and families who are living with or dying from life limiting illness or who are bereaved.

The Pharmacy promote and maintain the health and well being of the population they serve through the provision of a safe, effective and efficient pharmacy service.

Two great resource booklets for new parents

An Introduction to the Surgery Department.

Supportive care in a more homelike environment for patients who have completed the acute phase of their illness and are awaiting transfer elsewhere.