Listening to Health Care Workers

As part of its commitment to listen and learn from the front line, the Manitoba government has scheduled a series of in-person sessions with health care workers at sites across the province.

These hour-long sessions are meant for open dialogue, to share ideas and concerns that affect you, your workplace, patient care, and the health care system as a whole.

Each session will be attended by Premier Wab Kinew or Health, Seniors and Long-Term Care Minister Uzoma Asagwara.

  • Grace Hospital - December 8, 2023,
  • St. Boniface Hospital - January 11, 2024
  • Selkirk Mental Health Centre - February 5, 2024,
  • Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg,
  • Victoria General Hospital,
  • Brandon Regional Health Centre,
  • Bethesda Regional Health Centre, and
  • Thompson General Hospital.

As more dates and locations are confirmed, they will be added.

Pour français, cliquez ici.

As part of its commitment to listen and learn from the front line, the Manitoba government has scheduled a series of in-person sessions with health care workers at sites across the province.

These hour-long sessions are meant for open dialogue, to share ideas and concerns that affect you, your workplace, patient care, and the health care system as a whole.

Each session will be attended by Premier Wab Kinew or Health, Seniors and Long-Term Care Minister Uzoma Asagwara.

  • Grace Hospital - December 8, 2023,
  • St. Boniface Hospital - January 11, 2024
  • Selkirk Mental Health Centre - February 5, 2024,
  • Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg,
  • Victoria General Hospital,
  • Brandon Regional Health Centre,
  • Bethesda Regional Health Centre, and
  • Thompson General Hospital.

As more dates and locations are confirmed, they will be added.

Pour français, cliquez ici.