OMNI Health Care president and CEO Raheem Hirji says he’s excited about working with team members from across the organization to pave the path for the future.
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This week is National Nursing Week in Canada, and the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), the organization promoting this annual seven-day event, is offering some ideas to help long-term care homes, hospitals and other health-care providers acknowledge their nurses and personal support workers (PSWs) who are dedicated to caring for others.
It was fiesta time at Frost Manor on May 5 when the Lindsay, Ont. long-term care home’s residents and team members celebrated the famed Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo.
The residents of Garden Terrace were treated to pre-Mother’s Day activities and entertainment on May 6 to mark the first time the Kanata, Ont. long-term care home has celebrated the occasion with larger programming since the pandemic began in 2020.
The ladies of Country Terrace were treated to a special Mother’s Day gift when they received specially made aromatherapy bracelets courtesy of Lora Blackett, the Komoka, Ont. long-term care home’s life enrichment co-ordinator (LEC).
As he starts the next chapter in an already rich career in the long-term care and retirement living sectors, Raheem Hirji, OMNI Health Care’s new president and CEO, says what’s exciting him most is the opportunity he will have to get to know and work with the people who comprise the organization.
Roxane Vezina has a talent for making people look and feel their best, and it’s a gift she wanted to bring to others.
Garden Terrace residents learned about the importance of sustainability as well as about the extinction of species and the impact this has on the environment during an Earth Day presentation at the Kanata, Ont. long-term care home.
Country Terrace personal support worker (PSW) Trevor Blackmore is being praised for coming to work on his day off to bring some Easter cheer – and chocolates – to residents.
And then there were two. As we enter the fourth round and final week of voting in the first annual OMNI Health Care March Madness recipe challenge, it’s down to the Battle of the Beef.
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