MULTINATION ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROJECT - Survey to community
The Multination Environmental Monitoring Project is conducting a collective survey and is seeking feedback from all four nations. The purpose of this survey is to gain important information that can be form the environmental monitoring framework. If you would like to participate, please see the poster for contact information. There will be a $25 honoraria issued for your feedback. We look forward to your participation and insight!
HOUSING POLICY UPDATE: February 2021
PRESS RELEASE: Purchase of Thetis Cove
**IMPORANT** JANUARY 25, 2021 update
Please note that the administration office and program building are currently closed, however, all staff are working from home. The Esquimalt Nation Administration is working to ensure programs and services are still offered throughout this time. We will continue to post updates as they are available. Staff can be reached by email (see below):
Executive Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Operations: HR@esquimaltnation.ca
Director of Lands and Infrastructure: email@example.com
Director of Finance: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Education: email@example.com
Director of Health: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporate Services: email@example.com
SCHOOL DISTRICT FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
WHEN TO CALL 911:
FNHA REMOTE SERVICES NUMBER AND INFO HERE:
NOTICE OF RESTRICTION TO RESERVE
CALL FOR POST-SECONDARY SPONSORSHIP:
RESERVE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - MAY 2020
Please see the notice below that in light of COVID-19, the Esquimalt Nation reserve will be closed to non-members and non-residents until further notice.
NEW NURSE PRACTIONER - April 2020
Esquimalt Nation has a new Nurse Practioner!
You can view her bio here: Nurse_Practitioner_Info_2020.pdf
VIRTUAL DOCTOR ACCESS
We are reaching to share important information about the “First Nations Virtual Doctor of the Day” program, a collaboration of the First Nations Health Authority and the Rural Coordination Centre of BC.
As you all know, the COVID-19 situation has meant an interruption to many health services operations, meaning community members may not be able to receive or deliver the primary health care that is needed. The goal of the “First Nations Virtual Doctor of the Day” program is to provide virtual primary health care support to First Nations citizens and communities, as well as health care providers.
This virtual program is easy to use for clients. To book an appointment, clients call: 1 855 344 3800 Open 7 days a week from 8:30pm to 4:30 pm
Please note that this service is not meant to replace a client’s current pathway to their doctor or nurse practitioner. We strongly encourage people who do have an existing relationship with a doctor or nurse practitioner to contact their existing provider first. This practice will help ensure those patients without a health care provider can have better access to the “First Nations Virtual Doctor of the Day” program.
Attached are documents that provide valuable information about this program:
- First Nations Virtual Doctor of the Day FAQs
- FNHA Zoom User Manual
COVID 19 FACTS SHEET
COVID-19 CRISIS RESOURCES
COVID-19 OFFICE CLOSURES
In addition to Spring Break activities being cancelled and to ensure the safety of our Members and our Staff, the Administration Office will be locked to monitor group size and minimize human contact. However, staff are present.
COVID-19 SPRING BREAK CLOSURES
Please see the Community Notice attached re: Spring Break Activities. We are cancelling Spring Break activities in accordance with a recent advisory issued by the CDC.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) NEWS: