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Only top-level descriptions Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region Archives ({Past SCAA member)
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Regina General Hospital School of Nursing fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1916-1987, predominant 1930-1972

Fonds consists of records documenting the history and administration of the Regina General Hospital School of Nursing, and the experiences of nursing students. Fonds includes correspondence; handbooks and brochures; aims and objectives, hospital procedures, and professional code of ethics; student files; educational material; graduation exercises and invitations; and memorabilia from the closing of the School of Nursing. Fonds also includes historical essays; biographies of Elizabeth Chalmer Van Valkenburg, Lily Bristow and Ruby Simpson; yearbooks; newspaper clippings, including obituaries of alumna and staff. In addition, fonds contains photographs depicting the hospital and Nurses' Residence, graduation exercises, nursing students, patients, hospital staff, family and friends; and teaching slides. Lastly, fonds includes records of the Teaching Council of the Regina General Hospital School of Nursing, including minutes, correspondence, constitution and bylaws, reports, teaching rosters, policies and regulations; and records of the Glee Club including members lists, conductor's notes, music library inventory, concert programs, sheet music, song books, and musical scripts.

Regina General Hospital School of Nursing

Regina Grey Nuns' Hospital fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1919-1972

Fonds consists of minutes of the Medical Advisory Board, Executive Committee, Medical Staff, Lay Advisory Board, Staff, and hospital committees; building specifications for the Saskatchewan Cancer Clinic; provincial salary and wage surveys; correspondence regarding land exchange between the hospital and the City of Regina; portraits of physicians who served at the Regina Grey Nuns' Hospital; financial records; and audio reels on the subject of paediatrics used for continuing medical education. Agencies and businesses that appear in the records include the Saskatchewan Department of Public Health, Division of Laboratories; Saskatchewan Cancer Clinic and the Saskatchewan Cancer Commission; Department of Labour; the TB League; W.G. Van Edmond and Stan E. Storey, Architects; and the Regina Grey Nuns' Hospital School of Nursing.

Regina Grey Nuns' Hospital

Regina Health District fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1956-2002, predominant 1981-2002

The fonds reflect the activities of the Regina Health District, the Regina District Health Board, and the institutions under the Board's direction: Regina General Hospital, Pasqua Hospital, Plains Health Centre, and Wascana Rehabilitation Centre. Fonds also reflects the activities of the South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre. Fonds consists of correspondence; minutes of the Board of Governors, individual hospitals, departments, committees and the South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre; studies and reports, including consolidation of acute care services, health status and needs assessments, effective hospital care for Regina, Toward 2000 project and functional programs; contracts and agreements; policies, procedures, regulations and guidelines; Medical Staff bylaws; hospital accreditation records; reference materials including articles and newspaper clippings; departmental, institutional and district statistics; financial records; records of construction and renovation (contracts, proposals, architectural drawings, correspondence, reports and photographs), including the Regina Hospitals Regeneration Program and renovation of the Allan Blair Memorial Clinic; staff records, including labour relations records, biographies and photographs of physicians, labour contracts, conference files; disaster plans; subject files; manuals and directories; hospital accreditation records; surveys and questionnaires; annual reports; news releases; and telephone directories.

Fonds also documents the relationship between the Regina Health District and the following external agencies and associations: Canadian College of Health Service Executives; Saskatchewan Association of Health Services Executives; Health Services Utilization Resources Council (Saskatchewan); Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO); Saskatchewan Health; Saskatoon Health District; College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan; College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Professional Association of Internes and Residents of Saskatchewan; Human Rights Commission; Labour Relations Board; Saskatchewan Labour Relations Symposium; Human Resource Management Association; Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Locals 176 (Regina General Hospital), 1612 (Pasqua Hospital) and 1838 (Plains Health Centre); Saskatchewan Council of Human Resource Associations; Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union; Saskatchewan Public Service Commission; Saskatchewan Union of Nurses (SUN); Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA); Victorian Order of Nurses; Allan Blair Memorial Clinic; Saskatchewan Cancer Foundation; University of Regina; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology; Hospitals of Regina Foundation; City of Regina; and the United Way.

Regina Health District

Saskatchewan Union of Nurses Local 106 fonds

  • Box 161
  • Fonds
  • 1991-1995

Fonds consists of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, handbooks, collective agreements, articles, forms, and newspaper clippings pertaining to the activities of the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses Local 106.

Saskatchewan Union of Nurses Local 106

South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1962-1994, predominant 1967-1993

The fonds reflects the activities of the South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre, its Board of Governors, and the institutions under the Board's direction. Fonds consists of correspondence; minutes of the SSHC Board of Governors, committees and professional associations; studies and reports, including bed needs studies and long range strategic planning; contracts and agreements for laundry service and office space, and between the University of Saskatchewan and Regina Teaching Hospitals; policies and procedures; hospital accreditation records; reference materials including articles and brochures; statistics; financial records; records of construction and renovations; human resources records; organisational charts; photographs); conference files; subject files; annual reports; the SSHC Act; manuals; presentations; and legal records

Fonds also documents the relationship between the SSHC and the following external agencies, associations, and committees: Statistics Canada; Government of Canada Department of National Health and Welfare; Saskatchewan Department of Public Health; Saskatchewan Department of Government Services; Saskatchewan Department of Industry and Commerce; Saskatchewan Department of Occupational Health; Saskatchewan Cancer Foundation; Allan Blair Memorial Clinic; Wascana Centre Authority; College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; [Royal] University Hospital, Saskatoon; Canadian College of Health Service Executives; Regina Hospital Executives Planning Committee; Canadian Hospital Association; Saskatchewan Healthcare Associations; Saskatchewan Union of Nurses; and Regina Hospitals Liaison Committee on Medical Education Programs.

South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre

Victoria Hospital fonds

  • 1999.59
  • Fonds
  • 1901

Fonds consists of the 1901 By-laws of the Corporation of the Victoria Hospital.

Victoria Hospital (Regina, Sask.)

Women's Auxiliary of the Regina General Hospital fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1929-1940

Fonds consists of Auxiliary Minute Books for the years 1929 to 1940. Entries record the names of the Executive, including addresses and phone numbers; Auxiliary members present at meetings; and activities (fund raising, donations, events). Fonds also includes a (photocopy) of a cook book published by the Women's Auxiliary.

Women's Auxiliary of the Regina General Hospital

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