History of Health Transfer

The LLRIB entered into a Health Trasnfer Agreement with Medical Services Branch, or now called FNIHB, First Nation’s and Inuit Health Branch, in 1993.

The agreement was initially for 3 years, then extended for 5 years then extended to 2005.

The services and programs includes:

  • Public Health Nursing
  • Water Qualtiy Testing
  • Prenatal Nutrition Program
  • Home & Community Care
  • Medical Transportation
  • National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy
  • Maternal Child Health
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
  • Community Health Representative
  • National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program
  • Medical Clerks,
  • Management &
  • Administration and Governance