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A Legend’s Legacy of Pioneering Leadership, Transformational Change and Trailblazing for Women and Future Generations

In Canada’s impressive landscape of female entrepreneurs, where numerous women shine, Kristi Hines has made her mark. Showcasing an unwavering dedication to providing exceptional healthcare services, community support and a resolute determination to lead as an inspiration, she embodies what it means to lead “Like a Legend.” Kristi stands shoulder-to-shoulder with fellow female entrepreneurs and empowers individuals with their opportunity...

Welcome, Gladys Hokanson, RN, BN, OHN

It is with great pleasure that we extend a warm welcome to Gladys Hokanson, RN, BN, OHN, as she joins Hines Health Services Inc. in the role of Health & Wellness Manager. Her commitment to promoting health and well-being aligns seamlessly with our mission at Hines Health Services, and we look forward to working together to enhance the health and wellness...

Kristi Hines named in 2023 Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards

Kristi Hines, Founder and CEO of Hines Health Services, has been named one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner for 2023. The list was released by WXN (Women’s Executive Network) along with their partners today, recognizing women across Canada who make a transformational difference in their fields and actively shape a more inclusive future, especially in underrepresented...

Why do we need sleep, anyways?

When you sit down to think about it, sleep has an aura of mystery, doesn’t it? Research indicates why we need sleep, for physiological reasons such as brain function, but what are the deeper-seated reasons sleep is so vital to our existence, how does it work, and what really happens during sleep that doesn’t happen while we’re awake? Studies show the...

Hines Health Services and Chard Métis Dene Group of Companies (CMD) are proud to partner and create CMD Hines Health Services.

CMD Hines Health Services, a Fort McMurray-based organization provides health, wellness, and emergency medical services to people and businesses throughout Alberta. Experienced in providing health care staffing and recruitment services – CMD Hines Health Services combined has established a broad client-base including private organizations, public companies, and all levels of government. Click to view PDF

How Third-Party Services Can Mitigate The Emergency Room Capacity Crisis

A recent open letter penned by nearly 200 emergency room doctors about the collapsing emergency rooms in Alberta has highlighted the urgent need to address the hospital capacity crisis in the province. As healthcare systems face increasing strain, innovative and collaborative solutions are required to alleviate the burden on hospitals and ensure the quality of patient care, particularly in acute...

2023 Q2 Newsletter

Hello Hines Health Services subscribers! Thanks for signing up for our newsletter. We’re pleased to bring you these updates on Hines Health Services and occupational health trends in the community. Position: Registered Nurse/ Case Manager for Oil Sands Client Department:Disability Management FTE: Full-time Monday to Friday Remote option offered if residing within Alberta Contact: Recruitment@hineshealth.ca Position: Registered Nurse/Occupational Health Nurse Department: Clinic FTE: Part-time Contact: Recruitment@hineshealth.ca Position: Registered Nurse/Emergency...

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Precedent-Setting Changes for Internationally Trained Nurses in Alberta

Over the last two decades, there has been a global shortage of nurses both in practice and academia — an issue that can be observed both Canada-wide and across the province of Alberta. In 2022, post-pandemic concerns grew surrounding the retainment of Alberta’s health care workers and mitigating the shortage of frontline workers such as nurses by expanding the province’s...

2023 Q1 Newsletter

Hello Hines Health Services subscribers! Thanks for signing up for our newsletter. We’re pleased to bring you these updates on Hines Health Services and occupational health trends in the community. NEW YEAR, NEW DRINKING HABITS The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) recently made updates to Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines based on the latest research and evidence. These new recommendations...