2023 Q2 Newsletter

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 Response Nurse
Department: Health Centre
FTE: Full-time
Contact: Recruitment@hineshealth.ca

Position: On-site Paramedics
FTE: Full-time
Location: On-site
Contact: Recruitment@hineshealth.ca

Hines Health Services is a proud official partner of Chard Déne Group of Companies (CMD) and, together, we own CMD-Hines Health Services LP – a partnership that provides pre-employment medical services, occupational consulting and drug and alcohol testing.

For over a decade, HHS has been providing health, wellness and emergency medical services to Albertans. A Fort McMurray-based, female-led organization, HHS is experienced in providing health care staffing and recruitment services – and we’re told by our clients, that we do it well. HHS has established a broad client-base including private organizations, public companies and all levels of government (municipal, provincial and federal).

At Hines Health Services, we believe in the power of youth and cultivating the next generation of leaders and healthcare workers. We are so excited to be welcoming back Prisha Patel who joined us in summer of 2022, and have Aakanksha Tailor joining the team this summer.

Prisha is a part of CAREERS the Next Generation and Aakanksha Tailor is a Co-op Business Administration student through Keyano College. We have had such positive experiences when supporting these programs in the past, and we’re so excited to see what these bright young individuals will accomplish during their time with us.


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. Internationally educated nurses (IENs) are an instrumental part of this plan and the implementation of more seamless process to support the transitions of international nurses to Alberta has just been announced to support this.

You can read more about these precedent-setting changes in our latest blog!

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