A Manitoba health card allows you to see a doctor, get a prescription, visit a hospital emergency room or use most other health services. If you don’t already have one, registering for a health card is your first step.
There is an easy way for you and your family to find a family doctor or nurse practitioner who can provide you with a home base for your health care needs.
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October 21, 2014
|Statement from Health Minister Erin Selby on Manitoba's Ongoing Efforts, Preparation Regarding the Ebola Virus
October 17, 2014
|New Additions to Manitoba's Pharmacare Program Increase Access to Cystic Fibrosis, Cancer Drugs
October 16, 2014
|World-class Concussion Clinic Now Providing Specialized Care for Children, Youth
October 14, 2014
|Manitoba Government Launches New Flu Campaign, Announces Greater Access to Immunization for Manitobans
October 10, 2014
|Public Health Update #1
October 2, 2014