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Manitoba Health, Healthy Living and Seniors

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Are You Covered?

Questions and Answers about Health Care Coverage

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.

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Family Doctor Finder

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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Latest News

First Cases of Zika Virus Confirmed in Manitoba
April 15

Manitoba Government Adding 59 New Medications to Pharmacare Program
January 19

Province Announces New Mobile Clinic to Serve Manitobans in Interlake-Eastern Region
January 18

Manitoba to Invest $1.8 Million to Increase MRI Scan Capacity
January 18

Province To Expand Bilingual Health Services In St. Boniface This Spring January 15

Province Announces New CancerCare Manitoba Facility to be Built at Sherbrook and McDermot
January 15

Province to Invest in New Primary Care Clinic in The Pas
January 14

Province Creates New Task Force to Address Fentanyl, Opioid Drug Abuse
January 13

Province Announces More Telehealth Sites to Serve Rural Manitoba Residents
January 12

Manitoba Government Approves All-in-one Personal Identification Card
January 11

Province Invests in Relocating, Expanding Community Cancer Program at Thompson General Hospital
January 11

Province Releases Tender for New MRI Suite at Dauphin Regional Health Centre
January 8

Province Accepts Report From Chief Provincial Public Health Officer
January 5

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