The Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay in collaboration with the CSN union has approved a reclassification affecting all 107 of
The CBHSSJB is proud to announce the nomination of Nancy Shecapio-Blacksmith to the position of Director of Professional Services and Quality Assur
In these challenging times, our pharmacists and pharmacy technical assistants have taken extraordinary measures that have made our whole organizati
Rachel Danyluk, Local Director of Wemindji CMC, and Eleanor Gull, Local Director of Waswanipi CMC, started their new functions on February 22, 2021
Bertie Wapachee, CBHSSJB Chairperson addresses the population of the Eeyou Istchee and members of the Cree Health Board team in regards to the vacc
The Cree Nation of Chisasibi (CNC) announced on Tuesday, January 19, that the community will return to Phase 1--the highest alert level of the reco
Elders play an important role in our communities as the keepers of language, tradition and culture, so it is difficult to accept that they might al
With plans to hire over 600 new positions in the next five years, capacity building is a significant focus for Cree Board of Health and Social Serv
The committee assesses the quality and safety of the services and makes recommendations.
The commitee helps CBHSSJB understand the perspectives of its clients and remain responsive to our clients, communities and staff.
Due to COVID-19 precautionary measures, the CHB Air Charters will be departing from a new hangar located at 9325 Ryan (next to the current one), st
On March 6, 2020, the Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay and the Cree Nation Government inaugurated the new Youth Healing Servic
Agreement will provide $60 million over five years to further develop the services offered to the Cree communities of Eeyou Istchee.
The new $300M, 20,000 m2 facility will combine a 52-bed hospital for the population of Eeyou Istchee (approximately 20,000), and a Community
Home hemodialysis services launch in the Cree community of Waswanipi, using easy to operate, portable equipment designed for home use.
The start of midwifery services in Chisasibi is a major milestone in the CBHSSJB’s project to bring birthing back to Eeyou/Eenou Istchee.