NITHA

Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority

 

Third Level Services

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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19):

COVID-19 is a serious health threat, NITHA is working with local health authorities and Partner Communities and actively monitoring the situation daily. We continue to reassess the public health risk based on the best available evidence as the situation evolves.
To view current  COVID-19 vaccination statistics for NITHA Partner communities, please click here.

Public Health Notices and Latest News:

May 18, 2021 - FNIHB - NITHA Joint MHO Letter on Long Weekend First Nations community members across Saskatchewan – Holiday Message
April 23, 2021 - Public Health Alert COVID-19 Variants of Concern (VOC)
April 8, 2021 - Public Service Announcement COVID-19 Outbreak Declaration for Stanley Mission
April 1st, 2021 - Joint FNIHB - NITHA MHO Letter on Spring Activities First Nations community members across Saskatchewan
March 17, 2021 - Public Health Alert COVID-19 Variants of Concern (VOC) Increasing
February 24, 2021 - NITHA Partner Community Mental Health & Addictions Departments Adjusted Recommendations for Emergent Counselling Situation Guidelines

The Partnership

About NITHA

Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority (NITHA) is the only First Nations Organization of its kind in the country. NITHA is comprised of the Prince Albert Grand Council, Meadow Lake Tribal Council, Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, and Lac La Ronge Indian Band and each has extensive experience in health service delivery. The Partners formally joined together in 1998 to create NITHA to deliver a service known as “Third Level.”

What We Do

Medical Health Officer Services

Communicable Disease Prevention and Management

Disease Surveillance and Health Status

Immunization Support

Nursing Support

Advisory Services to 2nd Level

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PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS

33

FIRST NATION COMMUNITIES

47

ON RESERVE POPULATION

55000

POPULATION SERVED

He who has health, has hope; he who has hope, has everything

Thomas Carlyle

There needs to be more progress on these deep rooted issues, which are preventing our youth from having the same hopes and aspirations as any other child in Canada.

Former Vice Chief Dwayne Lasas