CBHSSJB is pleased to announce that Air Inuit has been selected as the additional carrier to transport patients, their caregivers, and CBHSSJB medi
The Communications Department is pleased to announce the nomination of Emile Kambele as Coordinator of Communications – Digital Platform and Media
The CBHSSJB former employee Hilda passed away peacefully on October 26, 2023 at the age of 66 years at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal surr
The Director of Chisasibi Regional Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of Eve Charbonneau as Assistant Director of Chisasibi Regional H
The ᓂᑐᑖᒻᐦ Nitutaamh training supports our vision for an Eeyou-Eenou Nation of individuals, families and communities striving to achieve Miyupimaati
The Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay (CBHSSJB), Cree Nation Government (CNG), Cree School Board (CSB) and the nine Cree First
The Assistant Executive Director – Administrative Services is pleased to welcome Caroline Allard as the new Coordinator – Regional clinical adminis
More than 400 people gathered at the Waswanipi Youth Centre on August 23rd to celebrate the launch of a new project and meeting space by and for Us
The Board of Directors is saddened to learn of the passing of Edna Neeposh Awashish and sends sincere condolences to Edna’s family and many friends
The Strategy and Organizational Development team is pleased to welcome Louise Gosselin as the new Assistant Director – Data and Services and Analyt
The Youth Healing Administration is pleased to welcome Jeremiah Mianscum as the new Assistant Director – Youth Healing Services.
Renovation work has begun in the first phase of a project to modernize and improve the Chisasibi Regional Hospital’s hemodialysis unit.
The Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay is saddened to learn of the passing of Lucie Bergeron.
Elder Robbie Matthew – Sunrise September 3, 1934/Sunset June 21, 2023 (National Indigenous Peoples Day)
On Monday, June 19, the CBHSSJB decided that hemodialysis clients from Oujé-Bougoumou and Waswanipi who are currently lodging at the Espresso Hotel
The dialysis patients were evacuated last week from their communities to Montreal to assure patient safety and quality of care.