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Chief Hill presents Ruby Miller with her plaque

SNEC Bids Farewell to Director of Health Services

03/25/14 (General Council) - After 16 years of service, Ruby resigned from the position of Health Director and will begin consulting in Alberta. Chief Ava Hill honoured her for the many years of service to the community. Ruby coordinated the Share Ap program and pioneered diabetes clinics. She also pioneered the first supervisors for maternal care and traditional medicine to assist growing families. Many women benefited from the care provided by the Birthing Centre.

In 2007 to 2008, Ruby put the medical transportation in place and held a close relationship with the LHIN. After years of pursuing advance care paramedic (ACP) designation, the Health Minister agreed that those skills make a difference to lives and approved the ACP designation. The dialysis centre started with 6 chairs followed recently by 6 more in the White Pines Building. After getting out of the university’s nursing program, she described it as being really interesting especially after she moved through three different and important roles over her career at Six Nations.

Ruby was honoured for her accomplishments and expressed her gratitude for the plaque provided by Council.

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