• Heartbeat - New Brunswick Covid-19

    Clinical Engineering in New Brunswick had some Covid-19 related task, but the pandemic didn’t stop healthcare from moving forward in the Province.

    Clinical Engineering assisted in the opening of a new OR expansion at Moncton’s George Dumont University Hospital Center and the deployment of new patient bedside monitors in late 2020. 

  • Heartbeat - SNB's New Service Request Portal Completed

    When the government of New Brunswick declared a state of emergency on March 19th, 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Service New Brunswick (SNB) Clinical Engineering (CE) reviewed their infection control policy with the help of both Regional Health Authority’s (RHA) infection Control teams. As a result of this review, Clinical Engineering identified an important gap...

  • Heartbeat - Prince Edward Island's Covid-19 Response

    In this article of the Heartbeat Covid-19 series, we will focus on Prince Edward Island's response to the Pandemic.

    Clinical Engineering assisted in establishing a multi-level treatment approach to their Emergency Rooms. From a Triage Trauma level, to multiple levels of Critical Care, to the final level deemed Safe and Secure.

  • Heartbeat - Nova Scotia's Covid-19 Response

    In this article of the Heartbeat Covid-19 series, we will focus on Nova Scotia's response to the Pandemic.

    Equipment needs in the Central Zone was initially a whirl wind as the pandemic spread across the country and the United States. Working closely with colleges in Logistics

  • Heartbeat - Newfoundland and Labrador's Covid-19 Response

    Continuing our Heartbeat Covid-19 series, in this article we will focus on Newfoundland and Labrador's response.

    Newfoundland and Labrador experienced similar challenges as other healthcare facilities across Canada. One well established service that Eastern Health would improve upon was the Virtual Care area.

  • Heartbeat - New Brunswick's Covid-19 Response

    We know there has been a lot of work and extra efforts required of Clinical Engineering teams throughout Atlantic Canada. You may know of your efforts inside your own province, but we thought this would be a great avenue to share some other experiences.

    Exceptional work of our Clinical Engineering teams meant that we were prepared for the worst

  • Heartbeat - Action Focused Articles

    Introducing Heartbeat, a series of articles promoting Atlantic Canada Clinical Engineering Society members in action. In the following day, we will publish articles to showcase the different initiatives and endeavors by ACCES members or groups of Clinical Engineers across Atlantic Canada.

    If you have any articles to submit, please forward them to our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or any other member of the Executive Team. Our contact information can be found at https://accesociety.org/contact-us.