Allied Health

On behalf of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, I welcome you to the allied health segment of the website.

The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority is comprised of approximately 27,000 health care professionals and support staff and encompasses over two hundred health services, facilities and programs including tertiary hospitals, community hospitals, long term care centers, personal care homes and community health offices.

Allied health practitioners make up about 10 to 15% of the WRHA workforce and can be found in acute care, long term care and community sectors. This segment of the website is designed to provide information to allied health practitioners in the Winnipeg Region.

Within our region, the following disciplines / groups are generally considered part of the allied health umbrella:

Athletic Therapists
Cardiology Technologists
Cardiovascular Technologists
Child Life Therapists
Clinical Dietitians
EEG Technologists
Human Ecologists
Laboratory Technologists
Nuclear Medicine Technologists
Occupational Therapists
Orthopedic Technologists

Radiology Technologists
Recreation Therapists
Respiratory Therapists
Social Workers
Speech language Pathologists
Spiritual Care Workers

Included in the website is a listing of Regional Directors of allied health disciplines, the Allied Health Open Letter, and various Allied Health Reports.

If you have questions related to allied health in the Winnipeg region or feedback on the information contained in the website, please send me an email at


Réal Cloutier
Vice - President and Chief Allied Health Officer
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority

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Open Letter to Allied Health Practitioners


Allied Health Disciplines

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