BC Health

Trail medical lab makes changes amid pandemic

Rossland and Salmo clinics are not seeing immunocompromised or suspect/symptomatic patients.

 

Trail shelter remains open amid pandemic

The emergency shelter season usually ends March 31

 

Q&A: Interior Health CEO answers questions on COVID-19 response

Susan Brown, president and CEO of Interior Health, answers questions regarding COVID-19

 

BC Hockey, Vancouver Canucks encourage stick tapping to honour frontline health care workers

Families are encouraged to video themselves tapping their sticks at 7 p.m. and post to social media

Frontline workers receiving COVID-19 isolation exemptions prompt concerns

Provincial Health Authority staff exempt from self-isolation upon return from international travel

Visitor restrictions at KBRH

Cities are not named wherein someone tests positive for COVID-19, unless there is a cluster

COVID-19: Skip doc, see pharmacist for renewals

B.C. pharmacists authorized to issue prescription renewals and emergency refills

COVID-19 event cancellations in Trail

The Trail Times will update this list daily

DBS Energy donates to hospital campaign

ED Campaign underway by Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital Health Foundation

UPDATED: More City of Trail closures

All shutdowns go into effect indefinitely on March 17

B.C. First Nation chief urges caution in rural areas amid COVID-19

“We all have to do our part and look out for one another”

RI outbreak in Trail extended care wing expected to end March 19

Visit InteriorHealth.ca for all the latest news and updates

New urgent and primary care centre to open in Castlegar

Centre should be opened by end of March

New urgent and primary care centre to open in Castlegar

Centre should be opened by end of March

Healthcare is a calling to care, not a get rich plan

Letter to the Editor from Eleanor Jenkins, RN

  • Mar 6, 2020

World Lymphedema Day Celebration March 6 at Kiro Wellness Centre

Lymphedema impacts over a million Canadians, 130,000 in British Columbia

  • Mar 3, 2020

Private clinics would harm ‘ordinary’ people using public system in B.C.: lawyer

Health Minister Adrian Dix announced in 2018 that the government would begin to fine doctors $10,000

Shuttle service at Trail hospital will remain for now

“ … shuttle service will remain in place while work on the new drop-off area … continues.”

Heart attacks strike B.C. husband and wife just over one year apart

Courtenay couple share personal stories to bring awareness to heart month

Trail Walmart employees donate to regional hospital

Money will be directed into surgical services project

  • Feb 21, 2020