Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

(Trail Times file photo)

Safeguards amplified for Kootenay Boundary first responders

” … We have initiated stringent PPE requirements to protect responders from exposures … “

(Trail Times file photo)
Visitor restrictions at KBRH

Visitor restrictions at KBRH

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

Visitor restrictions at KBRH
KBRH Health Foundation Director Lisa Pasin (left) accepted this donation from team members (from right) Ian Foley, Greg Kinnear , and Ken Saretsky. (Submitted photo)

Team donates to hospital in Trail

Emergency department campaign underway at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

  • Mar 19, 2020
KBRH Health Foundation Director Lisa Pasin (left) accepted this donation from team members (from right) Ian Foley, Greg Kinnear , and Ken Saretsky. (Submitted photo)
DBS Energy donates to hospital campaign

DBS Energy donates to hospital campaign

ED Campaign underway by Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital Health Foundation

DBS Energy donates to hospital campaign
Trail Creek during 2019 freshet. (Trail Times file photo)

West Kootenay residents advised to prepare for freshet

West Kootenay snowpack is at 121% of normal, Boundary snowpack is at 134% of normal

Trail Creek during 2019 freshet. (Trail Times file photo)
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Eight isolated in hospital’s extended care wing, Trail

Visitors are advised to reschedule visits if they are sick with respiratory symptoms.

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‘Give you a Daisy’ memorial fundraiser for cancer care at KBRH starts today in the Waneta Plaza No Frills store. From left: Lee Page, Colton Crockett, and business owner Kurtis MacGillivray.(Submitted photo)
‘Give you a Daisy’ memorial fundraiser for cancer care at KBRH starts today in the Waneta Plaza No Frills store. From left: Lee Page, Colton Crockett, and business owner Kurtis MacGillivray.(Submitted photo)
Rendering of completed KBRH front entrance. Image: Interior Health

Shuttle service at Trail hospital will remain for now

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

Rendering of completed KBRH front entrance. Image: Interior Health
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Trail Walmart employees donate to regional hospital

Money will be directed into surgical services project

  • Feb 21, 2020
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Access into KBRH has changed since construction of a two-story addition started last year. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Trail confirms second road to regional hospital ‘on hold’

Announcement follows the city’s recent wrap-up of a comprehensive engineering evaluation

Access into KBRH has changed since construction of a two-story addition started last year. (Sheri Regnier photo)