Golden Health Centre services moving to hospital

Interior Health will be moving Heal Centre services to the Golden and District Hospital.

  • Apr. 17, 2012 5:00 p.m.

Interior Health

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Interior Health will be moving Health Centre services to the Golden and District Hospital on Thursday, April 26 and Friday, April 27. Community services will be unavailable on these dates and Interior Health regrets any inconvenience this temporary interruption may cause. All services will resume on Monday, April 30 at the hospital. Hours of operation and phone numbers will remain the same.

Speech Therapy, Audiology, and Public Health services will be re-locating providing clients and staff with a “one-stop” shop for community services including home care nursing and mental health which are already in place at the hospital. The move builds the Golden and District Hospital as a true campus of care for area residents.

Clients accessing these services can do so through the side door marked “Community Health Programs Entrance.” Reception for these services will be located in Room 344 (first office through the doors to the right when entering through the back entrance).

Interior Health values the partnerships with local community groups and the services they provide to residents. We are committed to working with the community groups to match available space to each group’s needs.

Interior Health staff is committed to providing ongoing quality community services from this new location and to maintaining the confidentiality of all clients.

Residents can contact 250-344-3015 if they have any questions about these services.

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