The site preparation phase of the North Island Hospitals Project at the Campbell River Hospital is over with the completion of the final component in December.
After more than 51 years of providing Public Health and other services, the Community Care building at 110 Birch Street came down in just a few short hours on December 2nd. This was the final step making way for construction of the new $266 million, 95-bed Campbell River Hospital. The deconstruction project finished sooner ...
The following FAQ has been developed to respond to common questions and themes raised at North Island Hospitals Project community meetings held in October 2013.
How will the local communities be engaged on the North Island Hospitals Project?
- One mechanism of community engagement on the project is through quarterly community meetings. These meetings provide an opportunity to publicly raise key issues important to the community. Since December 2012, the project team has met with over 800 individuals and groups. This will ...
North Island Hospitals Project community information meetings return to Comox Valley and Campbell River
Island Health (Vancouver Island Health Authority) is hosting another round of community information sessions in Campbell River and the Comox Valley for the North Island Hospitals Project. These meetings will include information about the ongoing site preparation work making way for the new $334 million, 153-bed Comox Valley Hospital and the new $266 million, 95-bed Campbell River Hospital.
“We invite you to attend a session to find out more about how the North Island Hospitals Project will support your health care ...Continue Reading →