Update: Princeton without emergency care – South Okanagan News – Castanet.net

April 12, 2012

CASTANET.net
by Jennifer Zielinski – Story: 64288
Sep 5, 2011
Update: Princeton without emergency care – South Okanagan News – Castanet.net.

Residents in Princeton will be without an emergency department today.

The Princeton General Hospital Emergency Department is closed from 8 a.m. Monday, September 5 to 8 a.m. Tuesday, September 6, due to physician availability. …more

Princeton hospital service disruption – South Okanagan News – Castanet.net

April 12, 2012

CASTANET.net
by Castanet Staff – Story: 62875
Jun 27, 2011
Princeton hospital service disruption – South Okanagan News – Castanet.net.

If you become ill in Princeton in July, the doctor may not be in. …more

Lack of doctors will close Princeton ER – Penticton News – Castanet.net

April 12, 2012

CASTANET.net
by Contributed – Story: 55594
Jul 8, 2010
Lack of doctors will close Princeton ER – Penticton News – Castanet.net.

A lack of doctors will result in the closure of the Emergency Department of a south Okanagan area hospital for several days this month. …more

Temp. closure of Princeton emergency – Penticton News – Castanet.net

April 12, 2012

CASTANET.net
by Contributed – Story: 53383
Mar 18, 2010
Temp. closure of Princeton emergency – Penticton News – Castanet.net.

Residents are advised that the Princeton General Hospital Emergency Department will be closed for the following 12-hour period due to physician unavailability: …more

IH helping find small town doctors – Kelowna News – Castanet.net

April 12, 2012

CASTANET.net
by Kim Calloway – Power 104 – Story: 37938
Mar 16, 2008
IH helping find small town doctors – Kelowna News – Castanet.net.

Interior Health’s CEO says the health authority is working with local officials to address a coming doctor-gap in the small town of Clearwater. … more

Rural Birth Protocol Review – Vernon News – Castanet.net

April 12, 2012

CASTANET.net
Jan 19, 2006
Rural Birth Protocol Review – Vernon News – Castanet.net
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 Interior Health is launching a review of protocols for childbirth transfers in all of its rural hospitals. The review, which will be done by the BC Reproductive Care Program with support from BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre, an agency of the Provincial Health Services Authority, follows the roadside birth of a baby from Princeton late in December, 2005. An initial review of the December birth suggested that a standardized procedure might prevent this type of situation from recurring. The review will begin in late January. … more

Emergency department solution – Castanet.net – Letters to the Editor

March 1, 2012

CASTANET.net
by Contributed – Story: 71752
Mar 1, 2012
 Emergency department solution – Castanet.net – Letters to the Editor.

Monday’s emergency department closure in Princeton is just another reminder of the problems that exist with access to health care in BC. …more

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