Princeton Hospital Problems Addressed in the Legislature
By: Anita Sthankiya
Princeton Hospital Problems Addressed in the Legislature.
This week in the Legislature in Victoria the Princeton General Hospital was discussed by Fraser Nicola MLA Harry Lali and BC’s Health Minister Mike de Jong.
Harry Lali was quick to point out the issues at the Princeton Hospital have been ongoing for years. …more
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Doctor shortage closes small-town ER on Labour Day | CTV British Columbia.
The people of Princeton, B.C. are seeing the consequences of a province-wide rural doctor shortage after their emergency room had to be closed because nobody was available to staff it. …more
by Jennifer Zielinski – Story: 73431
Apr 4, 2012
Emergency pain in Princeton – South Okanagan News – Castanet.net.
Despite efforts to recruit doctors and locums the Princeton General Hospital has been unable to provide consistent emergency services.
The situation became worse for Princeton residents on April 1, when one of the local doctors was no longer able to provide full emergency coverage. This means there will be more frequent Emergency Department (ED) closures, and unless Interior Health (IH) makes adjustments the closures could occur during peak periods. …more
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Baby born in SUV after B.C. hospital redirects mom
A woman in British Columbia who gave birth in a coffee shop parking lot early Wednesday morning wants answers from local hospital officials who told her to go to a larger regional facility.
Jessica Obey of Princeton gave birth to her son in her family’s SUV while the child’s father got emergency instructions for delivering a baby over the phone. …more
By: Kelowna, CHBC News : Wednesday, April 04
Read it on Global News: CHBC Okanagan | Princeton hospital closures has residents considering moving
News of closures at Princeton General Hospital has some residents considering packing up and moving out of the small Similkameen town.
As of May 1, the emergency room will be closed Monday to Thursday during overnight hours for the next year. Only one of the townâ€™s three physicians will now be on-call. …more