Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre (ARHCC) is a 295-bed health care facility that houses the acute care Abbotsford Regional Hospital operated by Fraser Health and the regional cancer facility operated by the BC Cancer Agency.
This 295-bed health care facility opened in 2008 and provides primary, secondary, and some tertiary services, including 24/7 emergency (including two critical care trauma bays and a helipad for emergency transport of critical patients), levels 1 & 2 obstetrics and level 2 neonatal intensive care, pediatrics, adult psychiatry inpatient units, surgical specialties (e.g., thoracic, orthopaedic), nuclear medicine, cardiac services, renal dialysis, medical imaging including MRI and CT scanning, a sleep lab and ambulatory care. Abbotsford Regional Hospital also offers a range of inpatient services supported by community services (e.g., home health. public health, community mental health).
The hospital serves about 330,000 residents of the eastern Fraser Valley.
In 2013/14, Abbotsford Regional Hospital saw 44,424 emergency room visits, provided care to 19,170 inpatient and 12,806 surgical daycare cases, delivered 2,619 newborns, and had 217,049 visits to ambulatory care.
Mission Memorial Hospital is a community hospital opened in 1965 which provides primary acute care services including 24/7 emergency, an inpatient medical unit, ambulatory day care, as well as laboratory and medical imaging services and four small outpatient clinics run by visiting specialists. A new Patient Assessment and Transition to Home (PATH) unit recently opened to ease congestion at neighbouring hospitals. The third floor is home to the 10-bed Christine Morrison Hospice Residence.
Adjacent to the hospital are two newly constructed buildings: the Community Health Centre opened in 2013 which houses Home Health, Mental Health and Public Health programs, and The Residence in Mission, a new 200-bed residential facility opened in 2014.
In 2013/2014, Mission Memorial Hospital saw 19,891 emergency visits, treated 1,302 acute inpatient and had 48,170 visits to ambulatory care.
Chilliwack General Hospital is a community hospital whose role is to provide primary, core secondary, and some specialty services. These include 24/7 emergency and acute care, general and internal medicine, coronary care, obstetrics, medical imaging, general surgery and certain surgical subspecialties such as eye surgery, inpatient and outpatient care.
Chilliwack General Hospital provides community hospital services to Chilliwack, Hope, Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs residents. The Bradley Centre is a 90-bed residential facility within the hospital.
A recent $35 million renovation and expansion project resulted in a new state of the art laboratory, emergency department, and ambulatory care environment.
Chilliwack General Hospital has 148 acute care beds. In 2013/14, CGH saw 55,029 emergency room visits, provided care to 8,471 inpatient and 10,465 surgical daycare cases, delivered 824 newborns, and had 112,913 visits to ambulatory care.
Fraser Canyon Hospital is a 10-bed community hospital opened in 1959, providing 24/7 emergency care stabilization and triage, a critical need due to its geographic isolation and the number of travellers using the major highways that converge in the area. There is also general medicine, medical imaging and ambulatory care services, supported by an integrated network of community-based programs and services, ranging from health promotion and prevention to residential and hospice care.
Attached to the hospital is Fraser Hope Lodge, a 57 bed residential care facility.
In 2013/2014, Fraser Canyon Hospital saw 11,504 emergency visits, treated 502 inpatient cases, and had 15,672 visits to ambulatory care.