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Every encounter counts: how compassion helped change one man’s story
Thierry Rebiffe, age 24, is a person who has used drugs and has survived several overdoses. 
March 9, 2017
In response to an advisory issued by Health Canada, patients who had heart surgery, heart transplant surgery or lung transplant surgery in B.C. where heart-lung bypass was required are being notified of a small risk infection associated with the type of machine used to warm and cool blood during surgery, known as a heater-cooler machine.
December 12, 2016
Fraser Health to host first-ever B.C. health authority hackathon
Taking place January 21st and 22ndFraser Health Hackathon will see local developers compete against each other to find technology-driven solutions to challenges facing the Fraser Health region.
December 12, 2016
VP Guest Blog - Dr. Roy Morton, Vice President Medicine
More than 2000 physicians work in Fraser Health communities, hospitals and facilities.  Dr. Roy Morton is working to develop collaborative relationships with our physician partners to help us in delivering Better Health. Best in Health Care.
December 7, 2016
Fraser Health selects proposed sites for supervised consumption and increases addictions treatment
As part of our work to address a significant increase in overdoses across the region, Fraser Health announced two proposed sites for supervised consumption services in Surrey. 
December 6, 2016
The gift of peace of mind
You never know when a health emergency might happen as your mom and dad get older. Why not be prepared?
December 5, 2016
High five your health care provider - December 2, 2016
This week's "High five your health care provider" includes high fives for our amazing people in licensing, at Royal Columbian Hospital, Ridge Meadows Hospital and Tabor Court.
December 2, 2016
A year of caring
Our staff have incredible stories. Moving moments from the front lines of health care in our Year of Caring.
November 29, 2016
The beauty of bedside manners
“Dr. Auersperg gave us the most amazing gift. He didn’t just take care of my dad; he took care of my family.” How a Ridge Meadows Hospital physician eased a patient’s passing with his beautiful bedside manner.
November 29, 2016
A blessing in a blanket
“It sends a message to Aboriginal youth that you are valuable and we respect your values and beliefs.” How a Surrey Memorial Hospital social worker supports First Nations youth in mental health crisis by connecting them to their culture.
November 29, 2016
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