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A year of caring

02/12/2015 9:07:08 AM | 4 comments |
Comforting, responsive, thoughtful and resourceful. These words describe who we are at Fraser Health. The stories you read here are but a few examples of the spirited commitment of our team members to provide the very best care to patients and their families. Thank you for making a difference. 
An ailing hero achieves his last wish to pass at home in the comfort of his family and companion animals with help from the Tri-Cities Palliative-Focused Nurses program. 

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Pregnant and alone, a young woman finds both a teacher and a friend in a public health nurse in Surrey. 

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A visitor to Surrey Memorial Hospital finds comfort in the form of an ‘angel’ employee who seeks her out, eases her grief, and helps her go on. 

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A couple struggling with a challenging pregnancy and delivery at Langley Memorial Hospital discover that in truly personal maternity care, it’s the little things that matter. 

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Like a man on fire, a train-loving resident lights up with the musical connection made by a caring activity coordinator at Eagle Ridge Manor. 

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A mental health client diagnosed with cancer while living at Surrey’s Timber Creek Tertiary Care Facility draws strength from a care nurse turned close friend. 

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A veteran health care worker ends up on the other side of the hospital bed at Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre and gains a new appreciation for his profession. 

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Life in the neonatal intensive care unit can be isolating for families with premature babies. A new program at Surrey Memorial Hospital helps parents and infants thrive. 

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Comments
MentalHealthLea
I agree with Geeta that compassion is 2nd instinct for human beings. The human spirit/inclusion/community-oriented minded never ceases to amaze me. This is how I know I'll be a great addition to the Mental Health one day; as soon as Fraser Health allows me to join the team!
03/12/2015 1:21:25 PM

MentalHealthLea
"A mental health client diagnosed with cancer while living at Surrey’s Timber Creek Tertiary Care Facility draws strength from a care nurse turned close friend."

Human beings are just so great.
03/12/2015 1:19:49 PM

Geeta
It is so nice to read positive stories such as these. Compassionate care isn't difficult yet it can make a great impact in someone’s life!
02/12/2015 2:11:29 PM

Diane
Thank you for this beautiful collection of stories.
02/12/2015 1:16:33 PM

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