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Anonymous Donor Purchases Resuscitator

Now for something a little bit different... An anonymous donor heard about the Knights of Columbus ' (Council 5468) efforts to raise funds for Infant Resuscitators for Labour and Delivery rooms at our hospital. This cause must have spoken to him/her because they decided to buy one! The donor gave $2,500 to the Knights of Columbus who then swung by... More



Salmon Farmer Holiday Social a Success

We had a wonderful time at the BC Salmon Farmers Association holiday social last night! This is just some of the delicious food served by the talented team at Beach Fire Brewing and Nosh House . Mouth watering! Thank you for the invite and for all of your support throughout the year. We appreciate it!More



Altrusa Purchases Infant Resuscitators

We owe a big thank you to Altrusa Campbell River ! They support a variety of causes throughout the Campbell River area and most recently helped equip two Labour, Delivery, Recovery and Post-Partum rooms in our hospital with Infant Resuscitators. Altrusa raises funds in a variety of different ways from beautiful evergreen floral swags with handcrafted bows, woven Afghans depicting... More



First and Last Babies Gifted with RESP!

We were very excited to meet these happy parents and their adorable babies! A few weeks ago we had the privilege of presenting baby Elena, the first baby born in our new hospital, with $1,000 towards her future education. Today, we did the same with baby Abel, the last baby born in our old hospital. Thank you to both families... More



Latest Winner...Joan Taylor!

Say hello to Joan Taylor from Yucalta Lodge! She recently took home $1,210.00 in our Staff Lotto! Remember, you can't win it if you aren't in it! Send us a PM for details on how to sign up. Congratulations Joan and thank you for your support!More



Meet our Board Members: Myra Egan

Meet Myra Egan, our Board Vice-Chair! Myra is originally from Bathurst, New Brunswick, has three grown children and 7 grandchildren. After graduating from the Saint John School of Nursing in 1974, she worked in a number of hospitals in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia before relocating to Kamloops, BC then North Delta and finally to Campbell River in 1994. Her... More