Northern Health has released its hand hygiene compliance reports for quarter 2 (2019-2020).
Northern Health is pleased to announce that the first baby born in 2020 in Terrace, is a boy!
Gavin Hansen was born was born January 1st at 2:25 p.m. at Mills Memorial Hospital, to local parents Christina Rogers-Hansen and David Hansen -- weighing eight pounds, 15 ounces.
Gavin is also welcomed to the world by his five older siblings: Jayden, Justin, Erica, Claire and Judah.
Northern Health is pleased to announce that the first baby born in 2020 in Fort St. John is a boy!
Thane Bradley Mclean was born January 1st at 6:18 p.m. at Fort St. John Hospital to local parents Braiden and Charlyn Mclean -- weighing seven pounds, four ounces.
Thane is also welcomed to the world by big sisters Millie and Laylee.
Northern Health is pleased to announce that the first baby born in 2020 in Dawson Creek is a baby boy!
The Dawson Creek New Year’s baby was born January 1st at 10:58 a.m., to parents Rebecca Crossman and Jordan Clement of Dawson Creek, weighing eight pounds, eight ounces.
Northern Health is pleased to announce that the first baby born in 2020 in the north is a baby girl, born in Prince George!
Baby Aubrey Nellis was born at University Hospital of Northern BC in Prince George this morning at 12:21 a.m., to parents Tiffany and Clayton Nellis, of Prince George - weighing in at seven pounds, 13 ounces.
Aubrey is also welcomed to the world by big brothers Jayvin Logan, 14, and Hayden Logan, 11.
The first baby born in British Columbia in 2020 was a girl, delivered at Fraser Health’s Royal Columbian Hospital, at 12:01 a.m. today.
Northern Health's Board of Directors is holding its regular Public meeting today (Monday, December 2, 2019) in Prince George, B.C.
Details of the meeting agenda, and the various reports to be presented, are available here.
The next meeting of the NH Board will take place February 10, 2020, in Burns Lake.
Northern Health has received reports of a company allegedly soliciting donations from Northern BC businesses on behalf of local hospitals, for a “Healing Hands” book to be donated to children in hospital.
NH would like to advise local businesses and others across the North that the health region is not affiliated with or endorsing this book.
NH advises businesses receiving phone calls requesting donations to check very carefully about the origin of such solicitations before making a donation.
Northern Health has released its hand hygiene compliance reports for quarter 1 (2019-2020).