Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

Paying It Forward: The metal art piece was donated to residents, families and workers in Poplar Ridge Pavilion. Photo: Sheri Regnier

‘Gratitude’ gifted to health-care workers at hospital in Trail

On a sunny Friday, Candace brought “Gratitude” to the hospital and quietly donated it to Poplar Ridge

 

Norm Murdoch, USW Local 480 Financial Secretary, presents this donation to Kara Hannigan, Foundation Board Director.

Trail Local 480 donates $5,000 to sick children’s fund

Gordy Steep Sick Children’s Fund provide financial assistance to families travelling for medical care

  • Sep 1, 2022

 

Operation Owatz is rallying the community to get moving and raise funds for ambulatory care at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. Photo: Operation Owatz

‘Let’s get moving,’ for memorial fundraiser at hospital in Trail

Operation Owatz back for a second year; goal is to raise $30,000 to support KBRH ambulatory care

 

The stained glass window is in a room on the third floor of KBRH. Photo: KBRH Health Foundation

How a meaningful stained glass window in the Trail hospital came to be

The window was created by Gavin Holland in 2010, a stained glass artist based in Nelson.

The stained glass window is in a room on the third floor of KBRH. Photo: KBRH Health Foundation
The Warm Hearts Charitable Foundation donated $5,000 to the Urodynamics Program at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH). This generous donation will help to purchase medical equipment for the Urology Department at KBRH and allow introduction of a new service for those living with chronic and/or complex urological conditions. Debbie Wood, second vice chair KBRH Health Foundation (right), has accepted this donation from Tracy Batch, Warm Hearts Charitable Foundation Board Member. Photo: Submitted

Warm Hearts donate to specialty care at Trail hospital

Urodynamics enables the enhanced diagnosis for those requiring complex urology care.

The Warm Hearts Charitable Foundation donated $5,000 to the Urodynamics Program at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH). This generous donation will help to purchase medical equipment for the Urology Department at KBRH and allow introduction of a new service for those living with chronic and/or complex urological conditions. Debbie Wood, second vice chair KBRH Health Foundation (right), has accepted this donation from Tracy Batch, Warm Hearts Charitable Foundation Board Member. Photo: Submitted
Aaron Banfield poses in front of the non-denominational stained glass window in the soon-to-be “sacred space.” The space will support connectedness and mindfulness among patients at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. Photo: Submitted

Cancer patient plans sacred space in Kootenay hospital

The space will allow patients to focus on emotional wellness and find support from their peers.

Aaron Banfield poses in front of the non-denominational stained glass window in the soon-to-be “sacred space.” The space will support connectedness and mindfulness among patients at the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. Photo: Submitted
The Rossland Health Care Auxiliary (RHA) has donated $10,000 to the Columbia View Lodge Garden of Gratitude project. Photo: Submitted

Rossland auxiliary gifts $10,000 to gratitude garden

This generous donation will help fund the Columbia View Lodge Garden of Gratitude project

The Rossland Health Care Auxiliary (RHA) has donated $10,000 to the Columbia View Lodge Garden of Gratitude project. Photo: Submitted
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Main and emergency entrances temporarily closed at Trail hospital

Patients and visitors will be directed to the ambulance bay entrance.

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The newly expanded pharmacy department at KBRH is now open. Photo: Interior Health

New pharmacy, modernized care spaces open at Trail hospital

A new pharmacy at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) is now open,…

The newly expanded pharmacy department at KBRH is now open. Photo: Interior Health
Richard and Mary. Photo: Submitted

‘Garden of Gratitude’ the centre of a new KBRH Health Foundation project

The Columbia View Lodge Garden of Gratitude grew from Mary and Richard’s story.

Richard and Mary. Photo: Submitted
L-R: Shelly Martin, Marketing Support Representative of KS, and Aron Burke, Community Liaison of KS, presented this generous donation to Foundation representatives Debbie Wood, Board Director and Lisa Pasin, Executive Director. Photo: Submitted

Kootenay Savings tees up for KBRH Golf Classic

The golf classis goes Friday, July 15, at Birchbank Golf Course.

L-R: Shelly Martin, Marketing Support Representative of KS, and Aron Burke, Community Liaison of KS, presented this generous donation to Foundation representatives Debbie Wood, Board Director and Lisa Pasin, Executive Director. Photo: Submitted
Terry Martin (center), KBRH health foundation board director, has accepted this donation from the RONA Trail and Nelson owner and management team L-R: Dave, Mike, Logan and Ray. Photo: Submitted

RONA Trail donates $18,500 to hospital

Funding will support a new examination and consultation room in KBRH ambulatory care department

Terry Martin (center), KBRH health foundation board director, has accepted this donation from the RONA Trail and Nelson owner and management team L-R: Dave, Mike, Logan and Ray. Photo: Submitted
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. Photo: Times file
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. Photo: Times file
Photo: Submitted

Foundation gifted $24,000+ for advanced urology care

Urodynamics will enable enhanced diagnosis for those requiring complex urology care.

Photo: Submitted
A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. Photo: Jim Bailey

COVID outbreak declared at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital in Trail

IH says there are currently 15 cases connected to the outbreak

A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. Photo: Jim Bailey
From May 14 to May 30. all staff, physicians, patients and visitors to KBRH will be redirected to use the second floor corridor. Photo: Trail Times

Foot traffic changes coming to Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

The temporary changes to the hospital’s main corridor are part of ongoing renovations

From May 14 to May 30. all staff, physicians, patients and visitors to KBRH will be redirected to use the second floor corridor. Photo: Trail Times
A group of family physicians in the Nelson and Trail area, who have taken significant extra training in oncology practice, have stepped forward to provide on-site supervision of treatment recommended by the BC Cancer oncologists. Photo: National Cancer Institute

Interior Health clarifies cancer care continuity after West Kootenay doctor retires

After decades of caring for cancer patients, Dr. Scotland is retiring this month

A group of family physicians in the Nelson and Trail area, who have taken significant extra training in oncology practice, have stepped forward to provide on-site supervision of treatment recommended by the BC Cancer oncologists. Photo: National Cancer Institute
L-R: Allana Ferro, auxiliary president, along with volunteers Sandy and Geri, presented the donation to this project to Ruth Kohut, KBRH director of clinical operations and KBRH foundation board member; and John Sullivan, KBRH foundation board chair. Photo: Submitted

Trail auxiliary helps grow hospital garden

The KBRH Garden Project ensures that hospital grounds are warm and welcoming.

L-R: Allana Ferro, auxiliary president, along with volunteers Sandy and Geri, presented the donation to this project to Ruth Kohut, KBRH director of clinical operations and KBRH foundation board member; and John Sullivan, KBRH foundation board chair. Photo: Submitted
Attend a one hour session in the Trail United Church on April 28 or May 12 and find out how to become a bridging team member. Photo: Unsplash

Making a difference: Become a ‘Bridges Out of Poverty’ mentor

One-hour information sessions are being held in the Trail United Church

Attend a one hour session in the Trail United Church on April 28 or May 12 and find out how to become a bridging team member. Photo: Unsplash
West Kootenay public transit is free on Friday. Photo: BCTransit.com

Hop on West Kootenay public transit for free on Friday

Take transit for free on Friday, April 22 in recognition of Earth Day

West Kootenay public transit is free on Friday. Photo: BCTransit.com