Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

Kyle Boutin, Director Trail Fire Fighters Charitable Society presented a $2,500 donation to Lisa Pasin, Director of Development KBRH Health Foundation. Photo: Submitted

Trail firefighters donate to chronic pain clinic

Trail Firefighters Charitable Society has donated well over $110,000 to causes in the past decade

 

In recognition of Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Fruitvale resident Jack LaRocque wants people to know that anyone can be affected by lung cancer, even non-smokers. Photo: Jim Bailey

Kootenay man shares experience, non-smokers get lung cancer too

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

 

The Kootenay Boundary Physician Association is sponsoring a pumpkin carving contest at KBRH. Photo: Submitted

‘Carve your hearts out’ at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

Pumpkin carvings by KBRH staff will be on display Thursday and Friday in the hospital lobby

 

The KBRH project involved using bedside ultrasound to help guide fluid removal during hemodialysis. (Photo by Robina Weermeijer on Unsplash)

Innovative Kootenay Boundary study augments care for renal patients

Project called the Lung Ultrasonographic Assessment of Volume Status in Hemodialysis Patients

The KBRH project involved using bedside ultrasound to help guide fluid removal during hemodialysis. (Photo by Robina Weermeijer on Unsplash)
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital staff opened the new emergency room with a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, Sept. 1.

KBRH new Emergency Department open for business

KBRH Health Foundation commits $1-million to Emergency Department project

  • Sep 1, 2020
Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital staff opened the new emergency room with a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, Sept. 1.
KBRH first patient: Patient Derrick Leduc was assessed by KBRH Registered Nurse Martina Osman shortly after the new KBRH emergency department opened to patients, Sept. 1. (Submitted photo)

Video: Doors open to $19M emergency wing at hospital in Trail

KBRH Health Foundation commits $1-million to Emergency Department project

KBRH first patient: Patient Derrick Leduc was assessed by KBRH Registered Nurse Martina Osman shortly after the new KBRH emergency department opened to patients, Sept. 1. (Submitted photo)
The Give a Daisy Memorial Campaign, held at Kurtis’ No Frills, raised $16,520 in support of palliative care at KBRH. The foundation accepted this donation from Lee Page in memory of his late wife, Kimberly Page. Social distancing protocols were observed. (Photo submitted)

Daisy campaign raises $16,520 for cancer care in Trail

Money given to health foundation for end-0f-life care at KBRH

The Give a Daisy Memorial Campaign, held at Kurtis’ No Frills, raised $16,520 in support of palliative care at KBRH. The foundation accepted this donation from Lee Page in memory of his late wife, Kimberly Page. Social distancing protocols were observed. (Photo submitted)
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Trail auxiliary donates to hospital

The money will be used for various KBRH departments

  • May 21, 2020
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Trail auxiliary aid

The donation will go toward ENT/urology care

  • May 19, 2020
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The KBRH Health Foundation received a donation of $2,000 from the Trail Hospital Auxiliary for the COVID-19 Greatest Need Fund in support of priority medical equipment. With social distancing protocols observed, the foundation accepted this donation from Kathleen Storvold, auxiliary president. (Submitted photo)

Trail auxiliary contributes to COVID-19 care

The volunteer group will pick up fundraising activities when the pandemic ends

The KBRH Health Foundation received a donation of $2,000 from the Trail Hospital Auxiliary for the COVID-19 Greatest Need Fund in support of priority medical equipment. With social distancing protocols observed, the foundation accepted this donation from Kathleen Storvold, auxiliary president. (Submitted photo)
White hearts are posted in the lobby of KBRH. (Submitted photo)

Heart-filled messages for Kootenay Boundary healthcare workers

The White Heart Project sends appreciation to frontline healthcare workers

White hearts are posted in the lobby of KBRH. (Submitted photo)
‘Give you a Daisy’ memorial fundraiser for cancer care at KBRH starts today in the Waneta Plaza No Frills store. From left: Lee Page, Colton Crockett, and business owner Kurtis MacGillivray.(Submitted photo)
‘Give you a Daisy’ memorial fundraiser for cancer care at KBRH starts today in the Waneta Plaza No Frills store. From left: Lee Page, Colton Crockett, and business owner Kurtis MacGillivray.(Submitted photo)
Rendering of completed KBRH front entrance. Image: Interior Health

Shuttle service at Trail hospital will remain for now

“ … shuttle service will remain in place while work on the new drop-off area … continues.”

Rendering of completed KBRH front entrance. Image: Interior Health
Access into KBRH has changed since construction of a two-story addition started last year. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Trail confirms second road to regional hospital ‘on hold’

Announcement follows the city’s recent wrap-up of a comprehensive engineering evaluation

Access into KBRH has changed since construction of a two-story addition started last year. (Sheri Regnier photo)