The North Island Hospital campuses are up and running. Here are the main switchboard phone numbers.
The new North Island Hospital, Comox Valley campus will open to patients on Sunday, October 1st, 2017.
For all information about the move visit: www.viha.ca/NIHMoveCV
Starting October 1st, Emergency and Obstetric patients can begin accessing the new North Island Hospital Comox Valley through the Emergency Department starting at 5:30 a.m.
- Until then, for Emergency Assistance please call 9-1-1 or go to St. Joseph’s General Hospital Emergency department, located in Comox at 2137 Comox Avenue.
- The North Island Hospital Emergency Department entrance is off of Lerwick Road near the NIC Access ...
The new North Island Hospital Campbell River & District will open on Sunday, September 10, 2017.
For all information about the move visit www.viha.ca/NIHMoveCR
- Emergency and obstetric patients can begin accessing the new hospital through the Emergency Department starting at 5:30 a.m.
- For Emergency Assistance please call 911 or go to the North Island Hospital, Campbell River & District, located at 375-2nd Avenue
- The North Island Hospital Emergency Department entrance is accessed from Birch Street near Evergreen Road.
Almost 4,000 people turned out for self-guided tours of the North Island Hospital campuses in Campbell River and the Comox Valley August 12th and 13th.
Thanks again to all the volunteers and staff who helped us spread the good news.
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Please be advised that accessible parking will be available on the North Island Hospital Campbell River site in the south parking lot for those with mobility challenges during Saturday’s tour.
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Island Health invites you to take self–guided tours of the new North Island Hospital campuses in Campbell River and the Comox Valley before they open in September and October 2017.
Self-directed public tours will take place at:
- Campbell River campus Saturday, August 12, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Comox Valley campus Sunday, August 13, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This is a great opportunity for community residents to see the state-of-the-art design, technology and features of the new North Island Hospital, ranging from single-patient ...Continue Reading →
We’ve put together images from our aerial drone shoots to show a different perspective of our North Island Hospital construction.
Here’s the time lapse of North Island Hospital Comox Valley campus construction
Here’s the time lapse of North Island Hospital Campbell River & District campus construction.Continue Reading →
Whether you’re looking for information or have a question about the new North Island Hospital, Island Health welcomes all residents to attend drop-in community information sessions taking place on July 17th in the Comox Valley and July 19th in Campbell River.
The drop-in sessions are an opportunity to learn more about the North Island Hospital Comox Valley and Campbell River campuses and their design, as well as information on planning for move-in, staff transition, hospital operations, volunteer resources, Aboriginal Health and ...Continue Reading →
The North Island Hospital campuses in the Comox Valley and Campbell River will feature gardens of traditional plants and medicinal herbs thanks to a multi-faceted effort including Island Health, First Nations and local experts.
A planting ceremony took place June 23rd near the main entrance to the North Island Hospital Comox Valley campus, including representatives from the K’ómoks First Nation, Island Health, the First Nations Health Authority, the Kwakiutl District Council (KDC), the Comox Strathcona Regional Hospital District, the North Island ...Continue Reading →
Local food operator to supply retail food services at new hospital campuses in Campbell River and the Comox Valley
COMOX VALLEY/CAMPBELL RIVER – Island Health has selected Comox-based Rocky Mountain Coffee Co. to provide retail food services at the new North Island Hospital campuses located in Campbell River and the Comox Valley.
Rocky Mountain Coffee Co. was the successful proponent following a Request for Proposals (RFP) process held last November. The RFP called for a retail food concept emphasizing healthy choices and local products as well as catering services.
“Rocky Mountain Coffee has always had one vision; catering to our community ...Continue Reading →