Surrey Memorial Hospital
13750 96 Avenue, Surrey, B.C. | 604.581.2211
Surrey Memorial Hospital is the largest of three regional hospitals in Fraser Health’s integrated network of care, providing primary, secondary, and tertiary services, including 24/7 emergency (including a dedicated pediatrics emergency area), cardiac and critical care, levels one, two and three obstetrics and neonatal intensive care, adolescent and adult inpatient psychiatry, surgical sub-specialties (e.g., plastics, thoracic, vascular, orthopedic), inpatient rehabilitation and ambulatory care. Consistent with the integrated network approach to delivering care, community programs such as home health, public health, community mental health are part of the care and service continuum.
With 636 acute care beds, and 24 neonatal intensive care (NICU) bassinettes, in one of BC’s fastest growing communities, Surrey Memorial Hospital delivers more newborns every year than any other hospital in Fraser Health’s integrated network of care.
In 2013/14, Surrey Memorial Hospital saw 117,562 emergency room visits, provided care to 28,859 inpatient and 10,067 surgical day care cases, delivered 4,168 newborns, and had 155,119 visits to ambulatory care.
As a regional hospital for Fraser Health, as well as the home hospital for one of BC’s fastest growing communities, Surrey Memorial Hospital is the second largest hospital in the province with the province's busiest Emergency Department. Surrey Memorial Hospital provides specialized care to people from across Fraser Health, not only to residents of Surrey.
Surrey Memorial Hospital is a regional referral centre for adolescent psychiatry pediatrics and maternity infant care.
- 24/7 Emergency
- Cardiac and critical care
- Levels one, two and three obstetrics
- Neonatal intensive care
- Adolescent and adult inpatient psychiatry
- Surgical subspecialties
- Inpatient rehabilitation
- Ambulatory care
Total Area metres2: 189,776
Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre
9750 140 Street, Surrey, B.C. | 604.582.4550
The Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre (JPOCSC) opened in June 2011 and is the first facility of this kind in British Columbia. As an outpatient facility, it brings together more than 50 services and programs, including day surgery, chronic disease management, specialist visits, diagnostic tests, breast health clinic, HIV/AIDS/Hep C clinic, primary care clinic, cardiac rehabilitation and prevention, maternity services, pain clinic and other clinics and services that commonly take place in a hospital setting.
The Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre serves the community of Surrey but also contributes to Fraser Health’s network of care by providing outpatient specialty services to people from across Fraser Health. JPOCSC provides the right outpatient care for patients in the right location while freeing up capacity in hospitals. The Centre takes an integrated “one-stop-shop” approach to patient care that views each patient as a whole person rather than an individual illness. Care providers work together and in collaboration with the patient to improve overall health.
- Chronic disease management
- Specialist visits
- Diagnostic tests
- Breast health clinic
- HIV/AIDS/Hep C clinic
- Primary care clinic
Beds: 0 (not asn inpatient facility)
Total Area metres2: 32,912