Peace Arch Hospital
15521 Russell Avenue, White Rock, B.C. | 604.531.5512
As a community hospital in Fraser Health’s integrated network of care, Peace Arch Hospital has a capacity of 191 acute care beds as of April 2012. It provides care and services primarily to local community residents, and, to a limited extent, residents of the surrounding communities.
The role of Peace Arch Hospital is to provide primary and secondary acute care with some specialty services such as 24/7 emergency, inpatient services in general and internal medicine, surgery, rehabilitation, critical care, maternal infant care, and adult psychiatric care. In addition to emergency and inpatient services, Peace Arch Hospital also provides a range of outpatient and surgical day care in general surgery, orthopedics, urology, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, and gastroenterology. Some services require referral for access while others do not.
In 2010/11, Peace Arch Hospital saw 49,532 emergency room visits, provided care to 9,351 inpatient and 6,898 surgical daycare cases, delivered 972 newborns, and had 49,532 visits to ambulatory care.
In keeping with the network and system’s approach to organizing and delivering services in Fraser Health, Peace Arch Hospital primarily serves its local communities of South Surrey and White Rock, referring patients who require higher level of care to Surrey Memorial or Royal Columbian Hospitals.
This network service delivery approach helps ensure that resources are utilized efficiently and effectively.
In addition to service delivery, Peace Arch Hospital is a teaching hospital affiliated with UBC’s family medicine and psychiatry residency programs.
- 24/7 Emergency
- Critical care
- Maternal infant care
- Psychiatric care
Total Area metres2: 46,570