Submitted by Communications and Public Affairs

This week's high fives go to our amazing people at Abbotsford Regional Hospital, Burnaby Hospital, Eagle Ridge Hospital, Langley Memorial Hospital, Mission Public Health Unit, Peace Arch Hospital, Ridge Meadows Hospital, Royal Columbian Hospital and Surrey Memorial Hospital.

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For Abbotsford Regional Hospital

Thank you to Cyndi with the Diabetes Education Team at Abbotsford Regional [Hospital] for her assistance and kindness. Her willingness to help made the overall experience great.


I recently visited Abbotsford Regional [Hospital] for an MRI. All the staff I encountered were great, particularly the MRI technicians. They went out of their way to make sure I felt okay at every step throughout the procedure. They truly care about their patients, and it shows. Thank you.


My mother recently brought my grandmother to the hospital because she was feeling unwell. My grandmother cannot speak English, and Security Officer Sunny kindly translated, which really helped keep my mother and grandmother calm throughout their visit. Thank you Sunny, for your kindness.


For Burnaby Hospital

My grandfather recently visited the Emergency Department at Burnaby [Hospital] for medical attention due to a fall. Nicole was a blessing. She was kind, polite and her bubbly, friendly attitude helped lighten the mood. Thank you Nicole.


For Eagle Ridge Hospital

While my family and I were nervous leading up to my first surgery, Nurses Annie and Zeinab made us feel comfortable. They were both genuine, caring and professional. It was clear they understood their patient’s needs and provided clear explanations to any questions asked. They were excellent role models, and I appreciate and respect them.


Thank you to all the doctors and nurses for ensuring I was comfortable during my stay at Eagle Ridge [Hospital]. Thank you to Nurse Bret, who was wonderful and Dr. Vasile, who went out of her way to provide me with needed information.


For Langley Memorial Hospital

I would like to thank the staff for being respectful and nice during a recent visit to Langley Memorial [Hospital]. Nurse Rachel was lovely, caring and kind. Thank you all.


For Mission Public Health Unit

We visited the Mission Public Health Unit to have our children receive their COVID-19 immunizations. Nurse Jodi was fantastic. Our daughter is very needle-phobic, but Jodie took the time to explain the process. She supported my daughter and gave her the extra time she needed. Thank you Nurse Jodi, for the positive experience.


For Peace Arch Hospital

I recently visited Peace Arch [Hospital] due to a ruptured appendix. I am extremely thankful for all the staff I interacted with in the Emergency, Radiology and Surgical Departments. The staff worked efficiently and provided exceptional care. Throughout the entire process, I felt cared for and safe. Thank you all so much.


For Ridge Meadows Hospital

I had an exceptional experience during my recent visit to the Emergency Department at Ridge Meadows [Hospital]. Every step along the way, from registration to discharge, was excellent. Thank you to Dr. Miller and Nurse Sheema for their professionalism and speed.


For Royal Columbian Hospital

I gave birth at Royal Columbian [Hospital] and wanted to thank Nurse Fabiana. I am grateful for her encouragement and kindness as I struggled with unexpected challenges. My husband and I appreciated her support during these moments, and now our baby is thriving. Thank you.


Thank you to Volunteer Wayfinder Paul at Royal Columbian [Hospital]. I appreciated the care and hospitality he showed me. He ensured I was comfortable and had access to a wheelchair, making me feel safe and well taken care of. Thank you Paul.


For Surrey Memorial Hospital

Thank you to Nurse Farah for her sweet nature and for accommodating my mother's care.


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