Seniors in Delta, Langley and Surrey are benefiting from more than $12.8 million in 2018-19 funding to increase staffing levels and ensure that seniors get the care they need in residential care homes.
Better emergency care for people in the Tri-Cities area is on the way as construction work begins on a new emergency department at Eagle Ridge Hospital.
For 240,000 British Columbian families, the new year brings the help they need with prescription drugs, thanks to a three-year $105-million investment that is reducing or eliminating deductibles and co-payments for lower-income households.
British Columbians living with certain chronic conditions, including multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and severe asthma, now have more treatment options available to them to better manage their condition.
Seniors in the Comox Valley will be able to access the long-term and end-of-life care they need as over 150 permanent beds are added to their communities.
Seniors in Abbotsford, Agassiz and Chilliwack are benefiting from a more than $4-million investment in 2018-19 to increase staffing levels and ensure that seniors get the care they need in residential care homes.
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