Visitor Restrictions

Visitor Restrictions

Visitor restrictions in place at island health facilities/outpatient clinics.

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COVID-19 Emergency Reponse Fund

COVID-19 Emergency Reponse Fund

Help us meet the COVID-19 challenge to our community!

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Help Us Get Better at Getting Older

Help Us Get Better at Getting Older

Our campaign will raise $2 million for equipment and renovations at SPH’s Long-term Care.

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Amazing Scavenger Hunt

Amazing Scavenger Hunt

Part Amazing Race, part Scavenger Hunt, part car rally and tons of fun! Can you go the social distance?

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Like you, we’re worried.

Like you, we’re worried.

But we have a plan. Help us make Primary Care available to all. With your support, the Foundation can make a difference.

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We’re changing, for the health of our community

We're changing, for the health of our community

Our vision and goals remain the same: to be the champion of the best possible and most compassionate health care for every person in the community.

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Our Supporters, Our Friends

Our Supporters, Our Friends

We are extremely grateful to our volunteers, donors, hospital staff and community partners dedicated to helping serve the community.

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SPHHF Legacy Gifts

SPHHF Legacy Gifts

You can help provide outstanding care. Just think of all the good your planned gift will do.

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VISITOR RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE AT ISLAND HEALTH FACILITIES/OUTPATIENT CLINICS –

Only essential visits allowed to Island Health facilities

Island-wide — Island Health is working in partnership with the Ministry of Health and BC Centre for Disease Control to respond to COVID-19. The situation is evolving quickly and our strategies are evolving to keep people in the communities we serve safe.

To support the Provincial Health Officer’s directions around social distancing and protect our residents, patients and staff from the transmission of COVID-19, Island Health has made the difficult decision to allow only essential visits to our facilities.

Essential visits will be considered for patients who are:

  • critically ill
  • receiving end-of-life care
  • frail and need an escort or family member for their safety

Eligible essential visitors must pass important screening criteria. This means they cannot have a cough, runny nose, fever, sore throat or shortness of breath, and they cannot have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days.

We understand the importance of visits from family and loved ones to our patients and long-term care residents and we appreciate your understanding and support in helping to keep everyone safe. The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control is the recommended resource for provincial information that is accurate and current: http://www.bccdc.ca/. Information is being updated frequently on the site at this time and individuals are encouraged to check back regularly (eg. daily).

Island Health also has frequently updated information on our website: www.islandhealth.ca/covid19

Avoid gift deliveries to health-care facilities

To keep our patients, families and staff safe and in keeping with the provincial health officer’s recommendations for social distancing, Island Health requests that people not send flowers or other gifts to their loved ones in hospitals and long-term care facilities.

We understand the importance of gifts from family and loved ones to our patients and long-term care residents and we appreciate your support in helping to keep everyone safe.

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Donations

There is strength in numbers. Join our gracious community and donate now.

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Donations

There is strength in numbers. Join our gracious community and donate now.

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Fundraising Campaigns

From CT Scanners to Operating Rooms, our community members have made our campaigns a success. Learn about our current campaign.

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Fundraising Campaigns

From CT Scanners to Operating Rooms, our community members have made our campaigns a success. Learn about our current campaign.

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Years in Operation

In 1985, a group of concerned citizens came together to raise funds for the fledgling Saanich Peninsula Hospital. Find out more…

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Years in Operation

In 1985, a group of concerned citizens came together to raise funds for the fledgling Saanich Peninsula Hospital. Find out more…

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