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Due to COVID-19 Omicron-related staffing challenges in our communities, we are making temporary service changes to support patient care and service access. We will resume normal operations as soon as possible.
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If you have symptoms and can manage your illness at home, you don’t need a test. Self-isolate and notify your contacts. Testing is prioritized for people at risk of more severe disease and people in higher risk settings.
COVID-19 testing is prioritized for people at risk of severe disease or living and working in high risk settings. People who have symptoms and are able to manage them at home should assume they have COVID-19 and must also self-isolate.
If you are an interested qualified health-care provider, learn how you can help provide boosters and first and second doses in 2022.
In general, close contacts are people you were face-to-face with for 15 minutes or more, or who live your household. Close contacts who are fully vaccinated should self-monitor closely for symptoms. Close contacts who are not fully vaccinated should self-isolate for 10 days.
Find information about home and community care options, long-term care, assisted living and other services located throughout the Interior region.
Learn more about how to find the nearest lab to you, and easily book you lab appointment.
The Aboriginal Patient Navigator service at Interior Health supports First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples living in the southern Interior access health services. Aboriginal Patient Navigator services help clients navigate the health system. Learn more about how to contact Aboriginal Patient Navigator services near you.
If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health – you’re not alone. Learn how to access different support services and access helpful resources. Reach your local Mental Health Centre for community-based supports by calling 310-MHSU (6478).
If you or someone you know is struggling with substance use – you’re not alone. Learn how to access different support services and access helpful resources. Reach your local Substance Use Centre for community-based supports by calling 310-MHSU (6478)
Learn about the different options for sharing your feedback on the care that you or your loved ones have received.
Flooding can affect your health and safety in a number of ways. You may be required to evacuate if a flooding is close to your home.
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