Media Releases

News and events across Interior Health

Interior Health news releases are posted by month and date. View the current year news releases below. Past news releases from 2020 are listed on our Archives page. All media inquiries should be directed to Interior Health Communications Officers. 

 

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Information Bulletin
July 23, 2021
Interior Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at the Nelson Jubilee Manor long-term care home.
Information Bulletin
July 21, 2021
Interior Health (IH) is nearing its millionth dose of COVID-19 vaccine being administered throughout the Interior region as the #journey2immunity campaign continues.
Information Bulletin
July 20, 2021
Interior Health is proactively relocating care home residents within the Wise Man Creek wildfire evacuation alert zone.
News Release
July 20, 2021
Interior Health’s board of directors has extended the appointment of an administrator to oversee the day-to-day operations of The Florentine.
Information Bulletin
July 20, 2021
Interior Health is closely monitoring the Nk’Mip Creek wildfire for impacts to health facilities and services.
Information Bulletin
July 19, 2021
Interior Health is monitoring wildfire activity and reminds the public to plan ahead for evacuation alerts, evacuations, and power loss.
Information Bulletin
July 15, 2021
Interior Health is monitoring wildfire activity with the potential of triggering power loss throughout Interior region communities.
Information Bulletin
July 15, 2021
Interior Health has expanded its evacuation response due to the potential for fire-related impacts to health facilities and clients in Thompson Cariboo region.
News Release
July 13, 2021
Interior Health is ending the appointment of an administrator to oversee the day-to-day operations of Summerland Seniors Village while increasing oversight and accountability to ensure quality care continues.
Information Bulletin
July 12, 2021
As heat continues to build in the Interior, temperatures will increase the potential for heat-related illnesses and are historically associated with an increase in deaths among residents.
Information Bulletin
July 2, 2021
Interior Health is closely monitoring the Mckay Creek wildfire near Lillooet.
Information Bulletin
June 30, 2021
Interior Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak on unit 6 South at Royal Inland Hospital (RIH).
Information Bulletin
June 30, 2021
Interior Health is closely monitoring wildfire activity throughout the region.
Information Bulletin
June 30, 2021
Interior Health’s mobile vaccination clinics will continue their trips through the Interior Region after delivering over 8,100 doses since their launch last month.
Information Bulletin
June 30, 2021
Record numbers of people throughout Interior Health will become eligible for second doses of COVID-19 vaccine in the coming weeks.
Information Bulletin
June 25, 2021
As heat continues to build in the Interior and is expected to last until Wednesday, record-high temperatures are expected. High temperatures are historically associated with an increase in deaths among residents.
Public Service Announcement
June 25, 2021
Interior Health and the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) have partnered to host a drop-in immunization clinic at Foundry Kelowna on Monday, June 28 targeting youth who have not yet received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Information Bulletin
June 25, 2021
Interior Health is offering drop-in service for anyone who wants their first dose of COVID-19 vaccination as the #journey2immunity campaign continues to accelerate throughout the region.
Public Service Announcement
June 22, 2021
With temperatures across our region soaring this week, Interior Health reminds everyone that too much heat can be harmful to your health.
Information Bulletin
June 18, 2021
Interior Health is launching urban mobile immunization clinics offering easy access, same-day immunizations for people to get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
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As a step towards reconciliation, Interior Health acknowledges the land that we live, work, and play on as the traditional territories of the Dakelh Dene, Ktunaxa, Nlaka’pamux, Secwepemc, St’at’imc, Syilx and Tsilhqot’in peoples. It is with humility that we continue to strengthen our relationships with the First Nation, Métis, and Inuit peoples of the interior.
MoH     PCQO