Creston Valley Hospital & Health Centre

Creston Valley Hospital & Health Centre

About Creston Valley Hospital & Health Centre

The Creston Valley Hospital & Health Centre is a Level 1 Community Hospital in the East Kootenay health service area. Located in Creston, south east B.C. between Osoyoos and Cranbrook, the hospital offers services including surgical, inpatient and emergency.
Community Health Centre offers a variety of services in one location. The types of services delivered depend on patient needs and on whether comparable services are available nearby. Centres that offer one type of specialized outpatient care procedure (such as eye surgery) are classified based on that service.

Hours for Creston Valley Hospital & Health Centre

Emergency Hours 

Daily: 24 hours

Visiting Hours

Daily: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Other Info: Number of visitors allowed at a time: 2

49.0971986, -116.5078743

Available Amenities

TVs Available
Public Telephones
Lost & Found
Gift Shop
Free Parking
Chapel and/or Spiritual Services
Wireless Internet Available


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Frequently Asked Questions

Wheel chair Accessible?


Parking Information?

Free Parking


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