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The Tri-Cities Health Services covers the communities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Belcarra, and Anmore. See the community profile.

Eagle Ridge Hospital | Public Health | Mental Health and Addictions | Home Health | Residential Care | Ways to Give

Eagle Ridge Hospital

Eagle Ridge Hospital opened its doors in 1984 and since has earned a reputation as a leader in providing innovative programs and quality care while striving to incorporate technological changes.

The hospital provides emergency, ambulatory, long-term care and acute care programs under the auspices of Fraser Health and is a centre of excellence for elective surgery for urology, gynaecology, plastics and orthopaedics. The hospital also offers public education clinics for asthma, diabetes, rehab services and programs for cardiology, children's grief recovery, youth crisis response and early psychosis prevention.

  • 24/7 Emergency
  • Crossroads Inlet Centre Hospice
  • Elective inpatient and day surgery
  • Endoscopy
  • Early psychosis management and youth crisis response
  • Children's grief recovery
  • Outpatient clinics for asthma and diabetes
  • Laboratory services
  • Surgical daycare
  • Minor surgical and medical procedures
  • Pre admission clinic
  • Post anesthesia recovery room
  • Regional referral centre for rehabilitation for people recovering from stroke, brain injuries, heart attacks, and amputations
  • Diagnostic services - general radiography, fluoroscopy, ultrasounds, Doppler, and CT

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Public Health

Fraser North Medical Health Officer: Dr. Gillian Arsenault

  • Communicable disease control and immunizations
  • Maternal and child health
  • Enhanced pneumococcal and meningococcal vaccines delivery
  • Child family health
  • Adult health - health information

Click here for more Public Health information.

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Mental Health and Addictions Services

...provides residential care, supported housing, outpatient treatment,
and community support for adults and seniors. Services are provided in
individual's homes, community agencies and residential facilities. Click here for more on Fraser Health's Mental Health and Addictions services.

Fraser Valley/West Coast Mental Health Support Team

These community mental health teams provide psychiatric and behavioral services to individuals with developmental disabilities (IQ of 70 or below) throughout the Lower Mainland. The focus is on assessment, diagnosis and treatment until the individual is stable.

West Coast Mental Health Support Team: 604-660-0786
Fraser Valley Mental Health Support Team: 604-777-8475

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Home Health and Home Support Services

  • Home Nursing Care
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Home IV
  • Home care services during evenings and weekends expanded to further support end of life care
  • Meal Program and Adult Day Centre services delivered under
  • Case management
  • Health Services for Community Living

Click here for more on Home and Community Care.

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Residential Care Services

  • Belvedere Care Centre - 37 beds*
  • Burquitlam Lions Care - 76 beds
  • Cartier House - 78 beds
  • Dufferin Care Centre - 128 beds*
  • Foyer Maillard - 45 beds
  • Lakeshore Care Centre - 89 beds*
  • Hawthorne Care Centre - 125 beds

* also has privately funded complex care beds on site

Click here for more on Residential Care.

Eagle Ridge Manor

Eagle Ridge Manor offers 24-hour care in a home-like environment to 75 residents. Our philosophy of care and services are reflected in respecting the uniqueness and values of each resident, maintaining resident abilities, optimizing resident choices and promoting quality of life.

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Ways to Give

Donating to Eagle Ridge Hospital is an investment in the future. To inquire, please telephone David Clark, the Foundation Director at 604-469-3206. Click here for more on the Foundation.

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