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Messages of Thanks

PHSA’s provincial specialty health services help to improve the lives and health of people across British Columbia. If someone made a difference for you or your family through one of our agencies, programs or services, here is a chance to thank them.

Please Note: This form is not intended for the purposes of submitting a formal complaint. Please see the Compliment​s & Complaints page for more information.​​​​​

 

 

Carisa1228CarisaKevin and Laura were both amazing paramedics. My senior client fell in the HandyDART bus in August. They were gentle, patient, and kind while providing reassurance to my anxious client. They went above and beyond what their job requires them to do.18/09/2018 8:48:46 PMhttp://www.bcehs.ca/Lists/Thank a Paramedic/DispForm.aspx?ID=1228http://www.bcehs.ca
Pat91PatA note of thanks to the staff of the NICU who were there to care for our family during a very difficult time. Although the outcome of our stay was not as we hoped it might be, our appreciation for all you did for our precious twins will always be remembered. We are forever grateful for your constant care and compassion for all of the members of our family.17/09/2018 8:14:15 PMhttp://www.bcwomens.ca/Lists/ThankACareTeam_List/DispForm.aspx?ID=91http://www.bcwomens.ca
Ronald1227RonaldThree times in April and May I had to call 911. I thank the dispatchers and ambulance personnel who got me to the Royal Jubilee Hospital after the Oak Bay fire department resuscitated me with oxygen. I am recovering from a new strain of pneumonia and had hoped to write earlier to say thanks, but at age 87 my recovery is SLOW. You are wonderful!11/09/2018 11:55:38 PMhttp://www.bcehs.ca/Lists/Thank a Paramedic/DispForm.aspx?ID=1227http://www.bcehs.ca
Sherry1226SherryA heartfelt thank you to John (paramedic) and the unnamed driver of the ambulance that transported me to Ft. St. John Hospital on June 21,'18, following a motorcycle wreck 95 miles north of the city. I cannot thank you enough for taking such good care of me on that long painful ride. My partner often tells people that if you are going to wreck your bike, do it in Canada - the people are wonderful!10/09/2018 8:54:14 PMhttp://www.bcehs.ca/Lists/Thank a Paramedic/DispForm.aspx?ID=1226http://www.bcehs.ca
Sharon68SharonI would like to extend my appreciation to Dr. Christine Simmons. She took the time to explain my diagnosis as well as setting up referrals for other diagnostic tests and to see another oncologist. Her manner was very comforting as I start my journey with cancer treatment.10/09/2018 2:35:33 AMhttp://www.bccancer.bc.ca/Lists/ThankACareTeam_List/DispForm.aspx?ID=68http://www.bccancer.bc.ca
Carol-Ann1225Carol-AnnI'm a paramedic, and last night we had a patient with whom we could not communicate due to a language barrier. I want to give a huge shout-out to the dispatcher who happened to speak and write the language we needed. With the help of technology and an amazing dispatcher, we got to the bottom of it all. Love the amazing teamwork that goes on daily and nightly! Thank you!10/09/2018 2:07:57 AMhttp://www.bcehs.ca/Lists/Thank a Paramedic/DispForm.aspx?ID=1225http://www.bcehs.ca
Vj1224VjMy elderly mother had many calls to the ambulance service this past year. The paramedics didn't treat her like a bothersome old woman but were calm, thorough and reassuring. Paramedics, our unsung group of heroes, deserve better pay and working conditions. Where would we be without them? I wish to donate to a fund that assists paramedics in a time of need or to their children's camp.05/09/2018 11:06:29 PMhttp://www.bcehs.ca/Lists/Thank a Paramedic/DispForm.aspx?ID=1224http://www.bcehs.ca
Anonymous121AnonymousThank you to all NICU/Neurology/Cardiac Centre staff! More than two decades ago you made it possible for me to be here today. BC Children's and BC Women's gave me my life, and I am so lucky to have received amazing care over the years. 05/09/2018 4:35:51 AMhttp://www.bcchildrens.ca/Contact-Site/Lists/ThankACareTeam_List/DispForm.aspx?ID=121http://www.bcchildrens.ca
Christina1223ChristinaIt has been two and a half months since a stroke flattened me on a BC ferry. It was the calm and soothing voice of a wonderful paramedic by the name of Sue who kept me going until arriving at the hospital. I understand that it was a lot closer call then I would like to think, so thank you to Sue and the other quiet paramedic who must have been driving the ambulance who got me to safety! THANK YOU!03/09/2018 8:50:48 PMhttp://www.bcehs.ca/Lists/Thank a Paramedic/DispForm.aspx?ID=1223http://www.bcehs.ca

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