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Community Services

Resources our patients can access within our community

COVID-19 Vaccine: 

Seniors are now eligible for the vaccine. Click here to find more information 

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Lab Tests and Results

My eHealth

Access your lab results online as soon as they become available. 

  • Log-on to view your lab results here

  • More information here

LifeLabs Save My Spot

LifeLabs offers an online web resource and App to check wait times and add your name to the waitlist.

  • Find the app & web resource here

  • View the how-to instructions here

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HealthLink & Fraser Health

Some links that patients often need are listed here for your convenience. 

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Patient Resources on Pathways

Pathways is a locally maintained website that hosts all kinds of health information. Some of these resources include:

 

And many more

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Virtual Maternity Hub

Maternity providers in Tri-Cities and New Westminster have developed a website for prenatal and postnatal patients. The site includes prenatal classes, frequently asked maternity questions, delivery information, infant vaccinations, and more.​

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BC 211 Resource Search

BC 211 is a resource search service for metro Vancouver areas. Resources in your community can be easily located with a postal code search. Some of these resources include:

 

And many more

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Counselling

Get connected to a counsellor, online, over the phone, or in person, for free. Anyone feeling stress, anxiety, or just the need to talk to someone, is able to access our services to get connected with short-term virtual counselling. Click below to find more information:​

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Mental Health

Mental health resources online  

Apps
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Fraser Northwest Division Health Updates

The Fraser Northwest Division updates social media regularly with important health tips, blog posts, and community events in New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Belcarra, and Anmore. They also have a quarterly newsletter with programs and services in our community, many of which you can access for free.

Maternity Resources/Services

 
RCH and Delivery
 
Postpartum
 
Getting the Flu Shot
  • Flu vaccines are very important for pregnant women. Please see this video from the Royal Columbian Hospital about the reasons for getting a flu shot while pregnant. Click here to find a flu-clinic location near you.

 
Early Pregnancy Loss
  • This pamphlet will help answer questions you may have about miscarriages.

 
Genetic Screening - Aid to Decision Making
  • All pregnant women can have this test. The risk of Trisomy 21 increases with a woman’s age. Click here to view the FAQs and benefits/harms.

 
Iron in Foods
 
TdaP – Pertussis vaccine
  • The SOGC recommends immunization to be provided ideally between 21 and 32 weeks of gestational age. Pertussis, aka whooping cough, is a transmissible respiratory infection caused by the Bordetella pertussis bacterium. Click here to read more

 
GBS (Group B Strep) info for patients
  • GBS is a bacterium that can cause infection in both the mother and the baby. Click here to read the PDF with FAQs.

 
Fetal Movement Count Record
  • Monitor your baby's growth and your body's growth by trimester. Pregnancy will affect every part of who you are and those around you as your ever-changing body adapts. Click here

  • Record fetal movements - instructions and tracking calendar