Langley News

Patients in Langley and across the region will benefit from increased access to MRI exams and shorter wait times when the first-ever MRI for Langley Memorial Hospital opens mid-summer 2020.
New emergency department at Langley Memorial Hospital will be more than three times the size of the current department and is designed to better support and care for patients and families who require emergency care.
Minister of Health, Adrian Dix
People will have better access to emergency services at Langley Memorial Hospital as construction has officially started on an expanded emergency department.
High five hand in the air
This week's high fives go to our wonderful staff at Abbotsford Regional, Langley Memorial, Royal Columbian, Surrey Memorial Hospitals and Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre.
High five hand in the air
This week's high fives go to our amazing people at Chilliwack General, Eagle Ridge, Langley Memorial, Peace Arch and Royal Columbian Hospitals.
Minister of Health Adrian Dix, MLA Jagrup Brar and Office of the Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie at the funding announcement.
Seniors in Delta, Langley and Surrey are benefiting from more than $12.8 million in 2018-19 funding to increase staffing levels and ensure that seniors get the care they need in long term homes.
Dr. Sharon Vipler
Three new opioid agonist treatment (OAT) clinics are now open in Langley, South Surrey/White Rock, and Port Moody.
High five hand in the air
This week’s kudos go out to our wonderful employees at Abbotsford Regional, Chilliwack General, Fraser Canyon, Langley Memorial, Peace Arch and Surrey Memorial hospitals.
Humans of Fraser Health Martin Lavoie
“Public health fits who I am: we’re all about relationships. In my field, we diagnose the community, then work with municipalities, non-profits, schools and others to nudge people to be healthy.”
High five hand in the air
This week's high fives go to our amazing people at Langley Memorial and Royal Columbian Hospitals.
Taylor Buis, Substance Use Clinician
"There are often misconceptions about people who use substances and how best to support them. But there are multiple pathways into substance use, no one client is the same.”
"I’ve witnessed and experienced violence too – I was a new graduate caring for a patient with dementia – it was scary; I didn’t know what to do. If only I’d known then what I know now."
Hannah Varto
“At The Embrace Clinic – an outreach medical service for survivors of violence such as sexual assault or partner violence – I treat women who have never had their sexual health taken seriously. That’s really sad.”
Advance Care Planning team
This team has proven that by working together, communities can prepare residents to have important conversations about the future.
High five hand in the air
The week's kudos to to our amazing employees at Langley Memorial, Surrey Memorial, Ridge Meadows and Abbotsford Regional Hospitals.
Health care provider taking notes while talking to a young girl
Fraser Health partners with BC Housing to launch a new Intensive Case Management (ICM) team in Langley to support people with severe substance disorders.
Nurse talking to the senior while the senior is smiling
Fraser Health has added in an additional 18 publicly funded long term care beds in the Langley area.
Render of Langley Memorial Hospital emergency department
Health care in the Langley region is getting a boost with the Province approving the business plan for the expansion of Langley Memorial Hospital's emergency department.
Open Naloxone Kit
Fraser Health is implementing temporary overdose prevention services in Langley, Abbotsford and Maple Ridge today.