Westside health centre renovated

A community health centre on the Westside will be closed for renovations for the next week.

  • Feb. 11, 2011 11:00 a.m.

A community health centre on the Westside will be closed for renovations for the next week.

The Westbank Health Centre, at 2300 Carrington Rd., is slated to close until Feb. 21 for renovation work.

Crews are replacing flooring throughout the main floor.

Community care and prevention appointments and clinics have been rescheduled, and clinics for community ambulatory treatment clients are being held at the Capri Centre in Kelowna from Feb. 11 to Feb. 21.

The Westbank centre covers services formerly considered public health, such as immunization clinics, dental services, school and pregnancy health. It also serves as a base for home care services and diabetic education sessions.

Those wishing to make community care appointments for after the Westbank centre re-opens can call 250-980-1400.

For those wanting to make a promotion or prevention appointment at the centre, or who has a related question, call 250-980-5150.

Just Posted

Jumper cables ignite small car fire

Fire crews quickly put out a car fire in Rutland Wednesday afternoon

Central Okanagan residents urged to chip it, not chuck it

Plans already in place to dispose of Christmas trees after the upcoming holiday

Outbreak affects eight people in Vernon

UPDATE: Gastrointestinal illness reported at Vernon Jubilee Hospital

Ice fishing returns to Lake Country

The annual Learn to Ice Fish event takes place at Beaver Lake

Me Too At Work: Sexual assault and harassment in the B.C. workplace

Introducing an in-depth look at who is affected and what can be done

Bomb detonated in Kamloops neighbourhood

Kamloops RCMP are investigating after an improvised explosive device was detonated Wednesday morning

No More Shootouts: Strong defence will be Canada’s backbone at world juniors

Head coach doesn’t want a situation where a hot goalie or a lucky bounce can determine a team’s fate

Big White fire department given seasons passes

Members of the Work Experience Program were given passes by the resort

‘Assemble your own meal’ kits grow into $120M industry in Canada

Kits offer a middle ground between eating out and grocery shopping

Millennials closing in as B.C.’s biggest wine drinkers

Generation X leads the way in current consumption of B.C. wine, as more wine drinkers are enjoying local varietals

Canadians lag behind Americans in giving to charity

Only one-in-five Canadians donated to charities in 2017

B.C. children adoption rates lagging, despite increased funding: watchdog

More than 1,000 children are still waiting to be adopted, new report shows

Hurdles ahead for Sicamous off-road vehicle bylaw

RCMP, ICBC and province not yet on-board with district

Most Read