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.

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