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Future Use of the Slocan Site

Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children has moved into a state-of-the-art facility at the BC Children’s Hospital campus on Oak Street in Vancouver.
To learn more about the new Sunny Hill facility, see Sunny Hill’s New Home

The Provincial Government has announced that it will continue the legacy of children's health care services on the Slocan site. For more information about their announcement please visit https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2020HLTH0260-001576

The new facility will serve children with complex care needs - children with multiple and complex health issues.

Children with chronic, complex medical needs require a range of healthcare supports so their families can care for them at home; avoiding extended or repeated hospital stays. 

The proposed new first-of its-kind facility in BC will be a stepping stone between acute hospital care and care at home by parents or caregivers, delivering an innovative province-wide service that connects patients, families, and community care providers with multi-disciplinary healthcare teams.

The business-plan phase will now get underway and finalize details such as the project scope and budget. Business planning normally takes 12-18 months. Upon approval of the business plan, the project will proceed to procurement and then construction.

For questions about the future use of the Slocan site, email: slocaninfo@phsa.ca

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