medical devices

Providence Health Care has teamed up with partners, including Island Health, to launch the first remote cochlear implant (CI) mapping program for adults in British Columbia. Duncan’s Alan Holt was one of the first to test it out. (Submitted)

Road to hearing again takes an experimental detour for Vancouver Island man

Remote cochlear clinic offers shorter commute for patients like Duncan’s Alan Holt

 

Williams Lake physician Dr. Ivan Scrooby and medical graduate student Vionarica Gusti hold up the COSMIC Bubble Helmet. Both are part of the non-profit organization COSMIC Medical which has come together to develop devices for treating patients with COVID-19. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Group of B.C. doctors, engineers developing ‘bubble helmet’ for COVID-19 patients

The helmet could support several patients at once, says the group

 

Valley Toyota donated funds to the Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation on May 5, 2020. Pictured here (clockwise from bottom left) are: Dustin Scott, Sales Manager; Barbara Friesen, Controller; Michael Thomas, General Manager; Robert Beischer, Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation; Niels Larsen, Sales Manager; and Curtis Edwards, Fixed Operations Manager. (Submitted)

Donation made for Chilliwack’s newest hospital technology

Radiographic fluoroscopy will come with a total price tag of $1 million