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Part 2: Taking Care of Yourself as You Age - A Map to Navigate the Healthcare System

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Often we don’t know what resources and services are available and when it’s appropriate to access those services. We will provide resources, tips and contact information to help keep you well and at home as long as possible.

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Part 2: Taking Care of Yourself as You Age - A Map to Navigate the Healthcare System

  1. 1. Delta Hospital Foundation 5800 Mountain View Boulevard Delta, BC V4K 3V6
  2. 2. • Planning for the hospital began in the early 1960’s • In 1974, Delta Municipal Council and the Greater Vancouver Regional Hospital District (GVRHD) jointly purchased the land where Delta Hospital sits today. • Mountain View Manor, 75 bed extended care hospital opened in 1977 • Delta Hospital officially opened on September 5, 1980 History of Delta Hospital
  3. 3. Delta Hospital • A primary care, Level II community hospital • First point of contact for the community for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, and injury
  4. 4. • 24/7 Emergency Care • 3 Operating Rooms for Day Surgery • CT Scanner (64 slice) • 58 acute care beds • Endoscopy suite • Rapid Access Clinic • 92 bed Residential Care facility Delta Hospital Today
  5. 5. Delta Hospital Usage HOSPITAL USAGE 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-13 2013-14 Inpatient 3,047 3,122 3,527 3,455 3,583 Day Surgery 8,282 8,758 9,438 8,785 8,718 Emergency 26,581 29,476 31,342 30,568 31,170 Lab Tests - 480,818 500,207 497,506 508,451 Medical Imaging exams 42,900
  6. 6. • Delta Hospital was constructed in 1977 to support a population of 50,000; half of our 100,000 today • Given this, we partnered with Fraser Health on a analysis of the areas that experienced the greatest health care demand - The High Level Concept Plan Delta Hospital: The Future
  7. 7. High Level Concept Plan 20 year vision for our community’s health care
  8. 8. Master Concept Plan 20 year vision for our community’s health care • Short Term (1-5 years) Phase 1 Medical Imaging expanded to accommodate larger workloads Laboratory expanded to accommodate larger workloads • Medium to Long Term (6 – 20+ years) Residential Care replacement (Mountain View Manor) Community Health Centre Sterile Processing and Distribution services renovated & expanded to meet regional standards Increase medical beds from 50 to 108 A telemetry unit (remotely monitor vital signs of ambulatory patients) Surgical Daycare program expanded (growth) Mental health program (beds) added The Plan
  9. 9. High Level Concept Plan: Phase I • Renovation, reconfiguration and expansion of Diagnostic Services to meet the projected demand and incorporate best practices • The result would be services that are capable of meeting the anticipated increase in health care demand through to 2030
  10. 10. Laboratory In 2012 • 50,725 patient were seen in our lab • 1.2 million tests were performed • Over 220,000 were public drop-in tests
  11. 11. Medical Imaging • Imaging Tests – Mammography – Ultrasound – X-Ray – Fluoroscopy – CT Scan
  12. 12. The Future: Phase 1
  13. 13. Peter C. & Elizabeth Toigo Diagnostic Services Building ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING: Northeast View
  14. 14. Peter C. & Elizabeth Toigo Diagnostic Services Building ARCHITECTURAL RENDERING: Northeast ViewARCHITECTURAL RENDERING: Northwest View
  15. 15. Fraser Health: Snapshot Fraser Health We serve more than 1.6 million people including residents from Burnaby to Hope to Boston Bar Our communities Approximately 38,100 First Nations people, associated with 32 bands Diverse multicultural population Our services $3.3 billion annual operating budget (2014/15) 12 acute care hospitals Outpatient care and surgery centre 7,760 residential care beds Mental health care, public health, home and community care Our People 22,000 staff 2,500 physicians 6,500 volunteers
  16. 16. Fraser Health: Snapshot Daily statistics • 42 babies born • 900 childhood immunizations • 125 hearing evaluations • 1,208 Emergency Department visits • 2,065 patients in acute care beds • 457 patients have surgery • 290 clients in adult day programs • 630 home care nursing visits • 7,760 residents in long term care facilities • 740 clients access mental health community services • 1,547 mental health residents and 371 clients in addictions/treatment housing • 27 deaths
  17. 17. Fraser Health Acute Centres
  18. 18. Master Concept Plan 20 year vision for our community’s health care• Resources
  19. 19. Resources
  20. 20. Thank you! Veronica Carroll, Executive Director Delta Hospital Foundation 604-940-9695 veronica.carroll@dhfoundation.ca Lisa Hoglund, Major Gifts Manager Delta Hospital Foundation 604-940-9695 lisa.hoglund@dhfoundation.ca If you have any questions, please contact us! We’re here to help!
  21. 21. RESULTS: HEALTHY & GROWING

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