Single Site Staffing

News and Updates

Read on for contact information, links, and resources about single site staffing orders related to COVID-19. 


Important Links & Contact Information

BC Health Staffing

BC Health Staffing Website

Office of the Provincial Health Officer - Single Site Staffing Initiative Website

Help Desk E-Mail Address

E-mail the BC Health Staffing office at help@bchealthstaffing.ca

Regional Working Group 

Single Site E-mail Address 

Send an e-mail to the Regional Working Group at singlesite@islandhealth.ca

Single Site Manager Contact

Send an e-mail to the Single Site Manager at Kyla.Nichol@islandhealth.ca

HEABC (Health Employers Association of BC)

HEABC Contact

Contact the HEABC at laa@heabc.bc.ca 

Island Health 

Island Health Licensing Officers 

Find contact information for Island Health Licensing Officers 


Resources and Documents 

Communications 

Employee Report - June 1, 2020

MHO Order - Facilty Staff Assignment List - May 29, 2020

MHO Order - Facility Staff Assignments - May 22, 2020

Single Site List and Staffing Dashboard - May 20, 2020

Single Site List - May 1, 2020

Orders and Framework 

MHO Order - March 20, 2020

PHO Order - March 26, 2020

Single Site Transfer Framework - April 10, 2020

PHO Order (April 15, 2020)

MHO Order - May 22, 2020


 

 

News & Events

Child and mother

Children under five years now eligible to register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Beginning August 2, 2022, all people over the age of six months in B.C. can now receive protection against the COVID-19 virus, following Health Canada’s approval of the vaccine specifically formulated for children between the ages of six months and five years old.

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Picture of Olivia Gooch

Preventing long COVID in children a cause for vaccination

When 8 year old Olivia Gooch tested positive for COVID-19 in early January 2022, her parents expected the illness would be mild, as it often is in children. However, after 10 days Olivia’s condition still included a severe dry cough, shortness of breath, fatigue and a low-grade fever. 

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A Family Tradition: Three Generations of Nursing Care

A Family Tradition: Three Generations of Nursing Care

Donna McLeod, Shelley McLeod-Garner and Michelle King share something beyond genes.

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