Pre-arranged transportation to surrounding communities for medical care and appointments fills a need and creates a solution.
Innovations Tagged With:
Non Emergency Transport
Fire fighters from First Nations community responds with ambulance as part of a respectful relationship and understanding of cultural safety for their First Nations community.
A First Nation’s Band provides financial support to families in need of medical care outside of their community.
Hornby Island creates green wristbands and travel packets for locals needing emergency travel to urban centres, assisting them with needed information and resources to return home safely.
Community Care Transit allows community members to travel to and return from Vancouver, providing direct and reliable access to care.
Ashcroft Works With BC Transit, Interior Health and Neighbouring Communites to Make Accessable Transport a Reality
Access to specialist and medical appointments made possible through scuccessful, scheduled BC Transit route traveling from Ashcroft and neighbouring rural communities to Kamloops and back.
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