An Open Letter To: Jim Sinclair, Board Chair Fraser Health Suite 400, Central City Tower 13450 – 102nd Avenue Surrey, BC. V3T 0H1 Re: Hospital Pay Parking Dear Mr. Sinclair, Three months ago we met to discuss the unacceptable practice
A Post By Guest Blogger and HospitalPayParking.ca Volunteer Kellie Callender One of the key things we can do right now to direct our shared path forward is share a bit about your own experience with hospital parking in B.C.
B.C. Budget 2019: Health care spending tops $21 billion a year The BC Finance Minister announced last week that our cash-hungry health care system will receive billions of dollars more in the next few years. Up to this point our
It’s been a busy few weeks for the campaign and support is coming in from all sides. A couple weeks ago I issued a press release based on my Freedom Of Information request that came through last month. The interest
Press Release For January 17, 2019 —————————————————————————————————————————————— The newly implemented contract ensures hospital patients will remain targets for financial exploitation by a system designed to maximize profit through violations. [DELTA] The profit-oriented hospital pay parking business operating at most BC
If there was one segment of our population that deserved to be granted preferential access to health care, it would be children. These are the members of society who are totally reliant on others when in need of medical aid.
Have you ever noticed the similarities between driving on to the parking lot at a shopping mall and a hospital? They both have multiple entry points for vehicles. They both contain large numbers of parking stalls. They both feature an
The City of Surrey has revised its parking policy around the perimeter of Surrey Memorial Hospital. This campaign promise translates into a real improvement in the lives of those that visit SMH to support friends and family receiving treatment. The
That’s the call to action for British Columbians who are demanding a reformed system of hospital parking. I started this blog and the accompanying website; hospitalpayparking.ca to create a virtual space to nail this abuse once and for all. The