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🌟 From April 18 to 24, we celebrate National Volunteer Week – a time when we acknowledge and thank our volunteers for their time and efforts during the past year. Throughout the Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) region, our volunteers contribute countless hours to improving the health-care experience for our patients, residents, clients, their families and staff. - 📸 Pictured above: Top left: Mardi Read, Richmond Hospital Top right: Barbara Henning, COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Volunteer, PHSA Bottom left: Vivian Lucas, Vancouver Acute Bottom right: Winn Watts, Coastal - Learn about their selfless dedication by visiting www.vch.ca. - ❤️To our volunteers: your work brings meaningful changes to so many. Thank you for sharing your time, talent and kindness. Stay safe and thank you for volunteering! - #NVW2021 #VolunteersBringChange #volunteerweek #thankyou
Today we are excited to feature Rosie Colin Rincon, a health science professional (HSP) with the Case and Contact Tracing team in Vancouver. - “My job as an HSP in contact tracing entails supporting clients and my team by conducting case reports for clients who have contracted COVID-19 and tracing for any contacts who may be at risk of contracting the virus,” says Rosie. “As well, I help conduct symptom checks which entail calling clients to check-in and see how they are feeling and if they need any resources or support through their isolation.” - Every day, Rosie is inspired by her colleagues and the amount of effort they put into their roles. “It is exciting to be around so much motivation and momentum,” she says. “All my coworkers have portrayed so much strive, adaptability and compassion which has really built morale in the workplace.” She is also inspired by the clients she interacts with daily and how willing and appreciative their responses are to doing their part as well. “It is amazing how optimistic and persevering people can be when trying to reach a common goal and it is very inspiring to witness.” - She credits her incredible coworkers as they created a supportive environment, especially her pod leads and leadership team. “They are always looking for new and better ways to support the team and provide acknowledgment for our work. Everyone is eager and willing to help. Rosie notes that it is evident her well-being is genuinely cared for and that the compassion and care for the clients they support flows out to each other as well. - 🌟 Tap the link in our bio to learn more about Rosie's role on the case and contact tracing team.
Today we are excited to feature Francheska Mendoza, a licensed practical nurse (LPN) with the COVID-19 case and contact tracing team at Vancouver Coastal Health. - “The most enjoyable part of this job are the people I work alongside,” says Francheska. “The pod members, pod leads, and the management team are always so readily available to help in any situation. They’re such a fantastic support system in this job that can sometimes take an emotional toll.” - Francheska was motivated to apply as a case and contact tracer because she wanted to contribute to the fight against the pandemic within the community. “I work as an LPN in the hospital setting and have seen firsthand the unfortunate consequences that come from this virus to the person affected, as well as their loved ones. In applying for the COVID-19 case and contact tracing team, my goal was to help minimize the spread and prevent as many people as possible in having to experience the effects of this virus,” she says. - She tells us that the most exciting moments of her job are the cumulative moments of clearing people who had gone through such a terrible run with the virus, such as being hospitalized or being severely sick. “It was always exciting to deliver the good news they have been anticipating. It truly makes my week whenever I would hear their joy and excitement over the phone,” she says. - 🌟 Tap the link in our bio to read the rest of Francheska’s staff spotlight.
Did you know that Vancouver Coastal Health offers 100% employer-paid training and education for registered nurses? Meet Rebecca Jiang, a registered nurse in the PACU (Post Anesthetic Recovery Unit) at UBC Hospital. In 2018, she enrolled in the VCH sponsored training program to specialize in critical care nursing. - “I love being able to promptly address postoperative issues in a way that I wasn’t able to while working on the ward,” she says. “The critical care training program allowed me to have a deeper understanding behind the problems I see in patients, and I truly enjoy utilizing that critical thinking with a greater autonomy to help my patients improve.” - Rebecca always knew that she wanted to pursue further education after graduating with her RN designation. “When I found out about the VCH-sponsored critical care training program, I knew that was the next step for me,” she says. “I was encouraged to check out the PACU to expand my surgical knowledge as I had a medicine background, and I loved the idea of quickly stabilizing patients in a high-turnover environment.” - In alignment with VCH values (We Care for Everyone, We Are Always Learning, and We Strive for Better Results), Rebecca says the team is constantly learning and adjusting to new practice changes, evidence, and policies – all while striving for better patient results. “I appreciate that we have high standards and want to ensure we provide the best possible patient care.” - 🌟 Read the rest of Rebecca's staff spotlight by tapping the link in our bio.
Today we are pleased to introduce Nisha, Clinical Dietitian at both Vancouver General Hospital (VGH) and Lions Gate Hospital (LGH). Nisha works as in a casual position, which requires her to be flexible and adapt her practice to a wide variety of different and complex clinical areas. In her role, Nisha identifies the nutrition needs of her patients, advocates for appropriate nutrition interventions and implements evidence-based nutrition care strategies to support patients in their recovery. Nisha was eager to apply for her current role at VCH after completing her dietetic practice education where she worked in multiple care units at VGH and LGH. “I was inspired by the work of my then preceptors, now colleagues, and was eager to continue learning from them as a new dietitian. The community at Vancouver Coastal Health felt very welcoming and supportive, I am glad to have become part of it as I begin my career” says Nisha. Click the link in our bio to keep reading Nisha's staff spotlight and learn more about the current career opportunities we have for dietitians at Vancouver Coastal Health! 🌟
🚨 NEW Training Opportunities for Registered Nurses 🚨 Expand your nursing career with 100% employer-paid education and training! Vancouver Coastal Health has exciting opportunities to train to work the following specialty units: ✔️ Dialysis ✔️ Perinatal ✔️ Pediatrics ✔️ Emergency ✔️ Operating Rooms ✔️ ICU – Intensive Care Unit ✔️ Cardiac Catheter Laboratory ✔️ PACU – Post Anesthesia Care Unit ✔️ BTHA – Burns Trauma High Acuity ✔️ and more! Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Click the link in our bio to learn more about these exciting training opportunities and apply today.
It’s been just over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared in BC and much has changed over the last year. With that, we wanted to take time to reflect on the hard work and dedication of our employees on the front lines of fighting the pandemic. - Today we are pleased to introduce Suzanne, Registered Nurse at the YVR COVID Test Collection Site. Suzanne’s role involves screening potential clients to determine their eligibility to be tested for COVID-19 and also testing those eligible clients. Previously, Suzanne had been an Educator for years and enjoys that she gets to put those skills to use by orienting new staff at the Test Collection Site. - To further aid in fighting the pandemic, Suzanne has also begun a new role immunizing clients with the COVID-19 vaccine when she is not working at the Test Collection Site. - Click the link in our bio to learn more about Suzanne and her role. And join us in thanking her and all frontline health care workers for their hard work and dedication! 🌟
Waiting in a lineup isn't a particularly exciting proposition, even if it is for a COVID-19 vaccine. But for residents in Powell River, the wait for a shot in the arm is music to the ears. - Since the public immunization program rolled out in the Coastal community last week, people waiting at the Powell River Recreation Complex at opening time have been treated to the sounds of the cello from the finger tips of world-renowned maestro Arthur Arnold, the music director of the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. - Arthur, who lives part-time in Powell River, said he heard about the need for volunteers at the vaccine clinic and wanted to be part of the effort in his own way. - “I always try to use music as a communication to connect people and make them feel better," he said. “I think that's our main task, to give and connect people through music." - At 9 a.m., when the clinic opens, Arthur sets up his cello and a chair by the front entrance, performing for folks waiting to get inside for their vaccine. Depending on the weather, he'll play for about 20 minutes from his cello repertoire, be it sonatas, concertos and pieces written for the instrument. He's hoping to play every weekday for the next month. He's also volunteering inside the clinic where needed. - Arthur, who is also the co-founder and artistic director of the Pacific Region International Summer Music Academy (PRISMA) Festival, got inspired to volunteer from fellow cello player and PRISMA board member Mélie DeChamplain, Director for Powell River for the Coastal Community of Care. - While the pandemic has been a forced sabbatical for Arthur, who normally keeps a frantic travel schedule around world, it has given him a chance to take a pause. He's been able to practice on his cello every day, something he hasn't done for two decades. The break has also given Arthur the opportunity to give back to the community that's now become his second home. - “I hope the little bit I can give helps people and gives them a little ray of light," he said.
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