June 14, 2024


We Do Fine Home

Fraser Health welcomes back housekeeping service workers

Rick Glumac, MLA Port Moody-Coquitlam –

“I know how tricky the past two decades of the pandemic have been on our overall health-care vendors and British Columbians seeking care. These issues have impacted us all. I am happy our govt is using action to address these difficulties. By bringing housekeeping personnel again in-household at Eagle Ridge Hospital, we can continue to supply the large good quality of care that the people in our group are entitled to.”

Anne Kang, MLA for Burnaby-Deer Lake and Minister of State-of-the-art Education and Capabilities Training –

“I am thrilled to see Fraser Health choose action to boost its supply of wellbeing care. This challenge gives much more alternatives for British Columbians to access extensive-term occupations in the rising Fraser region, and much more importantly it is a further phase towards our goal of supplying prime high quality care provincewide. I search forward to the future get the job done to arrive.”

Jennifer Whiteside, MLA for New Westminster and Minister of Schooling and Baby Care –

“Health treatment is a critical element of our local community and lots of men and women who do the job at Royal Columbian Healthcare facility also stay in New Westminster. Bringing contracted services back beneath the immediate command of Fraser Wellness restores superior-good quality employment and dignity to overall health-care personnel, builds a more powerful health-treatment team and final results in better treatment and companies for everyone in our local community.”

Dr. Victoria Lee, president and CEO, Fraser Health –

Devoted staff and clinical personnel are the backbone of our well being process. I am happy to welcome housekeeping staff again to the Fraser Well being household in which they will carry on to enjoy a critical purpose in supporting our sufferers, purchasers, and inhabitants. I want to get this prospect to also accept their substantial contributions all through our reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Meena Brisard, secretary-organization manager, Clinic Employees’ Union (HEU) –

“HEU users are very pleased to be reunited as a workforce under Fraser Overall health authority. Like all wellbeing-care workers, housekeepers and foods-provider personnel are crucial to client basic safety and care. Their return to in-house reverses two many years of privatization that fragmented our health and fitness-treatment program and devastated the lives of hundreds of mostly racialized and ladies workers.”

Ma Luz Williams, housekeeping aide at Royal Columbian Hospital considering that 2006 –

“I’m so enthusiastic. My colleagues and I are pleased mainly because we will obtain a residing wage, a pension plan, new uniforms and extra help for our overall health as Fraser Well being staff. We have seemed ahead to this adjust.”