Northern B.C. medical bus schedule changes for holiday season

the Northern Health Connections program will run on a modified schedule beginning in late December.

Due to reduced demand for health care appointments over the holiday season

Due to reduced demand for health care appointments over the holiday season, the Northern Health Connections program will run on a modified schedule beginning in late December.

NH Connections provides transportation for clients travelling to non-emergent health services outside their home communities. A variety of routes connect communities across northern B.C., along with service to Vancouver.

Starting December 20th the NH Connections buses will begin their last routes for 2016. Regular routes will resume the week of January 2nd, 2017.

The NH Connections booking centre will be closed on statutory holidays (December 26th, and January 2nd), but open on regular business days. Full details on the NH Connections holiday schedule and other program information are available through the booking centre at 1-888-647-4997; via e-mail at NHConnections@northernhealth.ca; on www.nhconnections.ca.

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