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Thirty-two years ago, at just 44 years old, James encountered an unthinkable accident at work where he was crushed by a steel loading dock. He spent 3 months in the hospital, and was thankful to be alive.

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James Nora

Baby Norah Receives Help from RIH and Community Health Services

"It can be overwhelming when you first take your newborn baby home. Why is she crying? Am I doing something wrong?"

-Amanda McDonald

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She Survived A Plane Crash and is Thankful for Everyday

"Thanks to the people, I like the staff at RIH, I have so much to look forward to in this life."

-Janelle Johansson

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Clinton Family Welcomes Twins Sooner Than Expected

"The staff care so much for the babies and families. I was never worried about leaving the girls with them. I knew Sophia and Ella were not only receiving amazing medical care, but there were also getting cuddles and love!"
-Jennifer Bolster, twins' mother

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Cody’s Recovery

On October 4, 2012, 27 year old Cody Shmoorkoff was travelling home from with with his boss and a co-worked outside of Kamloops when their truck left the road and rolled 200 feet down an embankment.

His injuries were serious. Cody was at RIH for over three months receiving care.

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RIH Patient Gives Back

"There were countless times that staff stayed late to comfort a terminal patient. The crisis situations that I witnessed where physicians and nurses conveyed only positive reassurance to patients and family during a very stressful time."
-Peter Cameron-Inglis, greatful patient

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