Northern Health connections program to run on modified schedule starting late December

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Northern Health will be running a modified schedule for the Northern Health Connections program starting late December due to a reduction in demand for health care appointments over the holidays.

Northern Health Connections provides transportation to clients that are travelling to non-emergency health services that are located outside of their community. A number of routes connect communities across northern B.C., as well as services 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.”

To view the schedule of connections and when the final routes of 2016 will take place and when the first routes of 2017 will commence, visit:

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The connections booking centre will be closed on holidays (December 26th, and January 2nd) but will be open on regular business days.

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