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An urgent care centre is up and running at Surrey Memorial Hospital, and re-booking surgery's cancelled by Monday's flood is underway.
BC's Health Minister says all the hospital's operating rooms are in back in operation, after 108 surgeries were cancelled because of the damage.
Speaking on the Bill Good show, Margaret MacDiarmid says the Fraser Health authority hasn't said exactly what the time line for catching up on cancelled surgeries will be.
"Arrangements are being to get those 108 surgeries rebooked and I think every single patient if they haven't already been contacted they will be"
Fraser Health says until the E-R re-opens in two weeks up to 180 people a day can be cared for at the temporary urgent care centre at the Jim Pattison centre.