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Fraser Health says progress has made after the Health Ministry issued a directive for improvements to be made in five areas of care within 150 days.
Then-Health Minister Mike Dejong issued the directive back in June.
Fraser Health says the targets set out have been met in three areas -- and says there has been improvement in the other two.
In a report, the authority says the number of patients being treated in non-clinical care locations, like hallways, has been reduced by 60%.
The rate of c-difficile infection has been reduced by almost 40 percent.
One of the areas still needing improvement -- is reducing the average length of stay -- that's been reduced to 8.1 days from 8.4.
The target was 7.9.