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Langley

Located in the heart of the Fraser Valley, Langley is recognized as the valley’s designated wine country and the horse capital of British Columbia. Its seven unique communities have quickly grown into one thriving city offering all the amenities of a major bustling urban centre, all while preserving its hometown country roots.

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The City of Langley and Township of Langley are two bordering municipalities grown together, east of the city of Surrey and centrally located between the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley economic regions. Located on the south side of the Fraser river with easy access to major highways, and approximately 45 minutes (47 km) from Vancouver’s city centre, Langley also borders Washington state, USA to the south.
The City of Langley alone has a population of only 27,000. Including the Township of Langley and its populous rural suburban neighbourhoods, the entire Langley area is home to nearly 160,000 people. Langley, and its inclusive communities, have the fastest growing population in the Lower Mainland and Greater Vancouver areas.
Langley is well known for farming, agriculture and food production. While more recently, the industrial and manufacturing sectors are increasingly moving out to the Langley areas from the city. Land development (construction), air transportation, education, film/television, retail and health care are also well-established and thriving industries.
The luxury of being two places (two municipalities) at once is that there are plenty of options from the bustling urban centre to an escape at a tranquil equestrian center. Visit Fort Langley, the Birthplace of British Columbia, explore numerous walking and biking trails throughout the city, visit the Greater Vancouver Zoo, or attend a Vancouver Giant’s game at the Langley Events Centre.
Langley City and the Township of Langley have a number of public and private schools from kindergarten through to grade 12.

Langley is home to two degree-granting institutions, Trinity Western University and Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and a number of continuing education and workplace skills training programs.
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Langley Memorial Hospital

Langley Memorial Hospital is a community hospital with 188 acute beds offering medical, surgical, obstetrics, pediatrics, psychiatry, critical care, ambulatory care as well as 24/7 emergency services with 47,952 visits annually.

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Langley Memorial Hospital is undergoing several development projects to upgrade and expand their facilities and services. Projects include an emergency department expansion (to three times its current size), significant infrastructure upgrades in other areas of the hospital and the addition of the hospital’s first MRI suite.

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"I like working in Langley Memorial Hospital because of the people I worked with. Being a foreigner in this wonderful land I didn't get treated as a stranger at all. Everyone I worked with, from the managers, surgeons, anesthetists, nurses and to all auxiliary personnel, is just awesome! The mixture of surgical cases we do allows you to acquire broad areas of expertise. Also, all this surgeries we do don't usually cause so many anxieties in general when compared to operating on a Ruptured Aneurysms, which by the way we don't do in this nice community hospital. I'm happy doing what I love doing in LMH OR".

OR RN, Langley Memorial Hospital
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Langley City, corporate website, 2021, (Retrieved from https://city.langley.bc.ca/cityhall/about-langley, February 2021)
Township of Langley, Business Industry, 2021 (Retrieved from https://invest.tol.ca/work/business-industry/ February 2021)
Rennie & Associates Realty Ltd., Top 5 Fastest Growing Cities in the Lower Mainland, 2017 (Retrieved from https://rennie.com/rennie-post/fastest-growing-cities-lower-mainland#:~:text=Main%20Navigation&text=According%20to%20the%20latest%202016,North%20Vancouver%2C%20and%20Maple%20Ridge., February 2021)
*Reporting Library. Provided by Integrated Analytics, August 2019.