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Surrey

Surrey is one of Canada’s fastest growing cities and its land mass makes it one of the largest cities in the province, equal to the size of Vancouver, Richmond and Burnaby combined.
 
Known as the City of Parks, Surrey has over 6,000 acres of parkland and 15 golf courses and driving ranges. Also, despite rapid growth, Surrey has held onto the rural flavour of its past, with about 35 per cent of its land designated as agricultural and still actively farmed.

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Enveloping the majority of Metro Vancouver’s area south of the Fraser River, Surrey is Metro Vancouver’s gateway to Washington State to the south with bordering cities of Langley, Township of Langley and Delta on each side. Surrey is centrally located in the region with major access to communities north of the Fraser River and about 40 minutes (46 km) from Vancouver’s city centre.
Surrey is home to over 570,000 residents with a population projected to increase by more than 267,000 over the next 26 years.
Surrey is one of the largest industrial centres within British Columbia, with a growing high technology, clean energy, advanced manufacturing, health care, education, agriculture, film/television and arts sector.

There are several large employers based in Surrey with more than 1,000 staff across the province (Fraser Health being one of them).
With a few waterfront areas in the city, Surrey provides access to some of the areas most stunning beaches. Visit Crescent Beach for a variety of recreational activities from swimming to volleyball, or take the dogs for a swim at Blackie Spit Park. Stroll through the hundreds of city parks and trails, or explore the regular events and festivals at the Cloverdale Rodeo Grounds. With several retail shopping hubs, Surrey is home to multiple big-box stores and the some of the most well-known brand-names.
Surrey has the largest public-school district in British Columbia, including schools from kindergarten through grade 12, with a number of private schools in the area.

Home to a third Simon Fraser University campus and the main Kwantlen Polytechnic University campus, Surrey also has a number of private post-secondary intuitions offering vocational training.
To view all Fraser Health sites and facilities in Surrey, click here.
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Fraser Health region - Surrey, BC

Surrey Memorial Hospital

Surrey Memorial is a 610 acute care bed, University of BC Affiliated, regional referral and community teaching hospital that has the busiest emergency in BC.  We offer medical, surgical, neonatal intensive care, tertiary, ambulatory, cardiology, rehab, as well as 24/7 emergency services with 171,549 visits annually. The brand new ER includes a dedicated Pediatric Emergency Department, part of the state-of the art Critical Care Tower includes a dedicated perinatal centre, helipad and expanded ICU.

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Meet the Surrey Locals

Read what some of our employees living and/or working in the community have to say.

Meet Matthew, a Respiratory Therapist (RT) at Surrey Memorial Hospital. Read on as he tells us why he chose a career as an RT and what he loves most about his job.

“My mom is a health care worker and I look up to her. When I used to visit her at work I would think that it would be nice to have a job where I could also help people. Health care is a great career path – I really enjoy the variety of my job, along with the didactic learning opportunities. There are many professional and interpersonal skills that you can gain in this field. You can always learn and grow if you look for the opportunities.

With [Surrey Memorial Hospital] being a large site, I love that we still have that unified sense of community. A lot of us who work here reside in Surrey as well, and I think we carry that pride with us when we come to work.”

Interested in career opportunities as a Respiratory Therapist? Browse opportunities throughout the Fraser Health region.
Matthew, Respiratory Therapist at Surrey Memorial Hospital
Sources
City of Surrey, Population Estimates & Projections, 2021 (Retrieved from https://www.surrey.ca/business-economy/business-data/population-estimates-projections, February 2021)
Daily Hive, “14 things you might not know about Surrey” 2017, (Retrieved from https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/surrey-facts-trivia-interesting-things-2017, February, 2021)
*Reporting Library. Provided by Integrated Analytics, August 2019.