2017 Boundary Community Hospital Health Fair

Saturday, May 13, 2017
9 am to Noon at Boundary Community Hospital

Thank you to everyone who helped make this year’s Health Fair a success!

Health Fair


Your local health fair is a great place to explore local healthcare resources and find information to help folks stay active and healthy.  Boundary Community Hospital is hosting a Community Health Fair on Saturday, May 13 from 9 am to Noon.  It’s an excellent opportunity to visit the hospital, take advantage of free tests, visit with local health vendors, talk with local emergency services (including a peek into a Life Flight helicopter), and support local health-related non-profit organizations. This year there will be a special area with Time Sensitive Emergency exhibits featuring trauma, stroke and heart attack.

Highlights of the Boundary Community Hospital Health Fair include:

  • Learn more about the Hospital, Medical Laboratory, Diagnostic Imaging and Cardiopulmonary Departments, Community Clinics, Specialist Clinics, Nutrition Services, Infection Control, Acute Care, Post-Acute Swing Bed Unit, Extended Care Facility and Nursing Home
  • On-Site Health Screenings – Blood Pressure Check, Accucheck Instant Blood Sugar Test, and Hearing
  • Visit the Laboratory – be sure to pick up your coupons for
    • Free Hemoglobin A1C (Glycohemoglobin) Coupon ($38.00 Value) – see coupon for details
    • Free Lipid Profile Testing Coupon ($62.00 Value) – see coupon for details
  • Free information about Advance Directives – Your Right to Make Healthcare Decisions
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Visit the Rehabilitation Services department and talk with the Therapist and children can test themselves on the therapy course
  • Visit Diagnostic Imaging and see the state-of-the-art test equipment including the new Computerized Tomography (CT) scanner installed in summer 2016
  • Life Flight Network Helicopter Fly-In and Membership Information Booth
  • See Local Emergency Services including Boundary Ambulance, Bonners Ferry Fire Department, and US Forest Service
  • Learn more about resources available to the community including Elder Care, Social Services, Patient Outreach, In-Home Health Care Options, and Health Services
  • Over 40 vendors of health-related products and services

As a Critical Access Hospital we are often the first stop in an emergency situation, but our neighbors find that we offer much more to our Boundary County community. Find out for yourself.

Family Fun Run/Walk


Sponsored by the Hospital Emergency Department
3K, 5K, 10K Fun Run/Walk
Free 2017 Collector T-Shirt to first 70 registrants
7 am register; 8 am race

Team participation is encouraged. Get a group together and cheer each other on!
May 1 – Pre-Registration Begins. Entry forms available from Outpatient Services or download here. The first 70 people to register will receive a free collector T-shirt. T-shirts will also be available for sale on Race Day.

For pre-registration, send completed/signed forms before Noon on Thursday, May 11 to Boundary Community Hospital Community Relations or email lauren.k@bcch.org. Fun Run Packets for pre-registered runners can be picked up from the Community Relations office Wednesday (May 10) and Thursday (May 11) from 8:30 am through 4:00 pm or Friday (May 12) 8 am through Noon.

May 13 – Race Day. Race Day Registration and Check-in begins at 7:00 am by the Hospital Main Entrance on Kaniksu Street.
Start Time – 8:00 am Sharp. The race starts and finishes in front of the Hospital Emergency Entrance on Kaniksu Street. Water stations will be placed strategically around the course.
Anyone who participates in the race, whether you run or walk, must register and sign a liability release form. A parent or guardian must sign the release form for children under the age of 13.

Downloadable Maps

3K Route

5K Route

10K Route

Bike Rodeo

Sponsored by Boundary Community Clinics

NEW LOCATION – COMANCHE ST. by the Outpatient Services Lobby
9:30 am – 11:30 am

  • Rodeo course will be set up by the Outpatient Services lobby parking area off Comanche Street.
  • Learn safe riding tips
  • Bicycle Checkup and Clinic provided by Far North Outfitters in Bonners Ferry
  • Free Helmets for Kids – While They Last (Parents need to be present)*
    *Thank you to the Gladys E. Langroise Advised Fund, Idaho Community Grants program for the grant that funded the helmets for this year’s bike rodeo.