Island Health

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Island Health
Vancouver Island Health Authority logo.png
Motto Excellent health and care for everyone, everywhere, every time.
Formation 2001; 16 years ago (2001)
Type British Columbia Health Authority
CEO
Dr. Brendan Carr
Budget
$2 billion (CDN) (approx)
Staff
18,000 healthcare professionals, 1,900 physician partners, 6,000 volunteers
Website viha.ca

Vancouver Island Health Authority is the publicly funded health care provider in the westernmost area in the Canadian province of British Columbia. The region includes the communities of:

Hospitals and Health Centres 150 facilities include:

  • Bamfield Health Centre
  • Chemainus Health Care Centre
  • Campbell River & District General Hospital
  • Cormorant Island Health Centre
  • Cortes Health Centre
  • Cowichan District Hospital
  • Cumberland Health Centre (Laboratory Only)
  • Gabriola Medical Clinic
  • Galiano Island Health Care Centre
  • Gold River Health Centre
  • Hornby Island Medical Clinic
  • Kyuquot Health Centre
  • Lady Minto/Gulf Islands Hospital
  • Ladysmith Community Health Centre
  • Mayne Island Health Care Centre
  • Namgis Health Centre
  • Nanaimo Regional General Hospital
  • Pender Islands Bishop Coleman Memorial Health Centre
  • Port Alice Health Centre
  • Port Hardy Hospital
  • Port McNeill and District Hospital
  • Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health
  • Royal Jubilee Hospital
  • Saanich Peninsula Hospital
  • Saturna Island Medical Clinic
  • St. Joseph's General Hospital (Affiliate)
  • Sointula Health Centre
  • Tahsis Health Centre
  • Tofino General Hospital
  • Victoria General Hospital
  • Victoria Hospice (Palliative Care)
  • West Coast General Hospital
  • Zeballos Health Centre

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Other Health Authorities in British Columbia:

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