A GP for Me: Building Stronger Primary Care in B.C. Communities
Divisions of Family Practice, together with health authorities and local partners, are working in communities across the province to improve local primary health care. This includes participation in A GP for Me, a joint effort of the Government of BC and Doctors of BC, and one part of an integrated approach to provide primary health care services for all British Columbians.
Together we are working to provide more accessible, effective, patient-focused health care, so that patients achieve their best possible health close to home.
June 11, 2016: In 2013, the B.C. government made a bold pledge to match every British Columbian with a family doctor by 2015. I was surprised when I considered the size of this endeavour. But we...Read more
May 5, 2016: A total of 103,000 vulnerable patients have been matched with a doctor so far under A GP for Me. Another 60,000 people were attached to new doctors when their GPs retired or left their...Read more