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Primary Care

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This new electronic care-planning tool developed in Fraser Health helps doctors and patients plan care and manage chronic medical conditions. Information can be shared between the patient, doctor and the other health providers involved in care.  Learn more about myHEALTHPlan.

2010 Primary Care Forum

Second Annual Primary Care Forum for the advancement of integration of primary and community care. Conference presentations available for download.
Quick facts: Primary health care in the Fraser Health region

Fraser Health collaborates closely primary care providers to develop new systems and programs to support high-quality patient care in the community.

  • 1435+ Family Physicians and Specialists and 12 Nurse Practitioners in Fraser Health, in 20 communities
  • Also working in Primary Care: public health staff, community nurses, midwives, pharmacists, mental health professionals, clinical counsellors, physiotherapists, home and community care workers, mental health specialists, dieticians, community organizations and more

Integration of primary and community care

BC’s health authorities are in the process of building an ‘integrated system of primary and community care,’ so that British Columbians to have the majority of their needs met by high-quality, community-based health care and support services.

One of the ways we will achieve this is through the creation of integrated health networks in all of our communities over the next five years. This involves building a team of integrated professionals, who come together with family doctors to support people who are living with complex or chronic health conditions.  This work also involves:

Professionals: Why practice primary care in Fraser Health?

Learn about the lifestyle, opportunities and innovation that this profession brings.

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