Fraser Health Authority
Fraser Health is one of six health authorities established by the government of British Columbia in December 2001. We serve 1.47 million people living in 20 municipalities plus two electoral areas (in the Fraser Valley Regional District) from Burnaby to White Rock to Hope, or one-third of the BC population.
As part of Fraser Health, Burnaby Hospital provides a wide range of integrated health care services to people living in Burnaby and the surrounding area.
3935 Kincaid Street
Burnaby, B.C. V5G 2X6
|Phone||(604) 434 4211|
Royal Columbian Hospital (RCH) has provided medical services for citizens of New Westminster for 135 years. With 390 beds, Royal Columbian Hospital provides obstetrics, paediatrics, psychiatry and emergency services. Emergency visits totaled over 65,000 last year. RCH is the sole provider in the Fraser Valley for angioplasty, tertiary level cardiac care, cardiac surgery, intensive care at the tertiary level, renal dialysis, a tertiary level special care nursery and trauma services.
|Main Address||Royal Columbian Hospital
330 E. Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.C. V3L 3W7
|Main Switchboard||(604) 520-4253|
Interior Health Authority
We deliver our programs and services to residents across BC's Southern Interior. We cover East Kootenay, Kootenay Boundary, the Okanagan and the Thompson Cariboo Shuswap areas.
Northern Health Authority
Northern Health is responsible for the delivery of health care across Northern British Columbia, including acute care, mental health, public health, addictions, and home and community care. The Authority was introduced on December 12, 2001, as part of the provincial government's health care restructuring. It combines 16 former health organizations into one unified body.
|Main Address||University Hospital of Northern British Columbia
Suite 300, 299 Victoria St
Prince George B.C. V2L 5B8
|Main Switchboard||(250) 565-2649|
Provincial Health Services Authority
PHSA provides province-wide specialized health services through its services and programs.
The BC Cancer Agency - along with seven other provincially mandated health care agencies - is a member of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA). The PHSA is responsible for governing, managing, and funding this group of health care agencies and services.
|Main Address||B.C. Cancer Agency
600 West 10th Avenue
Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 4E6
|Main Switchboard||(604) 877-6000|
British Columbia's Women's Hospital and Health Centre is part of the Children's & Women's Health Centre of British Columbia (C&W), which is made up of the B.C. Children's Hospital, B.C. Women's Hospital and Health Centre, and the Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children.
|Main Address||British Columbia's Women's Hospital & Health Centre
4500 Oak Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6H 3V4
|Main Switchboard||(604) 875-2424|
|Main Web Sites||www.bcwomens.ca
Vancouver Coastal Health Authority
We deliver our services to more than one million BC residents living in Vancouver, Vancouver's North Shore, Richmond, the Sea-to-Sky Highway, Sunshine Coast, Bella Bella, Bella Coola the Central Coast and the surrounding areas.
Lions Gate Hospital provides a full range of general and many specialized acute care services. A recognized trauma centre, the hospital has 268 beds, seven operating rooms, and a variety of diagnostic services and equipment. It is the fourth busiest hospital in Vancouver and one of only five neurosurgery centres in B.C.
Lions Gate Hospital
231 15th Street E
North Vancouver, B.C. V7L 2L7
|Phone||(604) 988 3131|
Powell River General Hospital is a 33-bed facility providing services that include surgery, endoscopy, ICU, obstetrics, in-patient psychiatry, oncology, emergency and diagnostic services.
Powell River General Hospital
5000 Joyce Avenue
Powell River, B.C. V8A 5R3
|Phone||(604) 485 3211|
Richmond Hospital, with 175 beds, is a large community hospital serving the needs of residents in Richmond, Delta, as well as travelers using the Vancouver International Airport and BC Ferries. Services provided at Richmond Hospital include Emergency, Ambulatory Care, Diagnostics, Intensive Care and Coronary Care, Maternity, Psychiatry and Surgery.
7000 Westminster Highway
Richmond, B.C. V6X 1A2
|Main Switchboard||(604) 278-9711|
St. Mary’s Hospital is an acute care, 44-bed facility located in Sechelt, British Columbia.
The hospital serves the 30,000 plus residents of the Lower Sunshine Coast, including the communities of the Traditional Territory of the Sechelt First Nations, Gambier Island, Hopkins Landing, Langdale, Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Wilson Creek, Davis Bay, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Pender Harbour and Egmont.
St Mary's Hospital
5544 Sunshine Coast Highway
British Columbia V0N 3A0
|Main Switchboard||(604) 885-2224|
St. Paul's Hospital is an acute academic and research hospital located in downtown Vancouver providing quaternary, tertiary and secondary care services.
|Main Address||Providence Health Care
1081 Burrard Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1Y6
|Main Switchboard||(604) 682-2344|
|Patient Telephone Service||(604) 684-6532|
Squamish General Hospital cares for the community of the wider Sea to Sky region.
Squamish General Hospital
38140 Behrner Drive
Squamish, BC V0N 3G0
|Main Switchboard||(604) 892-5211|
Vancouver Hospital & Health Sciences Centre is composed of four sites: Vancouver General Hospital, UBC Hospital, GF Strong Rehab Centre and George Pearson Centre. Now VHHSC is one of North America's leading health care centres with 1,900 beds, treating nearly 116,000 patients each year.
|Main Address||Vancouver Hospital & Health Sciences Centre
Gordon & Leslie Diamond Health Care Centre
6th floor, 2775 Laurel Street
Vancouver B.C. V5Z 1M9
|Main Switchboard||(604) 875-5508|
Vancouver Island Health Authority
More than 16,000 highly skilled health care professionals, technicians and support staff provide excellent care and service to people living within the Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA). As well, many contracted service partners provide direct health services and support to people across the authority.
VIHA is divided up into three health service areas (South, Central and North) to accommodate the diverse needs of our various communities. See Facilities for a breakdown of health facilities in each health service area.