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Pacific Northwest Patient Registry

Find a Family Doctor in Your Community The PACIFIC NORTHWEST PATIENT REGISTRY provides information on how to connect with a family doctor.  If you do not have a family doctor here in the Pacific Northwest, you can register yourself and your family members for a physician in the community in which you live.  Upon registering, you will receive an …

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Pathways Medical Care Directory – For Patients

Pathways Medical Care Directory​ THE PATHWAYS MEDICAL CARE DIRECTORY is a tool to support doctor-patient relationships. It improves health outcomes when patients receive care from their own doctors. This is a new province-wide public directory that helps people connect to care. It includes individual family doctor listings with information about their virtual care options plus which doctors are …

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Fetch

Pacific Northwest FETCH The Pacific Northwest FETCH site was created after local family physicians identified that many of their patients were uncertain which programs they could access in their community. The site is designed specifically for the communities of the Pacific Northwest in mind and its purpose is to support the people who live in this …

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Virtual Care

Virtual Care Support for Patients Below is a list of virtual care resources for patients, frequently asked questions, and other information to assist you with connecting with your doctor by telephone or video. Patient Resources for Zoom – Patient Voices Network Virtual Care for Patients FAQ – Doctors of BC Virtual Care for Patients FAQ – GPSC Preparing …

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Foundry BC Terrace

Foundry BC Terrace Young people aged 12-24 and their caregivers can use the app to drop-in or schedule a virtual counselling appointment, find peer support, join a youth group or caregiver group, or browse our library of tools and resources.  For more information and to download the app, please click HERE>

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Doctors of BC – Patient Resource

Doctors of BC Resources for Patients With COVID-19 vaccines currently being administered in BC, many of you have questions about the vaccine – who gets it and when; is it safe; is it effective and more. Doctors of BC has created a webpage, COVID-19 Vaccine – Answers for Patients in hopes that the information answers some of those questions, …

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Mental Health

Mental Health Resources for Patients Below is a list of Mental Health resources and supports to help you take care of yourself, as well as your family and friends. Empowering YOU – Building Resiliency for Kitimat youth ages 14-17 – BC Parks Online Mental Health Services for youth ages 12-24 – Foundry Terrace Online Mental Health Services for …

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Patient Travel

Patient Travel This guide was developed by the Northern Patient Travel Improvement Committee a team of patients, health researchers, and care providers in Northwestern BC.  This guide outlines resources that are available to individuals and families in Northwestern BC who need to travel out of their home community for medical care. Resources are listed by category: “transportation,” “accommodation,” and …

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Jordan’s Principle

Jordan’s Principle With COVID-19 vaccines currently being administered in BC, many of you have questions about the vaccine – who gets it and when; is it safe; is it effective and more. Doctors of BC has created a webpage, COVID-19 Vaccine – Answers for Patients in hopes that the information answers some of those questions, as we all wait …

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BC CDC Patient Resource

BC Centre for Disease Control The BC CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL provides information about COVID-19, how to protect yourself, your family and your community and what to do if you suspect you have the virus.  Non-medical information about COVID-19 is available 7:30am-8pm, 7 days a week at 1-888-COVID19 (1-888-268-4319).