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Vancouver Island Health Authority   
http://www.viha.ca/

The Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) provides health care to people on Vancouver Island,  the islands of the Georgia Strait, and the mainland communities between Powell River and Rivers Inlet.

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North Eastman Regional Health Authority  
http://www.neha.mb.ca
Health Canada-Ontario Region  
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ahc-asc/branch-dirgen/rapb-dgrp/reg/on-eng.php
South Cariboo Community Health Council  
http://www.100mile.com/health/

The Community Health Council developed its first Mission Statement as part of the Community Health Plan for its official designation on December 14, 1994.

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Stanton Regional Health Board  
http://www.srhb.org/home/
South-East Regional Health Authority  
http://www.serha.ca/serha/default.php

More than 3,000 staff and physicians choose South-East Regional Health Authority as their place of employment, an organization Maclean`s magazine named as one of Canada`s top 100 employers for two consecutive years (2004, 2005).

South-East Regional Health Authority`s objective in a growing and steadily developing region is to be a key player in the promotion of healthy communities and the provision of quality health care.

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Northern Interior Regional Health Board  
http://www.northernhealth.ca/AboutUs/NorthernHealthBoardExecutive.aspx

A ten-member Board of Directors appointed by the Government of British Columbia governs Northern Health. The current chair of the NH Board is Dr. Charles Jago, who was appointed to the position in 2007.

 

While board members come from communities across the region, by-laws establish that their role is to make decisions to meet health needs for the entire region rather than representing a particular community or area. Some of the Board’s functions include (but are not limited to):

  • Governance and oversight responsibilities;
  • Setting overall strategic direction for the organization;
  • Approval of budget submissions and business plans submitted by staff;
  • Receiving progress reports on organizational activities and business plans;
  • Reviewing and approving capital plans;
  • Granting privileges for physicians to practice in Northern Health facilities, on the advice and recommendation of the Northern Health Medical Advisory Committee; and
  • Reviewing and approving overarching strategies to address aspects of the performance agreement Northern Health holds with the Province of British Columbia.

The Northern Health Board meets approximately every two months in regular session, with an open board meeting and public presentation session at all regular meetings. The board ensures that one meeting per year is held in a Northeast community with another in a Northwest community. The remaining meetings are held in the Northern Interior, usually in Prince George.

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Parkland Regional Health Authority  
http://www.prha.mb.ca/

The Parkland Regional Health Authority is responsible for the planning, coordination, funding and delivery of all health services for the 42,000 residents within the Parkland Region, situated in West Central Manitoba, Canada

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Five Hills Health District  
http://www.fhhr.ca/

The Five Hills Regional Health Authority is responsible for the planning, organization, delivery and evaluation of health services it is to provide within its health region and within any other area that may be directed by the minister. In carrying out its responsibilities the regional health authority shall:

  • Assess the health needs of the persons to whom the regional health authority provides health services;
  • Prepare and regularly update an operational plan for the provision of health services;
  • Provide the health services that the minister determines that the regional health authority is to provide;
  • Co-ordinate the health services it provides with those provided by other providers of health services;
  • Evaluate the health services that it provides;
  • Promote and encourage health and wellness; and
  • Do any other things that the minister may direct.
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STONEWALL & DISTRICT HEALTH CENTRE