Vice President, Aboriginal Partnerships

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Interior Health (IH) was established as one of five geographically based health authorities in 2001 by the Government of British Columbia. Interior Health provides health services to over 756,666 people across a large geographic area covering over 215,000 km, the geography of which includes larger cities and a multitude of rural and remote communities. Interior Health is also home to 54 First Nations and 15 Métis communities, representing 8.8% of Interior Health’s total population. Population health needs across the continuum of care drive the mix of services and enabling supports Interior Health provides, and this continuum includes staying healthy, getting better, living with illness, and coping with end of life.

Interior Health Authority’s vision is to set new standards of excellence in the delivery of health care.

Interior Health Authority (Interior Health)’s mission is to promote healthy lifestyles and provide needed health services in a timely, caring, and efficient manner, to the highest professional and quality standards for the patients, residents and clients the organization serves across its many communities. Interior Health is mandated by the Health Authorities Act to plan, deliver, monitor, and report on publicly funded health services for people that live within the Southern Interior of British Columbia.