Interior Health

Interior Health is a regional health authority in British Columbia. It is one of the five publicly-funded regional health authorities, serving the southern Interior region of British Columbia.[2]

Interior Health
AbbreviationIH
MottoEvery person matters
Formation2001; 19 years ago (2001)
TypeGO
Headquarters505 Doyle Avenue
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 0C5
Region served
British Columbia Interior
Serviceshealth care
CEO
Susan Brown
Budget
$2.6 billion (2020/21)[1]
Staff
21,000 staff; 1,900 physicians; 4,800 volunteers[1]
Websitewww.interiorhealth.ca

FacilitiesEdit

As of 2020 Interior Health operates 16 community hospitals, 4 regional hospitals, 2 tertiary hospitals and 22 health care centers, including:[3]

  • 100 Mile District General Hospital
  • Arrow Lakes Hospital
  • Ashcroft Hospital and Community Health Care Centre
  • Boundary District Hospital
  • Cariboo Memorial Hospital
  • Creston Valley Hospital & Health Centre
  • Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital
  • East Kootenay Regional Hospital
  • Elk Valley Hospital Fernie
  • Golden & District Hospital
  • Invermere & District Hospital
  • Kelowna General Hospital
  • Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital
  • Kootenay Lake Hospital
  • Lillooet Hospital & Health Centre
  • Nicola Valley Hospital and Health Centre
  • Penticton Regional Hospital
  • Princeton General Hospital
  • Queen Victoria Hospital
  • Royal Inland Hospital
  • Shuswap Lake General Hospital
  • South Okanagan General Hospital
  • Vernon Jubilee Hospital

See alsoEdit

Other regional health authorities in British Columbia

Province-wide health authorities in British Columbia

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Quick Facts: A Snapshot of Interior Health". Interior Health. Interior Health Authority. 2020. Retrieved 2020-08-29.
  2. ^ "Regional Health Authorities". gov.bc.ca. Government of British Columbia. Retrieved 21 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Search Page". www.interiorhealth.ca. Retrieved 2020-04-16.

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