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What We Do
Communicable Disease Control
Health Human Resources
Research, Knowledge Exchange, and Evaluation
Health and Wellness Planning
Maternal, Child and Family Health
Mental Wellness and Substance Use
Non-medical Cannabis Information
Health Emergency Management
Wellness and the First Nations Health Authority
Wellness for First Nations
Our History, Our Health
Sharing Our Stories
Mountain trails help Simpcw First Nation stay active!
Finding your Active Levels!
30x30 Active Challenge: On the path to take care of myself
30x30 Tips: Fueling Your Body with Good Food and Positive Energy
30x30 Tips: Bone Health and Staying Active
“Nurturing Spirit”: Rest and relaxation are good for our health and wellness
Health Benefits News
Contact Health Benefits
Health Benefits Use of Personal Information
Medical Supplies & Equipment
Information for Health Providers
Pacific Blue Cross Transition
Governance and Accountability
News and Events
30x30 Active Challenge is Underway – There’s Still Time to Join!
BC First Nations Health Jobs
How to Apply
Data and Privacy
Corporate and Community Records
Request Health Records
Vision, Mission and Values
Our purpose is to execute the vision of our leadership in the First Nations health governing structure. We work together, not apart, to improve the quality of services for better health outcomes. We seek partners internally and externally because we are better together.
We listen and take our cue from community to best understand and support local decision-making. We do with and not for, because we are true partners in health and wellness. What happens to communities and people we serve happens to us—we care for and respect one another. What happens to us happens to community and people we serve—we strive for excellence and believe First Nations deserve the best we have to offer.
We are all leaders in this work, guided by our past experience, our current awareness and our future vision. We respect knowledge and evidence in many forms, are open to new ideas and opportunities, and centre cultural teachings and practice at the core of our work.