Annual Reports

​The First Nations Health Authority is committed to a high standard of accountability and transparency. Each year, we publish Annual Reports which include independently audited financial statements. We are pleased to share these reports.

2018-19 First Nations Health Authority Annual Report

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​The First Nations Health Authority is pleased to present our 2018 -2019 Annual Report and accompanying documents.




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2017-18 First Nations Health Authority Annual Report


The First Nations Health Authority is pleased to present our 2017 -2018 Annual Report and accompanying documents.

2017-18 FNHA Annual Report (PDF 3.48 MB)

2017-18 FNHA, FNHC & FNHDA Remuneration (PDF 174 KB)

2018 FNHA Audited Financial Statements  (PDF 153 KB)


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2016-17 First Nations Health Authority Annual Report

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The First Nations Health Authority is pleased to present our 2016-2017 Annual Report and accompanying documents.

2016-17 FNHA Annual Report (PDF 9.53 MB)

2016-17 FNHA, FNHC & FNHDA Remuneration (PDF 162 KB)

2017 FNHA Audited Financial Statements  (PDF 77 KB)


2015-16 First Nations Health Authority Annual Report

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The First Nations Health Authority is pleased to present our 2015-2016 Annual Report and accompanying documents.

2015-16 FNHA Annual Report (PDF 8.02 MB)

2015-16 FNHA, FNHC & FNHDA Remuneration (PDF 311 KB)

2016 FNHA Audited Financial Statements  (PDF 92 KB)



2014-15 First Nations Health Authority Annual Report

FNHA-Annual-Report-2014-2015.jpgThe First Nations Health Authority is pleased to present our 2014-2015 Annual Report and accompanying documents.








2014-15 FNHA Annual Report (PDF 5.33 MB)

2014-15 FNHA, FNHC & FNHDA Remuneration (PDF 319 KB)

2015 FNHA Audited Financial Statements (PDF 72 KB)


Together in Wellness - 2016-17 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report

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The October 2016 - October 2017 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report: Together in Wellness is the sixth annual report to fulfil the commitment to report annually on the progress of the integration and improvement of health services for First Nations in British Columbia outlined in the Tripartite Framework Agreement on First Nation Health Governance.




Download the 2016-17 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report here (PDF 5.83 MB)



Together in Wellness - 2015-16 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report

In this year's Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report: Together in Wellness, the partners review changes and improvements made in the delivery of health services serving First Nations and Aboriginal peoples in BC. This past year has seen an increased focus on addressing barriers to care access and delivery, better integration of the principles of cultural safety and humility into the mainstream health system, and progressive integration of the First Nations perspective on health and wellness. 


2015-16 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report


Together in Wellness - 2014-15 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report

2014-2015-Together-In-Wellness-Cover.jpgA report on the fourth year of the B.C. Tripartite Framework Agreement on First Nation Health Governance implementation.









2014-15 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report


Together in Wellness - 2013-14 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report

Together-In-Wellness-2013-14-Annual-Report.jpgA Report on the Third Year of the B.C. Tripartite Framework Agreement on First Nation Health Governance Implementation.







2013-14 Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report


2013-14 Annual Report of the First Nations Health Authority

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The First Nations Health Authority is pleased to present our 2013-2014 Annual Report and accompanying overview document. 








2013-14 FNHA Annual Report

2013-14 FNHA Annual Report Overview

2013-14 FNHA FNHC & FNHDA Renumeration

2014 FNHA Audited Financial Statements


2013 Annual Report of the First Nations Health Authority

2013 Annual Report

The 2013 Annual Report describes key investments and accomplishments of the First Nations Health Authority (formerly First Nations Health Society), and includes reports from the First Nations Health Council (FNHC) and First Nations Health Directors Association Secretariats (FNHDA).





2013 FNHA Annual Report

2013 FNHA Audited Financial Statements

2013 FNHA BoD Renumeration

2013 Schedule of FNHC Retainer and Meeting Fees

2013 Schedule of FNHDA Meeting Fees


2012 Annual Report of the First Nations Health Society and interim First Nations Health Authority

imageThe 2012 Annual Report describes key investments and accomplishments of the interim First Nations Health Authority (formerly First Nations Health Society), and includes reports from the First Nations Health Council and First Nations Health Directors Association Secretariats.








2012 iFNHA Annual Report 
2012 iFNHA Audited Financial Statements
2012 iFNHA Board of Directors remuneration 


2010-2011 First Nations Health Society Annual Report

imageOn behalf of the interim First Nations Health Authority Board of Directors we are pleased to present to 2011 Annual Report. The structure of this year’s report reflects the ongoing growth of the First Nation health governance structure; you will find independent reports from the FNHDA and FNHC secretariats.  Illustrating our collective commitment to Directive one- A Community-Driven, Nation-Based process you will find 7 community-based stories in the report, reflecting some of our strategic investments through community engagement hubs and best or better practices.

2010-2011 FNHS Annual Report
2010-2011 FNHS Audited Financial Statements


​2009-2010 First Nations Health Society Annual Report 

image The 2009-2010 First Nations Health Society Annual Report describes progress that the Society has made to implement the aspirations and goals of the First Nations Health Council and the Tripartite First Nations Health Plan. This report was released following the First Nations Health Society Annual General Meeting on September 20, 2010.

2009-2010 FNHS Annual Report


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Health Benefits Annual Reports

Note: Health Benefits Annual Reports have been now integrated into the FNHA Annual Reports

2015-16 FNHA Health Benefits Annual Report

FNHA-Health-Benefits-Annual-Report-2015-2016-cover.jpgThe First Nations Health Authority is pleased to share our 2015-2016 Health Benefits Annual Report. Highlights from this year’s report include: ongoing increase of cultural safety and humility through provider training requirements, increased numbers of clients accessing health benefits services, increased investments in medical transportation and growth of providers supporting the program.



2015-16 FNHA Health Benefits Annual Report


2014-15 FNHA Health Benefits Annual Report

FNHA-Health-Benefits-Annual-Report-2014-2015.jpgWe are pleased to present our FNHA Health Benefits Annual Report for 2014-2015. The FNHA assumed responsibility for federal health programs a little more than a year ago. Since Transfer, the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) program has been renamed First Nations Health Benefits.




The report contains rich data on how our clients use the FNHB and forms part of our shared accountability and decision-making that we have committed to with BC First Nations.

2014-15 FNHA Health Benefits Annual report 


2013-14 FNHA Health Benefits Annual Report

FNHA-Health-Benefits-Annual-Report-2013-14.jpgOn behalf of the FNHA we are pleased to present our inaugural FNHA Health Benefits Annual Report 2013-2014. The FNHA assumed responsibility for federal health programs a little more than a year ago. Since Transfer, the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) program has been renamed First Nations Health Benefits.

The report contains rich data on how our clients use the FNHB and forms part of our shared accountability and decision-making that we have committed to with BC First Nations.

2013-14 FNHA Health Benefits Annual report


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Together in Wellness - Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual report 2012/2013 

This document, being presented on the two-year anniversary of the signing of the Framework Agreement, is intended to report on progress in the second year of the Framework Agreement’s implementation (October 2012 to September 2013).






Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Annual Report 2012/2013 (PDF 908 KB)


Together in Wellness - Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Interim report 2011/2012 

The Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health was created under the Transformative Change Accord: First Nations Health Plan to bring together First Nations leaders and government partners. Meeting bi-annually the committee is responsible to make an annual progress report on the integration and improvement of health services for First Nations in BC. This interim report describes the progress that the partners have made in the year 2011/12. 


Tripartite Committee on First Nations Health Interim report 2011/2012 (PDF 804 KB)


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Tripartite Data Quality Sharing Agreement - Annual Report on Progress 2016/17

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This year’s Tripartite Data Quality and Sharing Agreement (TDQSA) Annual Report provides an overview of Data and Information Planning Committee (DIPC) progress for 2017. Since the creation of the First Nation Client File (FNCF) in November 2011, there have been fifty-one FNCF data access requests (DARs) that have been reviewed by DIPC. In 2017, DIPC worked actively on seventeen DARs. See Table 1 for more details.

Download the 2016/17 Annual Report on Progress in PDF format here:

2016/2017 Annual Report on Progress (1.95 MB)
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Tripartite Data Quality Sharing Agreement - Annual Report on Progress 2015/16

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This annual report documents the progress made by the tripartite partners – the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA, formerly known as the First Nations Health Society), Government of Canada (Health Canada), and the Province of British Columbia (Ministry of Health, MoH) – in building an equitable and culturally safe relationship around data sharing and data stewardship. These terms were described in the Tripartite Data Quality and Sharing Agreement (TDQSA), signed in April 2010 by earlier iterations of the current partners – B.C. Ministry of Health Services and the Ministry of Healthy Living and Sport (now the MoH), the First Nations Health Society (now the FNHA), and Health Canada. The 2010 agreement fulfills Action number 28 of the 2006 Transformative Change Accord: First Nations Health Plan (TCA: FNHP), to "renew the Tripartite agreement between the Province, Health Canada's First Nations and Inuit Health Branch and First Nations to ensure federally and provincially held information on First Nations is shared."

Download the 2015/16 Annual Report on Progress in PDF format here  (4.23 MB)


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Tripartite Data Quality Sharing Agreement - Annual Report on Progress 2013/14

The Tripartite Data Quality and Sharing Annual Report provides a summary of progress on the commitments and principles laid out in the Tripartite Data Quality and Sharing Agreement (TDQSA), as well as the progress towards implementing First Nations Health Information Governance capacity within First Nations. In total 9 data linkages were completed this year on topics as diverse as HIV, healthy pregnancy and cancer. The Data Committee referenced in the TDQSA, now referred to as the Data and Information Planning Committee (DIPC), respectfully publishes this annual report in fulfillment of our reporting requirements for calendar years 2013 and 2014.

Download the 2013/14 Annual Report on Progress in PDF format here  (2.49 MB)


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Tripartite Data Quality and Sharing Agreement 2012

TDQSA_2012_Annual_Report.jpg The Annual Report on Progress provides a summary on the commitments and principles laid out in the Tripartite Data Quality and Sharing Agreement (TDQSA), as well as the progress towards implementing First Nations Health Information Governance capacity within First Nations communities, as called for in the TDQSA.



Download the TDQSA Annual Report on Progress here (PDF  578 kb)


2007-2010 3-year Progress Report to BC First Nations 

imageThe 3-year Progress Report to BC First Nations documents the opportunities and challenges faced by the First Nations Health Council and First Nations Health Society Technical Team in implementing the Tripartite First Nations Health Plan between 2007 and March 2010. The report provides relevant background information leading up the Tripartite First Nations Health Plan and a financial progress report. 

2007-2010 FNHC 3 year report to BC First Nations