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What We Do
Communicable Disease Control
Virtual Doctor of the Day
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
Chief Medical Office
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
BC First Nations Wellness Champion: Jessie Newman from Skidegate, Haida Gwaii
Are you ready to unplug and get out in nature?
BC First Nations Wellness Champion: Stacie Coutlee
First Nations communities connect and have fun with a virtual traditional stick game tournament
Communities Connect with Virtual Stick Game Tournament
Health Benefits News
Temporary Changes to Mental Health Benefits in Response to COVID-19
Temporary Medical Transportation Changes in Response to COVID-19
Temporary Changes to Medical Supplies & Equipment Benefits in Response to COVID-19
Notice for Vision Providers Regarding COVID-19
Important Telehealth Updates for Mental Health Providers Regarding COVID-19
Extended hours to serve Medical Transportation needs
Notice for Providers Regarding COVID-19
Accessing Pharmacy Benefits Outside of BC
How to Access Mental Health Services Using Telehealth
Temporary Mileage Coverage for Medication Pickups
Important Updates for Mental Health Providers Regarding COVID-19
Medical Transportation Service Updates
COVID-19 Guide to Medical Transportation Benefits for Self-Isolation
How to Access Dental Care During COVID-19
New Drug for Opioid Agonist Treatment Added to Plan W as Limited Coverage Benefit
Pharmacists Can Now Temporarily Dispense Pain and Fever Over-the-Counter Medications without a Prescription
BC’s Restart Plan: Information for Health Benefits Service Providers
Health Benefits Program Resuming Regular Services
Infant Eligibility for Health Benefits Expanded to 24 Months (2 Years Old)
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!
How to Apply
BC First Nations Health Jobs
Data and Privacy
Corporate and Community Records
Request Health Records
FNHA Board of Directors
Board of Directors Policy
Audits and Evaluations
Summary Service Plan
FNHA policies are guided by, and consistent with, our Vision, Mission, Values and 7 Directives. Corporate policy is intended to provide guidance to our team members and to support decision-making in specific circumstances.
FNHA policies are consistent with the
BC Societies Act
and subject to the
Personal Information Protection Act
This policy governs how the FNHA collects, stewards, and protects client and corporate information.
Access to Corporate Information Policy
This policy governs how and under what circumstances the FNHA may disclose
client and corporate informa
Respectful Workplace Policy
The purpose of this policy is to maintain a safe and healthy working environment in which all individuals treat each other with kindness and respect.
Safe Reporting Policy (Whistleblower)
The Whistleblower Policy allows individuals to bring forward information, in good faith, concerning allegations of wrongdoing without fear of reprisal or retaliation.
The FNHA Whistleblower policy supports anyone to confidentially and anonymously report - without fear of reprisal, harassment or retaliation - a known or suspected case of wrongdoing by FNHA staff, contractors, Board Members or anyone who is authorized to access FNHA information or equipment.
What can be reported?
Examples of wrongdoing can include fraud, theft, unethical conduct or misconduct, unauthorized use or misuse of funds or resources, illegal activity or conflict of interest.
Whistle blowing reporting does not take the place of FNHA's existing reporting and complaints structures such as the Quality Office, professional practice processes or workplace safety reporting.
How do I report wrongdoing?
You can report a case of wrongdoing to FNHA any time by phone or by email. Your reporting will be received in good faith and treated confidentially.
Toll Free: 1-866-921-6714
Mail: PO Box 91880 West Vancouver, BC V7T 4S4
Governance and Accountability