B.C.'s Health Authorities
The Ministry of Health works together with five regional health authorities and one provincial health authority to provide high quality, appropriate and timely health services to British Columbians.
The five regional health authorities govern, plan and deliver health care services within their geographic areas. View a map of the five regions here.
To learn more, visit your local health authority website:
The Provincial Health Services Authority works with the five regional health authorities to plan and coordinate the delivery of provincial programs and provide highly specialized services across the province.
The First Nations Health Authority represents a new relationship between B.C. First Nations, the Province of B.C. and the Government of Canada. The health authority aims to improve health outcomes for First Nations people in British Columbia.