The Northern Gulf Island - Gold River MHSU
The Northern Gulf Islands - Gold River MHSU Shared Care project has been underway since 2017 with a goal of re-aligning delivery of rural MHSU care and in partnership between the Campbell River, Comox Valley and Rural & Remote Divisions of Family Practice.
As one part of this project, a team of clinicians (family physician, psychiatrist and MHSU clinician) piloted a shared MHSU care model using telehealth in Gold River and Tahsis. With the use of telehealth, a patient was able to have a psychiatric consultation with a psychiatrist, MHSU clinician and GP. In some instances, the patient would be in Gold River with the MHSU clinician while the GP would be in Tahsis and the psychiatrist was in Campbell River. This technology-enabled wrap-around care helps make the patient see that a team is working together for their health, better supports team members who are often working in isolation and provides a professional development opportunity for the team.
Patient's Medical Home - Implementation Kit
The Kit contains some simple steps that help support family physicians and their teams in providing coordinated, comprehensive and accessible care to their patients. It also contains a wealth of websites and online publications.
Download your copy of the Implementation Toolkit.
New Feature on Pathways
Pathways has launched a new feature called Pathways Community Services. This new section features a number of resource areas, with special focus given to addictions, mental health, and seniors services. These resources can help provide support for patients that complement or even reduce the need for other treatment options.
To watch the video and get an overview of the new feature and how to access it, click here.
For more information, please contact the Pathways provincial office.
Welcome to the Campbell River & District Division of Family Practice
The Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice (the Division) represents family physicians in the communities of Campbell River, Oyster River, Quadra Island, Cortes Island, Sayward, and Gold River.
The Division gives area physicians an opportunity to work collaboratively with the Health Authority, the GPSC, the Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC to identify health care needs in the local area and develop solutions to meet those needs.
An engaged network of family physicians driving quality primary care reflective of our community.
To foster physician well-being and engagement, to increase local influence and build partnerships in the delivery of patient care.