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Check out our 2022-23 Annual Review Video!

This year we thought we would try a new way to show what the Division has been up to this year.

Our Website is Getting a Facelift!

We are refreshing the CIRD website so it better serves our mission to make our members lives easier and better!  Please take a look around and provide us with your feedback using this quick survey.




Learn about what we do, who we are and how we are governed.

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In 2022, the Board of Directors developed 4 key areas of focus for the organization and identified the main strategic enablers to support this work.

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The Division offers many tools and resources to support primary care providers to provide high quality care.

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Check out the opportunities that exist in the beautiful Cariboo-Chilcotin!

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The Central Interior Rural Division of Family Practice includes over 40 family physicians from the communities of 100 Mile House, Williams Lake  and Tatla Lake, providing service to the surrounding communities of Anahim Lake, Alexis Creek, Tatla Lake, Riske Creek, Lac La Hache, Lone Butte, Canim Lake, Horsefly, and Likely.

We operate as a Community Service Cooperative and are part of a province-wide initiative designed to strengthen health care in BC. Our Division is a collaborative non-profit organization funded through the Family Practice Services Committee (FPSC).

Together, our members work to improve access to health care, improve the quality of care provided and to improve work/life balance for primary care providers.

We work in partnership with First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), Interior Health (IH), local municipal governments and First Nation communities.