Central Interior Rural Division of Family Practice

Who We Are.

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

Our board of directors consists of 9 members, including family physicians and nurse practitioners from Williams Lake and 100 Mile House, the main healthcare centres in our region. Our division staff come from diverse backgrounds, each bringing a unique skill set to our organization. Together, we advocate for the primary healthcare needs of our communities, and work to improve work/life balance for our members. 

In partnership with our Primary Care Network (PCN), First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), Interior Health (IH) and local municipal governments and First Nation communities, we work collaboratively to improve access to primary healthcare services and enhance the quality of care delivered throughout the region.  





Jill Zirnhelt, Executive Director




Tanya Kielpinski, Program Manager




Caitlin Foote, Executive Assistant




Andrea Moe, Project Lead

Integration & Navigation




Sarah Fletcher, Project Lead

Long-term Care & Evaluation




Hannah Diether, Project Lead

Communications & Cultural Safety




Melissa Klassen, HR Generalist




Grace Koch, Admin Coordinator




Jinny Fournier, Bookkeeper