Coquitlam, New Westminster, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, Belcarra

The Fraser Northwest Division encompasses family physicians in Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam, New Westminster, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. We represent the traditional catchment area of the Royal Columbian & Eagle Ridge Hospitals.

Together, the members work to improve patient access to local primary care, increase local physicians’ influence on health care delivery and policy, and provide professional support for physicians.

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11.pngPractice Family Medicine in Fraser Northwest

Check out some of the clinics in our community that are looking for additional providers to join their team. 






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Why do family physicians choose to practice in Fraser Northwest and stay for so many years? Let them tell you! Find out why our community is the perfect balance of work and play in the beautiful Fraser region of B.C.





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Login to the members portal to view upcoming events, division programs/services, and physician resources. If you have difficulty logging in, please send us an email






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If you are feeling stress, anxiety, or just the need to talk to someone you can book a free appointment with a clinical counsellor. You can also check out these mental health and self-care resources.



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Find out where you can get tested for COVID-19 in the Tri-Cities, New Westminster, Burnaby, Maple Ridge, and Surrey. Also, find information on the COVID-19 Vaccine. You can also complete a self-assessment to determine the best course of action, find a list of public exposure locations, and view a video made for children about receiving a COVID-19 test. 


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Doctors' offices are still operating! Most family doctors are doing virtual, phone, and some in-person appointments. Click below to view a list of doctor's offices offering virtual care. If you don't have a doctor you can use Pathways Medical Care Directory to see a family doctor virtually.



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If you live in New Westminster or Tri-Cities and need a family doctor, join the waitlist.






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Maternity providers in Tri-Cities and New Westminster have worked hard to create the Virtual Maternity Hub website with resources for everything from pregnancy to newborn care, how to access services, and lots of online classes and resources to help during this pandemic. 



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The new Pathways Medical Care directory is your local guide to find medical care.

Use the directory to search for:
- Booking an appointment with your family doctor
- Need a Family Doctor (find out how to join the waitlist)
- Flu Shot Locations 
- COVID-19 Testing & Information


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Pathways Community Services

Pathways is a service directory that you can use to find information about resources in our community.
Resources include:

  • Addictions 
  • Mental Health
  • Senior Services
  • LGBT2Q+
  • Refugee Services

...And so much more

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Work from home.pngFollow our division staff's journey working from home! Each Wednesday we feature a different team member as they share their experiences navigating social distancing and remote work.
Check it out ➜



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Family Doctors in Tri-Cities and New Westminster discuss what Primary Care Networks (launched in our community last year) mean to them as practitioners.

Learn more about Primary Care Networks ➜



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