Our Vision
The Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice is a hub of local innovation in health care, and part of a province-wide initiative designed to strengthen health care in BC. We operate as a Community Service Cooperative & our membership encompasses all family physicians & nurse practitioners across the region. Together, we envision equitable, resilient & vibrant primary care in Kootenay Boundary. 


Patient Resources

Looking for a Family Practitioner?

Register with the Kootenay Boundary Health Connect Registry to find a family doctor or nurse practitioner. Explore resources to support your health care needs...

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Kootenay Boundary Clinics & Hospitals

Access a one-stop list of Kootenay Boundary clinics, hospitals & maternity care...

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Health & Community Resources

Looking for health care & community resources? We've compiled this listing to support residents - both those who currently have a family practitioner & those who don't - to navigate what's available...

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Physician Resources


Practise Here

Looking for a new challenge? Physicians love living & practising in Kootenay Boundary! Come & enjoy an amazing outdoor lifestyle, great community, fantastic colleagues, & a full scope of practice.

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CPD Events Calendar 

With over 100 events a year, our Continuing Professional Development program delivers robust medical education for Kootenay Boundary physicians, nurse practitioners & allied clinicians.

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Member Resource Library

Check out our online member resource library - clinical tools at your fingertips! Including the ACEs Toolkit, Poverty Intervention Tool, Palliative Care Guides & so much more... 

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In the spirit of active engagement in reconciliation, Kootenay Boundary Division of Family Practice acknowledges that our work in the region takes place on the traditional, ancestral & unceded territories of the Ktunaxa, Secwépemc, Sinixt & Syilx First Nations & is home to the Métis & many diverse Aboriginal people.
Acknowledging that we are on the traditional territories of Indigenous peoples is an expression of cultural humility & involves recognizing our duty & desire to actively support the provision of culturally safe care.