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 and our membership encompasses all family physicians and nurse practitioners across the region. Together, we envision equitable, resilient and vibrant primary care in Kootenay Boundary. 


Physician Resources


Practise Here

Looking for a new challenge? Physicians love living in Kootenay Boundary. Come and enjoy an amazing outdoor lifestyle, great community, fantastic colleagues, and 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 and other 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 and so much more... 

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Patient Resources


Kootenay Boundary Clinics & Hospitals

Access our one-stop list of contact information for all clinics, including walk-ins, urgent primary care, and hospital emergency departments across the region.

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Patient Resource Library

Our patient resource library features helpful tools developed by local physicians for patients and families. Many health care topics are included such as dementia, palliative supports, postpartum anxiety and so much more... 

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COVID-19 Resources & Information

Looking for trusted, up-to-date COVID-19 information? Check out our listing of linked resources including COVID-19 testing, local immunization clinics and more...

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With humility and in the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge that our work in the Kootenay Boundary region takes place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Sinixt, Syilx, Ktunaxa, and Secwépemc First Nations, and is home to the Métis and many diverse Aboriginal communities.