Welcome to the Nanaimo Division 

The Nanaimo Division of Family Practice, incorporated on November 22, 2011, represents Family Physicians, Locums, Hospitalists, Emergency Physicians, Nurse Practitioners and Family Medicine Residents in Nanaimo, surrounding areas and on Gabriola Island.

There is no obligation or cost to join. Division funding from the General Practice Services Committee (GPSC) is established on a per-member basis. This funding provides support to physicians for their time on working groups and provides infrastructure funds for member-identified priorities and Division events, e.g., continuing medical education events.



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Join us for the Nanaimo Division Recruitment Focus Group: The good news: 20+ young doctors are looking at relocating to Nanaimo within the next year. The bad news: we currently have limited capacity to accommodate them within existing clinic structures (despite an enormous unattached population). The solution: please bring all of your creative, blue sky ideas forward so we can brainstorm solutions together at the Zoom focus group on Thursday, October 8, 2020,  1700-1900 hrs. RSVP by Monday, October 5, at

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  • Starting on August 18, 2020:
    A new on-line ECHO program for Primary Care providers that is focused on Alcohol Use Disorder and funded by the BC Centre on Substance Use.  There are new approaches and medications to treat AUD and this series is devoted to improving the lives of patients with this disorder.

  • Register here:

See more external opportunities by clicking here



Please click the link below for more information on the walk-in services available at: 

For the Nanaimo Division's COVID-19 Office Safety Plan & Guidelines, please click here

For a compiled list of Covid-19 resources, please click here

Press Releases from the Nanaimo Division of Family Practice re: COVID-19

 Walk and Talk with the Doc - Kids, Families, and COVID-19

 2019 AGM

2019 Audited Financial Statements

2019 Annual Report