Nanaimo Division of Family Practice

Clinical Resources

Thank you for visiting our Clinical Resources Page. Please see below for a list of resources you will find: 

  • Bugs & Drugs
  • Concussion Management
  • Colonoscopy Screening
  • ED to Home
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Hepatitis-C
  • Home Health Monitoring for Heart Failure (Home and Community Care)
  • Internal Medicine Consult, Island Health
  • Integrated Community Services (ICS) - Central Island
  • MOST 
  • Obesity: Children and Adolescents with Obesity
  • Opiate Management
  • Pain Management
  • Palliative Care
  • Pharmanet Consent Form
  • Physicians Advocating Wellness (PAW)
  • Rapid Access to Consultative Expertise (RACE)
  • Run to Quit
  • Therapeutics Initiative
  • Wound Care 
  • Youth Resource Guide

Bugs & Drugs


Concussion Management


Colonoscopy Screening


ED to Home


Healthy Lifestyles


Hepatitis-C


Home Health Monitoring for Heart Failure (Home and Community Care)

Home Health Monitoring for heart failure is monitoring service offered to clients in their home.  Besides measuring their blood pressure, pulse, weight and oxygen saturation, clients complete a daily care plan designed to help them better recognize and respond to their heart failure symptoms.  The information is sent to a nurse who monitors and supports the client.Biometric reports and any medical concerns are communicated to the client’s family physician.


    Internal Medicine Consult, Island Health

    • Internal Medicine Advice Line (INTAL) consult line 1-877-370-8699

    Integrated Community Services (ICS) - Central Island


    MOST 


    Obesity: Children and Adolescents with Obesity


    Opiate Management


    Pain Management


    Palliative Care


    Pathways


    Pharmanet Consent Form


    Physicians Advocating Wellness (PAW)

    Physicians Advocating Wellness are groups of physicians interested in forging greater connections with colleagues through social and educational events


    Rapid Access to Consultative Expertise (RACE)

    Access specialists quickly over the phone.  RACE is a telephone advice resource linking family physicians to specialists. GPs can all one number, choose from a selection of specialty services and speak to the specialist, usually within a few minutes. 
    Monday to Friday 0800-1700 hrs.  T: 1-877-696-2131
    CME credit available through Linking Learning to Practice

    Billing Code: 14018 General Practice urgent telephone conference with a specialist - $40.


    Run to Quit


    Therapeutics Initiative


    Wound Care 


    Youth Resource Guide


     

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