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Important CoVid-19 Information for Residents & Visitors in Whistler & Squamish:

The physicians & healthcare workers in Whistler & Squamish are united in efforts to keep you safe, and to treat you if you become ill.

We're working tirelessly to make it safe for you. Now we need you to work tirelessly to keep yourselves - and us - safe.

  • Stay home unless absolutely necessary.
    No dinner parties. No non-essential shopping. No group sports, not even outside. Instead, have coffee with a friend online.
    If you must go out in public for essentials, protect others and wear a cloth mask as a courtesy.

     
  • Keep 6 feet (2 meters) away from everyone at all times. That’s about the width of a car. 
    Call your loved ones and tell them to do the same.   
     
  • Remind young people in your life that they can get sick from this virus.
    More importantly, they can be carriers and cause a lot of harm to parents, grandparents, and other loved ones.

We can do this, but we can’t wait one more hour or one more day. Let’s save lives, together.

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What is the Divisions of Family Practice initiative?

The Divisions of Family Practice initiative is sponsored by the General Practice Services Committee, a joint committee of the BC Ministry of Health and Doctors of BC. The initiative was designed to improve patient care, increase family physicians’ influence on health care delivery and policy, and provide professional satisfaction for physicians.

The Sea to Sky Division of Family Practice is an independent entity that provides family practice leadership at community, regional, and provincial levels. Members advocate for and develop programs to fit the health care needs of the Sea-to-Sky region, and administer funding provided for those programs.

To learn more about the work being done by the Sea to Sky division, or for information on becoming a member, contact Executive Director Monica McDonald.

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