We bring together family doctors to enhance the delivery of health care services in our community.
We are a member-driven non-profit society, created by and for doctors, who understand the needs and realities of serving a community as large and diverse as Surrey and North Delta. Through our membership we strive to provide professional support and work collaboratively to improve patient access to health care services.
Connect with specialists within 2 hours for urgent advice.
Primary Care Networks
Across BC, divisions of family practice and health authority, First Nations and community partners are working to establish primary care networks (PCNs).
Pathways is an online resource that provides physicians and their office staff quick access to current and accurate referral information, including wait times and areas of expertise for specialists and specialty clinics.
Practice Support Documents
Surrey-North Delta is here to support our physicians. If you need clinical tools, guides or patient handouts to distribute to your patients, our member resources library will have all the information you need.
COVID-19 Resources for Community Members
Access our one-stop shop allows you to find the healthcare professional you need at one convenient place. The Division of Family Practice in Surrey-North Delta is here to support you with your medical needs.
Family doctors have long played a critical role in the health of individuals and families. Having a family doctor means being connected with a trusted health care provider who knows your medical history and able to address your concerns from a place of understanding.
Surrey-North Delta is here to support our residents. If you need information on community resources for yourself or your loved one, visit our community directory for all the resources you can access.
We acknowledge the shared traditional and unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples on which our PCN is located -- specifically the Kwantlen, Semiahmoo, Tsawwassen, Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Qayqayt, and numerous Stó:lō First Nations.