Shared Care is a province-wide committee that "supports family and specialist physicians to improve the coordination of care from primary to specialist services".
Under Shared Care, family physicians, specialists and partners have come together to spearhead over 240 projects aimed at building team-based approaches to care and improving communication between patients and their families, primary care physicians, specialists and other health professionals.
To learn more about Shared Care initiatives across the province and the impact they have had, click here.
Shared Care Projects in Surrey-North Delta
Our Division staff and physician members have undertaken a number of Shared Care initiatives designed to improve access to coordinated care for patients in Surrey and North Delta. Learn more about our initiatives by clicking the links below.
The Maternity Project seeks to connect refugee women with maternity care providers resources in Surrey and North Delta. Learn more, or access our maternity care patient sheet in Arabic, Punjabi or English.