Victoria Division of Family Practice

Collaborative Services Committee

The Victoria Collaborative Services Committee (CSC) is the vehicle through which Victoria family physicians, represented by the Victoria Division, collaborate with partners in the local primary care system, including Island Health, our Indigenous partners and the General Practice Services Committee (GPSC), a partnership between Doctors of BC and the Ministry of Health.

The CSC is the forum for discussing issues of concern for patient care outcomes, co-determining priorities and co-designing solutions. Additional representation from patients and others in the community is called upon as needed. 

The CSC partners are guided in their work by the objectives of the Quadruple Aim:

  • improving the health of the population (the population will be defined by the project being considered)
  • enhancing the experience and outcomes of the patient
  • improving the experience of providers, to improve the work life of those who deliver care
  • reducing per capita cost of care for the benefit of communities
     

CSC membership as at November 2022:

  • Dr. Melissa Duff (VDFP Chair)
  • Dr. Aaron Childs (VDFP)
  • Catriona Park (VDFP Executive Director)
  • Dr. Kelsey Louie (interim Indigenous Representative)
  • Keva Glynn (CSC Co-Chair, Island Health)
  • Dr. Leah MacDonald (CSC Co-Chair, Island Health)
  • Dr. William Cunningham (Island Health)
  • Phil Lawrence (Island Health)
  • Dr. Sari Cooper (GPSC)
  • Annebeth Leurs (Doctors of BC Engagement Partner, Engagement & Quality Improvement)
  • Dr. Laura Ritonja (ongoing guest, representing SIDFP)
  • Nancy Falconer (Victoria PCN Director, ongoing guest)