Through the White Rock-South Surrey Division of Family Practice, local family physicians come together to improve the delivery of health care in our community.
Our Division is one of 34 across the province. Each was created by physicians for physicians, and focuses on the priority issues specific to our individual communities. Our goals are to enhance patient care throughout the front-line health care system, to build a network of support for our family physician colleagues, and to create healthier communities. The Division is an independent, not-for-profit society, funded by the Government of British Columbia and Doctors of BC. We work in partnership with the local municipalities, community agencies, and the Fraser Health Authority.
Since our inception in 2009, our Division has made great strides, with initiatives to ensure everyone in our community has access to a family doctor, enhance care for frail elderly patients, and build a sustainable pool of local family physicians through locum and recruitment programs. We are now more than 200 members strong. We will continue to explore new ways to enhance the delivery of family medicine in White Rock-South Surrey, as we are committed to building a healthier community for all.
The White Rock-South Surrey Division of Family Practice local health area covers the peninsula south of 40 Avenue and west of 196 Street (approximately). We acknowledge that we are on the shared, unceded traditional territory of the Katzie, Semiahmoo, Kwantlen and other Coast Salish Peoples.
Vision, mission and values of the White Rock-South Surrey Division of Family Practice.
Optimizing the delivery of family medicine in our community requires collaboration with individuals and organizations that touch different parts of the health care system, our community and the specialized populations we strive to support.
To learn more about the White Rock-South Surrey Division of Family Practice access our annual reviews here.