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Regional Health Authorities

Cardiac Services BC sets direction and provides leadership for cardiovascular care in BC. The specialized care is provided by the regional health authorities.

Regional Health Authorities:

  • Interior Health
  • Fraser Health
  • Island Health
  • Vancouver Coastal Health
  • Northern Health
Specialized programs, procedures and services are provided by regional specialized centres:

  • Kelowna General Hospital (KGH)
  • Royal Columbian Hospital (RCH)
  • Royal Jubilee Hospital (RJH)
  • St. Paul's Hospital (SPH)
  • Vancouver Genera Hodpital (VGH)
In addition to the regional specialized centres, urgent and emergent cardiac care
 is provided across the province by the regional health authorities at the following:

  • community and regional hospitals
  • heart function/failure clinics
  • cardiac device amnbulatory clinics
  • atrial fibrillation clinics
  • inherited arrhythmia clincis
How to get a referral

Referrals must be made by a healthcare professional. Please talk to your primary care provider or specialist.

SOURCE: Regional Health Authorities ( )
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