With the provincial election less than a month away, the BCCFP is working with the CFPC to create a provincial report card designed to inform both members and voters by evaluating the BC government’s leadership around key five indicators in health care. The report card will also rate how each major party plans to address these indicators in their election platforms.

As the provincial voice for family medicine in BC, the BCCFP strives to ensure that our provincial government delivers on its responsibility to maintain a strong health care system for British Columbians.

In line with this goal, the report card will focus on five key indicators: a family doctor for every British Columbian; mental health and addiction; indigenous health; rural and remote care; and support for the Patient’s Medical Home.

Similar to one developed by the Manitoba College of Family Physicians in 2016, the BCCFP report card will provide comments on each indicator and ranking of either green, yellow or red.

Watch your inbox in the next few weeks, as we will be sending you a copy of the report card.

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