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Health Connect Registry – Comox Valley

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The Comox Valley Primary Care Network (PCN) team is working with clinics throughout the Comox Valley to help you find a family doctor or nurse practitioner.

PCNs are community-based networks of health care professionals and clinics who plan and deliver all day-to-day health care needs of a community. This way, patients will receive better care, by the right person, at the right time, closer to home. Registration also helps to understand how many people do not have a provider.

PCNs are part of the Province’s Primary and Community Care Strategy to make sure you have faster and better access to the everyday health care services. It will take some time for PCNs to become fully operational. The Province plans to have PCNs established in 70 percent of B.C. communities over the next three years.

The Health Connect Registry is part of this strategy. The Health Connect Registry works with active PCNs to help patients find a regular family doctor or nurse practitioner, because having a regular provider leads to better health for you and your family.

You can register with the Health Connect Registry if you, your family, or a person in your care lives in one of the following Comox Valley communities: Courtenay, Comox, Cumberland, Comox Valley Regional District, Denman Island, or Hornby Island.

The health Connect Registry is a self serve portal for patients/community members and can be found at: https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/health-connect-registry/comox-valley

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