May 5, 2020
Our newest member is the Village of Nakusp! The Village of Nakusp is a village located on the shores of Upper Arrow Lake, a portion of the Columbia River, in the West Kootenay region of British Columbia

April 15, 2020
Please welcome our newest member: Pender Island Health Care Society.
The PIHCS is a community non-profit society which owns and operates the Pender Islands Health Centre.

January 4, 2020
Our newest member is Quadra Island Health Society.

Please welcome our latest two members: the BC Association of Community Response Networks and the Village of Silverton.

August 5, 2019
Our newest member is Jane Osborne from the BC Community Response Networks.
Jane is a member of the Community Based Seniors’ Services Leadership Council, and co-leads the Rural and Remote Communities Provincial Working Group.  Much of her work is in rural communities on Vancouver Island.

Osborne is associated with the following Community Health Networks
Cowichan Communities Health Network
Alberni/Clayoquot Health Network
Oceanside Health & Wellness Network
Comox Valley Community Health Network
Strathcona Community Health Network and 
Mount Waddington Health Network

June 4, 2019
Our newest member is the Village of Slocan. Founded by Frank Fletcher of Nelson in 1892, Slocan City was the smallest incorporated city in the British Commonwealth, perhaps in the world. In 1958 Slocan City reincorporated as a village and is now known as the Village of Slocan. Slocan has about 360 residents.

May 27, 2019
Welcome to our new member the Northern Rockies Seniors Society. The NRSS represents Fort Nelson and Fort Nelson First Nation.

May 24, 2019
Please welcome the  Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Nursing Services
Communities represented by this organization are Port Alberni which is the main office location and considered the Southern NTC Region, which includes the Tseshaht, Opetcheshaht, Ditidaht, and Huuayaht Nations.
Tofino is where a satellite office is located in the Central NTC Region which includes Ahousaht, Tla-o-quiaht, Hesquiaht, Ucluelet, and Toquaht Nations.
Gold River is where another satellite office is located in the Northern NTC Region which includes Kyuquot, Mowachaht, Ehattesaht and Nuchatlaht Nations. 

Welcome to our new member organization: 
Chase and District Health Services Foundation!
Dave Smith
Bruce Nelson
Jeanine Joelsen
J.L. (Len) McLean
This Foundation has been in existence since 1997. They represent the communities of Chase, Pritchard, Neskjonlith, Adams Lake I.R., Adams Lake, Little Shuswap I.R., Turtle Valley and Lee Creek.

We are very happy to announce that our newest member is the 
City of Castlegar
Mayor Bruno Tassone –
Tracey Butler – Director of Corporate Services –

April 26, 2019
Please welcome our new member group 
Sorrento and Area Community Health Centre Society.
They represent the communities of Sorrento, Blind Bay, Tappen-Sunnybrae, Notch Hill and Eagle Bay
telephone: 250-675-3306. 

Please welcome our new member Johanna Trimble from the Sunshine Coast.
Johanna brings a wealth of experience to our organization as a Lecturer for the Care of the Elderly (Dept. of Family Practice, UBC) and through her work on medication safety for elders. 

A warm welcome to the newest member of the BC Rural Health Network:
East Shore Kootenay Lake Community Health Society.
ESKLCHS represents the following communities:
Riondel, Crawford Bay, Kootenay Bay, Gray Creek, Boswell, Sanca, and Twin Bays
To read more, please use the pull down Member Communities button.