Rural Coordinating Center of BC: RCCbc supports the Continuum of Care by focusing on rural health education, network facilitation and inter-professional training and practice.
British Columbia Medical Association: The BCMA is a voluntary association of British Columbia's physicians, medical residents, and medical students. The Association aims to advance the practice and science of medicine and the health of British Columbians by working for the improvement of medical education, health care legislation, and the delivery of hospital and other health care services.
The Canadian Medical Association: The CMA is a national, voluntary association of physicians that advocates on behalf of its members and the public for access to high quality health care, and provides leadership and guidance to physicians.
College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia: The CPSBC was established by the provincial legislature in 1886 as the licensing and regulatory body for all physicians and surgeons in the province. The College is governed by provincial legislation that entrusts the College with the responsibility to establish, monitor and enforce high standards of qualification and medical practice across the province.
UBC Faculty of Medicine: The University of British Columbia is home to the only Faculty of Medicine in British Columbia. It provides innovative educational and research programs in the areas of health and life sciences through an integrated and province-wide delivery model.
UNBC Northern Medical Program: The NMP is part of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. This distributed medical program has proven to be a highly successful model of distributed education. Through UBC's Admissions Office, thirty-two medical students are welcomed into the NMP every year and arrive at the beautiful University of Northern British Columbia campus each January.
International Medical Graduates Program: The British Columbia IMG Program has been specifically funded by the Provincial Government to enable medical doctors who have trained in medical schools outside Canada and the United States to obtain residency positions that will lead to licensure for practice. The program is offered to British Columbians who are Canadian citizens, Permanent Residents, Landed Immigrants or those that have Refugee Status.
Physician Credentials Registry of CANADA (PCRC): The Physician Credentials Registry of Canada (PCRC), a division of the Medical Council of Canada (MCC), was established to provide a centralized repository for physicians’ core medical credentials.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada: Every year, over 150,000 foreign workers enter Canada to work temporarily in jobs that help Canadian employers address skill shortages, or to work as live-in caregivers.
Health Match BC: Health Match services include recruiting physicians and assisting in the recruitment of registered nurses and allied health professionals on behalf of BC's publicly-funded health care facilities.