These organizations are an integral part of the health care system on Vancouver Island. Please note that any job opportunities posted below are NOT with Island Health.
The Health Shared Services BC (HSSBC) is a division of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) providing non-clinical support services to BC's six health authorities.
St. Joseph's General Hospital, Comox, is a 234-bed hospital (109 in acute care and 125 in extended and transitional care). St. Joseph's General Hospital is owned by the Bishop of Victoria and is managed locally by a board of Comox Valley residents.
Located next to the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, it is one of five full service cancer centres of the BC Cancer Agency (BCCA) providing oncology consultations, chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments for Vancouver Island residents.
Baptist Housing Care Homes are well known in the community for providing exceptional care to their aging residents.
Beacon Community Services is a non-profit agency offering Home Support Services and is the contracted Home Support service provider for Island Health in the Greater Victoria area.
The Broadmead Care Society is a not-for-profit society working in partnership with the Island Health and Veterans Affairs Canada to meet the health care needs of Veterans, seniors and members of our community.
The Greenwoods Eldercare Society is a not-for-profit organization that owns and manages residential care facilities on the Southern Gulf Islands of BC including the Greenwoods Care facility.
University of BC’s Faculty of Medicine, in collaboration with the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC), the University of Victoria (UVic) and the Vancouver-Fraser Medical Program (VFMP) at UBC provides medical education training at these three sites.
Luther Court is a not-for-profit community of care with 60 complex care beds, 30 assisted living apartments, 28 subsidized independent apartments, and an adult day centre.
Mount St. Mary Hospital, Victoria, is a not-for-profit residential care facility in Victoria operated by the The Marie Esther Society.
The Nanaimo Child Development Centre is a not-for-profit organization providing individualized services for children and their families.
Nanaimo Travellers Lodge Society is a not-for-profit registered charity operating the Nanaimo Travellers Lodge, a 90 bed dedicated dementia care facility in central Vancouver Island.
Saanich First Nations Adult Care Society
A not-for-profit organization in Brentwood Bay serving First Nations people on the Saanich Peninsula. Services include home care nursing, personal care, homemaking, acupuncture, medical transportation. Referrals are made by social development workers,community health representatives, family physicians, family members and hospital staff. For more information contact: (250) 544-1627.
Selkirk Place is a campus of care located on the Selkirk/Gorge waterway. On site we have a 41 suite Assisted Living buildings, as well as a 217- bed Complex Care facility.
The Stz'uminus First Nation has 1,300 members and are a Coast Salish People whose traditional territory on east Vancouver Island includes four reserves of more than 1,200 hectares, much of it bordering the Strait of Georgia and Ladysmith Harbour.
Tla'Amin Community Health (TCH) services members of the Tla'Amin First Nation and others living in Sliammon. The Sliammon First Nation (Kla ah men) are a part of the Coast Salish peoples inhabiting the community located just North of Powell River.
Victoria Hospice provides care and support for individuals and their families facing advancing illness, death and bereavement. The Victoria Hospice team of physicians, nurses, counsellors, spiritual caregivers and volunteers provides expert physical, social, emotional and spiritual care.
Currently recruiting for: Assistant to the Clinical Director (maternity leave)
The Victoria Hospitals Foundation's focus is fundraising for the Royal Jubilee and Victoria General Hospitals. Funding priorities are established in partnership with Island Health.