From facilitating rural health discussions to coordinating rural health initiatives, we help British Columbia's rural doctors deliver timely, safe and effective team-based care.
Our Projects & Initiatives
Real-Time Virtual Support (RTVS)
Real-Time Virtual Support (RTVS) sees rural providers (nurses, midwives, residents, nurse practitioners and physicians) connect with on-call Virtual Physicians to collaborate on health provision.
Rural Global Health Partnership Initiative
RGHPI offers grants for projects spearheaded by rural physicians or medical trainees in British Columbia (BC) and their partners based in underserved rural communities in BC, other parts of Canada, or internationally.
Quality Team Coaching for Rural BC
QTC4RBC workshops and leadership coaching empowers teams to regroup and reconnect with their purpose and take steps toward building their desired team culture and advancing their chosen goals.
RCCbc provides grants and offers other support to rural physicians and medical students to carry out culturally safe and rurally relevant research that informs public policy and improves healthcare practice and delivery.
Rural Education Action Plan
The Rural Education Action Plan supports the training needs of physicians in rural practice. It also provides undergraduate medical students and post-graduate residents with rural practice experience and increases rural physician participation into the medical school selection process.