Gabriola Community Health Centre

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Welcome to the Gabriola Community Health Centre

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Medical Clinic Entrance

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Medical Clinic Physicians 

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The Urgent Care Room

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Medical Clinic Waiting Area

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Medical Clinic Reception Desk

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Typical Examination Room

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Medical Clinic Administration Office

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Medical Clinic Lunch Room

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Businesses Located on the First Floor

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Helipad In Operation

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First Floor Entrance

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First Floor

If you are in urgent need of medical care call 911.  If you require health care advice for a non-urgent concern or about COVID-19, call HealthLink BC at 811. News: - Gabriola Health Report VideoThe Gabriola Health and Wellness Collaborative in partnership with the Gabriola Health Care Foundation is excited to announce the release of the Gabriola Health Report video. This video reveals challenges to Gabriolans’ quality of life as well as the creative solutions being employed to improve health, wellbeing and life chances for all Gabriolans. Learn surprising facts and hear local stories about health services, housing, economics, income and food security, environmental conservation and other vital concerns. Discover ways that you can support positive health outcomes for Gabriola. - 2020 Gabriola Health Report -  (PDF version)  Click here. - Integrated health care on Gabriola Island.  (Video)  - Gabriola Medical Clinic Web site -  The Gabriola Medical Clinic web site is now live! -   Click here. - Why become a member of GHCF? -- A letter from the President of GHCF inviting you to become a member. Click here.

GHCF respectfully acknowledges and recognizes the Coast Salish Nations whose territory we live and work on. In particular, we acknowledge and recognize Gabriola Island as the unceded territory of Snuneymuxw First Nation (SFN). We respect the longstanding relationships that Coast Salish and Hul'qumi'num speaking Nations have to this land, as they are the original caretakers. We acknowledge that the Snuneymuxw Treaty of 1854 (Douglas Treaties) was signed with the British Crown and colonial governments and asserts SFN treaty rights and title. We acknowledge and recognize that SFN rights and title is affirmed by section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.

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