Medical Health Officers
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Medical Health Officers are responsible for the health and wellbeing of residents and communities living in Interior Health. Responsibilities are carried out by providing independent statutory reporting and decision making, contributing to health authority strategy and operations, and offering specialist consultation to clinical staff including physicians and nurses.

Medical Health Officers are designated by the Lieutenant Governor under Order in Council on the recommendation of the Provincial Health Officer and by request of the Interior Health Board. They are also members of the Interior Health’s Medical Department of Public Health.
 
Who We Are
The Office of the Medical Health Officer includes:
  • Dr. Trevor Corneil (Chief Medical Health Officer) 
  • Dr. Kamran Golmohammadi 
  • Dr. Karin Goodison
  • Dr. Silvina Mema
  • Dr. Sue Pollock
 
Office of the Medical Health Officer
Community Health & Services Centre
505 Doyle Avenue
Kelowna, BC V1Y OC5
Phone: 250-868-7729
  

What We Do  

Responsibilities include disease and injury surveillance, communicable disease prevention, environmental health, and care facility licensing. Specialty subject areas include aboriginal health, mental health, substance use, harm reduction, primary & community care transformation, health promotion, and maternal child health.

Health Status Reports

 

MoH     PCQO