Interior Health recognized as Top Employer in B.C. and Canada

February 16, 2023

For the ninth time, Interior Health has been named one of BC’s Top Employers. And, for the first time, Interior Health is a recipient of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People award. These special designations recognize employers across the country who lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work.

“I am incredibly proud of our employees and immensely grateful for their perseverance and unwavering commitment to care, even during these unprecedented and challenging times,” said Susan Brown, Interior Health president and CEO. “In every corner of our organization, teams have come together and supported one another, helped each other and never lost sight of our common goal: health and well-being for all.”

In the 2023 Interior Health Top Employer video, Brown celebrates this incredible achievement, and employees from across the Interior region share why they choose to work at Interior Health.

BC’s Top Employers and Canada’s Top Employers for Young People awards are annual competitions that consider a variety of criteria such as diversity and inclusion, benefits, physical workplace, student/new graduate opportunities and training, recruitment and retention, employment standards, community involvement and more. These award achievements show that Interior Health has scored high in all areas.

“Since I started my career at Interior Health, I have always felt supported to grow and be my best,” said Lauren Hristoski, corporate director, compensation & recruitment, Interior Health. “It’s our people and teams who make Interior Health a great place to work, and I feel fortunate to work for a BC Top Employer.”

Interior Health is a large organization delivering health-care services and solutions that make a positive difference in the lives of everyone in the Interior region. All 215,000 square kilometres are located on the ancestral, unceded and traditional territories of the seven Interior region First Nations: Dãkelh Dené, St’át’imc, Syilx, Tŝilhqot’in, Ktunaxa, Secwépemc and Nlaka’pamux Nations.

Learn more about why Interior Health was chosen as one of Canada's Top Employers for Young People in The Globe and Mail, Jan. 24 and as one of BC’s Top Employers in the Vancouver Sun, Feb. 14. See the complete award listing in the Interior Health feature section on Canada’s Top 100 Employers website.

We invite any one interested in exploring career opportunities with Interior Health to visit Jobs.Interiorhealth.ca to view all current job postings.

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