Check out your new website

November 15, 2021

Visit YOUR new www.InteriorHealth.ca for quick and easy access to health information in B.C.’s interior region.

This website includes features designed to connect you to Interior Health services and locations in your area. Health alerts will let you know if there is something you need to be aware of, from natural disasters to toxic drug alerts or vaccine updates. And you can subscribe for news and information delivered right to your inbox. Looking for something else? Check out the search feature (click on the magnifying glass at the top right of the screen) to get immediate access to health information, contact details and more.

Person-centred design


To get it right, we called on the experts and reached out to people like you to tell us how this new website should look, work and feel.

public advisory group shared ideas on the website appearance, user experience, and navigation. Public members also worked alongside health-care experts, to identify the information that needs to be included. Public members on the project steering committee ensured the public perspective was always part of the decision-making process. The general public and other health-care organizations also contributed their ideas through a public survey, discovery workshops and focus groups. Thanks to the efforts of these dedicated public members, we have a website designed for the public, by the public.

Gratitude mosaic

These are some of the people who gave their time and ideas to this website. Thank you!


Looking for health stories? Please visit us at www.InteriorHealth.ca.

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