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What people are saying about the Sts’ailes Community Care Campus

Angela George, SCCC clinic director –

“Our vision is to ensure everyone living in the northern Fraser region has access to the health-care services they need and deserve. The SCCC will weave together traditional and contemporary approaches to health care to help several individuals, families and communities access timely, person-centred health-care that is closer to their homes.”

Colleen Erickson, board chair, FNHA –

“I look forward to seeing these developments becoming reality. This is a concrete example of the ways the FNHA is supporting First Nations’ communities in British Columbia through innovation and inclusion.”

Carolyne Neufeld, vice president, Fraser Health, Indigenous Health and Cultural Safety –

“Access to patient-centred, culturally safe primary-care services is fundamental to a sustainable and equitable health system that puts people first. We are pleased to partner with the Sts’ailes and First Nations Health Authority on this important project that will ensure First Nations-led, culturally appropriate primary care is available to people for many years to come.”

Alix Arndt, interim CEO, Nurses and Nurse Practitioners of BC –

“The Association of the Nurses and Nurse Practitioners of BC is pleased that the knowledge, skills and expertise of the entire health-care team will improve access to health care for British Columbians through the Sts’ailes Community Care Campus. We believe that this approach will be pivotal in ensuring B.C. families feel connected to their health-care team and we are excited to see the construction of another First Nation-led primary care centre.”