Campbell River Community Care - Island Health

Home and Community Care provides health care and personal support services to eligible people served by Island Health. Maximizing client wellness and their ability to care for themselves is our focus.  

 Our in-home and community based services support you to:

  • Improve your health and quality of life, and
  • Remain independent and in your own home for as long as possible

These settings may include hospital, but we can also offer you other options based on your needs, such as residential care and assisted living, doctors office or other primary care settings.

Our services add to, but do not replace, your efforts to care for yourself with help from family, friends and the community.

Services for eligible clients are delivered by teams of health care professionals in a variety of settings, and may include:

  • Nursing
  • Ambulatory Care Clinic
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Social Work
  • Case Management in the Community
  • Case Management in the Hospital
  • Subsidized Home Support Services
  • Brain Injury Program
  • Health Services for Community Living
  • Seniors Health
  • Palliative Care

North Island Wound Care Collaborative

A team of health care professionals working in association with your family physician/nurse practitioner.  We provide an integrated service of prevention, education, treatment and support related to chronic wounds.   See attached brochure, under Resources for more information regarding this collaborative.




Program name (alternate):  Home Support, HSCL, Seniors Health

Address / Contact Info

Vancouver Island Health Authority Island Health Community Care Campbell River Community Care
930 Island Highway Campbell River , BC V9W 4C5

Phone Numbers

Phone : (250) 850-2150
Fax : (250) 850-2180

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Mon - Fri, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Service Details

Referral criteria: For more information or to access Community Care please call the general enquiry line 1.866.928.4988
Languages spoken: English

Web Links

Forms and Resources

This program was last updated on 23 Sep 2016.