Southern Stl’atl’imx Health Society

Health Contacts

Emergency Health Contacts

Fire, Police or Ambulance

In the case of a medical emergency, please use the following contact information to get the help you need.

This list is followed by additional contact information for Telehealth options and Non-Emergency Health resources.

Mental Health Crisis

KUU-US Crisis Response Services

24-hour, culturally safe help for First Nations and Indigenous Peoples

Telehealth Options

Need to see a doctor, but can’t travel? Telehealth, also known as telemedicine, allows you to connect with a doctor, nurse practitioner, or other medical professional, either online or by phone.

HealthLink BC’s 8-1-1 number is an example of telehealth that you may be familiar with. By calling 8-1-1, you can speak to a health service navigator who can help you find health information, or connect you with a nurse, registered dietician, or pharmacist.

The FNHA’s Doctor of the Day initiative and the Pemberton Medical Clinic both offer telehealth doctor’s appointments. Doctor of the Day appointments can be made by phone, while Pemberton Medical Clinic asks that you make an appointment through its website.

Appointments can take place in your own home or at your community’s health station or dedicated health space.

The First Nations Health Network doesn’t directly facilitate medical appointments but offers a variety of health-related videos and resources.