Interior Health is the publicly funded healthcare provider in an area of the Canadian province of British Columbia. Interior Health was established as one of five geographically based health authorities in 2001 by the Government of British Columbia. It is responsible for ensuring publicly funded health services are provided to the people of the Southern Interior. Interior Health serves a large geographic area covering almost 215-thousand square kilometres and includes larger cities such as Kelowna, Kamloops, Cranbrook, Penticton and Vernon, and a multitude of rural and remote communities.
The key areas in services provided include:
-Home & Community Care
-Mental Health & Addictions
-Public Health Prevention & Protection
Interior Health provides services for the following areas:
-Thompson and Lillooet
-Boundary – less