A Partnership between Doctors of BC and the BC Ministry of Health

  • "Patients understand their conditions. I feel we're getting somewhere. They feel they're getting somewhere."

  • "The real story here is about patient care. GPs are now able to improve the quality of care for thousands of British Columbians. "


The General Practice Services Committee (GPSC) recognizes the challenges facing BC physicians today and supports BC doctors by developing and implementing programs that improve job satisfaction for family physicians (FPs) and primary health care for patients.

The GPSC was formed in 2002 as a partnership between the BC Ministry of Health (MoH) and Doctors of BC . Its key role is to "encourage and enhance" full-service family practice to the benefit of patients.

It also offers an expanded role for BC doctors in determining the future direction of health care through mutually identified initiatives around quality patient care and system-wide improvements.

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