The Simpcw Health Program, recipient of Accreditation with Commendation from Accreditation Canada, is a community-based service provider governed by the Simpcw Health Board and funded by First Nations Health Authority (FNHA). The Simpcw Health Board, comprised of seven (7) volunteer board members including one (1) Council Representative, has delegated responsibility and authority to plan, organize, and implement health programs and services for the Simpcw First Nation community as outlined in the Band Council Resolution (BCR), endorsed by Chief and Council on July 5, 2010.

The Simpcw Health Board supports the concept of promoting holistic health and is committed to supporting their Mission Statement: “The Simpcw Health Board embraces and is committed to supporting Simpcw in creating wellness in all aspects of life. Our holistic philosophy guides us to be healthy individuals that create healthy communities that are balanced in all phases of spiritual, physical, emotional and mental well-being.” February 2008

Another Test
Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 at 11:47AM
The Simpcw Health Program, recipient of Accreditation with Commendation from Accreditation Canada, is a community-based service provider governed by the Simpcw Health Board and funded by First Nations Health Authority (FNHA). The Simpcw Health Board, comprised of seven (7) volunteer board members including one (1) Council Representative, has delegated responsibility and authority to plan, organize, and implement health programs and services for the Simpcw First Nation community as outlined in the Band Council Resolution (BCR), endorsed by Chief and Council on July 5, 2010.

The Simpcw Health Board supports the concept of promoting holistic health and is committed to supporting their Mission Statement: “The Simpcw Health Board embraces and is committed to supporting Simpcw in creating wellness in all aspects of life. Our holistic philosophy guides us to be healthy individuals that create healthy communities that are balanced in all phases of spiritual, physical, emotional and mental well-being.” February 2008
Test
Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 at 11:45AM
The Simpcw Health Program, recipient of Accreditation with Commendation from Accreditation Canada, is a community-based service provider governed by the Simpcw Health Board and funded by First Nations Health Authority (FNHA). The Simpcw Health Board, comprised of seven (7) volunteer board members including one (1) Council Representative, has delegated responsibility and authority to plan, organize, and implement health programs and services for the Simpcw First Nation community as outlined in the Band Council Resolution (BCR), endorsed by Chief and Council on July 5, 2010.