Ts'ewulhtun Health Centre
Ts’ewulhtun Health Centre began operation in 1992. It manages public health and communicable disease control for Cowichan Tribes, and provides health education programs. Other administrative services include:
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A Health Advisory Committee, as appointed by Chief and Council, oversees the budget and major expenditures, monitors programs, and recommends new programs to address community health needs. Day-to-day operations are managed by the Health Director, supported by approximately 80+ full-time, part-time, casual, and contract employees. An Environmental Health Officer conducts evaluations, inspections, and advisory services related to public health.
5768 Allenby Road
Duncan, BC V9L 5J1
Ts’ewulhtun Health Centre promotes a strong, healthy community. In the spirit of cooperation, from the wisdom of our elders, we will put into practice traditional and non-traditional ways to achieve an emotional, spiritual, mental, and physical well being.
Health care programs are funded by First Nations Health Authority, and long-term care services are funded by Aboriginal Affairs Northern Development Canada (AANDC). Funding for other programs and services comes from the Band’s own-source revenue and provincial grants for youth.