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    Health Services

    Port Hardy offers a wide range of health care services, with many facilities under the jurisdiction of the Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA). Facilities include:

    • Eagle Ridge Manor – extended care beds
    • Public Health Office
    • The Family Place Partnership
    • Mental Health Centre
    • North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre
    • Physicians and dental clinics, chiropractor, massage and physical therapists
    • BC Ambulance Station


    Port Hardy has a fully-equipped hospital with acute-care beds and a full-time medical staff. The hospital provides the region with emergency services, medical ambulatory, adult in- and out-patient rehabilitation services and medical imaging/diagnostics, including general x-ray, ultrasound, and laboratory services.

    Click here for a comprehensive list of regional health care services.



    Port Hardy Hospital,

    9120 Granville St., Port Hardy

    Port McNeill & District Hospital
    2750 Kingcome Place, Port McNeill
    North Island Home Community Care 250-949-3411
    Island Health (formerly Vancouver Island Health Authority-VIHA) http://www.viha.ca/
    Public Health Units
    Port Alice Health Unit
    1090 Marine Drive, Port Alice
    Port Hardy Health Unit
    7070 Market Street, Port Hardy
    Port McNeill Health Centre
    1775 Grenville Place, Port McNeill
    Port McNeill Dental Clinic 250-956-4244
    Dr. Raymond Wong
    7185 Market Street, Port Hardy
    Port Alice Medical Clinic
    1090 Marine Drive, Port Alice, BC
    250-284-3555 Ext 228
    250-284-6163 Fax
    Port Hardy Primary Health Care Centre
    9140 Granville Street, Port Hardy, BC
    250-902-6009 Fax
    Port McNeill Medical Clinic
    2161 McNeill Rd, Port McNeill BC
    250-956-3299 Fax

    All North Island Physicians And Health Centres Issue BC Government ‘Tap’ Forms (Pink Slips)  To Accommodate Travel Expenses; Please Enquire At Your Medical Office.


    Third Party Reporting Program – North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre


    The North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre and the RCMP are pleased to announce the launch of Third Party Reporting in the North Island. Third Party Reporting (TPR) is a process that allows adult victims to report details of a sexual offence to police “anonymously” through a trained designated third party organization. We are proud to announce that the designated third party organization for the Mt. Waddington Regional District is the North Island Crisis & Counselling Centre. View the detailed news release or the Third Party Reporting pamphlet below or visit NICCS website for more information about NICCS and the program.