Vancouver Island

Welcome to the Vancouver Island serving health leaders in all of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. Click on the links below to learn more about this chapter and its executive.

Chapter Executive

The following is a list of all members of the Vancouver Island Chapter Executive. All volunteer their time to ensure that health leaders are able to personally connect with each other and collectively advance the issues that are important to them in their local communities.

To see the full executive list, please log into your member account. If you are not a member and would like to contact a member of the Chapter Executive please email



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Pictures from recent events

June 25, 2018 - A well-being mandate: City building in the 21st Century

April 12, 2018 - BC's health human resources pipeline: Exploring what's restricting the flow of new seniors care workers and how to resolve it

February 2, 2018 - Speed networking event

September 26, 2017 - Recruiting, developing and retaining future health leaders


College chapters offer membership programs tailored to the unique geography of their individual regions. See the latest event information for the Vancouver Island below, including events that have reached a national audience through webinar format.

Upcoming Events



Past Events



Mentorship programs at the chapter level are designed to help students and early leaders build the skills they need to become visible health leaders in their own local communities. Mentorship also provides senior leaders with the opportunity to share their knowledge and contribute to the health system. Information about the Vancouver Island mentorship program can be found below. To access the mentorship matching tool, visit the College's National Mentorship Portal. You must be logged in as a member to use the portal.

Vancouver Island Chapter
Mentorship Program
October 2018 - June 2019

We will be encouraging participants to think differently about the positive benefits achieved through mentorship. Rather than focusing solely on mentors vs. mentees we will be encouraging mentoring pairs and partnerships. This will allow you to connect with someone from a different organization or area of focus to build a greater understanding of the shared successes and challenges we face in healthcare.

  1. Decide whether you want to be a mentor, mentee or both. Mentee’s and Mentors do not need to be college members – though it is encouraged. * There are many benefits of becoming a college member ( click here for more information). If you are interested in becoming a college member please complete the online membership application form.
  2. Decide how much time you can give to the mentorship process. In general, we have found that a meaningful mentorship experience is supported by an average time commitment of 1-2 hours per month. The program also provides three 2 hour in-person engagement sessions with a guest speaker, food, and refreshments.
  3. Complete the online application form on or before Tuesday, September 18th, 2018.

Applications will be carefully reviewed by the Mentorship Committee and matching will be based on mentorship experience, leadership experience, availability, and mentorship goals. CCHL members will receive preference followed by Ministry of Health members.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the CCHL Mentorship Committee at:

The 2018-2019 CCHL Mentorship Program is generously sponsored by BC Ministry of Health.


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