Two and a half years after its inception, the RCCbc Site Visit project has reached its half-way point with over 100 rural BC communities visited.
101 Rural Subsidiary Agreement (RSA) communities representing all corners of the province have been visited, more than 350 meetings with the Health Care partners recorded and over 4,000 pages of valuable transcribed feedback generated.
We would like to express our thanks with all those who have been a part of our process and for help us reaching out to rural communities across BC.
We look forward to the next 100 communities of the Rural Site Visits project!
Dr. Stuart Johnston
Director, Rural Site Visits Project
Program Coordinator, Rural Site Visits Project
Community Feedback Reports
The Rural Site Visits Project engages health partners (health professionals, health administration, policy makers, community, and academic institutions) within each community visited. From these meetings, information is collected, anonymized and analyzed into themes to identify the major themes affecting health care delivery in BC rural communities.
As a commitment to the communities, RCCbc is providing bi-annual Community Feedback Reports to provide updates on project progress and share learnings from innovative solutions found throughout the visits. Please note that each report encompasses feedback from all rural communities engaged since the beginning of the Project.
Note: the third report covers everything from June 2017 to December 2019