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INVENTORY UPDATE 94A REGIONAL ANALYSIS OF HEALTH PERSONNELIN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIABHRU95:2Health Human Resources UnitCentre for HealthServices andPolicy ResearchTheUniversity of British ColumbiaVancouver, British-Columbia V6T 1Z3March 1995Canadian Cataloguing in Publkatlon DataMain eotry under title:Inventory update 94(ResearchreportsI Health HumanResources Unit ; HHRU95:2)ISBN 1-896459-84-61. Medical personnel-British Columbia-Statistics. 2. Alliedhealth persoone1--British Co1umbia--Statistics. I. Universityof British Columbia. Health Human Resources Unit II.Series:Research reports (Universityof British ColumbiaHealth HumanResources Unit) ; HHRU 95:2.RA41O.9.C2I5 1995 610.69'09711'021 C95-910397-XHEALTII HUMAN RESOURCES UNITThe HealthHumanResources Unit (llliRU) of theCentrefor Health Servicesand PolicyResearchwasestablishedas a demonstration projectby the BritishColumbiaMinistryof Health in 1973. Since thattime, the Unit has been carried on an ongoingbasis within the Ministry's annual operatingbudget.The Unit undertakes a series of researchstudies that are relevantto healthhuman resourcesmanagementand to publicpolicydecisions.The HHRU'sresearchagenda is determined through extensive discussion of key currentissuesandavailableresourceswith the members of the HealthHumanResources WorkingGroupof the Ministryof Health. Varioushealth care providergroupsparticipate indirectly, throughongoingformal andinformalcommunication withMinistryof Healthofficials and withHHRUresearchers.Three typesof researchactivityare variously includedon the Unit'sresearchagendaand draw ondifferentskills and researchexpertiseof its faculty and staff. In conjunction with theprofessionallicensingbodies or associations, the HHRUdevelops and maintains a co-operative healthhumanresourcesdatabase. The Unit uses thesedata to produceregular statusreports thatprovidea basis forfuture in-depthstudiesand for health humanresources planning. The Unit conducts in-depthstudiesthathave a particularpolicyrelevance or assess the impactof specificpolicymeasures, based onsecondary analysesof data from the co-operative database or primary data collectedthroughlargescalesurveys. The HHRUalso conducts specificprojects pertaining to themanagement of healthhumanresourcesat local, regional,or provinciallevels.Copiesof studiesand reportsproduced by the HHRUare available at no charge.HealthHumanResourcesUnitCentrefor HealthServices& PolicyResearch429-2194HealthSciencesMallVancouver, B.C.V6T lZ3 (604)822-4810ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSSpecial appreciation is extended to the regulatory bodies and membership groups, all of whomtook the time to answer our written and verbal requests for information.INVENTORY UPDATE 94 represents one year of file maintenance and updating, with twomonths of consistency checks, table generation, definition and other text verification, arid proof­reading. Kim McGrail and Kerry Kerluke co-ordinated the report production. The programmingteam worldng on this edition was headed by Kerry Kerluke and included Harold Yip, Brian McCasbin,and Patrick Wong Fung. Kim McGrail, Laura Wood, Allyson MacDonald and Carlene Swan handledthe editing, updatin~d report preparation. Tables were produced on a 486 mMTM compatible PCrunning under DOS 6.0 and Windows™ v3.1 using Excel™ 4.0 and software written inFoxPROTM v2.5. Maps were ~uced on an mMTM 3081163 using Display Integrated SoftwareSystems and Plotting Language (DISSPLA) v8.2 running under MrS. Text was produced usingMicrosoft Word™ 2.0. All printing was done on a QMS 815 Postscript™ laser printer.Fmally, financial support from the University of British Columbia and the British ColumbiaMinistry of Health is gratefully acknowledged.TH E UNIV ERSITY OF BRITISH COL UMBIAHealth Human Resources UnitCentre for Health Services and Policy Research429 - 2194 Health Sciences MallVancouver, B.C. Canada V6T 1Z3Tel: (604) 822-4810Fax: (604) 822-5690Ms. ChristineNichollsChairHealthHumanResourcesWorldngGroupMinistry of Health1515BlanshardStreetVictoria,B.C. V8W 3C8DearMs. NichollsIt is with pleasure that I transmit to youand to the membersof the HealthHumanResourcesWorldngGroup the first editionof our INVENTORY UPDATE series,INVENTORY UPDATE 94.The INVENTORY series representsa regionalanalysisof health personnel in the provinceof BritishColumbia, and has been developedin responseto a growing need for regional informationin thisprovince. The tables includedin this publicationare derivedfrom thosepublishedin ROlLCAlLUPDATE 94, with additionalinformationaboutplace of graduation. This publicationis meant to be usedin tandem with the ROILCAIL series,whichcarriesmore information regardingworkforcecategorydefinitionsand registrationstatus.As always,we look forwardto your comments and suggestions.Sincerely, ()B11::::f.~z ~Associate DirectorCentrefor Health ServicesandPolicyResearchA Research Unit Funded by the Ministry of Health, British ColumbiaTable of ContentsPage NumberIntroduction : iTable NumberBritish Columbia Total1 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and PopuIation 32 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 43 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 5Health Region 1 - East Kootenay4 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and PopuIation 75 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 86 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 9Health Region 2 - West Kootenay - Boundary7 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and PopuIation 118 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 129 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 13Health Region 4 - North Okanagan10 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 1511 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 1612 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 17Health Region 5 - South Okanagan - SlmlIkameen13 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and PopuIation 1914 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 2015 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 21Health Region 6 - Thompson Valley16 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and PopuIation 2317 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 2418 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 25Health Region 7· Upper Fraser Valley .19 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 2720 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 2821 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 29Health Region 9 • South Fraser Valley22 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 3123 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 3224 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 33Health Region 10 • Simon Fraser25 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 3526 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 3627 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 37Health Region 11 • Coast Garibaldi28 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 3929 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 4030 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 41Health Region 13· Central Vancouver Island31 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 4332 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 4433 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 45Health Region 14 • North Island! Mid Coast34 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population .4735 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 4836 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 49Health Region 15 • Cariboo37 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 5138 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 5239 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 53Health Region 16 • North West40 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 5541 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 5642 Health Personnel by Place ofGraduation 57Health Region 17 • Peace Rlvee- Liard43 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 5944 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 604S Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 61Health Region 18 • Northern interior46 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 6347 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 6448 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation' 65Health Region 20· Vancouver49 He8Ith Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 6750 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 6851 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 69Health Region 30 • Burnaby52 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 7153 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 7254 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 73Health Region 40 • North Shore55 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 7556 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 7657 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 77Health Region 50 • RIchmond58 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 7959 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 8060 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 81Health Region 60 • Capital Health61 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 8362 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 8463 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 85AppendicesA Information about Health Personnel 87Dental SsrvicesCertified Dental Assistants 89Dental Hygienists 90Dentists 90Medical& Treatment ServicesEmergency Medical Assistants 91Pharmacists 92Physicians 92NursingServicesLicensed Practical Nurses 93Registered Nurses 93Licensed Graduate Nurses 94Registered Psychiatric Nurses 94Nutrlllon & Dietary SsrvicesDietitians and Nutritionists 95Psychological ServicesPsychologists , : 96RehabllUation ServicesMassage Therapists 96Occupational Therapists 97Physical Therapists 98B Map of BritishColumbia byHealth Regions 101Reports of the Health Human Resources Unit 105INTRODUCI'IONINVENTORY UPDATE94 is a regionalanalysis of health personnel in theprovinceof BritishColumbia,and, for the IllIRU. representsa return to reportinginformation by HealthRegionrather than by healthpersonnelgroup. (The first INVENrORY was published in 1974.) The information in these tables is derivedfromROUCAIL UPDATE94, a regularpublication of the HealthHuman ResourcesUnit (HHRU), and thedatabasesof the collegesand professional associations. The tables includedin this reporthave been generatedin response to a growingneed for regional information in BritishColumbia. The tableshave been publishedinthis format to increase the usabilityof ROUCAlL UPDATE information, but are not meant to replace thatvolume, which offersmore detailedinformation about thesefourteen healthprofessional groupsand two sub­groups.Table 1 gives a brief outline, for each professional group,of the sourceof data and the datesof record usedin producing these tables. The source of data for all groupsis the body that has responsibility for regulatingeither the professionor the titles underwhich the professionals work.Table 1Source of Data and Date of Record forSelected Health Personnel in B.C.Health ProfessionDental Se",kesCertifiedDentalAssistantsDentalHygienistsDentistsMedkal & Treatment Se",kesEmezgency MedicalAssistantsFJISt RespondersPbarmacistsPhysiciansNursing Se",kesLicensedPracticalNursesRegisteredNursesLicensedGraduate NursesRegisteredPsycbialrlcNursesNutrition & Dietary Se",kesDietitians& NutritionistsPsychologicalSe",kesPsycbologistsRehabilitation Se",kesMIlSS88e 'Iberapists*Occnpational1berapistsPhysical'Iberapists*Source of DataCollegeof DentalSlII1leons ofD.C.Collegeof DentalSlII1leoDS of D.C.Collegeof DentalSIIQleoDS ofD.C.Emergency MedicalAssistantLicensing BoardEmergency MedicalAssistant LicensingBoardCollegeofPlwmacists of D.C.Collegeof Physicians andSurgeons of D.C.D.C.Councilof LicensedPracticalNursesRegistered NursesAssociation of D.C.RegisteredNursesAssociation ofD.C.RegisteredPsydliattic NursesAssociation of D.C.D.C.Dietitians' andNutritionists' AssociationCollege of Psychologists of D.C.Assoc. of Physiotherapists and Massage Praditlonm of D.C.D.C.Societyof OccnpationallberapistsAssoc. of Physiotherapists andMassagePractitlODm of D.C.Date QfRecordOct 1993& Oct 1994Oct 1993& Oct 1994Oct 1993 & Oct 1994Ian 1994 & Dec 1994Ian 1994 & Dec 1994Sep 1993 & Dec 1994Sep 1993& Sep 1994Sep 1993& Sep 1994IUD 1993 & IUD 1994Dec 1993 & Dec 1994Oct 1993& Oct 1994Dec 1993& Dec 1994Dec 1993& Dec 1994Dec 1993& Dec 1994Dec 1993 & Dec 1994Dec 1993 & Dec 1994• A. DfDeccmbcr 16,1994.MasaagePractitiDners andPbysiDlhenpi&ta becameMaasage1bcnpislB andPbysical 'Therapisla. andaregDvcmcd I1IIdez' Bq)llI'IllC oolleges,IheCollegeDfMassIIge '1bmIpislsDfD.C.and tbeCollegeof Pbysical Therapistsof D.C. TheAaociatiDnDfPbysiDIha'llpislB and Maasage Praclitionc:n DfD.C.nolongerelliat&Table 2 is reproduced from the Introduction to ROUCAlL UPDATE94 and outlinesdata sourcesby typeof healthpersonnelgroup. Usersof thesedata shouldbe aware thatnot all of thesehealthprofessions haveamandatoryregistration requirement. When there is no registration requirement. data is takenfrom membershipiiassociations, some of whichare thoughtto representa largeproportion of thoseworkingin the field. Thereare, however, a certain numberof healthprofessionals who are not membersof theseprofessionalassociationsand are thereforenot countedin these tables. It is impossible to estimatehow manypeople this represents andwherethey live or work.Table2 also shows the varyingproportions of eachgroup thatare known to be workingin the field,comparedto those that are not, and thosefor whomwork status is unknown. The tables in the rest of thispublication use totalnumbersfor the group,as this represents the potential workforce in each region. Thedistinction betweenpotentialworkforce and employedworkforce is an importantone for health plannerstomake; the former represents healthhuman resourcesavailableto the region, while the latter is health humanresourcescurrentlyin use. Moreinformation about the employed workforceis availablein ROUCAlLUPDATE 94. An exceptionin the use of total numberis madefor physicians, where numbersare shownonlyfor non-postgraduates (thosenot involvedin post-graduate education). .Table 2Health Personnel in British Columbiaby MandatoryNoluntary Registration by Employment Status1994Fmployed ba Not EmpJyecr ba F.mpIoymentIkI4 l1dsI Statps Unknown mIALMANDATORYREGISTRATION GROupsCertifiedDentalAssistants 4,279 4,279DentalHygienists 1,385 1,385Dentista 71 2,166 2;237Emergency MedicalAssistants 2,775 2,775FJI'5t Responders~ 4.857 4,857Pbannacists 2,345 315 2,660Physicians 8,220 8,220LicensedPracticalNurses 4.652 1010 52 5.714Registered Nwses 27,197 2.776 755 30,728LicensedGraduateNurses 388 26 6 420Registezcd PsychiatricNurses 408 2,257 2,665Psychologists 738 77 815MassageTherapists 663 27 173 863PhysicalTherapists 1.715 117 210 2,042VOLUNTARY MEMBERSHIP GRoupsDietitiansaud Nutritionists 606 112 1 719Ocwpational Therapists 671 79 14 7641 Includes personnel whohave a membenhip or registrationstatus which IJIa1ces lhem ineligiblefor employmentin the field,and lhosewho arerepmed as "employedin llJIOlher field", "unemployed" or "on leave"by the regu1atay body or Jnlfessional association.2 lnformatioDis conectedonlyfer those known to be employedas fm responders. However.acting as a fm responder is not the primaryduty ofthisemploymentgroup; DXBtare fJJ'Cmen or policemen.Since the publication of ROUCALL 93, the CentralFraserValley HealthRegionhas been eliminated.ROUCAU UPDATE 94 and INVENTORY UPDATf. 94 have been producedincorporating that change. Amap of BritishColumbiaby HealthRegionsis included in Appendix B, along with a table that lists LocalHealth Areas by Health Region. As a result of this change, the threehealth regions that absorbedthe CentralFraser ValleyHealth Region (UpperFraser Valley,SouthFraser Valley and Simon Fraser) will have numbersthat do not match and are not easily comparableto those in previouspublications. A further changesince 1993is in the names of severalHealthRegions. Table 3 summarizesthesechanges.Table 3Summary of Changes In Health Region NamesiiiOld Health Region NameCentralKootenaySouth OkanaganSouth CentralBoundaryCentralVancouverIslandSkeenaPeaceRiverCapital RegionalDistrictNew Health Region NameWestKootenay - BoundarySouth Okanagan- SimilkameenThompson ValleySouthFraser ValleyNorth IslandlMidCoastNorthWestPeaceRiver - LiardCapitalHealthThe main body of this publicationis comprisedof tables, startingwith a set for B.C. as a whole,and;followedby tablesgroupedby HealthRegion. The first table for each HealthRegion showsnumberandnumber per 10,000population in 1993and 1994as well as the averageannual rates of change in these numbersfor each health profession. The average annual rate of change in number is the growth in the numberof healthprofessionalsfor the year, while the averageannualrate of change in ratio shows the growthin the number ofhealth professionalsfnrelation to the growth in the population. For the latter statistic, a positivenumberindicates the health profession grew faster than the general population, and a negativenumber indicates thehealth professiongrew slower than the generalpopulation. This first table also includesnumbersof regionalhospitalbeds, communitypharmacies, and regionalpopulations.The second table for each HealthRegionshows age and sex distribution for each of the groupsfromROLLCAlL UPDATE 94. The final table producedfor each HealthRegion showsplace of graduationinformationfor thosegroups containedin the IllIRU biennial series PLACEOF GRADUATION. The grandtotal of health professionalsin each region willbe smalleron this table comparedto the first two becauseplaceof graduationinformationfor EmergencyMedicalAssistantsand EmergencyMedical Assistant-FirstResponders is not provided.AppendixA is a compilationof information for each health professiontaken from ROLLCALL UPDATE94. Includedare scope of practice and definitionof typesof registmtionstatus as well as other information thatmay be useful in using the tables. Employmentaddress is used whereverpossible to locate the healthprofessionals. Specificpercentagesof home vs. employmentor other addressare outlinedfor each group. Allof this informationshouldbe consideredwhen interpreting numbersfrom the tables in this documentREGIONAL DISTRIBUTIONSTable 1B.C.-TOTALHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Phannacles and Population1993 and 19941Numberper ADmIIIINumber 10,000 Population RateofQumpIIaII1b G!!UJI 1993 1994 19113 1994 NIDIIile? R8tIo'De,""l Serviee.Certified Daltal AasiItaDb 4,067 4,279 11.50 11.77 5.21 2.29DaIta1 HygiCllista 1,227 1,355 3.47 3.73 10.43 7.37Dalti1Ca 2,152 2,237 6.09 6.l5 3.95 1.07Metlkal " Trealmelll Serviee.Emcql'.DCY McdicaI AasiataDb 2,838 2,775 8.03 7.63 -2.42 -5.37F'JIBt Respaaden 3,711 4,857 10.50 13.36 34.12 30.07PbmDacilta 2,563 2,660 7.25 7.32 3.24 0.78PbyliciaDa 8,142 8,220 23.03 22.61 0.96 -1.84Nursing Serviee.LiccD&cd Practical NIIJXS 5,970 5,714 16.89 15.72 -4.29 -6.94Rcgiatcml NIIIlICI 30 ,486 30 ,728 86.24 84.51 0.79 -2.00Licaucd GradUlIlc NlUlIC8 443 420 1.25 1.16 -5.19 -7.82Rcgistc:n:d Paycbildric NIIIlICI 2,675 2,665 7.57 7.33 -0.37 -3.14NlIIrilWn&: DielllTJ Serviee.Diditilm a:Nutrltiooista 705 719 1.911 1.98 1.911 -0.84Psyclwlogit:4lServiee.PaychologilU 785 815 2.22 2.24 3.82 0.94Relulhilikllion Serviee.MaasqcTherapists 765 863 2.16 2.37 12.81 9.68OccupetiCllllll 'Ilu:rapilta 708 764 2.00 2.10 7.91 4.92PbyaicalThcnpists 1,964 2,042 5.56 5.62 3.97 1.09TOTAL 69,201 71 ,113 195.75 195.58 1.76 -0.09Ho.pilol BethAaIlD CareDodl 11,265 10,367 31.87 28.51 -7.97 -10.52BmDdcd CarD Dodl 8,455 8,493 23.92 23.36 0.45 -2.34BassiDd.s 933 1,032 2.64 2.84 10.61 7.54RdlabiIitatioD Beds 416 342 1.18 0.94 -17.79 -20.07TOTAL BEDS 21,069 20,234 59.60 55.65 -3.96 -6.63CommunityP~ie6 625 661 1.77 1.82 4.92 2.42Populidion 3,535,100 3,635,9Y1 ilia ilia 2.85 iliaI Da!aI oC record differ for beallh JP'llIIPL P1c:aoe referto theJIIlrOducl!oo foropec:Ific dates of recordforeach paup.Z Rateof c:haDao (in pcnleDl) In 1110 1IWIlber.'Rate ofcblngo (inpen:all) InthellWllberpcr10,000popuJadoo.DIa-NotApp\lcab1e.Pnpand"':IIaIIIhH_~lJDJIThoUD1~IJ otBritIob Calam...3Table 2B.C. - TotalHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 !5-64 65 + Aget1DImcnm SuhtoCaI SexBaIJlh Group _ M____F'_ M J! M __J!_ _ M__ _ _ J!_ _ M__ _ _ J!_ _ M__ _ _ J!_ _ M__ _ _ J!_ M __F_~ TobIlDmIal ServieesCertified DentalAssistmu 3 573 4 1,525 1 466 0 69 0 3 0 0 1 1,622 9 4,258 12 4,279DentalHygienists 4 73 16 600 8 400 8 106 1 8 1 2 5 123 43 1,312 0 1,355Dentists 3 2 352 133 580 140 584 31 231 13 94 1 2 0 1,846 320 0 2,166Medictd & Tretdmenl ServicesEmergcacyMedicalAsaistanb 160 89 697 277 757 265 342 87 74 16 0 0 7 4 2,037 738 0 2,775FiJst Rel;paIdcn 252 27 1,337 91 1,726 62 912 27 145 5 13 0 22S 35 4,610 247 0 4,857FhaDnacista 58 68 356 509 414 450 2S4 187 182 43 81 14 29 15 1,374 1,286 0 2,660Physicilm (Nm-PostgnIduate) 0 0 715 493 1,774 739 1,683 363 1,035 114 581 46 22 2 5,810 1,757 0 7,5G1Nuning ServicesLiccnsecl Practical Nuaes 3 129 71 811 130 2,008 135 1,708 41 528 3 40 8 99 391 5m 0 5,714RcgistaedNursca 19 648 276 6,530 345 10,317 248 8,411 54 3,475 1 367 1 36 944 29,784 0 30,728Liccnsecl Graduate Nunes 0 0 1 22 5 156 2 169 0 57 0 6 0 2 8 412 0 420Rcgistcrecl Psychialrlc Nunes 3 45 77 448 139 572 288 668 120 215 8 18 15 47 650 2,013 2 2,665Nutrition & Dieltuy ServicesDictitiaDs & Nulritionists 0 15 1 237 4 256 0 121 0 43 0 2 3 37 8 711 0 719P:rycho1ogictd ServicesPsychologists 0 0 6 21 88 106 239 184 80 47 23 21 0 0 436 379 0 815RelulbilitDlion ServicesMassage'lberapil1B 9 21 90 216 95 244 39 86 10 11 5 1 10 26 258 60S 0 8630ccupali0IIal 'Iherapista 0 20 22 246 15 275 2 142 1 32 0 1 1 7 41 723 0 764Physical Therapists 8 40 116 499 101 598 56 419 20 115 3 16 14 37 318 1,724 0 2,042TOTAL 522 1,750 4,137 12,658 6,182 17,054 4,792 12,778 1,994 4,725 813 535 343 2,092 18,783 51,592 14 7l1,3891'rqJ<Jredhy:Haith JIamm a..oa.u-UDIIThe UDI1Ul111J of.BrII11b ColwablaTable 3B.C. - TOTALHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Place of GradwdioDSaskatcbCWIID "B.C. AJbata MJmJtoba ODIarlo Othc:re-da e-daSubtotal Otbcr O!tm!rt UDImowD TOTALHealth Group _N__"'__N__"'__N__"'__N__"'__N__"'__N__"'__N__"'__N__"'__N__"'_Dental ServicesCertified Dental Assistants 3.910 91.38 156 3.65 42 0.98 4 0.09 5 0.12 4,117 96.21 161 3.76 1 0.02 4,279 100.00Deatal Hygicllists 587 43.32 168 12.40 143 10.55 179 13.21 117 8.63 1,194 88.12 160 11.81 1 0.07 1,355 100.00Dentists 799 35.72 387 17.30 217 9.70 207 9.25 224 10.01 1,834 81.98 402 17.97 1 0.04 2,237 100.00Metlu:al & TreatllU!nI ServicesPhaanacists 2,047 76.95 143 5.38 238 8.95 38 1.43 27 1.02 2,493 93.72 155 5.83 12 0.45 2,660 100.00Physi:ians 2.114 25.72 1.001 1218 719 8.75 1.294 15.74 678 8.25 5,806 70.63 2,413 29.36 1 0.01 8,220 100.00Nursing Se",u:esLian!ed Practical Nurses 3,752 65.66 446 7.81 409 7.16 399 6.98 20~ 3.59 5,211 91.20 325 5.69 178 3.12 5.714 100.00RcgisteRd Nurses 15,605 50.78 2,629 8.56 2,818 9.17 3,247 10.57 1.706 5.55 26,005 84.63 4,711 15.33 12 0.04 30.728 100.00Rcgistr:red Psychiatric Nursca 1,624 60.94 96 3.60 343 12.87 0 0.00 0 0.00 2,063 77.41 385 14.45 217 8.14 2,665 100.00NulriIWn & Dieltlry Servu:esDietitians& NulritiODisls 336 46.73 78 10.85 68 9.46 90 12.52 87 12.10 659 91.66 53 7.37 7 0.97 719 100.00PsyclwlogU:al ServicesPs~boIogists 310 38.04 71 8.71 39 4.79 120 14.72 37 4.54 577 70.80 238 29.20 0 0.00 815 100.00ReWililtllion ServicesMlIlISlIgc 'llalpiats 499 57.82 2 0.23 3 0.35 309 35.81 1 0.12 814 94.32 18 2.09 31 3.59 863 100.00Occupational Therapists 279 36 .52 70 9.16 37 4.84 106 13.87 51 6.68 543 71.07 215 28.14 6 0.79 764 100.00Physical Therapists 542 26.54 147 7.20 147 7.20 243 11.90 139 6.81 1,218 59.65 792 38.79 32 1.57 2,042 100.00TOTAL 32,404 51.39 5,394 8.55 5,223 8.28 6,236 9.89 3,277 5.20 52,534 83.31 10,028 15.90 499 0.79 63,061 100.00Prepartd ''''-a_", a........ R->arca UDllThe UDl-.llJ alBrlllab Columbia6Table 4Health Region 1 • East KootenayHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberpel' AImuIIINumber 10.000 POpuJatioD Rate of Cb!mgeIJaIIIh Group 1993 1994 1993 1994 NIIIIIilC? Ibdfo'Delllal SenkelCertifiedDentalAssistants 81 88 11.09 11.93 8.64 7.57DentalHygienists 19 26 2.60 3.53 36.84 35.49Denlista 32 32 4.38 4.34 0.00 -0.98DenturiltsMedical Ii TrealmenJ ServicesEmc:rgeoc:y MedicalAssistants 155 150 21.23 20.34 -3.51 4 .55FmRespoodcnl 62 83 8.49 11.26 37.47 35.99FbarmBCists 36 36 4.93 4.88 0.00 -0.84Physicians 123 122 16.85 . 16.54 -0.81 -1.79NUTli"K SenkelLiccnscdPractical NIII'llCS 163 172 22.32 23.33 5.52 4.48Rcgi5tcrccl NIII'llCS 498 492 68.21 66.72 -1.20 -2.18Liccnscd Graduate NIII'llCS 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •Rcgjatrzed Psychialric NIII'llCS 14 13 1.92 1.76 -7.14 -8.06NuIriIio" Ii DielDl] SenkelDictiti8ll& &; Nutritiooists 12 13 1.64 1.76 8.33 7.27PI;yclwlogicGI SenkelPsychologists 8 8 1.10 1.08 • •Relwbilil4tio" SenkelMassageTherapists 11 IS 1.51 2.03 36.36 35.02Oa:upatiOlUl! Therapists 4 6 0.55 0.81 • •Physical 'I1u:rlIpists 30 33 4.11 4.48 10.00 8.92TOTAL 1,248 1,289 170.93 174.80 3.29 2.27HOlpil41 BedsAcuteCareBeds 308 248 42.18 33.63 -19.48 .20.27Bmnded CareBeds 116 113 15.89 15.32 -259 -3.55Bassinets 44 47 6.03 6.37 6.82 5.77Rehabilitation Bcda 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 468 408 64.10 55.33 ·12.82 -13.68Community PluJrnuzciel 11 11 1.51 1.49 0.00 -0.84Popu1l1tio" 73,014 73,740 Dla DIa 0Jl9 DlaI Dalalof recorddlfCc:r fer heaIIh groups. PleasereCc:r to !heInIroduclion Cor apeciIic datesoC recordCor each 8J'OUp.1 RateoC c:bango (In pc:rcal1) In 1be number., RateoC cl!ange (In pen:att) In!henuuilerpc:r10.000 population..lDdicates that !hebose Cor !herate oC change is II!ll8 than 10.nla• NotApplicable.Prq1GmJI1y:IIdJIh H....... 1Ieooa.- UadtTho UDI,,"'l, otBrllIoh call1llbia7Table 5Health Region 1 • East KootenayHealth Personnel by Age and Sex199400<15 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ As! t!DImcrwD Sab&o«al Sa:Hea1thGroup M __F__M____F__M____F__M____F__M____F__M__ -!- _M__ F _M__ F UuImowu ToCIIIDenkIl Sert1icesCertified Dental Assistants 0 12 0 40 0 11 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 88 0 88DentalHygienists 0 5 0 10 2 6 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 23 0 26Dentists 0 0 8 2 7 1 11 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 29 3 0 32Medictd '" TretltllU!nl Sert1icesEmcrgCIICY Meclical Assistants 9 6 34 21 44 14 14 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 106 44 0 150Fust Rcspoodcn 1 0 25 3 19 1 15 1 7 0 1 0 9 1 77 6 0 83Phmnacists 0 0 5 8 5 3 3 4 4 1 2 0 1 0 20 16 0 36Physicians (NCIl-Postgl'lIduatc) 0 0 15 11 38 4 24 3 17 0 8 1 1 0 103 19 0 122Nursing Sert1icesLicmscd Practical Nurses 0 4 0 18 0 76 0 54 0 16 0 0 0 4 0 172 0 172Rcgistcmi Nurses 0 6 0 76 5 172 3 162 0 61 0 6 0 1 8 484 0 492Licensed Gradll8lc Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Registcrecl Ps)'Chialric Nurses 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 12 0 13NuIriIio" '" D~1arySe",icesDietitians&; Nutritionists 0 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 13 0 13Psychological Sert1icellPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 2 0 8Relulbililalio" Sert1icnMasugc Tbcnpists 0 1 1 3 2 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 11 0 IS~1bmIpists 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6PhysicalThcnpists 0 0 5 9 2 6 0 9 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 25 0 33TOTAL 10 34 93 210 124 306 77 255 39 79 11 7 11 33 365 924 0 1,289PreportJlJy:H"'llIH_~UDlIThe UDI_lJ '"BrIlIoh ColumbiaTable 6Health Region 1 • East KootenayHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Placeof GradwdJODSaskatchewan "D.C. AIbata MJmItoba ODIarlo OtherCmada CanadaSubtotal Other Co!W!l;y UnkDcnm TOTALHealthGroap _N__%__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__%__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>_Denkll ServicesCertifiedDadaI Assistants 11 81.50 8 9.09 1 1.14 0 0.00 0 0.00 86 91.13 2 2.21 0 0.00 88 100.00Dallal Hygienists 3 11.54 5 19.23 3 11.54 5 19.23 4 15.38 20 16.92 6 23.08 0 0.00 26 100.00Dentists 9 28.13 1 21.88 2 6.25 2 6.25 2 6.25 22 68.15 10 31.25 0 0.00 32 100.00Medical & TretdmenJSe~esPhaanllCists 23 63.89 6 16.61 5 13.89 0 0.00 0 0.00 34 94.44 2 5.56 0 0.00 36 100.00Physician5 15 12.30 34 21.81 16 13.11 21 11.21 4 3.28 90 13.11 32 26.23 0 0.00 122 100.00Nursing ServicesLicensed Pr8ctica1 NIIISCB 115 66.86 24 13.95 14 8.14 8 4.65 4 2.33 165 95.93 1 0.58 6 3.49 112 100.00RegisteredNiD:scs 112 34.96 125 25.41 61 13.62 56 11.38 24 4.88 444 90.24 48 9.16 0 0.00 492 100.00RcgisteredPsychiatric Nurses 1 53.85 0 0.00 5 38.46 0 0.00 0 0.00 12 92.31 0 0.00 1 1.69 13 100.00Nutrition & Dkltlry Se",il:esDictitiaDs &; Nutritionists 6 46.15 2 15.38 1 1.69 0 0.00 1.69 10 16.92 3 23.08 0 0.00 13 100.00PsychologicalSe~esPaychologistB 3 31.50 2 25.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 62.50 3 31.50 0 0.00 8 100.00RehllbililtltionSe~esMassagcTherapists 5 33.33 0 0.00 0 0.00 10 66.61 0 0.00 15 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 15 100.00Occupaliooal Therapists 3 50.00 0 0.00 1 16.61 2 33.33 0 0.00 6 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 6 100.00PhysicalThcrapisU 5 15.15 4 12.12 3 9.09 8 24.24 3 9.09 23 69.10 9 21.21 1 3.03 33 100.00TOTAL 443 4l.95 217 20.55 118 11.17 112 10.61 42 3.98 932 88.26 116 10.98 8 0.76 1,056 100.00Pr<p"udhy:BeaJlh Bu......a-rc.. UollThe UnI..roIl)' 01. BriM COIum....10Table 7Health Region 2 - West Kootenay - BoundaryHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941NUJDberpcr AImWIINIIIIIber 10,000 Population RateoraumgeHaIth Group 1993 1994 1993 1994 NlIDIbeI' RatIo)Denial ServicesCertifiedDc:ntal Assistazlts 107 112 13.99 14.47 4.67 3.47Dc:ntal Hygic:nists 14 20 1.83 2.58 42.86 41.22Dc:nlista 39 41 5.10 5.30 5.13 3.92Medictd & TreaJment ServicesEmc:r:gCIICY Medical Assistants 192 161 25.10 20.80 -17.48 -18.51F'mst Responders 90 113 11.77 14.60 28.18 26.57Pbarmacim 49 57 6.41 7.37 13.84 12.72Physicians 151 140 19.74 18.09 -7.28 -8.35Nursing ServicesLiccDaedPraclicalNuracs 272 250 35.56 32.31 -8.09 -9.14Rcgislcml Nmaca 721 730 94.25 94.33 1.25 0.09Liccucd OraduateNuracs 14 12 1.83 1.55 -14.29 -15.27 .Rcgislcml PlychilllricNuracs 27 27 3.53 3.49 0.00 -1.15NulrilWlI & DultJry ServicesDiditims &: Nutrlticnista 13 14 1.70 1.81 7.69 6.46Psychologic"l ServicesPlychologisls 11 11 1.44 1.42 0.00 -1.15Relulbi1iltdioll ServicesMassage Therapists 27 35 3.53 4.52 29.63 28.14OccupatioaalThcnpists 6 6 0.78 0.78 • •PhysicalTherapim 48 48 6.27 6.20 0.00 -1.15TOTAL 1,781 1,777 232.82 229063 -0.22 -1.37Hospiltll BedsAcuteCareBeds 339 286 44.31 36.96 -15.63 -16.60BxtaIdcdCareBeds 244 244 31.90 31.53 0.00 -1.15Bassinets 42 42 5.49 5.43 0.00 -1.15RehabilitationBeds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 625 572 81.70 73.91 -8.48 -9.53Community PluzrmtJcus 16 21 2.09 2.71 26.25 25.00Popultdioll 76,498 77,387 Dla Dla 1.16 DlaI Dalc:B of reoonIdlffer for beaIIhgroups. Please~fer to the 1oIroductillllfor specific cia"'" of reoonIfor tach group.1 Rate of cbange(Inpercml) in lite number.S Rate of change(Inpercml) in thenumberpet 10,000population.• IndIcates tb8t the base for therate of cbangc is less than 10.nlA - NotAppUCAblc.PrqJtJnJby:HaIth HQIIIaII R-r-UDiITheUnl""'l, oCBrllIabCohuntu11Table 8HeaI~Re~on2-lV~tKooreD8y -BoundwryHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994­N<25 15-34 35-44 45-54 S5-64 liS + ApUulmown SabIobIl Su:Health Group M F _M__ F M __F__M____F__M____F__M____F__M____F_ M F UoImown TabIIDenllllServicesCertified Dental Assistanta 0 25 0 34 0 13 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 39 0 112 0 112Dental HygieDisu 1 3 0 4 0 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 19 0 20Dentists 0 0 10 0 13 0 13 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 41 0 0 41Medical&; Trealnuml ServicesEmcrgCIICY MedicalAssistants 14 4 40 13 42 20 23 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 119 42 0 161Fust Respmdcrs 6 2 30 0 42 0 28 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 110 3 0 113Pbarmacists 1 2 6 7 11 11 5 1 8 0 1 2 2 0 34 23 0 57Physicians(Noo·Postgraduate) 0 0 14 11 40 16 22 8 20 0 9 0 0 0 lOS 35 0 140Nursing ServicesLiceIIscd Practical Nurses 0 4 3 32 4 101 3 79 0 15 0 1 0 8 10 240 0 250Registc'cd Nurses 1 13 6 112 13 303 4 193 0 72 0 11 0 2 24 706 0 730LiccDscd Graduate Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 12Regist=d Pa)'Chialric Nurses 0 0 0 5 1 3 2 10 1 4 0 1 0 0 4 23 0 27Nutrition &; DielDTy Sen>ieesDietitians &; Nutritionists 0 0 0 7 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 14Psychological ServicesPaychologists 0 0 0 0 1 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 0 11RelulbililslionServicesMassage 1bc:rllpists 0 1 5 8 5 8 1 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 14 21 0 35OccupatiOllll1 Therapists 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 6PhysicalTherapists 0 0 0 10 5 20 2 8 0 2 0 0 0 1 7 41 0 48TOTAL 23 S4 114 245 178 Sl1 Hili 328 38 lIB 12 15 4 51 475 1,302 0 1,777Pr_uJby:a••llh JIanuo>a-.-UDltThe Ual ... nII, of BrItkb COlam....Table 9Health Region 2 - West Kootenay - BoundaryHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Place orGraduatlouSaskatdJewm "D.C. Alberta MaDItoba ODlarfo Otber Caoada CaDadaSubtotal Otbcr Co!ll!!:g UDImmm TOTALHraIth Gruup _N__'1>__N_ ---!..- _N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>_Dental ServicesCc:rtificdDaltal AMistan15 92 82.14 8 7.14 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 100 89.29 12 10.71 0 0.00 112 100.00DClltalHygimisls 6 30.00 4 20.00 3 15.00 4 20.00 2 10.00 19 95.00 1 5.00 0 0.00 20 100.00Dentists 12 29.27 13 31.71 1 2.44 4 9.76 3 7.32 33 80.49 8 19.51 0 0.00 41 100.00Mediad & Tnlllment ServicesPh8llDIICists 42 73.68 9 15.79 5 8.77 0 0.00 0 0.00 56 98.25 1 1.75 0 0.00 57 100.00Physicians 31 22.14 23 16.43 8 5.71 27 19.29 6 4.29 95 67.86 45 32.14 0 0.00 140 100.00Nuning ServicesLicc:nscd Practical Nurses 211 84.40 15 6.00 6 2.40 6 2.40 2 0.80 240 96.00 6 2.40 4 1.60 250 100.00Rcgistttcd Nur_ 443 60.68 61 8.36 50 6.85 67 9.18 34 4.66 6S5 89.73 75 10.27 0 0.00 730 100.00RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 23 85.19 2 7.41 2 7.41 0 0.00 0 0.00 27 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 27 100.00NulriJion & Dietary Se,."ieesDietitians&: Nutritionists 6 42.86 7.14 5 35.71 0 0.00 0 0.00 12 85.71 7.14 7.14 14 100.00Psyclwlogieal Se,."ieesPsychologists 4 36.36 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 45.45 0 0.00 9 81.82 2 18.18 0 0.00 11 100.00RelulbililtUion Se,."ieesMassage Thenpists 16 45.71 0 0.00 0 0.00 19 54.29 0 0.00 35 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 35 100.00Occupalional1bcmpisl5 3 50.00 0 0.00 1 16.67 0 0.00 0 0.00 4 66.67 2 33.33 0 0.00 6 100.00Physical'Ibcmpists 14 29.17 4 8.33 3 6.25 7 14.58 2 4.17 30 62.50 17 35.42 1 2.08 48 100.00TOTAL 903 60.56 140 9.39 84 5.~ 139 9.32 49 3.29 1,315 88.20 170 11.40 /I 0.40 1,491 100.00hepar"by:11..11& 1Ia__UnllThe Unloenll, 01BrIdob CoIwnb.. ­W14Table 10Health Region 4 • North OkanaganHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Number per AmmaINumber 10,000Population Rate of ChangeHaalIh Group 1993 1994 1993 1994 NIIDIbe? RatIo'Denlld ServicesCertifiedDental Aasistantll 120 125 11.18 11.20 4.17 0.15Dental HygicniaU 34 33 3.17 2.96 -2.94 -6.69DcnWta 4S 47 4.19 4.21 4.44 0.41Met/kill &: Tretllmenl Se",kesEmcqcncy MedicalAssistants 114 107 10.62 9.59 . -6.68 -10.60FJrBt Responders 20 . 31 1.86 2.78 61.30 54.52Pbamlacists 68 72 6.34 6.45 5.02 1.54PhysiciaDa ISS 168 14.44 15.05 8.39 4.20Nuning ServicesLiceDsed Pnctical Nurses 234 230 21.81 20.61 . -1.71 -5.50Rcgim:rcdNunes 786 807 73.24 72.30 2.67 -1.29Liceucd Graduate Nurses 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •Rcgim:rcdPsychilllric Nurses 78 80 7.27 7.17 2.56 -1.40Nutrition &: Didory SenkesDictitima &.Nutritionists 14 13 1.30 1.16 -7.14 -10.73PsychologktJl ServicesPsychologists 7 9 0.65 0.81 • •Relulbililtllion ServicesMassageTherapists 20 23 1.86 2.06 15.00 10.56Oca1patiOllal Thcnpists 10 12 0.93 1.08 20.00 15.37Phy.!ical Therapists 56 62 5.22 5.55 10.71 6.44TOTAL 1,'61 1,819 164.10 162.96 3.19 -0.69Hospilal BetlsAcuteCareBeds 2119 269 26.93 24.10 -6.92 -10.51Bxtalded CareBeds 340 330 31.68 29.56 -2.94 -6.69Bassinets 31 31 2.89 2.78 0.00 -3.86Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTALBEDS 660 630 61.50 56.44 -4.55 01.13Communily PWltUlcies 18 18 1.68 1.61 0.00 -3.32Popultdion 107,313 111,622 DlB DlB 4.02 DlBI Oates orrecord dlffa for hcaIIh groups. Please",fa to the JnIIoduetionfor specific daleaof record foreach gro;.p.'Rate of chanae (In pcn:cnt) In1henumber.S Rateof change (Inpetealt) Intheuumber per 10,000population.• IDdlcalea that thebase for the rare of cbaDgc is ICll8 thaD 10.Dla· Not Applicable.PrtpantJby:Health HlIID&Illlaourca VIl!I1110 UDI..n1IJ oI'Br\l1lbC<>Iumbbl15Table 11Health Region 4· North OkanaganHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994­01<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Apl1DkDowD SabtoeaI SaHalthGroup _M____F__M____F__M__ F M F M F M __F_ M __F__M__ F l1DkDuwD....!!!!!LDe1lllll SeT'VieesCertified Dcota1 AssislaDts 0 8 0 39 0 18 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 53 0 125 0 125Dmtal HygiCllists 0 0 0 18 0 10 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 33 0 33Dentists 0 0 7 2 11 0 19 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 44 3 0 47Medical& Tretllmenl SeT'VieesEmcrgc:ncy MedicalAssistants 7 2 24 7 29 15 15 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 78 29 0 107FirstRcspoadrD 0 0 2 2 8 5 12 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 23 8 0 31PhIllJllllCists 1 0 13 11 13 13 12 0 5 0 2 0 1 1 47 25 0 72Physicians(Nm-P~uaIc) 0 0 18 13 37 9 45 5 29 0 11 1 0 0 140 28 0 168Nursing SeT'VieesLicc:nscd Practical Nursca 0 1 0 23 4 93 3 71 2 27 0 1 2 3 11 219 0 230Regist='cdNurses 0 7 2 120 4 318 4 242 0 101 0 7 0 2 10 797 0 807Licensed GraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0RegisteredPaychialric Nurses 0 0 1 10 0 19 9 27 2 8 2 0 0 2 14 66 0 80Nulritio" & DietDry ServicesDiclitiaDs & Nutritionists 0 0 0 5 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 13PsychologicalSeT'VieesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 3 0 9Relulbilillzlio" ServieesMassageThcI:api.sts 0 1 2 5 2 8 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 16 0 230ccupati0Dal'I1lcrapi&llJ 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12 0 12PhysicalTherapists 0 1 3 13 4 18 2 13 2 2 0 1 2 1 13 49 0 62TOTAL 8 20 72 273 112 539 128 310 51 140 16 10 6 64 393 1,426 0 1,B1JPrqKJTttl""Hallb &-It.ourcoeUallThe Ualftl'lilJ of BrIlIshCoIamblaTable 12Health Region 4 - North OkanaganHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Place ofGraduaIIcmSaskatdJewan&H.C. AIbcda MauItoba 0DIarl0 Otbere-da CaDada Subtotal 0IbcI' Couu!g 1JDImowD TOTALHeaItb Group _N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"_DmIIIl ServicesCatified Dental Assisbmts 111 88.80 7 5.60 2 1.60 0 0.00 0 0.00 120 96.00 5 4.00 0 0.00 125 100.00Dc:ntal HygieDists 11 33.33 7 21.21 7 21.21 1 3.03 1 3.03 27 81.82 6 18.18 0 0.00 33 100.00Dentists 16 34.04 14 29.79 3 6.38 3 6.38 5 10.64 41 87.23 6 12.77 0 0.00 47 100.00Metlietd & Treatment ServicesPbannacists 58 80.56 3 4.17 10 13.89 0 0.00 0 0.00 71 98.61 0 0.00 1 1.39 72 100.00PbysiciaDs 44 26.19 31 18.45 24 14.29 17 10.12 13 7.74 129 76.79 39 23.21 0 0.00 168 100.00Nursing ServicesLicc:nsed PmcticaI Nurses 135 58.70 35 15.22 25 10.87 18 7.83 4 1.74 217 94.35 4 1.74 9 3.91 230 100.00Rcgisteled Nurses 441 54.65 130 16.11 83 10.29 64 7.93 27 3.35 745 92.32 62 7.68 0 0.00 807 100.00Registered PsychiatricNurscs 47 58.75 7 8.75 18 22.50 0 0.00 0 0.00 72 90.00 0 0.00 8 10.00 80 100.00Nutrition & Diettuy ServicesDietitians&; NulritiODists 5 38.46 1 7.69 7.69 2 15.38 1 7.69 10 76.92 3 23.08 0 0.00 13 100.00Psyclwlogit:td ServicesPsychologists 4 44.44 0 0.00 1 11.11 11.11 0 0.00 6 66.67 3 33.33 0 0.00 9 100.00ReWiliIDtion ServicesMesuge Thcnpists 10 43.48 0 0.00 1 4.35 12 52.17 0 0.00 23 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 23 100.00Occupaticmal Therapists 4 33.33 3 25.00 1 8.33 3 25.00 0 0.00 11 91.67 1 8.33 0 0.00 12 100.00Pbysil:al1berapists 19 30.65 5 8.06 5 8.06 5 8.06 1 1.61 35 56.45 25 40.32 2 3.23 62 100.00TOTAL 905 53.84 243 14.46 181 10.77 126 7.50 52 3.09 1,507 89.65 154 9.16 .20 1.19 1.1iBl 100.00PrqJond by:RaUb IIam8DIlaaarcBUDIlThoUDI.-1lJ rl.1Ir\tIob CoIambla ­....:I18Table 13Health Region 5 • South Okanagan· SimllkameenHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberper AImuaINumber 10,000 PopulatioD RateofaumpI&althGroup 1993 1994 1993 1994 NIIIIIile? RatIo'De1lllJ1 SertlkelCertifiedDClltaI AasistaDts 273 282 13.49 13.28 3.30 -1.51DcotalHygic:olsts 78 84 3.85 3.96 7.69 2.62Dcolists 105 112 5.19 5.27 6.67 1.64Medical &; Tretllmelll SerPu:elEmcrgCIICY MedicalAaaistaDts 153 166 7.56 7.82 9.30 3.70F'UBt Rcspoodcla 162 206 8.01 9.70 29.91 23.31Pbarmll:ists 135 135 6.67 6.36 0.00 -4.05PhyaiciaDs 344 355 17.00 16.72 3.20 -1.66Nuning SertlkelLiccMccl PracticalNunca 518 · 521 25.60 24.53 0.58 -4.16Rcgiatcrcd Nunca 1,693 1,741 83.66 81.98 2.84 -2.01Liccmcd Graduate Nunca 7 7 0.35 0.33 • •Rcgiatcrcd PlIycbiatric Nunca 95 94 4.69 4.43 -1.05 -5.71Nutritio" &: Dk,." SerPu:elDietitiaas &:Nutritimista 28 30 1.38 1.41 7.14 2.10PI1clwlogktJl SerPu:elPsydlologists 20 17 0.99 0.80 -15.00 -19.00Relwbililtltio" SertlkelMassage 'Ibcrapists 48 51 2.37 2.40 6.25 1.25OccupaliCllUl1 Therapists 37 44 1.83 2.01 18.92 13.32PhysicalTherapists 116 119 5.73 5.60 2.59 -2.24TOTAL 3,812 309'4 1118.37 18U' 3.99 -0.91Ho,piltll BedsAculll CareBeds (;12 646 33.21 30.42 -3.87 -8.40BxlIlnded CareBeds SSS SSS 27.43 26.13 0.00 -4.71BassiDets 48 48 2.31 2.26 0.00 -4.71Rehabilitatioo Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 1,275 1,249 '3.00 58.81 ·2.04 ·U5Community Plwrmtlck, 35 40 1.73 1.88 12.13 7.58Popultdio" 202,3C19 212,370 Dla Dla 4.94 DIaI Data of recard cliffa- for hcaJIhgroups. P1c:ase refa- to theJntroductlon forspecificdatal of recard for each group.2 Rateof cbllIIge (Inpcrceot) In the1IlIJDber.• Rateof change (Inpen:aIt) IntheIIlIJDber per 10,000 populadon.• IndIcatal that the base for theralIl of dIange is lessthan 10.nla - NotAppllcablc.PrqantJ",:IIaIIh 811III8II a-rc..UDlt'lbe UnlnnllJ ofBrltIsb CalamlU19Table 14Health Region 5 • South Okanagan· SimilkameenHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgeUnImawD SIIbtobIl Sa:IIe&Itb Group _M____F__M__ F _ M__ F _M____F_ M __F__M____F__M____F_ M __F_ lJDIImwn--!!!!LDenlill Servil:esCertified Dental Assislanta 0 48 1 93 0 41 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 93 1 279 2 282DallalHygicaisls 0 5 1 35 2 24 1 9 1 0 0 0 0 6 5 79 0 84Dentists 0 1 17 5 33 6 34 0 12 0 4 0 0 0 100 12 0 112Metlicld & Tretdment Servil:esEmergCIICY McdicalAssislanta 14 6 44 14 39 16 20 4 7 1 0 0 0 1 124 42 0 166Fullt Respaadcra 11 0 48 2 75 0 46 1 13 0 0 0 10 0 203 3 0 206Fhmmacisls 2 1 17 13 19 21 24 10 16 2 7 0 2 1 87 48 0 135Physiciaoa(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 27 13 106 31 89 6 45 5 30 2 1 0 298 57 0 355Nursing Servil:esLiccDscd Pmctical Numes 1 14 13 70 12 169 11 176 5 41 0 1 0 8 42 479 0 521Rcgistcl'Ccl Nurses 1 41 13 311 15 600 14 484 1 233 0 26 0 2 44 1.697 0 1.741Licc:ascd Graduate Nurses 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7Registc:rccl PsychiaIricNurses 0 1 2 10 10 19 4 32 1 11 0 1 2 1 19 75 0 94NulritWn & DiStuy Se",ieesDietitians &:NulritioDists 0 0 0 17 1 8 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 0 30Psyclwlogietd Servil:esPsychologists 0 0 0 0 1 3 8 2 2 0 0 0 0 12 5 0 17ReWilittllion Servil:esMassage'Iberapists 1 1 7 7 10 13 4 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 23 28 0 51Ol:cupational ThcrapisIs 0 1 0 12 1 18 0 9 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 43 0 44PhysicalThcrapisIs 2 2 7 24 9 42 5 22 2 3 0 0 0 1 2S 94 0 119TOTAL 32 121 1!17 07 333 1,011 260 773 106 302 42 30 15 113 985 2/JT1 2 3,!11i4PrqNll'itd by:BOIIIIhBIUIIIID--.-UDItTbe UnhenIty arBriIloh CoIamIJlaTable 15Health Region 5 - South Okanagan - SimilkameenHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PIat.e orGI'IIIImdIaaSaIIuddxwmItB.C. Alberta MJmItoba ODIarlo 0Iba' QIIDada e-daSubtotal 0Iba' Couubt UnbDwD TOTALIImIIb Group _N__..____N__..__N__..__N__..__N__..__N__..__N__..__N__..__N__.._Denltll Serviee,Cc:rlificd DcDta1 Asaiatanta 253 89.72 14 4.96 5 1.77 0 0.00 0 0.00 272 96.45 10 3.55 0 0.00 282 100.00Dallal HygicniatB 26 30.95 25 29.76 10 11.90 10 11.90 4 4.76 75 89.29 9 10.71 0 0.00 84 100.00Dcntisls 26 23.21 27 24.11 14 12.50 6 5.36 17 15.18 90 80.36 22 19.64 0 0.00 112 100.00MedU:td & Trelllmenl Servke,Ph8D!18Cists 89 65.93 19 14.07 23 17.04 1 0.74 0 0.00 132 97.78 3 2.22 0 0.00 135 100.00Physicians 78 21.97 69 19.44 64 18.03 50 14.08 20 5.63 281 79.15 74 20.85 0 0.00 355 100.00Nuning Servke,Licaucd Practical Nm:scs 358 68.71 56 10.75 50 9.60 24 4.61 14 2.69 502 96.35 8 1.54 11 2.11 521 100.00RcgisUtedNurICl 842 48.36 260 14.93 276 15.85 162 9.30 68 3.91 1,608 92.36 132 7.58 1 0.06 1,741 100.00RcgisUtedPlIychiaIric NurICS 42 44.68 9 9.57 25 26.60 0 0.00 0 0.00 76 80.85 6 6.38 12 12.77 94 100.00Nulrilion & Didilry Se",icesDietitians&: NU1ritioDists 17 56.67 3.33 4 13.33 5 16.67 2 6.67 29 96.67 3.33 0 0.00 30 100.00Psychological ServieesPlI~o\ogistI 2 11.76 1 5.88 1 5.88 6 35.29 0 0.00 10 58.82 7 41.18 0 0.00 17 100.00ReMbilikdion Service'Mau&Be~apistI 25 49.02 1 1.96 0 0.00 24 47.06 0 0.00 50 98.04 1 1.96 0 0.00 51 100.000ccup8b0nal'l'bcnpilU 10 22.73 8 18.18 8 18.18 3 6.82 2 4.55 31 70.45 12 27.27 1 2.27 44 100.00Physical'l'bcnpilU 29 24.37 12 10.08 14 11.76 13 1Q.92 10 8.40 78 6S.55 41 34.45 0 0.00 119 100.00TOTAL 1.7':Y1 50.13 502. 1...00 494 13.78 304 8.48 137 3.82. 3,2.34 90.2.1 32.6 9.09 2.5 0.70 3,585 100.00Prq1QntJby:a..1IIIIJzmMa-r-UDItTIle UDlwn\IJ at IIrItIohCoIambIa22Table 16Health Region 6 • Thompson ValleyHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Phannacles and Population1993 and 19941Numberper ADau8INumber 10,000 Population Rate or C!!aIIpHadthGroup 1!193 1!194 1!193 1!194 NlIIIIJJe? RatIo'De,.,., Semee.Ccrtificd Daltal Assistanta 136 141 11.63 11.72 3.68 0.80Dental Hygienists 44 47 3.76 3.91 6.82 3.85Daltista 49 52 4.19 4.32 6.12 3.17MetlktJl & Trelllment Semee.EmergencyMecIicaI Assistanta 187 193 15.99 16.04 3.51 0.37FUlIt RespoodcrB 124 186 10.60 15.46 55.63 50.92Plllllmacists 78 83 6.67 6.90 5.47 2.95Phylic:iaas 199 203 17.02 16.88 2.01 -0.82Nuning Semee.LicCIIICCl Pnctical Nuraca 251 242 21.46 20.12 -3.59 -6.27Rcgi.stcrcd NUDC8 1,018 1,036 87.05 86.12 1.77 -1.06LiccDBcd Graduate Nuraca 1 1 0.09 0.08 • •Rcgistc:red PsychialricNuraca 63 59 5.39 4.90 -6.35 -8.95NIIIriIio" & DieltlrySemee.Dictiti8118 &: NutritiODista 17 21 1.45 1.75 23.53 20.10PlJc1wlogiealSemee.Psycllologista 9 9 0.77 0.75 • •RelulbilJltdio" Semee.Massage 1bcrBpista 20 20 1.71 1.66 0.00 -2.78Occupatimal Therapists 17 18 1.45 1.50 5.88 2.94PhysicalTherapists 48 54 4.10 4.49 12.50 9.37TOTAL 2.261 2,365 193.33 196.60 4.60 l.69Ho.piJlllBe_Acutecare Beds 453 416 38.73 34.58 -3.17 -10.72IlxtaIded care Beds 234 241 20.01 20.03 2.99 0.13Basaincts 53 64 4.53 5.32 20.75 17.40Rehabilitation BccIa 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 740 721 63.27 59.94 ·2.57 ·5.28CoItUlUlIIiIy Plulrnuu:ie. 23 22 1.97 1.83 -3.74 -6.04Popu1slio" 116,950 12G,293 nla nla 2.86 nla1Datal orrecord differforheaIIhlJOUll8. Pleaserefer10 the lnIroduetian forspecificdates ofrecord foreach sroup.2 RlIteof c:I1aDae (Inpercent) In1he1lWIIber.S RlIteorchange(Inpercmt) Inthe IlWIIberper 10,000 popu1alioo.• Jndlcates that the bae forthe rIIteof c:bangeIs1_ than 10.nla - NotAppIlcabIe.l'rq>tmtJby:a..llbB.................UaIl'l'be UD1~""IJ ofBrltIob CalamlU23Table 17Health Region 6 - Thompson ValleyHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ ApUDkDown SohtaIal ScKIIaIItb Group _M____F_ M F M F M F _M____F__M____F_ M F M __F_~ TGbIlDe1lllllServieesCertifiedDental Aaaistanta 0 13 0 55 0 20 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 51 0 140 1 141DentalHygicui.sls 0 4 2 21 0 15 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 45 0 47Dentists 0 0 6 2 16 0 18 1 6 0 3 0 0 0 49 3 0 52Mediclll & TntIJment ServieesEmc:rgcacy Medical Alsistanta 15 8 51 27 35 19 2S 4 8 1 0 0 0 0 134 59 0 193First Rcspmdc:ra 21 1 44 0 62 0 41 0 6 0 0 0 7 4 181 5 0 186Ph8!D!acim 3 2 12 16 10 10 9 6 7 0 6 0 2 0 49 34 0 83Physicims (Nao-Postgradualc) 0 0 16 12 56 13 52 9 31 4 10 0 0 0 165 38 0 203Nurring ServieesLiccII5cd Practical Nurses 0 2 1 27 2 98 5 85 1 16 0 1 0 4 9 233 0 242Registcn:dNurllCS 2 18 8 229 6 380 5 267 2 no 0 6 0 3 23 1,013 0 1,036Liccmed Graduate Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1Rcsi*red PlIychiaIric Nurses 0 0 0 9 0 12 5 20 5 6 0 0 1 1 n 48 0 59NIIlriIioIl & Dieltuy Se",icesDictitiaDs &; Nutritionists 0 0 0 11 0 8 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 21PsyehologU:alServieesPsychoIogista 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 9ReWilittltioll ServieesMuaagc'Ibcnpista 0 1 2 4 1 4 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 5 15 0 200a:upati0aaI 'l1Icmpi5ls 0 2 0 4 0 6 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 18Physical'l1lcmpi5ls 0 1 1 10 8 15 3 u 0 5 0 0 0 0 12 42 0 54TOTAL 41 52 143 427 197 600 169 417 68 146 20 7 10 67 648 1,71li 1 2,3li5Prq/dTedI1y:a..J1h llamma--UDIIn . UDIWI'lIll)' or IIr llkh CoIamhIaTable 18Health Region 6 - Thompson VaDeyHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PIaccatGradllldJcmSa*atc:bewBD &D.C. Alberta MImIto.. OotIuto 0Iba'e-da e-daSubtotal OCher CoIID!rI UDImowD TOTALIIaItb Group _N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__..._Denltll Servi&esCertified Dental Aasistllllb 125 88.65 12 8.51 0 0.00 1 0.71 0 0.00 138 91.81 3 2.13 0 0.00 141 100.00Dcnbl Hygienists 21 44.68 9 19.15 3 6.38 1 14.89 5 10.64 45 95.14 2 4.26 0 0.00 41 100.00Dentists 22 42.31 12 23.08 5 9.62 5 9.62 2 3.85 46 88.46 6 11.54 0 0.00 52 100.00Medieal &: Tretdnumt Servi&esPhmnacista 65 18.31 4 4.82 9 10.84 0 0.00 1 1.20 19 95.18 3 3.61 1 1.20 83 100.00Physicians 43 21.18 35 11.24 18 8.81 34 16.15 16 1.88 146 71.92 51 28.08 0 0.00 203 100.00Nursing ServicesU ccnsedPractical Nurses 146 60.33 29 11.98 29 11.98 15 6.20 1 2.89 226 93.39 6 2.48 10 4.13 242 100.00Registcled Nunes 656 63.32 90 8.69 96 9.21 98 9.46 31 3.51 911 94.31 58 5.60 1 0.10 1,036 100.00Registered Psychialric Nursca 31 52.54 2 3.39 11 18.64 0 0.00 0 0.00 44 14.58 8 13.56 1 11.86 59 100.00Nutritio" &:DielllrJ ServicesDictitiaDa & Nutrilionisb 11 52.38 2 9.52 4.16 2 9.52 3 14.29 19 9Q.48 4.16 .1 4.16 21 100.00Psychologieal Servi&esPsychologislB 4 44.44 11.11 11.11 1 11.11 11.11 8 88.89 11.11 0 0.00 9 100.00ReWilitatio" Servi&esMassage1lxnpi.sts 12 60.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 35.00 0 0.00 19 95.00 0 0.00 1 5.00 20 100.000a:upati0Pal Thcrapista 3 16.61 4 22.22 0 0.00 4 22.22 0 0.00 11 61.11 1 38.89 0 0.00 18 100.00PhysicalThcrapista 11 31.48 4 1.41 5 9.26 5 9.26 5 9.26 36 66.61 18 33.33 0 0.00 54 100.00TOTAL 1,156 58.24 204 10.28 178 8.97 179 9.02 77 :3.88 1,794 90.38 170 8.56 21 1.06 1,985 100.00Pr~6J:Boa/lh JIJmuoo ...........UDItThe UDlwnllJ alBrIIlsb CoIambia26Table 19Health Region 7 - Upper Fraser ValleyHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberpu AJmuaINomber 10,000 Population Rate orCI!!mgeIlaIJtb Group 1m 1994 1m 1994 NlIIIIbtI' Ratio'Iklll41 Servke.Certified Dmtll1 Asaistanll 266 302 12.86 14.00 13.53 8.85Dcntll1H)'Bic:nhta 54 63 2.61 2.92 16.67 11.86Dmtilta 80 81 3.87 3.76 1.15 -2.92Metlkal & Tretdmenl Servke.EmcrgCIICY Mcdica1 Auistanll 131 126 6.33 5.84 -4.16 -8.46FJnt Rmpoaclca 166 240 8.03 11.13 49.51 42.79PbannlEiIlI 122 132 5.90 6.12 6.99 3.19Fhyaicilma 280 296 13.54 13.72 5.71 1.36Nurring Servke,LiccDBcd Practical NIU'lIClI 287 268 13.88 12.43 -6.62 -10.47Rcgislcrcd NUIlIe& 1,346 1,358 65.09 62.96 0.89 -3.27LiccDBcd GraduMc NIU'lIClI 7 7 0.34 032 • •Rcgi8tcrcd PIychimic NIIDC5 128 141 6.19 6.54 10.16 5.61Nutrilioll & DktIIrJ Service'Dietitianl &:Nulritillllists 22 22 1.06 1.02 0.00 -4.12PlychologielJlServke,Psycllologilll 28 30 1.35 1.39 7.14 2.73RelulbililllliollServke.Mu8age1bcnpiIlI 18 15 0.87 1.16 38.89 33.16OccupeliQIIIl11herapilll 15 16 0.73 0.74 6.67 2.27Fhyaicallbcnpilll 61 70 2.95 3.25 14.75 10.02TOTAL 3,011 3,177 145.61 147.30 5.51 1.16HOlpiltzl BethAcutD Care Balli S18 S18 15.OS 24.02 0.00 -4.12BxlaIdcd e-Bedl SIlO SIlO 24.18 23.18 0.00 -4.12Bassind.s 32 36 1.55 1.67 12.50 7.86Rdlabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 1,050 1,054 SO.78 48.87 0.38 -3.76CollUlWniIy PWmMk, 32 35 1.55 1.62 7.98 4.16Popu1llJioll 206,789 215,681 DIa DIa 4.30 DIa1DaIm of record d1Cf« for baIIIh llfOUllL 1'1_Rlf... to !be IlIInxIucliOll for spec:Iflc dalm of recxml for CIII:b Jll"'lP.2 Rateof c:banso (Inpaum) In1bo~.• Rateof cbango (Inpercm1) In1bo~ per 10,000pop1Iadon.• Iodk:alll8thI1!be blIIIo fDl'!berate of cIumae Is1_thIIlI0.nla - Not Applk:ablo.Prqxuedby:Bo8IlhB_~UnkThe Unl.....'1olBrllloh C<ll1lJllhloo27Table 20Health Region 7 - Upper Fraser ValleyHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<15 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ ApUukDowD SubtaCaJ SuHaIth GI'ClUP M F' _M____F'__M____F'_ M F' M F M __F__M____F'__M____F'_~ ....!!!!!LDenllll ServkelCc:dified DaItal Assislants 0 49 1 126 0 36 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 88 1 301 0 302DcntalHygiclWts 0 4 1 28 1 14 1 4 0 0 0 0 2 8 5 58 0 63Dc:nti5tB 0 0 17 4 23 6 25 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 70 11 0 81Mediad &: Tretdment ServkesEmergcucy McdicalAssinmts 12 5 31 6 46 2 19 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 III 15 0 126FiatRcspaIdc:n 2S 1 86 3 63 2 23 0 1 0 0 0 28 8 226 14 0 240l'h8l1Daci sts 1 6 23 21 25 18 8 10 12 3 5 0 0 0 74 58 0 132Physicillll& (NOD-Postgraduate) 0 0 26 10 82 14 70 12 39 2 27 2 1 0 245 40 0 28SNursing SermesLic:cnsed PracticalNurxs 0 4 2 46 6 101 2 75 2 26 0 1 0 3 12 256 0 268RegisteredNwllCS 0 33 13 278 12 424 15 391 4 169 0 18 0 1 44 1,314 0 1,358Lic:cnsed GraduateNurllCS 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7RegisteredPlychialric Nwsea 0 2 2 13 11 29 21 35 11 10 1 3 2 1 48 93 0 141NUlriIW" &: DklilrJ ServicesDietitians&:Nutritionists 0 1 0 9 0 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 0 22PsychologictdSermelPlycbologists 0 0 0 5 11 5 5 1 1 0 0 0 22 8 0 30ReWilikltio" SermesMawtgc1bcrapists 1 1 3 4 5 7 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 12 13 0 2S0a:upaIi0aal1'berBpi.a 0 0 0 6 1 2 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 15 0 16Physiall TherapistI 0 0 8 18 1 18 3 14 2 5 0 0 1 0 15 55 0 70TOTAL ~ 106 213 573 281 684 199 561 82 222 37 24 35 110 886 2,210 0 3,166PrqJQTrd b,:HaItb ........RaoarcaUDII'l'Iu UDI-.l1J otBrlllola ColumbiaTable 21Health Region 7 - Upper Fraser ValleyHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Place ofGraduatIou~8cD.C. AIbcria MlIIIItoba 0uIarl0 Otbcre-da CmadaSubtotal 0IbcrCoWl!ry lJDImown TOrALHelIlIbGI'!!!!JJ _N__'JI,__N__'JI,__N__'JI,__N__'JI,__N__'JI,____N__'JI,__N__'JI,__N_.___'JI,__N__'JI,_Denlill ServicerCcnificdDentalAasistmta 282 93.38 5 1.66 3 0.99 0 0.00 1 0.33 291 96.36 11 3.64 0 0.00 302 100.00Dc:ntal HygicDista 26 41.27 2 3.17 9 14.29 12 19.05 7 11.11 56 88.89 7 11.11 0 0.00 63 100.00Dentists . 30 37.04 19 23.46 10 12.35 2 2.47 4 4.94 65 80.25 16 19.75 0 0.00 81 100.00Metlieal &: Tremment ServicesPblllJDncists 107 81.06 3 2.27 13 9.85 1 0.76 0 0.00 124 93.94 8 6.06 0 0.00 132 100.00PhyaitiaDs 89 30.07 26 8.78 30 10.14 39 13.18 16 5.41 200 67.57 96 32.43 0 0.00 296 100.00NlII'Sing ServicesLK:cnscd PllIcticalNunes 155 57.84 28 10.45 22 8.21 24 8.96 14 5.22 243 90.67 10 3.73 15 5.60 268 100.00Rcgista'cdNunes 671 49.41 119 8.76 200 14.73 157 11.56 64 4.71 1,211 89.18 145 10.68 2 0.15 1,358 100.00Rcgim:rcd Ps)'Chiatric Nursca 67 47.52 9 6.38 32 22.70 0 0.00 0 0.00 108 76.60 20 ' 14.18 13 9.22 141 100.00Nulrilion &: Dieltlry Service'Dietitians&; NutritioDists 11 50.00 2 9.09 5 22.73 2 9.09 2 9.09 22 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 22 100.00PSJclwlogiad ServicesPsychologists 12 40.00 3.33 2 6.67 2 6.67 3 10.00 20 66.67 10 33.33 0 0.00 30 100.00ReWiliIalion ServicesMauage Thcnpisls 15 60.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 9 36.00 0 0.00 24 96.00 1 4.00 0 0.00 25 100.00Oa:upatioaal'lbaapists 5 31.25 2 12.50 2 12.50 1 6.25 0 0.00 10 62.50 6 37.50 0 0.00 16 100.00. Physical'Ibenpiats 17 24.29 7 10.00 4 5.71 8 11.43 4 5.71 40 57.14 29 41.43 1 1.43 70 100.00TOrAL 1,487 53.03 223 7.95 332 11.lI<C 257 9.17 115 4.10 2,414 86.09 359 11.80 31 1.11 2,804 100.00I'npand Ity:R..llh IIaaaa--....UaltThe Ullh.n1tr 01. BrIdo1a Clllllmbla30Table 22Health Region 9 - South Fraser ValleyHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Number per AuouaINumber 10,000 Population Rate of ClumpIlealtbGroup 1!193 1994 1m 1994 NiIIiIile? RatIo' -De,",,1 Sel'l'kesCertifiedDaltal Assistants 569 585 11.94 11.87 2.81 -0.62Dental Hygienists 143 160 3.00 3.25 11.89 8.l5Dentists 240 248 5.04 5.03 3.33 -0.12MedJetd & TrelllllU1nl Sel'l'kesEmergaH:yMedical Assistants 104 108 2.18 2.19 4.20 0.41FUlIt Responders 584 758 12.25 15.37 32.91 28.07PbarmllCista 277 293 5.81 5.94 4.93 1.92PhysiciaDa 5!19 629 12.57 12.76 5.01 1.50Nun;"g Sel'l'kesLicc:asccI Practical NII1'lICII 480 468 10.07 9.49 -2.50 -5.76Rcgi8tcml NlIIBC8 2,509 2,607 52.65 52.88 3.91 0.43Licc:asccI Graduate NII1'lICII 46 46 0.97 0.93 0.00 -3.34Rcgi8tcml PIychiatric NII1'lICII 208 229 4.36 4.64 10.10 6.42NIIIriIioIl & Dielilry Sel'l'kesDic:titiBIIB & NutritiODists 55 58 1.15 1.18 5.45 1.93Psyc1wlogieal Sel'l'kesPsydlologiBta 66 64 1.38 1.30 -3.03 . -6.27Relwbilitolioll Sel'l'kesMusagc1bcrapista 48 55 1.01 1.12 14.58 10.75Occupatillllll1lbc:npists 46 54 0.97 1.10 17.39 13.47Physicallbc:npists 131 163 2.75 3.31 24.43 20.27TOTAL 6,105 6,525 1211.10 132.34 6.88 3.31Hospital BethAl:ulll Care Beds 846 849 17.75 17.22 0.35 -3.001lxtaJded Care Beds 716 816 15.02 16.55 13.97 10.16BassiDcts 73 73 1.53 1.48 0.00 -3.34RehabilitationBeds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 1,635 1,738 34.31 35.25 6.30 2.75CoIlllllUllily PlwrllUlcieS 70 74 1.47 1.50 4.88 1.87Popullltioll 47Ci.5'5 493,041 DIa DIa 3.46 nla1Data of record cIlffer forhcaIth groups. Pleasereferto the JnIroducllOll for specIIicdatesof record for each group.2 Rate of dlango (Inpercent) In the mtmbor., Rate of dlango (In percent) In the IIIUIIbor per 10,000population.• JndIcates that tho blIlIo for the raIDof cIlanao Is lessthan 10.nla - Not Appllc:able.PrqJ410d by:a.llh BIlIII8II R-rcaUDIl'l'beUtdyentl1 afBrldIb CoIumbla31Table 23Health Region 9 - Sooth Fraser ValleyHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<15 15-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ ApUDlmcnm SabtoCBI SexHeaJtb Group M F ..2!.- __J!'_ M J!' _M____J!'__M____J!'_ ..2!.- __J!'_ ..2!.- F M __F_ 1JDkDowD TobIIDental SuvieesCcrtificel Dental As8isImta 1 70 0 193 0 55 0 9 0 0 0 0 1 256 2 583 0 5BSDmtal Hygicnisb 0 4 0 69 0 52 1 12 0 2 1 0 1 18 3 157 0 160Dcotim 0 0 40 19 81 23 54 4 19 0 6 0 0 0 200 46 0 246Medictd & Tnatmenl ServieelPmergcacy MedicalAssislanta 3 0 27 2 43 7 18 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 99 9 0 lOSF'tmt~CIlI 59 4 256 12 263 5 118 2 14 0 0 0 23 2 733 2S 0 758plllmll";stll 6 5 49 63 53 40 18 17 29 2 3 3 5 0 163 130 0 293Physicilll8 (Nao-Postgradualc) 0 0 70 44 III 77 153 39 70 6 40 7 0 0 4S5 173 0 628Nuning ServieelLicaIscd Practical Nurscs 0 11 2 59 4 158 8 171 4 42 1 4 0 4 19 449 0 468Registcrcel Nurses 1 40 14 410 17 895 19 848 6 318 0 35 0 4 57 2,550 0 2,6f.T1Lia:DscdOradualc Nunes 0 0 0 6 1 14 1 15 0 7 0 2 0 0 2 44 0 46Rcgislcrecl~ Nurses 0 2 4 54 5 48 13 58 6 25 1 4 2 7 31 198 0 229NuJritiD" & Dietary Service,Dietitians '" Nutritionists 0 3 0 17 0 11 0 9 0 3 0 0 3 57 0 58PSJchologictdSuvieesPsychologists 0 0 0 6 7 19 10 13 3 4 0 0 42 11 0 64ReWiliIatio" ServieelMassage'I1ltnpUta 0 2 1 14 10 17 3 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 15 40 0 550a:upati0Dal 'lbaapistB 0 4 0 14 0 22 0 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 53 0 54Physical ThcrBpists 0 3 8 37 12 50 5 34 3 7 0 0 2 2 30 133 0 163TOTAL 70 148 471 1,014 617 1,491 430 1,147 173 415 56 56 36 197 1,853 4,669 0 6,521Pr_ ed",:RaoIllllIamma-r-VilliThe UDl-.l1J '"BrltlobColma blaTable 24Health Region 9 • South Fraser VaIleyHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PlaceolGnulwdicmSIIlIkatdH:wan &:D.C. AIbata MmItoba ODtarlo Othere-da e-daSabtoIIIl OtherCAJwdn UDImowD TOTALHealth Group _N__'If>__N__'If>____N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__.._Denlill Sel'VieesCertifiedDentalAssistants 512 87.52 21 3.59 9 1.54 0 0.00 1 0.17 543 92.82 42 7.18 0 0.00 585 100.00DentalHygienists 77 48.13 16 10.00 15 9.38 22 13.75 11 6.88 141 88.13 19 11.88 0 0.00 160 100.00Dentists 135 54.44 33 13.31 27 10.89 22 8.87 12 4.84 229 92.34 19 7.66 0 0.00 248 100.00Medit:td& Treatment Sel'VieesPhaunaci.sts 223 76.11 15 5.12 32 10.92 2 0.68 5 1.71 277 94.54 14 4.78 2 0.68 293 100.00PhysiciaDs 161 25.60 56 8.90 65 10.33 87 13.83 50 7.95 419 66.61 210 33.39 0 0.00 629 100.00Nursing Sel'VieesLicensedPractical Nurses 281 60.04 43 9.19 36 7.69 48 10.26 20 4.27 428 91.45 27 5.77 13 2.78 468 100.00RegisteredNurses 1,259 48.29 188 7.21 285 10.93 259 9.93 144 5.52 2,135 81.89 470 18.03 2 0.08 2,607 100.00Registm:dPs)'cl1iatric Nur5CII 162 70.74 8 3.49 24 10.48 0 0.00 0 0.00 194 84.72 17 7.42 18 7.86 229 100.00Nutrition & DietIIrJ Se",ieesDietitians&:Nutritionists 26 44.83 6 10.34 4 6.90 8 13.79 9 15.52 53 91.38 4 6.90 1.72 58 100.00Psychowgictd Sel'VieesPsychologists 24 37.50 6 9.38 4 6.25 5 7.81 2 3.13 41 64.06 23 35.94 0 0.00 64 100.00Relulbilikdion Sel'VieesMassageThrrapists 40 72.73 0 0.00 0 0.00 12 21.82 0 0.00 52 94.55 0 0.00 3 5.45 55 100.00Occupational 'Ihcrapists 22 40.74 5 9.26 1 1.85 6 11.11 6 11.11 40 74.07 14 25.93 0 0.00 54 100.00Physkal 'Ihcrapists 47 28.83 13 7.98 16 9.82 17 10.43 7 4.29 100 61.35 63 38.65 0 0.00 163 100.00TOTAL 2,!1fi9 52.90 410 7,30 518 lI.23 488 8.69 267 4.76 4,652 82.88 922 16.43 39 0.69 5,613 100.80Prep0n411J:BOIIIIh ......... IlaoarcaUaltnelJDhenllJ oLBrlIIsh Columbia34Table 25Health Region 10 • Simon FraserHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberpcr AmIuIIINIIIDba' 10.000 Population Rate of O!!mgeBmlthGrvup 1993 1994 1993 1994 NUilliIH' Rado'IHnIlIl &nicellCertified I>c:Dlal Aasi5tauU 381 413 14.31 14.87 8.40 3.86Dc:ula1 Hygicoilts 75 86 2.82 3.10 14.67 9.87DaltiBts 163 160 6.12 5.76 -1.84 -5.95Metlktd & Trelllmenl SenicellEmergeocy Mcdic:al AaUtanta 87 89 3.27 3.20 2.51 -2.16F'JI'Ilt Respoodas 311 419 11.68 15.08 38.43 32.12PbarmllCista 189 188 7.10 6.77 ..0.45 -4.04Physicians 514 532 19.31 19.15 3.50 ..0.83Nursing SenicesLiceDsed PnK:tical NIIIIIe8 397 358 14.91 12.89 -9.82 -13.60Rcgistcml NIUllCS 2,610 2,641 98.05 95.07 1.19 -3.05LiceDsed 0nduaI.c Nuraca 26 20 0.98 0.72 -23.08 -26.30Rcgistcml Plychilmc NlIDIC& 1,140 1,086 42.83 39.09 -4.74 -8.72Nutrition & Dielllry &nkellDic:titiaDa &.NutritillDista 63 6S 2.37 2.34 3.17 -1.14PlJclwlogietzl SenicellPsychologists 46 49 1.73 1.76 6.52 2.06ReWiIiIIIIion SenicellMaaaagc '1berapista 24 35 0.90 1.26 45.83 39.73OccupaliaaalThcnpista 47 60 1.77 2.16 27.66 22.32PhyaicalThcnpista 122 129 4.58 4.64 5.74 1.31TOTAL 6,195 6,330 232.74 227.85 2.18 -2.10Hospilal BethAmIDCare Beds 867 794 32.57 28.58 -8.42 -12.25BmmdcdCaroBeds S86 611 22.02 21.99 4.27 ..0.10Bassinets 56 84 2.10 3.02 50.00 43.72RduibiIitation Bcda 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 1,509 1,489 56.69 53.60 ·1.33 -S.44iCommunity Plulrlllllciell 37 40 1.39 1.44 6.91 3.06PopulDlWn 2645,180 277,809 n1a nIa 4.37 nIaI D8Icaof record differfar baIIIh poupL P1eaao referto !he IDlroduc:IICII1 far IpCCific data of record far eec:h group.2 RaIeof chmgo (Inpercem) In the DII!dler., RaIeof cbIJIge(In panlCDt) In the IIIIJJlba' per 10,000popuIadoo.• Indk:ala tIIlIt the bale far !he rate of dwIge Islea than 10.nla - Not Applicable.PrqtJnJ1rJ:u..J1h B_.........UaIt'l1IetJelnnlt, olBrllIoh Calamblll35Table 26Health Region 10 • Simon FraserHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Ap1JDJmowD Subtotal Sa:HraltbGroup _M__ F M F M __1'__M____1'__M____I'_ M __1'__M____F__M____F_~ ToWDenlill ServicesCcdificd DentalAuislantl 0 56 0 137 0 44 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 166 0 411 2 413Dc::otaIHygienists 0 7 0 42 1 26 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 6 2 84 0 86Dentists 1 0 35 13 36 12 29 2 18 2 9 0 0 0 128 29 0 157Medical & Treatment ServicesEmc:rgCllC)' MedicalAssistantl 0 0 25 10 35 2 12 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 76 13 0 89First Rcspaodm 9 2 107 7 187 9 69 6 14 0 0 0 8 1 394 25 0 419FhlllDla::ists 3 4 24 29 28 37 21 15 9 5 7 0 5 1 97 91 0 188Fhysicilllls (Nm-PQ5tgrIIduate) 0 0 56 25 111 49 123 20 73 9 30 2 2 0 395 lOS 0 500Nuning ServicesLicensed PracticalNurses 0 6 7 57 9 118 10 112 1 28 0 1 0 9 27 331 0 358Rcgistc:rcd Nurses 0 55 17 525 30 964 52 722 14 243 1 16 0 2 114 2,527 0 2,641LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 12 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 19 0 20Rcgistcrcd PByc:hialric Nursea 2 25 42 154 51 195 161 278 60 88 2 6 4 16 322 762 2 1,086NuIriIion & DktDry ServicesDiclitiaDs &: NutritiotWta 0 0 20 2 25 0 11 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 63 0 65Psychological ServicesPaychoIogists 0 0 0 2 11 8 16 6 3 0 2 0 0 28 21 0 49ReWilittzlion ServicesMassage Therapists 2 0 4 13 1 6 1 4 0 1 0 0 2 1 10 25 0 350a:upati0DalThcrBpista 0 2 3 22 3 18 0 8 0 3 0 0 1 0 7 53 0 60Fh)'lic:alThc::rapim 1 2 6 34 4 44 3 22 0 7 0 3 1 2 15 114 0 129TOTAL IS 160 326 1,091 509 1,561 498 1,230 194 395 49 30 24 206 1,61S 4,673 4 6,2951'rqxIntlby:Rallb IIJtmea-UDltThe UDlwnllJ arBriIla CoIambIaTable 27Health Region 10 - Simon FraserHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PIatJe orGradlllltlonSaIkatdIewau &:D.C. AlbIna MJmItoba Outufo Otha'e-rJa ClIIIIIdaSabtoIaI 0Iba' 9Iuu!g lJDImowa TOTALIIaIJtb Group _N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>__N__'If>_Denkll St!1'IIknCertified Dental Assistants 378 91.53 15 3.63 2 0.48 0 0.00 0 0.00 395 95.64 18 4.36 0 0.00 413 100.00DClltal HygicDists 33 38.37 7 8.14 10 11.63 14 16.28 14 16.28 78 90.70 8 9.30 0 0.00 86 100.00DClltisU 65 40.63 24 15.00 19 11.88 10 6.25 16 10.00 134 83.75 26 16.25 0 0.00 160 100.00MetlU:td& Treatment ServicesPhllDllllCisb 149 79.26 8 4.26 11 5.85 4 2.13 4 2.13 176 93.62 12 6.38 0 0.00 188 100.00Physicians 148 27.82 57 10.71 37 6.95 81 15.23 58 10.90 381 71.62 151 28.38 0 0.00 532 100.00Nursing ServicesLicaucd Practical Nurses 213 59.50 19 5.31 28 7.82 36 10.06 17 4.75 313 87.43 39 10.89 6 1.68 358 100.00RcgistCl'Cd NurllCS 1,470 55.66 137 5.19 221 8.37 209 7.91 110 4.17 2,147 81.29 493 18.67 1 0.04 2,641 100.00RcgUtcn:d Psychialric Nursca 670 61.69 16 1.47 88 8.10 0 0.00 0 0.00 774 71.27 245 22.56 67 6.17 1,086 100.00Nutrition & Dietllry Se",icesDictitialls &; NulritioniJlll 36 55.38 . 12 18.46 3 4.62 5 7.69 2 3.08 58 89.23 7 10.77 0 0.00 6S 100.00Psychologietd ServicesPsychologists 25 51.02 2 4.08 3 6.12 2.04 7 14.29 38 77.55 11 22.45 0 0.00 49 100.00Rehobilillltion ServicesMaossagc Th:npisls 25 71.43 0 0.00 0 0.00 8 22.86 0 0.00 33 94.29 1 2.86 1 2.86 35 100.000ccupati0nal1bcrapUta 20 33.33 9 15.00 2 3.33 6 10.00 4 6.67 41 68.33 19 31.67 0 0.00 60 100.00Physical1bcnpists 39 30.23 9 6.98 8 6.20 21 16.28 6 4.65 83 64.34 43 33.33 3 2.33 129 100.00TOTAL 3,271 56.38 315 5.43 432 7.45 395 6.81 23B 4.10 4,651 BU6 I,m 18.49 78 1.34 5,802 100.00PTqtJndl11:HaithH_IbMJarcaUlll IThe DalWftl lJ 01. Bdllsb CoIamb..38Table 28Health Region 11 • Coast GaribaldiHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberper AmIuaINumber 10,000 PopulaUoD RateofClllmpHeIIItbGroup IH3 1994 IH3 1994 NlIIIIiIe? RaUo'lk,",,' Serriee,Certified DcDtaI AasistantB 62 65 9.52 9.66 4.84 1.45DaItal HygiCDistB 20 26 3.07 3.86 30.00 25.79DaltistB 32 31 4.91 4.61 -3.13 .(j.26Metlktll &: Tretllmellt Serriee,Emcqcucy MccIical Assistants 127 126 19.50 18.72 ..{).86 -4.35FatRespoadclll 6S 123 9.98 18.28 100.53 93.46Plwmacista 44 53 6.76 7.88 17.29 14.03Phy&iciaDs 98 97 15.05 14.42 -1.02 -4.22Narring Serriee,LiccIIIed Practical NIIIBC8 103 111 15.82 16.50 7.77 4.28Registered NUDlCll 392 386 60.20 57.36 -1.53 -4.72LiccIIIed Oraduatc NIIIBC8 4 3 0.61 0.45 • •RcgistcmI PsychiaIrlc: NIIIBC8 23 23 3.53 3.42 0.00 -3.24Nutrilion &: Dieltlry Serriee,Dictiti8118 &.NutritiCDista 5 5 0.77 0.74 • •l'Iyclwlogie,,' Serriee,PBydIo1ogista 7 8 1.08 1.19 • •Relulhilitlltion Serriee,MassageThcnpists 36 36 5.53 5.35 0.00 -3.24Occ:upatiClll81Thc:npista 5 5 0.77 0.74 • •PhysicalThcnpista 40 41 6.14 6.09 2.50 ..{).82TOTAL 1,063 1,139 163.26 169.27 7.15 3.68Ho,pillJ' BetlsAcuteCareBeds 140 140 21.50 20.81 0.00 -3.24IImnded CareBeds 130 130 19.97 19.32 0.00 -3.24BaIsinds 26 26 3.H 3.86 0.00 -3.24Rehabilitation BccIs 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 2M 2M 45.46 43.H 0.00 -3.24eo"."",nily PIuIr"",cie, 14 18 2.15 2.67 24.04 20.59Popullllion 65,112 67,290 Dla Dla 3.35 Dla1Dala or recorddiffer for healIh8fOUllL Pleaserefer to the Inlroduclion far specIIlc dalD8 of reconI far eIChtp'OUp.2 Rate of change (In percal1) In lbe1I1UIIber., Rateof c:banae (In percal1) In theII1UIIber per 10,000population.• JndlcalD8 that !be bIlIe far therite of c:banae Is less than 10.Dla- Not Applicable.PrqaredlJy:a..IlhB..............UaltThe UDI~onIIJ ofBrllIob CCIIambla39Table 29Health Region 11 • Coast GaribaldiHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-H 65 + AaeUnlmowD Sub&otaI SeEIIaIJlh Group M __F_ M F -!L- __F_ M __F__M__ F M __F_ M F M F 1lDIlDlJwa TotalDenlill Set'Vi&esCc:rtificd DentalAssistaDti 0 1 0 19 0 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 35 0 64 1 6SDc:ntal Hygicoists 0 0 0 12 0 8 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 26 '0 26Dentists 0 0 6 1 9 1 8 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 28 3 0 31Medictd &: Tntllmml ServicesEmergeucy Medical Aasistautl 10 3 37 14 2S 10 14 7 5 1 0 0 0 0 91 35 0 126F'UBt RcspoDdcra 8 1 35 5 43 0 18 1 4 0 0 0 7 1 115 8 0 123Pharmacists 2 3 6 9 4 14 4 1 8 1 1 0 0 0 2S 28 0 53PhysiciaDa (NOII-PostgradualC) 0 0 9 7 22 12 22 3 15 1 6 0 0 0 74 23 0 97Nuning &rvicesLicaIacd Practical Nuacs 0 2 1 26 1 40 0 31 0 9 0 0 0 1 2 109 0 IIIRegiatcRdNurscs 0 2 1 71 2 153 1 93 1 55 0 7 0 0 5 381 0 386Li=Isccl Gradualc Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 3RegisteredPsychiatric Nunes 0 0 3 3 1 10 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 18 0 23NutriIio" &: DkltlTy &",icesDietitians '" NutritiODists 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5P6Jchologictll ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 5 3 0 8Relulbilitlllio" Set'Vi&esMasage'Ibr:npisls 1 1 6 12 2 8 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 10 26 0 360ccupati0Dal Therapists 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5Physical'lbcnpUts 0 0 1 9 1 13 0 13 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 39 0 41TOTAL 21 13 105 189 111 283 71 167 36 71 11 12 7 41 362 .,,6 1 10139Pnpandby:IIaIIhS-&-.-UaItThe Ualwn1lJof BrlllohCabmabillTable 30Health Region 11 • Coast GaribaldiHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Pl8ceofGradwoticmS8IIkatcbewan &D.C. Alberta MmItoba <>mario Otbrre-da ClIIuuIa Subtot8I 0Iba: C'.cMwtrt l1DImowD TOTALBcaJtbG!'!!I!P _N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>_D~1IllIlServiI:~sCertified Dental AssiBtants 60 92.31 1 1.54 2 3.08 1 1.54 0 0.00 64 98.46 1 1.54 0 0.00 65 100.00Dc:ntal HygicDista 13 50.00 4 15.38 0 0.00 . 3 11.54 1 3.85 21 80.77 4 15.38 1 3.85 26 100.00Dentists 13 41.94 0 0.00 2 6.45 2 6.45 5 16.13 22 70.97 9 29.03 0 0.00 31 100.00M~dictd& Tr~tdmenl S~rvicesPharmecisfS 39 73.58 5 9.43 4 7.55 3 5.66 0 0.00 51 96.23 1 1.89 1 1.89 53 100.00Physicians 25 25.77 12 12.37 9 9.28 16 16.49 11 11.34 73 75.26 24 24.74 0 0.00 97 100.00Nursing ServicesLicc:nscd Practical Nurses 89 80.18 3 2.70 5 4.50 4 3.60 5 4.50 106 95.50 2 1.80 3 2.70 III 100.00Registered Nurses 212 54.92 27 6.99 34 8.81 50 12.95 19 4.92 342 88.60 44 11.40 0 0.00 386 100.00RcgUtcn:d Psychiatric NurSCll 21 91.30 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 21 91.30 0 0.00 2 8.70 23 100.00Nutrition & Dieltuy Se",icesDietitians&; Nutritioaim 2 40.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 20.00 2 40.00 5 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 100.00Psychological S~rvicesPs)'choIogists 5 62.50 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 62.50 3 37.50 0 0.00 8 100.00R~1uJbililDtion S~rvicesMassagelhcnpists 20 55.56 0 0.00 0 0.00 13 36.11 0 0.00 33 91.67 1 2.78 2 5.56 36 100.000a:upati0ual'Ibcnpista 1 20.00 1 20.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 40.00 3 60.00 0 0.00 5 100.00PhysicalTbcmpists 10 24.39 3 7.32 0 0.00 12 29.27 2 4.88 27 6S.8S 14 34.15 0 0.00 41 100.00TOTAL 510 57.50 56 6.31 56 6.31 105 1L84 45 5.07 772 87.03 106 11.95 , 1.01 887 100.00l'npondby:R..rlh IIam& JlI.larcsUDI1Tho UDI--lJ af llrltbb CoIambla~-42Table 31Health Region 13 • Central Vancouver IslandHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberper ADouaINIIIIIber 10,000 Population Rate of Qw!seIJalJth Group 1!l93 1!l94 1m 1!l94 NlBlIbeI' RatIo'DmkJl Se",iee,CertifiedDcDtaI Assistants 316 333 14.80 15.02 5.38 1.51Dcnta1 Hygic:nilta 55 60 2.58 2.71 9.09 5.08Dcatilta 100 98 4.68 4.42 -2.00 -5.60Medkal &; TreallMnI Serviee,Emcrgt'DCy Medica1 Asailtants 236 219 11.05 9.88 -7.83 -11.52FII'IItRcspc:Ildclll 196 373 9.18 16.83 101.77 93.70Plwma:ists 121 122 5.67 5.50 0.71 -2.47Physicians 362 375 16.95 16.92 3.59 -0.21Nurring Serviee,LiccuIcd Pnctical NIIlIIC8 510 50s 23.88 22.78 -0.98 -4.62Rcgislcml Nunc:a 1,413 1,426 66.17 64.33 0.92 -2.79LiccuIcd 0rBduaIc NuDes 11 10 0.52 0.45 -9.09 -12.43Rcgistm:d PIychiamc NIIlIIC8 66 66 3.09 2.98 0.00 -3.67NIllritWII &;DktDry Serviee,Dietililma & Nutritillllista 27 29 1.26 1.31 7.41 3.46Psyclwlogietll Serviee,PIydIoIogilta 26 29 1.22 1.31 11.54 7.44Relulbililtllioll Serviee,Musage 'I'br.mpista 31 39 1.45 1.76 25.81 21.19OccupationalTherapists 39 41 1.83 1.85 5.13 1.27PhyaicalTherapists 93 95 4.36 4.29 2.15 -1.60TOTAL 3,602 3,820 168.68 172.32 6.05 2.16HOlpiltll BedsAcute CanlBeds 528 513 24.73 23.14 -2.84 -6.41Bxt=Ied CAre Beds 396 396 18.54 17.86 0.00 -3.67Bassinets 66 66 3.09 2.98 0.00 -3.67Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS !l9O 975 46.36 43." .1.52 ·5.13Communily PluJrmacie, 39 40 1.83 1.80 2.19 -1.03POpu1ldW1I 213,542 221,684 DI. DIa 3.11 DIaI DaIcs orrecord dlfCer Cor hcaIlh groups. PIcue referto the Introducllllll forspec:Ifk: datesofrecord for each gn>Up.• RateDC dlango(Inpercent) In1ho1JIlDIbcr.• Rateofcllanao (Inpercent) Inthe IJIlDIbcr per10,000 population.·1IIdk:a1althat lbobase Cor the rateDC cbange Is1_ thlIIIIO.nJa - NotApp1lclh~/'rqJtJn4 hy:B..lllhB_......... lJDI&The Unl.enIl"atBrllIob C<lImabla43Table 32Health Region 13 • Central Vancouver IslandHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-'4 65+ Age l1DIIIlcnm SuhtoIaI ScsHeaIIb Group _M____F__M____F_ M F M F _M__ F _M____F__M____F__M____F_~~---Denlld ServieesCertified DentalAssistants 1 37 1 107 0 38 0 7 0 2 0 0 0 139 2 330 1 333Dallal Hygienists 0 2 2 20 0 20 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 8 2 58 0 60Dentists 0 0 17 1 24 7 31 1 10 0 4 0 0 0 86 9 0 95Medit:al & Tretllmellt ServieesEmcrgcucyMedical Assistants 18 11 57 23 37 21 32 9 10 1 0 0 0 0 154 6S 0 219First Rapmdcn 36 2 108 11 122 9 54 4 5 0 2 0 19 1 346 27 0 373PIumnacists 2 3 16 20 18 19 16 9 9 3 5 0 1 1 67 55 0 122PhysiciaDa (Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 33 16 109 29 79 15 58 3 31 1 1 0 311 64 0 375Nuning Servi&esLiccDscd PracticalN_ o 10 0 71 5 216 5 149 1 34 0 7 0 7 11 494 0 50SRcgistc:rcd Nurses 0 17 7 206 17 491 5 460 3 201 0 18 0 1 32 1,394 0 1,426LicaJscd GraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 10Regislacd PsychiaIric Nurses 0 1 0 13 5 24 4 10 1 6 0 1 0 1 10 56 0 66Nutrition & Dietllly Se",it:esDietitiaDs &:NulritioDists 0 0 0 9 8 0 8 0 2 0 0 0 1 28 0 29Psyc1wlogit:alServieesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 4 5 9 6 3 1 1 0 0 0 17 12 0 29Relwbilitalion ServieesMassageTha:apists 0 1 3 9 2 15 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 32 0 39Oa:upatiooal Therapists 0 0 0 13 0 22 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 41 0 41PhysicalTherapists 0 3 1 15 6 32 4 29 0 3 0 0 1 1 12 83 0 9STOTAL 57 87 245 534 350 958 241 725 100 263 43 27 22 164 1,051 2,751 1 3,817Prq1GndbJ:B"'IhIlama~UDJtThe UaJ......17<Jl1IrI1lsb ColumbiaTable 33Health Region 13 - Central VancoDver IslandHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994l'JaceofGraduadoaSa*8td:lewm&B.C. AJbata MlmItoba ODbuto Otbere-Ja CaDada SabtotIII OIberCwuin t1DkuuwD TOTALIkaIlh GI'!!UJI _o_N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__'1>__N__...__N__..._Dental ServieesCertifiedDentalAlsistants 322 96.70 7 2.10 2 0.60 0 0.00 0 0.00 331 99.40 2 0.60 0 0.00 333 100.00DentalHygicni!ts 22 36.67 14 23.33 7 11.67 7 11.67 6 10.00 56 93.33 4 6.67 0 0.00 60 100.00Dcnti.sts 32 32.65 27 27.55 12 12.24 9 9.18 7 7.14 87 88.78 °11 11.22 0 0.00 98 100.00Mediad &: TretllmenJ ServieesPhIlDDllCiats 96 78.69 4 3.28 14 11.48 1 0.82 2 1.64 117 o 95.90 5 4.10 0 0.00 122 100.00Physicians 95 25.33 53 14.13 32 8.53 52 13.87 22 5.87 254 67.73 121 32.27 0 0.00 375 100.00Nursing ServieesLicensed PracticalNurses 410 81.19 30 5.94 23 4.55 16 3.17 12 2.38 491 97.23 9 1.78 5 0.99 505 100.00RegisteredNurl5CS 736 51.61 143 10.03 117 8.20 175 12.27 76 5.33 1,247 87.45 179 12.55 0 0.00 1.426 100.00RegisteredPa)dUaIric NurIiCS 36 54.55 3 4.55 14 21.21 0 0.00 0 0.00 53 80.30 4 6.06 9 13.64 66 100.00NutriIio" &: Dklilry ServieesDietitiaos& Nutritionists 12 41.38 3 10.34 4 13.79 6 20.69 3 10.34 28 96.55 0 0.00 3.45 29 100.00Psychologictd ServieesPBychoIogilts 9 31.03 2 6.90 3.45 8 27.59 3.45 21 72.41 8 27.59 0 0.00 29 100.00ReluJbililtdio" ServieesMauage 1bCl'lIpists 18 46.15 0 0.00 0 0.00 17 43.59 0 0.00 35 89.74 1 2.56 3 7.69 39 100.00Occupstioaal Therapists 17 41.46 9 21.95 1 2.44 5 12.20 3 7.32 35 85.37 6 14.63 0 0.00 41 100.00Physical Therapists 18 18.95 11 11.58 12 12.63 11 11.58 4 4.21 56 58.95 38 40.00 1 1.05 95 100.00TOTAL 1,823 56.65 306 1'-51 239 7.43 307 9.54 136 4.23 2,811 87.35 388 12.06 19 0.59 3,218 100.00PrqNITod by:aOll lbaa-a-rcaUDIt1'11. UDIftnllJ <LIIrldob Columbia46Table 34Health Region 14 • North IslandlMld CoastHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Phannacles and Population1993 and 19941Numberper AmIwIINumber 10,000 Population Rate at <l!aDgeIIeaJlhG!'!!!Ip 1m 1994 1993 1994 NliJIhC'? RatIo'Dent4l Servke,CertifiedDallal Aaaislanla 159 165 15.06 15.07 3.77 0.07DcntalHygieni8ta 32 37 3.03 3.38 15.63 11.49Dalti11a 47 50 4.45 4.57 6.38 2.58MetlletJI &: TrellllMnISenke,EmCQlCIICY MedicalAaaislanta 237 218 22.45 19.92 -8.71 -12.26FmstRcapoadcra 37 82 3.51 7.49 138.25 128.98PblumllCista 51 48 4.83 4.39 -5.06 -7.98PhyaiciaDa 151 157 14.31 14.34 3.97 0.26N"ning Senke,LiceDIcdPrIICtical Nunea 220 217 20.84 19.82 -1.36 -4.89Rcgialcrcd NurICS 748 793 70.87 72.45 6.02 2.23LiceDIcdOraduatcNunea 8 7 0.76 0.64 • •Rcgialcrcd PaychialDc: Nunea 28 35 2.65 - 3.20 25.00 20.53Nutrition &:Dklory ServicesDietiti8111 &:NutritiaaUta 12 10 1.14 0.91 -16.67 -19.64Psychologkal Senke,Pllychologiata 11 16 1.04 1.46 45.45 40.26Re1uIbilikllion SenkesMassage Thcrapista 24 26 2.27 2.38 8.33 4.46OccupatimalThc:rapista 10 18 0.95 1.64 80.00 73.57PhyaicalThcrllpista 49 51 4.64 4.66 4.08 0.36TOTAL 1,824 1,930 172.81 176.32 5.81 2.03HDspiislBedsAmlIl c.w Bedl 275 252 26.05 23.02 -8.36 -11.64IlmDdcd CarcBedI 143 189 13.55 17.27 32.17 27.45Bassinets 31 33 2.94 3.01 6.45 2.65RehllbililatioD Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 449 474 42.54 43.30 5.57 1.80CollUllUnity PWIMCU:, 16 17 1.52 1.55 5.33 2.10PDpultdion 105,551 109,4'1 rJIa DI. 3.70 rJIaI DateI d recad dlUer fm'boalIh8JOUIlIl. Please refer to !be IDtroductlllll fm' opccIfIc date8 of recad fm' eadlllfOIIP.21U1e ofcllaDao (InpercaI1) In tho 11II11iJcz.'1UIe of cbaDso (InperocDt) In IboI1II11iJcz per 10,000 popuIadan.• Iadlcate81bat lho bile fm'tborate ofdlango II 1_ Ibm 10.nIa- NotAppl1cab1o.1'rrptJndby:IIHIIh BlIIIIlIIIa-r-UDitn..u........t, otBritIob CclIamllla47Table3SHealth Region 14 • North IslandlMid CoastHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 2$·34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Apt1DkDowD Sah&ablI SeltHaltbGroup M F _M____F__M____F__M____F_ M F M F _M__ F M F ~..J!!!!LDenllll Service,Ccltificd Darta1 AssiItaDta 0 18 0 52 0 17 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 76 0 165 0 165Dmta1 Hygicnislll 0 1 0 16 0 15 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 36 0 37Dentists 0 0 10 3 10 2 18 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 44 6 0 SOMedictzl&; Treatmml Service,Emc:rJellCy Medical A81istmtB 10 10 39 26 55 31 24 12 6 2 0 0 1 2 135 83 0 218FIIlItRcspcmdcu 5 3 16 4 2S 2 15 0 5 0 2 0 4 1 72 10 0 82Phmnacisl!! 0 1 6 14 10 5 4 1 2 0 4 0 0 1 26 22 0 48Physicians(NOll-Postgraduate) 0 0 16 10 43 8 45 8 20 1 6 0 0 0 130 27 0 157Nurring ServicesLicaucd I'ractic.1 Nurses 0 2 2 46 0 77 1 57 1 26 0 0 0 5 4 213 0 217Rc:gistrrcd Nunes 1 S S 140 4 287 2 235 0 102 0 12 0 0 12 781 0 793Licaucd GrlIduatc Nuraca 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7RcgiatcRd PlIychiaIric Nunca 0 0 1 5 2 18 0 2 2 3 0 0 1 1 6 29 0 3SNutrition &; DielilrySe",u:esDictitiaDs & Nutriti0Dist5 0 0 0 0 S 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 10Psyclrologietd Service,PsydIologisls 0 0 0 0 2 5 5 2 0 0 1 0 0 8 8 0 16ReWilitlltion Serviee,Musagc Th:rllpists 0 0 1 6 4 9 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 6 20 0 260ccupati0Dal1bcrapiJts 0 0 0 3 0 10 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 18Ph}'licalTbcrapiata 0 1 3 9 4 17 1 9 2 4 0 0 0 1 10 41 0 51TOTAL 16 41 99 335 158 506 116 341 44 143 14 13 7 !lO 454 1,476 0 1,930Prrporodby:IIaIIh llama .........UDliThe UDl-.ltJ afB rilllb ColamblaTable 36Health Region 14 - North IslandlMld CoastHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PWe orGnduadonSaakatcbewaD 81:D.C. Alberta Mmdtoba ODIarlo Other ClIIIada ClIIIIIda Subtobd OCher CouWy UDImmm TOTALHadtbGroup N ~ N ~ N ~ N ~ N ~ N ~ N ~ N ~ N ~------------------------------------Dellttll ServicesCertified DentalAssistant. 152 92.12 8 4.85 2 1.21 0 0.00 0 0.00 162 98.18 3 1.82 0 0.00 165 100.00Dmtal Hygimlim 10 27.03 3 8.11 6 16.22 6 16.22 3 8.11 28 75.68 9 24.32 0 0.00 37 100.00Dentists 17 34.00 12 24.00 3 6.00 6 12.00 5 10.00 43 86.00 7 14.00 0 0.00 50 100.00Mediad & Trealment ServicesP!umIacists 34 70.83 5 10.42 6 12.50 0 0.00 1 2.08 46 95.83 2 4.17 0 0.00 48 100.00Ph)'5iciaus 38 24.20 21 13.38 15 9.55 20 12.74 14 8.92 108 68.79 49 31.21 0 0.00 157 100.00Nursing ServicesI.K:cmedPrIIctical Nurses 145 66.82 8 3.69 10 4.61 21 9.68 14 6.45 198 91.24 11 5.07 8 3.69 217 100.00Rcgi.slcled Nuracs 382 48.17 61 7.69 80 10.09 109 13.75 70 8.83 702 88.52 91 11.48 . 0 0.00 793 100.00RegisteredPs)'l:biatric Nurses 20 57.14 7 20.00 2 5.71 0 0.00 0 0.00 29 82.86 3 8.57 3 8.57 35 100.00Nutrilion & DieUlryServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 2 20.00 2 20.00 2 20.00 2 20.00 1 10.00 9 90.00 10.00 0 0.00 10 100.00Psychologictd ServicesPs)'l:boIogisls 9 56.25 2 12.50 0 0.00 3 18.75 0 0.00 14 87.50 2 12.50 0 0.00 16 100.00Reluzbilitlltion ServicesMuuge'lbrnpists 12 46.15 0 0.00 0 0.00 12 46.15 0 0.00 24 92.31 0 0.00 2 7.69 26 100.00Oa:upatioDalTherapisls 6 33.33 0 0.00 0 0.00 4 22.22 2 11.11 12 66.67 6 33.33 0 0.00 18 100.00Phyaical'Ibempists 21 41.18 2 3.92 2 3.92 4 7.84 4 7.84 33 64.71 18 35.29 0 0.00 51 100.00TOTAL 848 52.25 131 8.07 128 7.8!' 187 11.52 114 7.02 1,_ 86.75 202 12.45 13 0.80 1,623 100.00PrqJdTltl""Hallth IIaDuIIl~UaltThe Ua1wnItJ '"BridsII Calambbl50Table 37Health Region 15 - CaribooHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941NIIDIberper AmIuIIINIIIIIber 10,000 Population RateorCbanpBeaIthGroup 1993 1994 1993 1994 NIDIiIlC? Rallo'DenJIJl Sert'ke8Certified Dallal Aaaistanla 77 76 11.32 11.02 -1.30 -2.67Da1IaIH}'8ieDilta 20 21 2.94 3.05 5.00 3.54Dalti1ta 27 30 3.97 4.35 11.11 9.57Mediad &: Trelltnuml Sert'kesEmcrgCIICY Mcdica1 AasUtanta 102 100 15.00 14.50 -2.14 -3.62FIlIt RCIplIDdcn 20 2S 2.94 3.63 27.56 2S.63PlwmllCiIla 29 34 4.26 4.93 14.61 13.24PhysiciaDa 84 83 12.35 12.04 -1.19 -2.56Nruring Sert'kesLicc:Dacd Practica1 NuDea 117 109 17.21 15.81 ~.84 ·8.13Rcgislered NlIllIe& 373 394 SUS 57.14 5.63 4.16LicaJacd 0raduaIe Nursca 1 1 0.15 0.15 • •Rcgislcml Psychiatric NIIDCI 24 22 3.53 3.19 -8.33 -9.61Nulridon &: Didary &rmesDictitilll& &: NutritiODilla 5 5 0.74 0.73 • •Psyclwlogieal Serme8PaydIologista 3 4 0.44 0.58 • •RelulbiliJlllion Serme.Maaaage Tberapista 8 10 1.18 1.45 • •Occupaticmal Thc:npilla 3 4 0.44 0.58 • •PhysicalThc:npilla 2S 24 3.68 3.48 -4.00 -5.33TOTAL 918 942 135.00 13Ml 2.61 1.19Ho.pibtl BethAcuteCareBeds 21' 187 31.62 27.12 -13.02 -14.23IImIIdod CAreBeds 97 97 14.27 14.07 0.00 -1.39Baasincts 46 41 6.76 5.95 -10.87 -12.11RdlabilitatioD Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 358 325 52.Ci5 47.13 .9.22 ·10.48Communily PIuu""'ck8 11 12 1.62 1.74 7.74 6.46Popu1lllion Ci7,998 CiI,955 DIa DIa l.41 DIa1 DaleI of recard dlfCcr fer bl:a1Ih FlUPL Pleasenlfa' to the IoIrodudionforIpCCific daa of recard fer each sroup.1 Rate of cbango (Inpc:ram) In tho DIlIDber., Raie of cbaDgo (In peram) Inthe DIlIDber per10,000popuIaIIoo.• IDdIcaIe8 that tho bale for tho n10 of cbango is 1_tban 10.DIa - NotApp1lcabJo.Propandlly:...1hB_a.-r..DuItD.lJDI-.lIJotBrilIob Cal........51Table 38Health Region 15 - CaribooHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ ApUnlmcnm Sah&otaI SexIIIlIItb GnJup _ M__ F _M____F__M__ F M __F__M____F_ -2L. __F__M____F__M____F_ UnImII'Im..2!!!!LDenltll Servil:esCcdificd DentalAasistanIl 0 11 0 31 0 8 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 76 0 76Dmtal HygicDisb 0 2 1 10 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 20 0 21Dentists 0 0 9 3 11 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 24 5 0 29Medical & TretdlMnl Servil:e,EmcrgcDCy MedicalA.uistau1l 5 4 16 16 23 11 11 9 4 1 0 0 0 0 59 41 0 100FiratRc&p<mdcra 0 0 10 0 10 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2S 0 0 2SPluamacists 1 3 6 3 7 2 4 1 4 1 1 1 0 0 23 11 0 34Fhysicims(Non-PaIlgmdlllllc) 0 0 16 7 26 5 13 2 11 0 3 0 0 0 69 14 0 83Nuning Servil:e,Liccmcd I'rBctic81 Nursea 0 1 0 9 0 41 0 41 0 15 0 1 0 1 0 109 0 109Rcgistemd Nurses 1 13 3 63 0 151 2 109 1 45 0 6 0 0 7 387 0 394Lia:DscdGradualcNurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1RcgisIcrcd PBychiaIric Nurscs 0 0 0 2 3 4 1 5 4 3 0 0 0 0 8 14 0 22NutrlIio" & Dielllry Service,Dietitians & Nutritionists 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 5Psyclwlogictd Servil:esPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 4Relulbililatio" Servil:esMassage Thcrllpists 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 9 0 100a:IJpa000al'lbcnpi&ts 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4FhysicalTherBpists 0 0 0 8 2 8 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 22 0 24TOTAL 7 34 61 161 82 243 38 176 28 69 4 • 1 29 221 720 0 941PrtptIrittJ11,:BOIlIIb a..-~UaJl'l'he UDlwnllJ '" BrII10h CoIamblaTable 39HewlliR~on1S-CwrlbooHeallli Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PIlIceofGraduadonSalkatc:hewan &;D.C. AIbcna ManItoba 0nIarl0 Otbc:re-da e-daSubtotal 0Iba' Couuht tJnImowD TOTALIImIIb Group _N__..__N__..__N__..__N__..__N__..__N__..__N__..____N__..__N__.._DenI4l ServicesCcztificd Dental Assistanta 74 97.37 0 0.00 2 2.63 0 0.00 0 0.00 76 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 76 100.00Dmtal HygicDista 12 57.14 4 19.05 2 9.52 2 9.52 0 0.00 20 95.24 1 4.76 0 0.00 21 100.00Dentists 11 36.67 2 6.67 3 10.00 2 6.67 2 6.67 20 66.67 10 33.33 0 0.00 30 100.00Medical &: Treatment ServicesPhmnac:ist1 28 82.35 0 0.00 5 14.71 0 0.00 0 0.00 33 97.06 1 2.94 0 0.00 34 100.00Physiciams 26 31.33 8 9.64 4 4.82 12 14.46 4 4.82 54 65.06 29 34.94 0 0.00 83 100.00Nursing ServicesLicensed Practical Nurses 71 65.14 12 11.01 7 6.42 11 10.09 4 3.67 105 96.33 1 0.92 3 2.75 109 100.00RcgistczcdNurses 246 62.44 25 6.35 30 7.61 39 9.90 13 3.30 353 89.59 41 10.41 0 0.00 394 100.00Rcgi5lcrcd Psychiatric Nurses 9 40.91 1 4.55 7 31.82 0 0.00 0 0.00 17 77.27 3 13.64 2 9.09 22 100.00Nulrilion &: Dieltlry ServicesDictiliaDs &: Nutritiooi8t5 3 60.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 40.00 0 0.00 5 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologists 2 50.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 50.00 2 50.00 0 0.00 4 100.00RelulbililDtion ServicesMassage Thcnpisls 3 30.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 6 60.00 0 0.00 9 90.00 0 0.00 1 10.00 10 100.00~Therapista 1 25.00 2 50.00 1 25.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 4 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 4 100.00Phyaica11bcrapisls 8 33.33 0 0.00 2 8.33 1 4.17 3 12.50 14 58.33 9 37.50 1 4.17 24 100.00TOTAL 494 60.54 54 6.62 63 7.72 75 U9 26 3.19 7U 87.25 97 11.89 7 o.s6 116 100.00Prqxgod I1y:R..rlh IIam8D~UDlITho UDI--u, "rJlritllla Calumbla54Table 40Health Region 16· North WestHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberper' Anau8INlmIber 10,000 Population RateotCumpBcaJtb Group 1m 1994 1m 1994 NUDI&I' hdo'DenJol ServieerCertifiedDental Aasislanla 75 74 8.58 8.36 -1.33 -2.58DcuIaI Hygimista 16 2S 1.83 2.82 56.25 54.27Dcotista 37 41 4.23 4.63 10.81 9.41Metlietd & Tretdmenl ServieelEmagc::ac:y MedicalAssiatanta 181 170 20.71 19.20 ~.61 -7.90FJrBtRcspoadclll 103 150 11.78 16.94 50.69 48.61PblumlKliata 53 55 6.06 6.21 3.23 2.10PhysiciaDs 118 119 13.50 13.44 0.85 -0.43Nurring ServieelLicc:lIscd Practic:aI NIUIICS 142 130 16.25 14.69 -8.45 -9.61Regislcrcd NUIlIC8 564 568 64.53 64.16 0.71 -0.57Licc:lIscd 0radwIlc NUIlIC8 6 5 0.69 0.56 • •Regislcrcd PaydIiaIric NIUIICS 29 27 3.32 3.05 ~.90 -8.08NuJriJio" cI: Didtu] &rvieelDidilima &: Nutrililllliata 8 9 0.92 1.02 • •Psychologield Senke,Plychologi.sta 6 6 0.69 0.68 • •Relulbililtdio" SenicelMassage 1berapistI 9 13 1.03 1.47 • •Occupeliooa11hcnpiata 15 13 1.72 1.47 ·13.33 -14.43Phylical1hrnpiata 28 24 3.20 2.71 -14.29 -15.37TOTAL 1,390 1,419 159.04 16L43 1.81 1.50Horpilal BedsAcuteCIre Beds 370 329 42.33 37.17 -11.08 -12.21IlxtaIded CareBeds 91 93 10.41 10.51 2.20 0.90BassiDets 40 42 4.58 4.74 5.00 3.67Rehabilitation BccIa 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 501 464 57.31 51.41 -7.39 -8.541. Community PharlNlCU!r 16 16 1.83 1.81 0.00 -1.09PopulDJio" 87,401 88,513 DIa DIa 1.18 DIaI Dalal of.recorddIflll' far!H:aldl groupL P1Cl18Cl rcfll'to tbcIlIIroductiOll far IlpCCI1lc daa of recordfar eacb poup.2 RaIeof c:bIIIge (Inprnml) In1bc1lIlII'Iber., RaIe of cbaDse(lnprnml) IntbcD11Idlerper 10,000population.• JudIc:ates that 1bcbase far tbcnIe of cbange Is1_than 10.nla - NotApplicable.1'rqJtJmJ",:IIaoIIlaB_~Ualt'l1oo Ualnn1t, of BrltIohColamIM55Table 41Health Region 16 - North WestHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-'4 65+ ApUnlmcnm Subtotal SexIIaIJtb Group _M____F_ M F M __F__M__ F M __F__M__ F _ M____F__M____F_~ ....!!!!!LDenltll ServicesCertifiedDentalAasUtantB 0 8 0 21 0 11 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 74 0 74Dallal Hygienists 1 2 0 17 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 24 0 25Dentists 0 1 9 0 15 0 10 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 40 1 0 41Medictd & Tretllmellt ServicesEmc:rgcocy MedicalAasistaatB 8 10 41 23 29 28 21 6 2 1 0 0 1 0 102 68 0 170FintRespoodrn 15 1 50 4 33 2 17 0 1 0 2 0 18 7 136 14 0 150Pbannacists 2 2 15 12 5 9 8 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 31 24 0 55Physicians(Non-PostgrBdualc) 0 0 16 11 29 9 29 5 12 2 6 0 0 0 92 27 0 119Nuning ServicesLicaIscd PracticalN\IIllCS 0 0 2 16 5 47 1 37 0 19 0 0 0 3 8 122 0 130RegisteredNurses 0 15 7 160 11 194 1 125 1 43 0 10 0 1 20 S48 0 568LiccIIscd 0radua1c Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 5RegisteredPaychialrir;: Nurses 0 1 0 3 1 8 2 10 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 24 0 27Nulrilioll & Dielllry Se",ieesDietitians& Nutritiouista 0 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 9Psychologictd ServicesPaychologist5 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 6ReWilitalioll ServicesMassage11u:npists 0 1 0 5 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 11 0 130a:upati0DalTbcrapists 0 0 0 6 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 13Physical11u:npists 0 2 2 6 0 7 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 22 0 24TOTAL 26 44 142 286 131 334 90 199 24 68 9 10 20 46 442 9lI7 0 1,429Prq>DT<d""IIaoIlhU-~Ua1tThe UBhendIJ of BrII10h CoIamblaTable 42Health Region 16· North WestHealth Personnel by Place ofGraduation1994Place of Gnull1lldODSasIlBtdJewan &D.C. Alberta MImItoba 0uIarI0 OthuCmada CamIdaSubtotId Other CcMauh;y UnkDown TOTALIIr:aJlh G!'OUP _N__'lL__N__'lL__N__'lL__N__'lL__N__'lL__N__'lL__N__'lL__N__'lL__N__'lL_DellllllServicesCcl1ificdDcota1 Assi.sIants 61 82.43 3 4.05 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 1.35 65 87.84 9 12.16 0 0.00 74 100.00Dmtal Hygienists 10 40.00 5 20.00 3 12.00 3 12.00 1 4.00 22 88.00 3 12.00 0 0.00 25 100.00Dentists 12 29.27 11 26.83 1 2.44 1 2.44 2 4.88 27 6S.8S 14 34.15 0 0.00 41 100.00Mediad &: Tnfllnunl ServicesPbmmacUts 40 72.73 1 1.82 8 14.55 3 5.45 0 0.00 52 94.55 3 5.4S 0 0.00 55 100.00Physicians 20 16.81 15 12.61 5 4.20 25 21.01 12 10.08 77 64.71 42 35.29 0 0.00 119 100.00Nuni"g ServicesLiccDsed PracticalNIUSCI 74 56.92 9 6.92 13 10.00 14 10.77 7 5.38 117 90.00 4 3.08 9 6.92 130 100.00Rcgistacd Nurses 237 41.73 72 12.68 68 11.97 78 13.73 47 8.27 502 88.38 66 11.62 0 0.00 568 100.00Rcgiatcrcd Psychialric Nurses 17 62.96 2 7.41 5 18.52 0 0.00 0 0.00 24 88.89 1 3.70 2 7.41 27 100.00NuJriIio" &: Dietary Servit:esDictitiaDs &: Nutritionists 5 55.56 0 0.00 2 22.22 11.11 11.11 9 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 9 100.00PsyclwlogU:alServicesPlI)dIoIogists 16.67 16.67 0 0.00 16.67 0 0.00 3 50.00 3 50.00 0 0.00 6 100.00Relwbilikdio" Servit:esMauagc1lu:npists 5 38.46 0 0.00 0 0.00 6 46.15 0 0.00 11 84.62 0 0.00 2 15.38 13 100.00OccupaIioual'Ibmlpists 6 46.15 0 0.00 0 0.00 4 30.77 0 0.00 10 76.92 3 23.08 0 0.00 13 100.00Physical 'IbmIpists 9 37.50 1 4.17 2 8.33 2 8.33 1 4.17 15 62.50 8 33.33 1 4.17 24 100.00TOTAL 497 45.02 120 lU7 107 9.69 138 12.50 72 6.52 934 84.60 156 14.13 14 1.27 1,104 100.00PrqJaretl by:HallII lIaJuDa---UnItTbo Ualoon1lJ IJI. BrIt11b CoIumbla5859Table 43Health Region 17 - Peace River - LiardHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberpa- AIIIIIIIiINumber 10,000 Population Rateorg.-npIlealtbGroup 1m 1!»94 1993 1!»94 NlIiIIiIe? RatIo'Denial Servke.Ccl1ific:d Daltal Assistants 48 52 7.99 8.61 8.33 7.77DcnIa1 Hygicni!ts 9 11 1.50 1.82 • •DmtistB 14 18 2.33 2.98 28.57 27.90Medieal &: TreGlnumt Servke,Emcrgc:DCY MccIic:al Aasistants 107 116 17.82 19.22 9.21 8.59FUIItRespoadcm 43 64 7.16 10.60 54.32 53.44~ 22 24 3.66 3.98 7.74 7.26Physicians 59 56 9.83 9.28 -5.08 -5.58Nlll'ling Servke.LiceDsed PracticalNunes 114 107 18.98 17.73 -6.14 -6.63Regillercd Nurses 347 340 57.79 56.32 -2.02 -2.53LicaIaed 0radwItc Nunes 3 2 0.50 0.33 • •RcgistcRd Psychi&Irlc Nunes 22 2S 3.66 4.14 13.64 13.04Nutrition &: Dietary Servke,Dietitians &; Nutrilimista 5 6 0.83 0.99 • •Psyclwlogiul Servke,PsydIoIogiBts 2 2 0.33 0.33 • •Relulbilittzlion Servke,Musagc1bcrBpista 5 5 0.83 0.83 • •OccupaIi<XUl11bcrapiats 2 1 0.33 0.17 • •Physicallhcrapiats 21 21 3.50 3.48 0.00 -0.52TOTAL 823 850 137.05 140.81 3.28 1.74Ho,pittJlBethAl:utecare Beds 233 212 38.80 35.12 -9.01 -9.49Bxtmldcd carcBeds 114 95 15.65 15.74 1.06 0.54Basainets 39 39 6.49 6.46 0.00 -0.52RehabilitationBeds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 36ti 34Ii 60.95 57.32 -5.46 ·5.%COIlUllllrUt] Pluzrnuuie, 9 9 1.50 1.49 • •Populslion 60,050 60,365 Dla Dla 0.52 DIaI DateIof record differCer bealIhFoupL PleasereCer to !be IDIroductlcm Cor IpCc:ICic dala oC record Car each groIIp.1 Rate DC c:IIlmgo (in pcrctJI1) In1ho1IlIIIIbeI'.S Rate or c:bango (in pcram) In1hoIIIIJdler per10,000 popuIadoo.°lDd1catalhatthobaerertbcnleorc:bange IaI_ than 10.ola - Not AppUcable.PrrpantJby:BalthB_.......UDItThoUal .....l:r otBrilIoh CalamblaTable 44Health Region 17 - Peace River - LiardHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ ApUnImawD Suh&oIaI SexHaItbG!'oup _M__ 11' M __11'_ .2!- __11'__M__ 11' M __I1'__M__ 11' M __11'__M____11'_~~Denllll Service,Certified DentalAssistanu 0 6 0 20 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 52 0 52Dmtal HygiaIi5U 0 1 1 4 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 11Dentists 0 0 3 1 7 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 16 2 0 18Medietd &: Tretllmenl ServicesEmergcDCY Medical Aasistlmu 10 6 15 16 31 18 12 5 0 0 0 0 3 0 71 45 0 116FiratRcspoadClll 2 0 18 2 24 1 12 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 60 4 0 64Ph8!JDacists 0 1 5 2 4 3 5 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 16 8 0 24Physicians(NlD-PastgrBduate) 0 0 10 2 18 7 9 0 8 0 2 0 0 0 47 9 0 56Nursing ServicesLkaucdPractical Nunes 0 1 0 11 1 44 1 34 0 14 0 1 0 0 2 lOS 0 107RcgistcrcdNurses 0 13 4 102 3 112 0 77 0 26 0 3 0 0 7 333 0 340LiccDsed GraduateNunes 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2RegislcrcdPaychialricNunes 0 0 2 5 3 7 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 14 0 2SNuJriIion &: D"1IlrJ Servi&esDietitians& ND1litioDisls 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6PSJchological Servi&e,Ps)dIologists 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2ReWilillltion Servi&esMassage 'I1IlnpisII 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 50ccupati0DaI'Ihcrapists 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1Physical1bcrapisb 0 0 3 6 1 6 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 17 0 21TOTAL 12 21 63 179 93 211 49 126 14 42 3 4 5 21 239 611 0 8501'rqJtJnd111:B..llhm.-~UaIlThe UaI.....ty 01. BritJohCGlamblaTable 45Health Region 17 - Peace River - LiardHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Place of GnuluatlanSakatdI_&:D.C. AJbata ManItoba OJdarfo Other CIIIIada CamuIaSub&ot8l Other9Mmtry UnkDowD TOTALIIaI1tb Group N .. N .. N .. N .. N .. N .. N .. N .. N ..-------------------------------------Denkll ServicesCertifiedDc:otaI Assistants 47 90.38 3 5.77 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 50 96,15 2 3.85 0 0.00 52 100.00DcDta1 HygicnU15 2 18.18 2 18.18 1 9.09 1 9.09 1 9.09 7 63.64 4 36.36 0 0.00 11 100.00Dentists 2 11.11 6 33.33 3 16.67 1 5.56 3 16.67 15 83.33 3 16.67 0 0.00 18 100.00Medietzl & Tretllment ServicesPbannaclsts 19 79.17 3 12.50 1 4.17 0 0.00 0 0.00 23 95.83 1 4.17 0 0.00 24 100.00Pbysicisua 8 14.29 8 14.29 0 0.00 5 8.93 2 3.57 23 41.07 33 58.93 0 0.00 56 100.00Nuning ServicesLicaucd Pmctical Nurses 53 49.53 25 23.36 8 7.48 9 8.41 6 5.61 101 94.39 3 2.80 3 2.80 107 100.00Registl:r'cd Nurses 118 34.71 78 22.94 60 17.65 30 8.82 28 8.24 314 92.35 26 7.65 0 0.00 340 100.00RegisteredPIychialric Nurses 7 28.00 5 20.00 10 40.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 22 88.00 1 4.00 · 2 8.00 25 100.00Nutrition & Dietary Se,..,icesDietitians&: Nutritionists 0 0.00 16.67 3 50.00 16.67 0 0.00 5 83.33 0 0.00 16.67 6 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologists 1 50.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 50.00 2 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 100.00Rehpbililation ServicesMusagc'I1unpistl 5 100.00 0 0.00 .0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 100.000a:uplIli0ual'I1H:rapim 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 100.00 0 0.00 1 100.00Phyaical 'IbcI1Ipists 4 19.05 2 9.52 1 4.76 3 14.29 1 4.76 11 52.38 10 47.62 0 0.00 21 100.00TOTAL 266 39.12 133 19.111 87 13.02 50 7.49 42 6.29 578 86.53 84 12.57 6 O.!IO 661 100.00PrqJordby:IIaIIh llama IlaaarcMUall'l'be Ual"'"'l7 ol lll'ltlab CoIIlmbia62Table 46Health Region 18 • Northern InteriorHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberper AuouIINumber 10.000 PopulaUOD RateofOwJpBalJthGroUP 1993 1994 1993 1994 NIiiiilC? RaUo'De"'" Service.Q:rtificd Dallal Aasistanta 187 204 15.71 16.82 9.09 7.04Dcatal HyglCllilta 44 47 3.70 3.87 6.82 4.81Daltista 52 51 4.37 4.20 -1.92 -3.77Me,"", &: TntlllMnl ServicesEmClJmcy MecIicaI Aasistanta 178 177 14.95 14.59 -0.61 -2.65FntRCIpOIlclerll 109 187 !J.l6 15.41 80.19 76.49l'IIamuK:iIta 52 55 4.37 4.53 4.93 3.23PhyliciaDa 169 171 14.20 14.10 1.18 -0.72Nursing ServicesLiceDacd PnK:tical NImICI 175 159 14.70 13.11 -9.14 -10.85Rcglstacd Nunes 88S 906 74.35 74.68 2.37 0.44LiceDacd GraduaIcN1UIICII 3 4 0.25 0.33 • •Rcglstacd PaychilllricN1UIICII 27 26 2.27 2.14 -3.70 -5.52NIIIriJioIl &: Dklllry ServicesDictitiaDa &; Nutritillllista 12 12 1.01 0.99 0.00 -1.88Pl}chologklJl ServicesPsychologiata 9 10 0.76 0.82 • •RelulbilittJlion ServicesMasalIgc'I'hcrBpi5ta 6 7 0.50 0.58 • •OccupaliODll1 Thc:npilta 11 13 0.92 1.07 18.18 15.96PhyaicalThc:npilta 49 49 4.12 4.04 0.00 -1.88TOTAL 1.968 2,078 165.34 171.29 5.59 3.60Ho.piUd Beds~CamBeds 381 349 32.01 28.77 -8.40 -10.12Bxtalded CareBeds 80 80 6.72 6.59 0.00 -1.88BassiDda 38 62 3.19 5.11 63.16 60.08Rehabilitation Bcda 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 499 491 41.92 40.47 ·1.60 -3.46eo""""niIy PIuumtU:k. 18 18 1.51 1.48 0.00 -1.62PopriltJJioll 119,030 121,315 rJIa rJIa 1.92 DlaIom. atrecord clift... torbeaIlh 8JOllPL P1_ reC... to tbDIIltroducdOll CorlIpCC!fic cIatea oCrecord Cor eKb 1flIlIP.2 Rmoof chango(Inpon:om) In lho nwnber., Rmoof chaDso (Inpon:om) In tbDnwnberper 10,000 popuJatioa.• IndIc:a!lllIIhat tbDba80 Cor tbDnile oC cbango Is lea than 10.nla - NotAppJk:ab1e.1'rq»ndby:IIaiIlbB_....... tlD/l'lbe Ualnnll:r orBrtliob CalamIa63Table 47Health Region 18 • Northern InteriorHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Agel1DIIDowD SubCobIl SexBmlthGroup M F _M__ F _M____F_ M F _M____F__M__ F _M____F__M__ F ~ ....!!!!!L---De1lllll ServieesCcnified Dental Assistants 0 34 0 60 0 24 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8S 0 204 0 204Dental Hygienists 0 6 0 29 0 8 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 47 0 47Dentists 0 0 9 4 15 4 14 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 43 8 0 51Medical& TretllllU!nt ServieesEmc:rgcocy Medical Assistants 13 8 55 16 47 13 12 5 3 3 0 0 1 1 131 46 0 177FirlJtRespondcrB 6 1 53 6 61 7 27 5 6 1 0 0 14 0 167 20 0 187PIuamacists 2 4 9 12 7 4 8 2 3 1 2 0 0 1 31 24 0 55Physicians(Noo-Postgmduatc) 0 0 17 12 53 13 44 1 16 2 10 0 3 0 143 28 0 171Nuning ServicesLiccascdPnK:tical NurliClI 0 2 0 14 0 69 2 52 0 19 0 0 0 1 2 157 0 159RegisteredNIIrICS 0 46 8 222 11 329 1 217 1 66 0 4 0 1 21 88S 0 906Licc:Dscd OrlKluatc NIIrICS 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4RegisteredPs)'ChiaIric Nurses 0 0 2 4 0 6 0 11 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 23 0 26NulriIio" & Didluy Sertlu:esDietitians & NulritioDists 0 0 0 3 0 5 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 12Psychological ServieesPsychologists 0 0 0 3 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2 0 10Relulhilitlllio"ServicesMMsagc Thrrapists 0 0 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 70a:upati0nal'IhcrBpiats 0 1 0 5 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 12 0 13PhyaicalTherapists 1 3 6 10 0 17 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 1 7 42 0 49TOTAL 22 195 161 3!18 1" SOli 115 315 33 95 14 4 IS 901 561 1,517 0 2,07BPrqJtJndby:Haith1Iam8D~Un1tTh. Ualwnll.J 01. BrllIsb CoIambIaTable 48Health Region 18 • Northern InteriorHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PWz otGraduaUonSaIkatc:hewan "D.C. AJbata Manltoba Olano 00- C8IIIIda Camada Sabt.otal 0Iber 0!uD!z:1 UDkDowD TOTALlUaItb Group _N__"'__N__'3(,____N__'3(,__N__'3(,__N__'3(,__N__'3(,__N__'3(,__N__'3(,__N__"'_Denltll Servi&esCcrlificd Dental Asaiatmts 200 98.04 2 0.98 2 0.98 0 0.00 0 0.00 204 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 204 100.00DClltal HygieniJts 37 78.72 3 6.38 1 2.13 1 2.13 0 0.00 42 89.36 5 10.64 0 0.00 47 100.00Dentists 25 49.02 5 9.80 1 1.96 5 9.80 4 7.84 40 78.43 11 21.57 0 0.00 51 100.00Medictd & TreatllU!nl SerrieesPharmacists 40 72.73 3 5.45 9 16.36 0 0.00 0 0.00 52 94.55 3 5.45 0 0.00 55 100.00PhysiciaDs 36 21.05 19 11.11 10 5.85 15 8.77 9 5.26 89 52.05 82 47.95 0 0.00 171 100.00Nursing SerrieesLiccmcd PrIIctical N1IDCII 108 67.92 13 8.18 16 10.06 10 6.29 4 2.52 151 94.97 5 3.14 3 1.89 159 100.00Rcgi&lczcd Nuracs S44 60.04 81 8.94 76 8.39 71 7.84 53 5.85 825 91.06 81 8.94 0 0.00 906 100.00Rcgi.slcml. Psychialric Nurses 15 57.69 1 3.85 5 19.23 0 0.00 0 0.00 21 80.77 2 7.69 3 11.54 26 100.00Nutrition & Dklllry SerllicesDietitians" Nutritiouists 4 33.33 3 25.00 0 0.00 2 16.67 3 25.00 12 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 12 100.00Psyclwlogictd ServicesPsychologists 3 30.00 10.00 0 0.00 2 20.00 0 0.00 6 60.00 4 40.00 0 0.00 10 100.00ReWilikdion ServicesMauegc Thc:npists 4 57.14 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 42.86 0 0.00 7 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 7 100.000c:cupaIi0nal 'Ibcrapi.rt1 6 46.15 4 30.77 0 0.00 1 7.69 0 0.00 11 84.62 1 7.69 1 7.69 13 100.00Physical Thczapists 21 42.86 6 12.24 3 6.12 2 4.08 3 6.12 35 71.43 13 26.53 1 2.04 49 100.00TOTAL 1,043 110.99 141 8.25 123 7.19 112 6.55 76 4.44 1,495 87.43 207 12.11 8 0.47 1,710 100.00PrqJ<Jnd b,:HaIth H_ ..........Ualln.UaI..mlJ afBrl Illlo Calambla66Table 49Health Region 20 - VancouverHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberper AmJwIINumber 10.000 Population Rate of ChmseIJaItb Group 1993 1994 11193 1994 NliIDbeI' JbdIo'Delll41Service,Certified DmtalAasiatanIB 361 372 7.20 7.28 3.05 1.11Dental Hygicoists 211 217 4.21 4.25 2.84 0.91Dallists 547 577 10.91 11.29 5.48 3.51Metlktd cI: Treatment ServicesEmc::rgc:ncy Medical AMiBtaDtII 195 205 3.89 4.01 5.61 3.45First Respcodcra 462 457 9.21 8.94 -1.18 -3.20PbamJ.:ists 633 644 12.63 12.60 1.49 -0.15Physicians 2,976 2,956 5936 57.85 -0.67 -2.54Nursing ServicesLicc:Dsed Pr-=1ica1 Nurses 995 882 19.84 17.26 -11.36 -13.02RcgiBtcIM Nunca 7,650 7,526 152.58 147.29 -1.62 -3.47Licc:Dsed 0nIdwdc N1IIBC8 169 157 3.37 3.07 -7.10 -8.84RcgiBtt:rcd PsyehiatrK; N1IIBC8 275 279 5.48 5.46 1.45 -0.45Nutrilioll &:Didary Service,DiditiaDa&: Nulrltioaists 229 233 4.57 4.56 1.75 -0.16PSJclwlogk41 ServicesPsychologists 269 273 537 5.34 1.49 -0.42RelwbilitaJioll ServicesMassage 'Ibc:rapists 223 232 4.45 4.54 4.04 2.08Occ:upaliOD8lThcnpists 259 267 5.17 5.23 3.09 1.16PhyaicalThenpists 539 530 10.75 103 7 -1.67 -3.51TOTAL 15,993 15,807 318.98 309.35 -1.16 03.02HospiJGl BethAcute CareBeds 2,794 2,406 55.73 47.09 -13.89 ·15.501lmDdlld Care Bedl 1,778 1,701 35.46 33.29 -4.33 -6.13BasaiDda 119 129 2.37 2.52 8.40 6.37Rehabilitation BccIs 271 242 5.41 4.74 -10.70 -12.38TOTAL BEDS 4,962 4,478 98.97 87.64 -9.75 .11.45Community Pluunuu:ies 121 124 2.41 2.43 2.12 0.48Popultdioll 501,386 510,971 ala ala 1.91 alaI Do1aI of raxrd dlfCa' forhcaIlh810UPL P1Cl11le refa' to the IIIlroducliOl1 far IpCCifIc datc8 of raxrd for c:lICh Sl'llI1p.ZRIte of c:bIIlge (Inpa'CCIIt) Indie nuuilcr.• RIte ofcbanae (lnpa'CCllt) Intbenuuilcrpa' 10,000popuIallon.nIa- NotAppIlcabIe.~/Jy:IkoIIhB_a--UDI&11M:UDl.....IJ olBrllIIIh Call1D1b1a67Table SOHealth Region 20 - VancooverHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 3S-44 45-S4 55-64 65+ ApUDlmown SahtDtIl Sa:IIe8Ifh Group _M____F_ M F M F M F M F M F M F M __F_~ -1!!!L--- --- --- --- ---Denlill SeTl'ieesCertified Dental Assistants 0 56 1 154 1 40 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 113 2 368 2 372Dcatal Hygienists 1 5 5 121 1 49 0 12 0 2 0 0 1 20 8 209 0 217Dentists 0 0 66 36 136 39 129 13 60 6 39 1 0 0 430 95 0 525Medktd & TretllmeDt SeTl'ieesEmc:rgcocy Medical Assistants 2 2 76 10 75 10 27 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 181 24 0 205First RcspaJdca 17 0 125 2 166 1 99 0 28 0 0 0 18 1 453 4 0 457Pharmacists 15 14 82 156 97 128 47 55 14 8 16 4 5 3 276 368 0 644PhysiciaDs (N1lIl-Postgmduate) 0 0 230 165 511 277 486 142 303 54 182 21 6 2 1,718 661 0 2,379Nursing SeTl'ieesLiccmedPractical Nurses 2 34 22 135 39 219 58 233 17 84 1 11 4 23 143 739 0 882Registered Nurses 12 198 109 2,231 101 2,320 68 1,699 15 693 0 72 0 8 305 7,221 0 7,526Licensed Graduate Nurses 0 0 0 6 2 68 0 67 0 11 0 2 0 1 2 155 0 157RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 7 11 61 21 70 18 51 12 20 0 1 O. 7 62 217 0 279Nulrition & Dielilry SerJ1ieesDictitiaDs &; Nutritionists 0 5 1 80 0 90 0 22 0 16 0 2 1 16 2 231 0 233Psyclwlogktd SeTl'ieesP8>'chologists 0 0 4 11 31 38 71 72 15 18 6 7 0 0 127 146 0 273ReWilitlltion ServieesMassage Tha:apists 0 4 30 64 26 64 8 23 2 1 0 1 2 7 68 164 0 2320a:upati0Dal Therapists 0 7 15 87 3 94 0 46 0 13 0 0 0 3 18 250 0 268Physical'Ibcrapists 3 11 39 163 14 140 9 99 2 25 1 5 3 16 71 459 0 530TOTAL 52 343 816 3.482 1,224 3,647 1,020 2,541 469 951 245 127 40 no 3,866 11,311 2 15,179Prqantll1y:BooIlh IIamlm ........UII11n.UII1-.1lJ 01BrIl10hCoIambiaTableSlHealth Regi«;Jn 20 - VancouverHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PIluleOrGradwdiODSalIIuddlCWIIII Ie:D.C. Alberta MJmItoba Onbuto OtherCmada Canada Subtotal Other C'Alwdr;y UnImowD TOTALIIaJth Group _N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__...__N__..._DenbllServicesCcdified Dcutal AssistaD18 334 89.78 14 3.76 3 0.81 1 0.27 1 0.27 353 94.89 19 5.11 0 0.00 372 100.00Dmtal Hygicaists 101 46.54 21 9.68 16 7.37 27 12.44 26 11.98 191 88.02 26 11.98 0 0.00 217 100.00Dentists 203 35.18 57 9.88 53 9.19 61 10.57 72 12.48 446 77.30 130 22.53 1 0.17 577 100.00MedieDl & Tnatmenl ServicesPhazmacislB 506 78.57 25 3.88 31 4.81 16 2.48 8 1.24 586 90.99 53 8.23 5 0.78 644 100.00Fhyaicilllla 803 27.17 289 9.78 232 7.85 484 16.37 282 9.54 2.090 70.70 866 29.30 0 0.00 2.956 100.00Nursing SuvicesLicensedPractical Numcs 520 58.96 37 4.20 61 6.92 60 6.80 30 3.40 708 80.27 135 15.31 39 4.42 882 100.00RcgistCl'Cd Nurses 3,641 48.38 440 5.85 464 6.17 818 10.87 495 6.58 5,858 77.84 1.667 22.15 1 0.01 7.526 100.00RegisteredPsychialricNurses 180 64..52 8 2.87 27 9.68 0 0.00 0 0.00 215 77.06 32 11.47 32 11.47 279 100.00Nutrition & Dieltlry Servioe«Dietitians& Nutritionists 120 51.50 16 6.87 19 8.l5 33 14.16 27 11.59 215 92.27 16 6.87 2 0.86 233 100.00PsycluilogieDl ServicesPa)'Chologista 97 35.53 25 9.16 15 5.49 43 15.75 13 4.76 193 70.70 80 29.30 0 0.00 273 100.00Re1uJbilillltionServicesMaslagcThc:npist.s 152 65.52 0 0.00 2 0.86 64 27.59 0 0.00 218 93.97 4 1.72 10 4.31 232 100.00OccupaDoual'Ibcrapis18 102 38.06 12 4.48 11 4.10 37 13.81 24 8.96 186 69.40 80 29.85 2 0.75 268 100.00Fhysical1bcrapists 145 27.36 25 4.72 23 4.34 55 10.38 40 U5 288 54.34 233 43.96 9 1.70 530 100.00TOTAL 6,904 46.06 969 6.46 957 6.38 1,699 11.33 1,018 6.79 11,547 77.04 3,341 12.29 101 0.67 14,989 100.001'nptznJ1Jy:H..th IlamoDa-.....UDIIThe UDI....1701. Brlllob Colambla70Table 52Health Region 30 • BurnabyHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberpel' ADIIUIIINIIIIIber 10.000Population RateorChmgeBmlthGroup 1993 1994 1993 1994 NiIiIIiIa' RatIo'Denial Servke.CertifiedDcnt8l Assistants 155 158 9.19 9.20 1.94 0.14DentalHygicaista 50 56 2.96 3.26 12.00 10.02Dcntilta 106 115 6.28 6.69 8.49 6.58Metlktd & 7'retUIIUIIII Servke.EmergCIICY MedicalAaaistaats 12 15 0.71 0.87 27.56 25.11Fast RcspoIIdc::m 203 223 12.03 12.98 10.79 8.66l'IIanna:ista 137 137 8.12 7.98 0.00 -1.51PhylliciaDa 235 236 13.93 13.74 0.43 -1.35Nuning ServkesLiceDsed PmctX:al NIIlBC& 109 128 6.46 7.45 17.43 15.36Regiatcrcd NlIDCS 1,104 1,IOS 65.42 64.33 0.09 -1.68Licaucd Graatu* NIIlBC& 45 46 2.67 2.68 2.22 0.42RegistcndPsyc:hialric Nunes 174 179 10.31 ID.42 2.87 1.06NuIriJio" & Dkkzr] &rvke.DictilillllJ ell: NutDtiODillt& 33 34 1.96 1.98 3.03 1.21Psychologiesl ServkesPsychologists 51 56 3.02 3.26 9.80 7.87ReWiliItUio" Servke.MusagcThempista 30 34 1.78 1.98 13.33 11.33Occupslical1 Thcnpista 22 23 1.30 1.34 4.55 2.70PhyUcalThrnpista 72 75 4.27 4.37 4.17 2.33TOTAL 2,538 2,620 150.40 152.52 3.13 1.41Hospilld BeaAaI1D care Dais 386 281 22.87 16.36 -27.20 -28.49Bxtalded Can!Dais 488 472 28.92 27.48 -3.28 -4.99Bassineta 35 35 2.07 2.04 0.00 -1.76Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 909 788 53.87 45.87 -13.31 -14.84CoIIUtIIUIiIy PhtJntuu:k. 30 32 1.78 1.86 5.69 4.09PopultJlio" 168,751 171,782 d. d. 1.80 JJIaI Datal of reconl dlCCtI' CorbeaItb8JOIIlIL P1Cl111C !'C(tI' to tbo IDIroducdcm (or IIpCCitlc datel o( rec:onI for each IlJOUp.1 Rateo( dlaDao(In pCI'OaIt) In tbo number.s Rate o( cbaDao (In porcal1) In tbo numberper 10,000popuIadcm.• IDdIcatea that tho base (or tbo rate o( dIaDgoIs1_than 10.DI.- NotApplicable.l'rrpturd 11y:IIe8IIhH..-..»-r...UDII11leU.Io""11 ofBrlllob Cdamhla71Table 53Health Region 30 - BornabyHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-'4 65+ AI!! 1JDImOWD SuhtotaI SaIImJth Group _M__ , M , M __' __M____F__M____' __M____F__M____F__M____F_ .!!!!!!!!!!!!! ....!!!!!LDental ServicesCertified Dental Assistants 0 21 0 66 0 13 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 56 0 157 1 158Dental HygicnistB 0 10 1 27 0 13 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 55 0 56Dentists 1 0 21 13 21 8 26 2 20 1 2 0 0 0 91 24 0 115Medktd & Tretllmenl ServieesEmcrgcocyMedicalAssistants 0 0 6 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 1 0 15First Rcspaodcrs 4 0 39 2 94 0 76 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 221 2 0 223Pharmacists 4 7 10 34 17 27 11 8 9 2 4 1 1 2 56 81 0 137Physicians(NOll-Postgraduate) 0 0 22 26 53 27 47 10 30 4 13 2 1 0 166 69 0 235Nursing ServieesLicaIscd Practical Nurses 0 9 4 26 5 42 1 32 0 9 0 0 0 0 10 118 0 128RegistClcdNurses 0 31 12 251 14 331 11 299 0 138 0 18 0 0 37 1,068 0 1,105Lia:Dscd Graduate Nurses 0 0 1 5 0 18 0 18 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 45 0 46Rc:giItcrcd Psychiatric Nurses 1 2 4 48 11 35 18 37 6 11 1 1 2 2 43 136 0 179Nutrition & DietaryServicesDictitUms &: Nutritionists 0 2 0 14 0 10 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 34 0 34PsycluJlogicIIlServieesPsychologists 0 0 2 1 7 10 10 10 8 6 0 0 28 28 0 56Relulbilillllion ServieesMasaegc'Ihrzapists 2 0 5 7 3 10 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 13 21 0 34OccIlpldiOllll1 Therapists 0 0 0 8 0 9 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 23 0 23Physical'Ibcrapists 0 3 5 22 8 17 3 11 0 5 0 0 1 0 17 58 0 75TOTAL 12 85 132 551 240 570 206 440 81 183 22 23 5 fi8 6!18 1,920 1 2,619PnpDretll>y:Health IIJuuD Ileaoa1'ces UnitThe UnI.....1Jof BrII10h CoIambiaTable 54Health Region 30 - BurnabyHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994P1IIce of GnuluationSa*atchewIm &:B.C. AIbata MaDltoba ODIarlo Other Clmada Clmada Subto1aI 0Iber Coua!;ry l1DImlnm TOTALHmlthGroup _N__"__N__"__N__"____N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"__N__"_Denlill ServieesCcdificdDental Assislants 147 93.04 6 3.80 0 0.00 1 0.63 1 0.63 155 98.10 3 1.90 0 0.00 158 100.00Dc:ntal Hygienists 24 42.86 3 5.36 4 7.14 4 7.14 7 12.50 42 75.00 14 25.00 0 0.00 56 100.00Dentists 41 35.65 14 12.17 8 6.96 9 7.83 16 13.91 88 76.52 27 23.48 0 0.00 115 100.00Medical &: Tretltment ServieesPhmnacists 113 82.48 1 0.73 4 2.92 1 0.73 2 1.46 121 88.32 15 10.95 1 0.73 137 100.00PhysiciaDs 79 33.47 26 11.02 17 7.20 34 14.41 17 7.20 173 73.31 63 26.69 0 0.00 236 100.00Nursing ServieesLicc:nscdPracticalNurses 84 65.63 8 6.25 6 4.69 12 9.38 0 0.00 110 85.94 14 10.94 4 3.13 128 100.00Rcgistm:d Nurses 565 51.13 65 5.88 74 6.70 93 8.42 60 5.43 857 77.56 247 22.35 1 0.09 i.ios 100.00Rcgistr:rcd Ps)'Chiatric Nurses 129 72.07 4 2.23 15 8.38 0 0.00 0 0.00 148 82.68 20 11.17 11 6.15 179 100.00Nutrition &: Dietary ServicesDielitiaDs & Nutritiouists 17 50.00 4 11.76 3 8.82 3 8.82 4 11.76 31 91.18 3 8.82 0 0.00 34 100.00Psychological ServieesPs)'Chologists 31 55.36 2 3.57 1.79 6 10.71 4 7.14 44 78.57 12 21.43 0 0.00 56 100.00Relwbililtdion ServieesMMsegc1ba:apists 29 85.29 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 8.82 0 0.00 32 94.12 2 5.88 0 0.00 34 100.000a:upali0IIlIl1bcrapists 11 47.83 0 0.00 2 8.70 2 8.70 2 8.70 17 73.91 6 26.09 0 0.00 23 100.00Physiall Therapists 20 26.67 3 4.00 3 4.00 10 13.33 10 13.33 46 61.33 27 36.00 2 2.67 75 100.00TOTAL 1,200 55.22 136 5.82 137 5.86 178 7.62 123 5.27 1,864 79.79 453 19.39 19 0.81 2,336 100.00PrqNJntl by:BotlItb JIumaD~UallThe Ualftftll1 afBrlllob CoIambla74Table SSHealth Region 40 • North ShoreHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941NIIIIlber per AmwaINIIIIIber 10,000 Population Rateof ChImpHraJtb Group 1993 1994 1993 1994 NIIIIIbe? RatIo'Denllli Service,CertifiedDallal AsaiataDta 168 168 10.04 9.88 0.00 -1.60Dental HygiCllista 115 113 6.87 6.64 -1.74 -3.31DmtisU 143 146 8.55 8.58 2.10 0.46Medkal & Tretllmelll Se",iee,EmagaICY Mcdica1 Aamtants 71 76 4.24 4.47 7.71 5.82FUBtRespondcIB 258 284 15.42 16.70 11.04 9.10PlwmlK:iIlts 131 138 7.83 8.11 4.56 3.12Physiciana 375 364 22.41 21.40 -2.93 -4.49Nuning Service,LiceDscd Pnctical NUDeS 137 131 8.19 7.70 -4.38 -5.91Rcgisleml Nurses 1,271 1,267 75.95 74.50 ~.31 -1.91LicaIacd 0nIduatc N1lDC8 48 48 2.87 2.82 0.00 -1.60Rcgisleml PsycbiaIrlc: Nunscs 63 67 3.76 3.94 6.35 4.64Nutrition & Dietllry Service,Dictitilma & NulritiDDista 43 42 2.57 2.47 -2.33 -3.89hyclwlogieal ServicelPsychologilts 40 4S 2.39 2.65 12.50 10.70RelulbililDtionServicesMu8agc Tbcrapists 49 61 2.93 3.59 24.49 22.49Occupatimal'Ihcnpillts 45 35 2.69 2.06 -22.22 -23.47Physical1hcrapillts 103 107 6.16 6.29 3.88 2.22TOTAL 3,060 3,092 182.86 181.81 1.05 .().51Hospwl BethAalle Care Beds 401 377 23.96 22.17 -5.99 -7.49BmIxIed CarcBeds 319 319 19.06 18.76 0.00 -1.60Busincts 28 36 1.67 2.12 28.57 26.51Rehabilitslion Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 748 732 44.70 43.04 -2.14 -3.71Co"."",1Jity PluJrnuuie, 27 29 1.61 1.71 6.32 4.85PopulDlion 167,342 170,069 D/a D/a 1.63 D/aI DItaI d. record dlUerfar balIh groups. Pleasereferto thlllDlroclucllon far &pedflc data of rcoordfar eaa:h group.• Rateof c:haDge (Inpc:rcal1) Inthe lIIIIIiler., Rateof change(In pc:rcal1) Inthe lIIIIIiler per10,000popuIatIoo.• IndIcatal tba1 thll bale far thllrale of dIange IIII. than 10.nil - NotAppllcable.Pnparrdhy:B..llhB_a-u-UaltThoUalnnllJ at BrllUh Calamhla75Table 56Health Region 40 - North ShoreHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<15 15-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65 + ApUDkuowD Sabt.otal SexHealth Group _M____F__M____F_ M __F__M____F_ M F M __F_ M __F_ ---M....- __F_~ ToalDellllll ServicesCertified Dcatal AssislaD15 0 14 0 59 0 17 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 74 0 167 1 168DentalHygienists 0 3 0 34 0 42 0 16 0 2 0 0 0 16 0 113 0 113Dentis15 0 0 18 8 35 17 28 1 25 2 5 0 1 0 112 28 0 140Medietd & Tretltmellt ServicesEmcrgmcy MedicalAssUtan15 1 2 26 7 22 5 10 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 60 16 0 76FIl5tRc8paadcra 3 0 64 1 120 1 81 0 7 0 0 0 7 0 282 2 0 284Pbannecists 1 1 10 33 23 20 11 11 13 7 4 1 0 3 62 76 0 138Physiciana (NOII-POlItgrlKluarc) 0 0 28 34 66 31 66 18 64 6 44 5 0 0 268 94 0 362Nursing ServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 0 0 0 25 2 50 3 31 0 15 0 0 1 4 6 125 0 131RcgisU=INm:1lCS 0 20 5 236 4 357 5 389 0 224 0 25 1 1 15 1,252 0 1,267Liccnscd Oraduarc Nm:scs 0 0 0 3 1 25 0 14 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 47 0 48Rcgistm'cdPs}'Chialric NUl'IC5 0 4 0 20 6 19 0 7 2 6 0 0 0 3 8 59 0 67Nutrition & DklllrJ ServicesDiclitiaDs & NulrilioDists 0 0 10 0 14 0 12 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 42 0 42Psychologietd ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 4 3 12 12 7 3 1 2 0 0 24 21 0 45ReluJbililtltion ServicesMassage'IbcrapistI 1 4 7 22 5 11 2 4 1 3 1 0 0 0 17 44 0 61Occupatiooal1'hcrlpiaU 0 0 0 14 0 12 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 3S 0 35Phyaical 'Ibcrapi.sts 1 0 4 23 6 31 1 21 1 14 0 1 0 4 13 94 0 107TOTAL 7 49 162 530 294 655 21' 547 121 292 55 34 10 108 868 2,215 1 3,084l'TepondII]:B..1hJIamom~Ualtn.UDI....t' . rBrllIdoColombiaTableS7Health Region 40 - North ShoreHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Place of GraduationSalludcbewllll &:D.C. Alberta MmItoba OuIarlo 0thr:I' e-da CImadaStmtotBl 0Ibcr Co!!!1t2 t1DImowD TOTALHcaItb Group _N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,____N__'l(,__N__'l(,_Denlill Service,Ccrtificel Dental Assistllllll 156 92.86 6 3.57 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 162 96.43 5 2.98 1 0.60 168 100.00Dmtal Hygicnisll 46 40.71 12 10.62 11 9.73 18 15.93 10 8.85 97 85.84 16 14.16 0 0.00 113 100.00Dentists 50 34.25 37 25.34 16 10.96 15 10.27 11 7.53 129 88.36 17 11.64 0 0.00 146 100.00Metliul & Treatment ServieesPhamIacisls 120 86.96 5 3.62 5 3.62 2 1.45 1 0.72 133 96.38 5 3.62 0 0.00 138 100.00Physicians 112 30.77 49 13.46 21 5.77 67 18.41 24 6.59 273 75.00 91 25.00 0 0.00 364 100.00Nursing ServieesLicc:osed Practical Nuaca 103 78.63 4 3.05 7 5.34 4 3.05 3 2.29 121 92.37 8 6.11 2 1.53 131 100.00Registc:n:d Nurses 598 47.20 82 6.47 103 8.13 174 13.73 82 6.47 1,039 82.00 226 17.84 2 0.16 1,267 100.00Rcgislm:d PsychiatricNurses 50 74.63 2 2.99 7 10.45 0 0.00 0 0.00 59 88.06 1 1.49 7 10.45 67 100.00Nutrition & Dieltlr] Serviee«Dietitians&; NutritiODisls 18 42.86 5 11.90 4 9.52 5 11.90 6 14.29 38 90.48 4 9.52 0 0.00 42 100.00Psyclwlogictd ServieesPsychol~ 15 33.33 6 13.33 2.22 6 13.33 3 6.67 31 68.89 14 31.11 0 0.00 45 100.00Relwbilit4tion ServieesMlMegcThcrapim 38 62.30 0 0.00 0 0.00 22 36.07 0 0.00 60 98.36 1 1.64 0 0.00 61 100.00Oa:upatioDall1u:Dlpists 13 37.14 3 8.57 1 2.86 8 22.86 1 2.86 26 74.29 9 25.71 0 0.00 35 100.00Physical1bcrapisll 16 14.95 2 1.87 10 9.35 13 12.15 6 5.61 47 43.93 55 51.40 5 4.67 107 100.00TOTAL 1,335 49.74 213 7.94 186 6.93 334 12.44 147 5.48 2,215 82.53 452 16.84 17 0.63 2,684 100.00I'rqKJnd b7:Ballh IImuaD IbocarcdUnllThe UDlftnllJ ol BrllIohCoIambla78Table 58Health Region 50 • RichmondHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941Numberper' ADIJUIIINumber 10,000 Population Rate01. ClangeHmlthGroup 1993 1994 1993 1994 NIIIDileI' Rallo'DenItJlSert'kesCc:rtified DentalAssistants 145 151 10.76 10.86 4.14 0.98Da1tal H)'BicnisU 54 59 4.01 4.24 9.26 5.94Dentists 90 94 6.68 6.76 4.44 1.27Medietd & Treatment ServicesEmcrgCIICY MedicalAssistants 40 37 2.97 2.66 -U5 -11.19F"1DIt Respoodcm 175 195 12.98 14.03 12.53 8.81PbamlaciBta 104 117 7.72 8.42 10.62 7.74Phyaiciaoa 253 263 18.77 18.92 3.95 0.80Nursing ServicesLiceDsedPractical NUDCS 121 123 8.98 8.85 1.65 -1.43RcgiIlercd NIIDIC& 653 712 48.45 51.23 9.04 5.72LiccII!cd Graduate NuDes 18 16 1.34 1.15 -11.11 -13.81Rcgistcml PsychiaIric NuDes 29 31 2.15 2.23 6.90 3.65NutriJion & Dietu] Sert'kesDic:tililma & NlIlriticnists 15 14 1.11 1.01 -6.67 -9.50PsycluJlogielllSert'kesPsydlologisla 27 30 2.00 2.16 11.11 7.74Relulbililtdion Sert'kesMassage 1brDpists 17 19 1.26 1.37 11.76 8.37Occ:upaliaoa1ThcnpiBta 34 44 2.52 3.17 29.41 25.48PhysicalThcnpiBta lOS 102 7.79 7.34 -2.86 -5.81TOTAL 1,880 2,007 139.49 144.40 6.76 3.51HospiIDlBedsAculD CareBeds 189 189 14.02 13.60 0.00 -3.04BxlDDdcd CareBeds 143 106 10.61 7.63 -25.87 -28.13Bassinets 29 29 2.15 2.09 0.00 -3.04Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 361 324 26.79 23.31 -10.25 -12.97ColtU7Wnity Pluumades 19 21 1.41 1.51 8.96 6.11Popultuion 134,Tn 138,993 DIa ula 3.13 ulaI Data of record dlffa' forhcaIIh8J01IPL Pleaserefa' to theInttoductlOl1 for &peeIfIc dalmofrecordfor each group.2 Rate of c:bange (Inpcrcalt) In theDIIIDbcr., Rate of cbaDge (Inpcn:mt) InthelIWIlbcr per10,000populadon.·1DdIca1lll !bat the bale for thenIe of c:baIIge Is lea than 10.nla - NotApplicable.I'rqJand !Iy,Be.lthB_a-..-UaIlTheUnl.....IJ olBrIlIoh CoIambla79Table 59Health Region 50 • RichmondHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgelJDlmown Subtotal SaIIcaIth Group _M____F__M____F_ M F _M____F__M____F__M____F__M____F__M____F_ UDImown .....!!!!!LDmIld ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 16 0 62 0 12 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 58 0 151 0 151DentalHygicnistB 0 2 0 21 1 19 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 58 0 59Dentists 0 0 12 7 24 7 34 3 5 0 2 0 0 0 77 17 0 94Medietd &: Tretltment Se1'VieesEmergeocy MedicalAssistants 1 0 10 6 13 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 30 7 0 37FiJIItRcspoodcu 4 0 47 1 71) 1 63 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 193 2 0 195PhannllCists 8 3 11 18 20 28 12 8 4 2 2 0 1 0 58 59 0 117Physicians(Ncn-P~uate) 0 0 24 23 62 27 58 14 36 3 15 1 0 0 195 68 0 263Nursing Se1'VieesLic:aucd Practical N1IIBC8 0 5 5 23 6 32 2 38 0 8 0 3 0 1 13 110 0 123RcgiBtacd Nurses 0 20 7 129 5 223 0 236 0 80 0 9 0 3 12 700 0 712LiI:eDsccl GraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 5 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 16RcgislcrcdPs)dUalric Nurses 0 0 1 9 0 5 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 2S 0 31NuJriIiDn &: Dkltlry ServicesDietitians & Nutritionists 0 1 0 3 0 6 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 14Psyclw1ogit:ld ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 1 2 5 12 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 17 13 0 30ReWiliIstion Se1'VieesMMsagcTbr:rapists 1 1 4 5 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 9 10 0 190a:upati0Dal 'Ibcrapists 0 0 1 20 3 11 1 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 39 0 44Physical'Ibcrapists 0 1 7 28 5 29 6 21 1 3 0 0 0 1 19 83 0 102TOTAL 14 41) 121) 356 223 415 198 363 50 103 11) 13 2 73 635 1,372 0 2,007l'rqJtIndby:Haith IIamlIIIIIcIoarcaVDltThe VDlftI'IIIlJ '"BrII1sb CoIamblaTable 60Health Region 50 - RichmondHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994PIaee ofGnduatIouSukaldIeWllD BeD.C. AIbena MaDltoba 0DIarl0 Othcre-da CanadaSabCoW 0Iber Co!!I!trX UDImawD TOTALIIalth Group _N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,__N__'l(,_Denllll ServicesCcdified Dental Assislants 134 88.74 6 3.97 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 140 92.72 11 7.28 0 0.00 151 100.00DentalHygicDists 27 45.76 6 10.17 9 15.25 7 11.86 4 6.78 53 89.83 6 10.17 0 0.00 59 100.00Dentists 38 40.43 10 10.64 10 10.64 4 4.26 11 11.70 73 77.66 21 22.34 0 0.00 94 100.00Medietd &: Treatment SeTl'ieesPhannacisCs 91 77.78 5 4.27 6 5.13 2 1.71 1 0.85 105 89.74 11 9.40 1 0.85 117 100.00Physicians 80 30.42 25 9.51 32 12.17 27 10.27 19 7.22 183 69.58 80 30.42 0 0.00 263 100.00Nursing ServicesLiccn.sedPmcticaI Nurses 79 64.23 7 5.69 8 6.50 8 6.50 5 4.07 107 86.99 13 10.57 3 2.44 123 100.00RegisteredNurses 289 40.59 70 9.83 64 8.99 63 8.85 55 7.72 541 75.98 171 24.02 0 0.00 712 100.00RegUtcn:dPsychiatric Nurses 18 58.06 0 0.00 3 9.68 0 0.00 0 0.00 21 67.74 6 19.35 4 12.90 31 100.00Nutrition &:Dielllry Se",ieesDictitiaus&: Nutritionists 9 64.29 2 14.29 1 7.14 0 0.00 1 7.14 13 92.86 7.14 0 0.00 14 100.00Psychologiul ServieesPsychologists 9 30.00 4 13.33 2 6.67 7 23.33 0 0.00 22 73.33 8 26.67 0 0.00 30 100.00Reluzhilittltion ServicesMuaage1bcrapists 16 84.21 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 15.79 0 0.00 19 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 19 100.00~1bc:rapisI! 18 40.91 1 2.27 1 2.27 5 11.36 1 2.27 26 59.09 17 38.64 1 2.27 44 100.00PhysicalTherapists 38 37.25 5 4.90 5 4.90 7 6.86 7 6.86 62 60.78 39 38.24 1 0.98 102 100.00TOTAL 846 48.10 141 8.02 141 8.02 133 7.56 104 5.91 1,365 77.60 384 21.83 10 0.57 1,759 100.00Prqand b]:Haith IIamca Ilaoarc:..UoIIThe UalwnllJ of BrII10hColumbia 00-82Table 61Health Region 60 • Capital HealthHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1993 and 19941NIIIIIberper AIIIIIIIIINumber 10.000 Populadon RateatCb!mgeIJaJth Group 1993 1994 1993 1994 NIiiI&? R8IIo'Ihllttll Set'Viee'Certified Dmtlll AasistaDta 381 413 11.96 12.72 8.40 6.36Dcatal HygiCllista 140 164 4.40 5.DS 17.14 14.94DCllIista 204 213 6.41 6.56 4.41 2.45MetlU:tIl & TruJllU!lIt Set'Viee'EmcrgcucyMcdk:alAasistaDta 229 216 7.19 6.65 -6.18 ~.10FiIIIt RC8pOIIdc:n 521 658 16.36 20.27 29.00 26.36Pbannecista 232 237 7.28 7.30 1.84 0.20PhyBiciaDa 897 898 28.16 27.67 0.11 -1.77Nursing ServieesLiccDsed PmclicalNUIlICII 625 603 19.62 18.58 -3.52 -5.33Rcgislr:rcd NIIDCI 3,905 3,893 122.61 119.94 -0.31 -2.18Licaucd Onduatc Nuraes 26 28 0.82 0.86 7.69 5.67Rcgislr:rcd PaydUatric Nuraes 162 156 5.09 4.81 -3.70 -5.51Nulrilion eft DiettIry ServieesDielitilm IJc. Nutritionista 87 84 2.73 2.59 -3.45 -5.26Psychologiesl Service'PsychologiBls 139 139 4.36 4.28 0.00 -1.88ReWiliItuio,. Service'Massage1bcnpista 111 122 3.49 3.76 9.91 7.840ccupBIicaa1 Thc:npista 81 84 2.54 2.59 3.70 1.75Phyaical'Ihc:npista 228 245 7.16 7.55 7.46 5.44TOTAL 7,968 8,153 25o.I8 251.18 -2.32 0.40Hospilal Be.uAcumCaeBeds 1,061 1,106 33.31 34.07 4.24 2.28IIxtaIded Care Beds 1,4M 1,4M 44.11 43.29 0.00 -1.88Bassinda 57 69 1.79 2.13 21.05 18.78Rehabilitation Beds 145 100 4.55 3.08 -31.03 -32.33TOTALBEDS 2,668 2,680 83.77 82.57 0.45 -1.44CommuniJy PluultUlcie, 63 64 1.98 1.97 1.36 -0.28Popultllion 318,48(i 324,586 DIa rJI. l.92 rJI.I Datal of record cllffer for hcIIIIh FOUIJ8. 1'1_referto tho IDIroduclillll for specificdalEs of record forcedi group.2 Rateof c:baoae (In pcram) Inthe number.• Rateof cbaDge (In pcram) Intho numberper 10,000 popuIalloo.Dla - NotApplicable.Prepantlb7:HalJlJBIIlIIaII ........UnltThe UDl.....I} olBridoh Ccllllllbla83Table 62Health Region 60 • Capital HealthHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1994<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-M 65+ AII!:UuImown SubtotII1 SaHmltbGruup M __1'__M____1'__M____1'__M__ F M I' _M____F__M____I'_ M__1'_~ -!!!!!LDenllll Serviee,CertifiedDcatalAuUtmtl 1 70 0 151 0 34 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 142 1 411 1 413Dmtal HygicnUts 1 7 2 62 0 58 3 13 0 0 0 1 0 17 6 158 0 164Dcutisls 1 0 32 9 53 4 78 1 19 1 10 0 1 0 194 15 0 209Medielll &: TreIIhne1Il ServicesEmcrgcDCY Medical Aasistmtl 8 2 43 19 80 22 27 10 3 1 0 0 1 0 162 54 0 216F'1Dt Re.spoodtD 20 9 174 24 230 16 95 5 21 4 5 0 48 7 593 65 0 658P1"nnacisl5 4 6 31 28 38 38 24 26 24 4 8 2 3 1 132 105 0 237PIlysici8IIJ (Noo-PostgrIIduatc) 0 0 52 41 190 81 207 43 138 12 98 1 6 0 691 178 0 869Nuning ServicesLicmsecI Practical Nurses 0 17 7 77 2S 217 19 150 7 65 1 7 1 10 60 543 0 603Rcgista'cd Nunes 0 55 35 658 71 1,313 36 1,163 5 495 0 58 0 4 147 3,746 0 3,893LicmsecI Graduate Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 10 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 28 0 28Rcgislcml PsychiaIricNurses 0 0 2 18 8 38 17 52 6 12 1 0 1 1 35 121 0 156Nutritio" &: DieltlrJ Se",il:esDiclitiaDs &. Nutritionists 0 0 0 15 0 29 0 2S 0 8 0 0 6 1 83 0 84Psyclwlogil:tJlService'PayclIoIogisU 0 0 0 2 8 17 38 38 14 11 5 6 0 0 65 74 0 139ReWiIittIIio" Service'Massage Tha:apisla 0 1 6 22 12 49 9 15 2 0 1 0 0 5 30 92 0 1220ccuplIti0nal 'Ibcmpisls 0 3 2 20 3 28 0 22 0 4 0 1 0 0 5 78 0 83PIlysical Tha:apists 0 7 7 45 9 68 9 59 4 24 2 4 3 4 34 211 0 245TOTAL 35 177 393 1.197 727 2,012 562 1,fi40 243 648 131 81 65 197 Z,15fi 5,9fi2 1 8,119Prq>and":HaIth IIJuIuID~ lJDIlThe UIIl-.llJ of BrII111a CoIumb..Table 63Health Region 60 - Capital HealthHealth Personnel by Place of Graduation1994Place ofGnullIlIt1onSlIllkatcbewan Be:B.c. Alberta Mazdtoba OuIarlo OIba'CmBda CaDada Subtotal Other Cou!Jtq UDImown TOTALBr:altb Group _N__'lD__N__'lD__N____'lD____N__'lD__N__'lD__N__'lD__N__'lD__N__'lD___N__'lD_Denkll SerrieesCertified Dental Aaaisbmu 393 95.16 10 2.42 7 1.69 0 0.00 0 0.00 410 99.27 3 0.73 0 0.00 413 100.00DcDlII1HygiaWts 80 48.78 16 9.76 23 14.02 25 15.24 10 6.10 154 93.90 10 6.10 0 0.00 164 100.00Dentists 40 18.78 57 26.76 24 11.27 38 17.84 25 11.74 184 86.38 29 13.62 0 0.00 213 100.00Metlietd & Treatment ServieesHllltlllllcists 165 69.62 19 8.02 37 15.61 2 0.84 2 0.84 225 94.94 12 5.06 0 0.00 237 100.00HlysiciaDs 183 20.38 145 16.15 80 8.91 181 20.16 79 8.80 668 74.39 229 25.50 1 0.11 898 100.00Nursing ServicesLic:c:nscd Pr.:tical Nurses 402 66.67 41 6.80 35 5.80 51 8.46 33 5.47 562 93.20 19 3.15 22 3.65 603 100.00RegisteredNurses 2,083 53.51 375 9.63 370 9.50 475 12.20 200 5.14 3.503 89.98 389 9.99 1 0.03 3,893 100.00RegisteredPsychialric Nurses 73 46.79 10 6.41 43 27.56 0 0.00 0 0.00 126 80.77 16 10.26 14 8.97 156 100.00NuIriIio" & Dietary ServieesDietitians&: Nutritionists 26 30.95 15 17.86 6 7.14 10 11.90 19 22.62 76 90.48 8 9.52 0 0.00 84 100.00PsychologU:tdServieesPsychologists 50 35.97 15 10.79 7 5.04 23 16.55 2 1.44 97 69.78 42 30.22 0 0.00 139 100.00ReludJiliIlIIio" ServkesMassage Thcrapisls 49 40.16 1 0.82 0 0.00 59 48.36 1 0.82 110 90.16 6 4.92 6 4.92 122 100.000a:upati00al1ht:npists 28 33.73 7 8.43 4 4.82 15 18.07 6 7.23 60 72.29 22 26.51 1 1.20 83 100.00HlysicalThcrapisls 45 18.37 29 11.84 26 10.61 39 15.92 20 8.16 159 64.90 83 33.88 3 1.22 245 100.00TOTAL 3,617 49.19 740 10.21 662 9.l3 911 12.66 397 5.48 6,334 17.37 161 1l.97 41 0.66 7,250 100.00Preparedby:Bc8Ilb&_~Va11The u DIwnIty 01Brlllsh Columbia00U\86APPENDIX AINFORMATION ABOUT HEALTH PERSONNEL8788CERTIFIED DENTAL ASSISTANTSDefinition:A Certified Dental Assistant (dental auxiliary -level II)...may be delegated the following duties and procedures under the personal supervision of a Dentist who is alicensed member of the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia:(a) those duties or procedures which a dental assistant (dental auxiliary - level I) may perferm.!(b) polishing clinical crowns of teeth with rubber cup or brush and polishing pastes;(c) applying topical anticariogenic agents;(d) taking study model impressions;(e) applying fissure sealants;(t) evaluating dietary habits and providing nutritional counselling as it pertains to dentistry;(g) providing instruction in the use and maintenance of partial and complete dentures and other appliances;(h) removing sutures;(i) placing and removing matrices and wedges;G) performing first aid procedures;(k) applying desensitising agents;(1) removing periodontal dressings;(m) performing pulp vitality tests using electric pulp tester and thermal pulp tester;(n) taking simple face-bow transfer;(0) acid etching prepared cavities;(P) applying non-invasive identification discs.2On successful completion of the specific orthodontic training module concerned, a certified dental assistantmay also be delegated the following duties and procedures under the personal supervision of a licensedmember:(a) instructing in the placement and care of removable orthodontic appliances;(b) tying-in arch wires that a dentist has fitted;(c) removing orthodontic arch wire;(d) removing excess cement or bonding material by means of hand instruments or ultrasonic hand instrumentsfollowing banding/bonding and debandingldebonding procedures;(e) fitting orthodontic bands prior to assessment by a member;(t) taking impressions for the fabrication of orthodontic appliances;(g) fitting space maintainers prior to assessment by a member;(h) removing orthodontic bands and bonded attachments by means of hand instruments;(i) preparing teeth for direct bonding of attachments;G) applying wax or other material to offending components or removing offending components;(k) placing and removing orthodontic separators; and(I) fitting headgear prior to assessment by a member.'Notes:Information on Certified Dental Assistants (COAs) was prepared from registration data maintained by theCDSBC and includes those who reported British Columbia addresses at the date of record. Data presented inthe tables are based on home address for the majority of CDAs. Precise percentages of home vs. employment orother address are not known.1 Regulations ofTheCollegeofDentalSurgeonsof BritishColumbia. AuxiliaryBodies,revisedJune 1988,Article 10.16. SeealsoNationalOccupational CIosSi.{'lCation 1992, MajocGroup 34. No. 3411,Ottawa:Employmentand Immigration Canada.2 Ibid.,Article 10.17.3 Regulations, op.cit, Article 10.19.8990Definition:DENTAL HYOffiNISTSA dental hygienist (dental auxiliary - level Ill)... in addition to those duties and procedures which a certified dental assistant (dental auxiliary - level Il) mayperform4, may be delegated the followingduties and procedures under the direction of a duly licensedmemberof the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia:(a) examining the head and neck as it pertains to dentistry:(b) examining the intra-oral structures:(c) placing and removing temporary restorations;(d) applyingperiodontal dressings:(e) removing supra and subgingival calculus;(f) root planing;(g) recontouring existing restorations:(h) desensitisinghypersensitive teeth;(i) administering local anaesthetics, but only after the completion of approved training to the satisfaction ofthe general examination committee, and only while a duly licensed member is present and immediatelyavailable in the office.SNotes:Information on dental hygienists was prepared from registration data maintained by the CDSBC andincludes those who reported a British Columbia address at the date of record. Data presented in the tables arebased on home address for the majority of dental hygienists. Precise percentages of home vs. employmentorother address are not known.Hygienists included in these tables. are those licensed to practise or those who have permits to practise asdental hygienists in British Columbia. The On-Permit category in the tables includes dental public healthhygienists and conditionally registered hygienists who are qualified to practise as dental hygienists, except thatthey are not authorised to administer local anaesthesia.DENTISTSDefinition: A dentist...diagnoses and treats disorders of the teeth and mouth.Dentists perform some or all of the following duties:(a) examine patients' teeth, gums, and surrounding tissue to diagnose disease, injury, and decay and planappropriate treatment;(b) restore, extract, and replace diseased and decayed teeth;(c) perform oral surgery, periodontal surgery, and other treatments;(d) clean teeth and instruct patients on oral hygiene;(e) design bridgework, fit dentures and provide appliances to correct abnormal positioning of the teeth andjaws, or write fabrication instructions or prescriptions for use by denturists and dental technicians:(1) supervise dental hygienists, dental assistants and other staff.64 Regulations o/The CoUege o/DentolSurgeons o/BritishColll11lbia. AuxiliaryBodies,revised lone 1988,Articles 10.16, 10.17and 10.19.See also NDJionoJ Occupatiorwl ClassijicaJion 1992. MajocGroup 32, No. 3222,Ottawa; Employmentand ImmigrationCanada.S Ibid. Article 10.20.6Adapted fromNDJionoJ Occupatiorwl Classification 1992. MajocGroup 31. No. 3113.Ottawa: Employmentand ImmigrationCanada.Notes:Informationon dentistswas prepared from registration datamaintained by the CDSBCand includes thosewho reporteda BritishColumbiaaddressat the date of record. Datapresentedin the tablesarebasedonemploymentaddressfor themajorityof dentists. Precisepercentages of employment vs. homeor otheraddressarenot known.Dentistsmay be licensed,or hold temporary or non-practising statusin the CDSBC. Licenseddentists arethose who may legallypractise in the province. Temporarystatusmay be held for up to one yearfor thepurposeof lecturing or other educational activitiesin B.C.; temporary statusdentistsmay not performdentalservicesfor a fee. Non-pmctising statusencompasses dentists whoarefullyregisteredwith theCDSBC but donot have a licence to practise in the province.EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANTS91Definltion: Anemergency medicalassistant...providesfirst aid, nursing,and medicalservicesto minimise disability or loss of life in emergency simations.Anemergency medicalassistant (EMA)will be skilled in theareasof first aid, general ambulance practices andprocedures, basicnursing,patient assessment, specialiseddiagnostics, and treatments.AnEmergency MedicalAssistantFirst Responder (EMA FR) may be employedwitha policeforce, a firedepartment, or an agencyapprovedby theEmergency HealthServices Commission (ElISC) suchas a NativeBand Council. All otherEMAs are employedeither with theEHSCor witha contractorwho has a contractforservicewith the Commission.Emergency medicalassistantsarecategorised as follows:(a) Emergency Medical Assistant First Responder (EMA FR)Receive4 to 32 hours of training. Actingas an EMAis generallynot a primary duty.(b) Emergency Medical AssistantFirstAid (EMA FA)Receiveapproximately 70 hoursof training. ManyEMAFAs evenbJally receivethe necessarytraining, mostlyrelated to ambulance operation, to move to EMA 1 status.(c) Emergency Medical Assistant1 (EMA 1)Receiveapproximately 80 hoursof training. AnEMA 1 candidatemust have a secondary schooleducationand an IndustrialFirst Aid (IFA)certificate. AnEMA 1 is expected to work to strictprotocol. He/shewill make only limited decisions aboutpatientmanagement(d) Emergency Medical Assistant2 (EMA 2)Receive240 hours of training. AnEMA2 candidate musthave successfully completed EMA 1training. EMA 2 trainingis focusedon developing patientassessment skills to a level wheretheattendantknows why certainmeasuresare taken,andhow certainconditionscan worsenor improvedepending on actions taken. Theseimprovedassessment skillsassist the EMA 2 in revealingunderlying conditions whichmay not otherwise be discovered.(e) Emergency MedicalAssistant3 - Advanced Ufe Support (EMA 3 (AU))Receive56 weeksof training. A candidate forEMA 3 (ALS)must have an EMA 2 licenceand 3yearsof full-timeambulance experience.(1) Emergency Medical Assistant 3 - Infant Transport Team (EMA 3 (ITT))Receive 18monthsof training. An EMA 3 (lTI) candidatemust have an EMA 2 licenceandthree years of full-timeambulance experience. EMAfITs areonly employedin Vancouver, and aremostlyinvolved in hospital to hospital transport}7 Adapted from the Health Emergency Act, Revised Statutes or British Columbia. 1979,ClIaptcr162, and from information~vided by theErnrzgency Medical Assistants licensing Brandl. Ministryor Health, Province or BritishColumbia. January 1994.92Notes:Information on Emergency MedicalAssistants (£MAs) wasderivedfrom the register of theEMALB andincludes onlylicensedEMAswho reported a BritishColumbiaaddressat the date of record. Datapresentedinthe tablesare based onemploymentaddressfor all EMAs. FIrstResponders are shown as separatecategories,as the level of training is quitedifferent fromotherEMAs. In addition, as stated above, actingas an EMA isnot generallya primary work duty for First Responders.PHARMACISTSDefinition: A pharmacist...is responsible for the compounding. preparation and dispensing of a prescribeddrug. the monitoring of drugtherapy and use, thereleaseof the drug to thepatientwith appropriate consultation, the safe and proper storageof the drug both withinand without the pharmacy. and the distribution of specifiednon-prescriptionmedtcanons."Notes:Information on pharmacists was preparedfromregistrationdata maintainedby the CPBCand includeslicensed pharmacists whoreporteda BritishColumbiaaddressat the date of record. The data in the tables arepresentedbased on employment address whenpharmacists reportemployment in pharmacy. In 1993and 1994,employmentaddresswasavailablefor 100% and99%of pharmacists employed in pharmacy,respectively.Home addressis used for the remainder. as well as for pharmacists not employed in pharmacy.PHYSICIANSDefinition: A physicianin general practice...diagnosesand treats the diseases,physiological disorders, and injuriesof patients.Physiciansin generalpracticeperform someor all of the following duties:(a) examinepatients.order laboratorytests,X-rays,and otherdiagnostic proceduresand consultwith othermedicalpractitioners to evaluatepatients'health;(b) prescribeand administer medicationsand treatments;(c) perform and assist in routine surgery;(d) inoculateand vaccinate patients;(e) deliverbabiesand providepre-natal and post-natal care;(t) advise patientsOn health care;(g) report births, deaths. and contagiousdiseases to governmental aathoritles.?Specialistphysicians includethose whopractice in clinicalmedicine, laboratorymedicine, or surgery.Specialistsin clinicalmedicinediagnoseand treatdiseasesand physiological or psychiatricdisordersand act asconsultantsto otherphysicians. Specialistsin laboratory medicinestudythenature, cause,and development ofdiseases in humans. Specialists in surgeryperformand supervisesurgicalprocedures.108 Adapted from information providedby the CollegeofPbannacists of BritishColumbia. See also NalUmal Occupational Clauifu:aIion 1992.~orGroup 31, No. 3131.Ottawa: ErqJloyment and ImmigrationCanada.9 Adaptedfrom Nalional Occupational Classijication 1992, MajorGroup31, No. 3112,Ottawa:Employmentand ImmigrationCanada.10 Adaptedfrom Nalional Occupational ClassifKaIion 1992, MajorGroup31, No. 3111,Ottawa; Employment and ImmigrationCanada.Notes:Information on physicians was derivedfrom the CPSBCphysician databaseand includesnon-postgraduatephysicians who,at the date of record, wereregisteredby the CPSBC on the full, special,or temporary registers,and whoreporteda BritishColumbiaaddress. Physicians on theseregistersare designatedDirectory Activeand licensed to practisemedicinein BritishColumbia. The temporary register includes thosewhoare inpostgraduate trainingor who have a temporary licence to practise. Datapresentedin the tablesare basedonemployment addressfor the IWYority of physicians. Precisepercentages of home vs. employment or otheraddressare not known.Osteopaths diagnosedisordersand injuriesof the musculo-skeletal, circulatory, and nervous systems andtreat patientswith manipulative therapy, medications, or surgery. 11 Osteopaths are regulatedundertheMedicalPractitioners Act and must be registeredby the Collegeof Physicians and Surgeonsof BritishColumbiain order to practisein the province. There is currentlyone directory active osteopath in the province;he is not includedin any of the tables that follow.UCENSED PRACTICAL NURSES93Deflnltlon: A licensedpracticalnurse...maybe employedin a wide varietyof healthcare settingsand may carryout such nursingduties relatedto thecare of patientsas is consistentwith [hislher] trainingand ability. All such duties are to be carriedout underthe directionof a duly qualifiedphysicianwho is attending the patient,or under the supervision of a graduatenurse who is renderingservice to the patient,exceptin an emergency whenthe services of a LicensedPracticalNursemaybe urgently required. Providedthat the attendingphysician gives directionsand assumesresponsibility with respect to the abilityof LicensedPracticalNurses (LPNs) to carry out suchservices in asatisfactory manner,LPNsmay also undertake nursing servicefor patientsin private homes.12Notes:Information on LicensedPracticalNurses(LPNs) was derivedfromthe register of the BCCLPN andincludesLPNs who reported a British Columbiaaddressat the date of record. The data in the tablesarepresentedbased on employment addresswhenLPNs report employment in nursingand employment address isavailable. In 1993and 1994,employment addresswas availablefor 86%and 87% of LPNs employed innursing, respectively. ' Homeaddressis used for the remainder, as well as for LPNs who are not employed innursing.REGISTERED NURSESDeflnltlon: A registerednurse...functions as a practitioner, educator,administrator or researcher. The choice of role will be determined byacademicpreparation, experience, established policiesof the employing agency, and the nurse's employmentagreement A few nursesare self-employed.13Generalduty registered nursesperform someor all of the following duties:I~ Adaped from NationalOccupaJional Classiju:atioll 1992, MajocGroup 31. No. 3123,Ottawa; Employment and Immigration Canada.1 Adaped from informationprovidedby the BriWhColombiaCoonciIof.licensed Practical Nurses. See alsoNational Occupational3Classification 1992, MajocGroup 32, No. 3233,Ottawa: En.,loyment and ImmigrationCanada.I Adapted from informationprovidedby the Registered NursesAssociation of.BritishColwnbia.94(a) consultwith othermembers of the healthcare team to assess,plan, implementand evaluatepatientcare;(b) administer medications and treatments as prescribedby a physician;(c) monitor, record and report symptomsand changesin patients'conditions;(d) operateor monitormedical apparatusor equipment;(e) assist in surgeryand other medicalprocedures;(0 superviseregisterednursing assistants(LPNs) and other nursing staff.14Notes:Information on RegisteredNurses (RNs) wasderivedfrom theregisterof theRNABCand includes thosewho reported a BritishColumbiaaddress at the date of record.. A RN mayhold a practisingor non-practisingmembershipin the RNABC. A practisingRN mayor may not be employedin nursing. A non-practising RNwho commences employment in nursing in BritishColumbiamust convert to practisingmembership. The datain the tables are presentedbased on employment addresswhen themembership status is "practising", whenemploymentin nursingis reported, and whenemployment address is available. In 1993 and 1994,employmentaddress was availablefor 89% and 88%of practising RNs employed in nursing,respectively. Homeaddress isused for the remainder, as well as for practising RNs who are not employedin nursing, and for RNs withnon­practising membership status.In 1994,401 practisingand 153non-practising RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses held dual registtationwiththe RNABC. The numbers for 1993were 395 practising and 152non-practising. Dual registrants are includedin both the RN and RPN categories.UCENSED GRADUATE NURSESDefinition: A LicensedGraduateNurse(a) was employedin British Columbia,in a capacitysubstantially equivalentto a registerednurse,at any timeduringthe two years prior to September 30, 1988;(b) graduatedfroma school of nursing thathas standardssubstantially equivalentto thoseof any approvedschool of nursing, and;(c) was nevera registered nurse, and at the timeof application to the RNABC did not qualifyas a registerednurse.ISNotes:Information on LicensedGraduateNurses (LGNs) wasderivedfrom the registerof theRNABCandincludesLGNs whoreporteda British Columbia addressat the date of record. An LGN may holda practisingor non-practising membership in the RNABC. A practisingLGNmay or may not be employedin nursing. Anon-practising LGN who commencesemployment in nursingin BritishColumbiamustconvert to practisingmembership. The data in the tables are presentedbased on employment addresswhen the membership status is"practising", whenemploymentin nursing is reported, and whenemploymentaddress is available. In 1993and1994, employment address was availablefor 82% and 84% of practising LGNs employed in nursing,respectively. Homeaddress is used for the remainder, as well as forpractising LGNswho are not employedinnursing, and for LGNs with non-practising membership status.I~ Adapted from NaliLmal Occllpalional ClassifICation 1992. Major Group 31, No. 3152, Ollawa; Employment and Immigration Canada.I Adapted from theNlmling Statuks AmendrnentAct, 1988, <l1apttr51. Section 13.1.Deflnltlon:REGISTERED PSYCIDATRIC NURSESA registeredpsychiatric nurse95...practises in primary, secondaryand tertiary care settings and provides service to individuals whose primarycare needs relate to mental and developmentalhealth.The basis of psychiatric nursing is a caring, therapeuticrelationship; the core knowledge and skills ofpsychiatricnursing are developedfrom the nursing,psycho-social, biological, and physical sciences.Psychiatric nursing practice includes clinical, administrative, educational, consultative and researchfunctions. 16Notes:Informationon Registered Psychiatric Nurses (RPNs) was derived from the register of the RPNABC andincludesRPNs who reported a British Columbia addressat the date of record. The data in the tables arepresentedbased on employmentaddress when the membership status is "practising"and employment address isavailable. In both 1993 and 1994,employment address was available for 99% of practisingRPNs. Homeaddress is used for the remaining 1%, as well as for RPNs with non-practising status.In 1994,401 practising and 153 non-practisingRPNs held dual registration with the RNABC. Thenumbers for 1993 were 395 practising and 152 non-practising. Dual registrants are included in both the RNand RPN categories.DIETITIANS AND NUTRITIONISTSDefinition: A dietitian/nutritionist...is a professional uniquelyprepared for the practise of nutrition care through universityeducation andrequired practicum in food and nutrition as well as biological, social, and managementsciences. Thedietitian/nutritionistapplies knowledge and skills in normal and therapeutic nutrition and in food servicesystemsmanagement to individuals, groups, institutions, organisations, and the community.17Notes:Informationon registered dietitians and nutritionists(RDNs) was derived solely from the membershipdatabase of the BCDNA and includes RDNs who reported a British Columbia address at the date of record.RDNs may hold a practising or non-practisingmembership with the BCDNA. The data in the tables arepresented based on employmentaddress when the membership status is "practising", when employment indieteticslnutritionis reported, and when employmentaddress is available. In 1993and 1994, employmentaddress was available for 97% and 96% of practisingRDNs employed in dieteticslnutrition, respectively. Homeaddress is used for the remainder, as well as for RDNs with practising status who are not employed indietetics/nutrition,and for RDNs with non-practisingstatus.16Adapted from inf«mation povided by the Registered Psychiatric NursesAssociation d. British Columbia. See also National OccupationalClassification 1992, Major Group31. No. 3152, Ottawa; Employment and Immigration Canada.17Adapted from information povided by the Canadian Dietetic Association. SeealsoNational OccupationalClassiFICation 1992. Major Group31, No. 3132, Ottawa; E!Jllloyment and Immigration Canada.96Deflnltion: A psychologistPSYCHOLOGISTS...diagnosespsychological and emotionaldisorders, counselsclients,provides therapyand research, and appliestheory relating to behaviourand mental processes.Psychologists performsomeor all of the following duties:(a) examinebehaviour,diagnosepsychologicaland emotionaldisorders, counselclients, and providetherapy;(b) counselindividuals and groups to achievemore effectivepersonal,social. and vocational development andadjustment;(c) applypsychological theory and principlesregardingbehaviourand mental processessuch as learning,memory,perception,and language development;(d) formulate hypothesesand experimental designs,review literature, conduct studies,and publishresearchpapers.18Notes:Information on psychologists was preparedfrom registration data maintainedby the CPBCand includesregistered psychologists who reporteda BritishColumbiaaddressat the date of record. Psychologists canregister with the CPBC with either practising or non-practising status. Memberswith non-practising statusmay not offer psychological servicesto the generalpublic, but may be employedby such institutions as SchoolBoards or Universities. The data in the tablesare presentedbased on employment address whenpsychologistsreport employmentin psychologyand employmentaddress is available. In 1993and 1994,employmentaddress was availablefor 98% and 99% of psychologists employedin psychology, respectively. Homeaddressis used for the remainder,as well as for psychologists not employedin psychology.MASSAGE THERAPISTSDefinition: A massage therapist...may register under Part 3 of the Physiotherapists' Act uponcompletion of an approvedcourse of studycomprised of a curriculumof theoryand practice,primarilyconsisting of the subjectsof anatomy, physiology,massage and hydrotherapy,and after passing the examinationset by the Board of Physiotherapists and MassagePractitioners.19 .Massage practitionersperform someor all of the following:a) administermassage therapyand other treatmentssuch as whirlpoolbaths, hot compressesor packs toaffectedareas of patients'bodies;b) consultphysiotherapists, chiropractors and physiciansfor advice on patient assessment and thedevelopmentof a treatmentplan;c) maintain records of treatmentgiven.2018 Adapted from NationalOccupational ClassiFICation 1992, Majoc Group 41,No. 4151,Ottawa:Employment and Immigration Canada.19 Physiotherapists Act, Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1979, 0Iapta' 327.20 Adapted from NationalOccupational ClassiFICation 1992, Majoc Oroop32, No.3235,Ottawa;E!qJloymentADd Immigration Canada. .Notes:On December16, 1994, the Physiotherapists Act wasrepealed. Massage Practitioners are now regulatedunder the HealthProfessionsAct,have changedtheirname to MassageTherapists, and have establishedaCollegeof MassageTherapists of BritishColumbiaas the regulatory body. The new name of "MassageTherapists" (MTs)has been adoptedhere, but the data presenteddepict the situationwhile the PhysiotherapistsAct was still in effect .Information on massage therapists (MTs)was preparedfrom registration data maintainedby the APMPBCand includesMTs who reporteda BritishColumbiaaddressat the date of record. MTs may registeras witheither full or temporary status. Full registrantMTs are thosewho have passedregistration examinations andare qualified to practisemassagetherapyin BritishColumbia Inactiveregistrants are membersof theAPMPBC who are not currentlypractising massagetherapy in BritishColumbia. This statusmay be electedfor up to five years.21 MTs with inactiveregistration status are not includedin these tablesbecause they are notrequired to registerwith this statuseveryyear, so there is no accuratecount of theirnumbers. The datain thetablesare presentedbased on employment address when the membership status is "full registrant", whenemployment in massage therapyis reported, and whenemployment addressis available. In 1993and 1994,employment addresswas availablefor 90%and 89%of full registrantmassagetherapists (MTs)employedinmassagetherapy, respectively. Homeaddressis usedfor the remainder, as well as for MTs with full registrantstatus who are not employedin massage therapy, and for MTs with inactiveregistrantstatus.OCCUPATIONAL TIIERAPISTS97Definition: An occupational therapist...plans and carriesout individually designed programsof activityfor patientswith physicalor mental healthproblemsto enhance their ability to care for themselves and to engagein work and recreationalpursuits.Occupational therapists performsomeor all of the following duties:(a) observepatientsand consultphysicians' prognoses to assesspatients'emotionaland physicalcapacities;(b) developtreatmentprogramswhichmay includemanual and creativearts, industrialand vocationalskillsand recreationalactivities;(c) implementthe treatmentprograms and evaluate theirprogress;(d) maintainclinical and statisticalrecords;(e) advise on health risks in the workplace or participatein otherprograms, such as pre-retirementprograms,to preventphysical or mentalhealthproblems;(f) conductresearch in occupational therapy;(g) act as an occupational therapyconsultantor educator.22Notes:Information on occupational therapists (OTs)wasprepared fromregistrationdata maintained by theBCSOTand includesBCSOTmemberswhoreporteda British Columbia addressat the date of record.Occupational therapists (OTs)who are alsoregisteredwith theAssociation of Physiotherapists and MassagePractitioners of British Columbia(APMPBC) are includedin both the occupational therapy and physicaltherapycategories. The exactnumberof personnel who are both membersof the BCSOTand registeredwiththe APMPBC is not known due to the unavailability of those data from the APMPBC, so the extentof double­countingof personnelin these twogrout>s can not be determined.21Adapted from information IXOvided by the Association ofPhysiocherapists and MassagePractitioners of BritishColumbia.22 Adapted fromNaJio1llll OccupaJional Classijkalion 1992,Majer Group 31.No. 3143.Ottawa:EJqJloymentand Immigration Canada.98OTs whohold practisingmemberships in the BCSOTmay be registered as Full-Time,Part-Time,orProvisional members. OTs who registeras Provisional generallyhave met the educational and competencyrequirements of Full-Time or Part-Timemembership, but have not completed the nationalcertificationexamofthe CanadianAssociation of Occupational Therapists. OTs may also hold non-practising membershipwith theBCSOT. The data in the tables are presentedbasedon employmentaddresswhen the membershipstatus is"registered" or "provisional", whenemployment in occupational therapyis reported, and whenemploymentaddressis available. In both 1993and 1994, employment address was available for approximately 98% ofregisteredor provisional OTs employed in occupational therapy. Homeaddressis used for the remainder, aswell as for OTs withregisteredor provisional statuswho are not employedin occupational therapy, and forOTs with non-practising membership status.PHYSICAL TIIERAPISTSDeOnltlon: A physical therapist...providesphysical, diagnostic, and rehabilitative servicesto patientswithphysicaldysfunctions causedbytrauma,congenital abnormality, disease, surgery, obstetrical and gynaecological conditions,and ageingprocesses, to restoreand/orachieveoptimalfunction.PhysicalTherapists perform someor all of the following duties:(a) administer tests and examine,observe, and takea full history of patients to determineconditionand status;(b) develop, plan, co-ordinate, monitor,and adjusta rehabilitationtreatmentprogram appropriateto acondition to achieveobjectives, eitheron an individual or groupbasis;(c) provideconsultation to physicians, dentists, and other health professionals, teachers, or others appropriateto the case;(d) instruct, advise,and co-ordinate programsof remedialmodalitiesfor continuation of treatment;(e) recommend referral to other healthcentres,clinics, or treatmentfacilities as appropriate;(t) provideconsultation and direction to nurses,aides,and activityworkers to assist in their methods ofhandling the patient;(g) advise, teach,counsel,and educate the patient,hislher family, and/orcare-givers on correct positions,aids,methods, and meansof movementfor the affected part or the body as a whole;(h) conductscreening and other healthpromotionmethods to facilitatephysicalhealth and prevent thepremature dysfunction of the body; .(i) conductresearch projectsrelatingto any of theabove to advancethe stateof knowledgein this field.23Notes:On December16, 1994, the Physiotherapists Act was repealed. Physiotherapists are now regulatedunderthe HealthProfessions Act, have changedtheirname to PhysicalTherapists, and have establisheda CollegeofPhysicalTherapists of BritishColumbiaas the regulatory body. The new nameof "PhysicalTherapists" hasbeen adoptedhere, but the data presenteddepict the situation while thePhysiotherapists Act was still in effectInformation on physical therapists (PIs) was prepared from registration data maintainedby the APMPBCand includes PTs whoreporteda BritishColumbiaaddressat the date of record. PTs who also holdmembership in the British ColumbiaSocietyof Occupational Therapists(BCSOT) are included in both thephysical therapy and occupational therapy categories. The exactnumberof personnelwho are both registeredwith the APMPBC and membersof the BCSOTis not knowndue to the unavailability of those data from theAPMPBC, so the extentof double-counting of personnelin these two groupscan not be determined.23Adapted from Naticmal Occupational ClassifICation 1992. Majer Group 31, No. 3142, Ottawa: Employment and Immigration Canada.In the APMPBC, a PI' may be a Full Registrant - Part I (formerly a chartered member), a Full Registrant ­Part II (formerly a registered member), a Temporary Registrant. or an Inactive Registrant Full Registrants ­Part II differ from Full Registrants- Part I in that Part I Registrants may not practise except under thesupervision of a medical pmctitioner.24 A PI' may work under a temporary membership until his or herregistration can be completed. Remedial gymnasts may also register as members of the APMPBC, but are notincluded in the tables. PI's with inactive registration status are not included in these tables because they are notrequired to register with this status every year, so there is no accurate count of their numbers . The data in thetables are presented based on employment address when the membership status is "full" or "temporary", whenemployment in physical therapy is reported, and when employment address is available. In 1993 and 1994,employment address was available for 95% and 96% of full or temporary registrant PI's employed in physicaltherapy, respectively. Home address is used for the remainder, as well as for PI's with full or temporaryregistrant status who are not employed in physical therapy.24 Physiothecapists Act. 1979, RSBC 0Jap. 327, Part I, S.8.99100APPENDIXBMAP OF BRITISH COLUMBIABY HEALTH REGIONS101:102"17 British ColumbiaHealth Regions1 EastKootenay2 WestKootenay - Boundary4 North OkanaganS South Okanagan- SjrnjJJcameen6 Thompson Valley "7 UpperFraserValley9 South FraserValley10 SimonFraser11 Coast Garibaldi13 Central Vancouver Island14 North IsIandlMid CoastIS Cariboo16 North West17 PeaceRiver- Liard18 Northern Interior20 Vancouver30 Burnaby40 North ShoreSO Richmond60 Capital HealthTable 1Conversion Summary:Health Regions and Local Health Areas103Health Region Local Health Area(s)1 East Kootenay 1 Fernie 4 Wmclemx:R2 Cranbroolt 5 Qeston3 Kimberley 18 Golden2 West Kootenay - Boundary 6 KootenayLake 11 Trail7 Nelson 12 GrandForks9 Castlegar 13 KettleValley10 AIrowLakes4 North Okanagan 19 Reve1stoke 22 Vernon20 Salmon Arm 78 Enderby21 Armstrong-Spallumcbeen5 South Okanagan - Similkameen 14 Southern OItaDagan 17 Princeton15 Penticton 23 Central Okanagan16 Keremeos 77 Summerland6 Thompson VaDey 24 Kamloops 30 South Cariboo26 NlX'Ih Thompson 31 Me:ritt29 Lillooet7 Upper Fraser Valley 32 Hope 75 Mission33 <lIiJliwaclc 76 Agassiz - Harrison34 Abbotsford9 South Fraser Valley 35 Langley 37 Delta36 Surrey10 Simon Fraser 40 NewWcstminster 43 Coquitlam42 MapleRidae11 Coast Garibaldi 46 SunshineCoast 48 HoweSound47 Powell River13 Central Vanmuver Island 65 Cowichan 68 Nanaimo66 Lake Cowichan 69~cum67 Ladysmith 70 Alberni14 North IsIandIMid Coast 71 Courtenay 84 VancouverIslandWest72 QuqlbeD River 85 VancouverIsland North15 Cariboo 27 Canlloo - Chilcotin 49 CentralCoast28 Quesnel16 North West 50 Queen Owlotte 87 Stiltine52 PrinceRupert 88 Terrace54 Smithers 92 Nisbga80 Kitimat 94 TelegraphQeeIt17 Peace River - Liard 59 Peace RiverSouth 81 P<nNelson60 Peace River NlX'Ih18 Northem Interior 55 Bums LalteJEutsnk Lake 57 Prince George56 Nechako20 Vanmuver 39 Vancouver30 Burnaby 41 BlII1IlIby40 North Shore 44 NlX'Ih Vancouver 45 West Vancouver50 Richmond 38 Richmond60 Capital Health 61 Greatt:rVictma 63 Saanich62 Sooke 64 Gulf IslandsSource: Hea1lhEcanomial and PIaJming B1'IIIICh, British Columbia MlnisIry ofHea1lh104Health Human Resources UnitCentre for Health Services and Policy ResearchThe University ofBritish Columbia429 - 2194 Health Sciences MallVancouver, B.C. V6T lZ3Telephone: (604) 822-4810Fax: (604) 822-5690Information on earlier reports may be obtainedfrom the Health Human Resources Unit .105IDIRU87:1(S:23)IDIRU87:2(R:31)IDIRU87:3(HMRU87:1)HHRU87:4(S:24)DentalHygienists in BritishColumbia, 1985: A SurveyofDemographic,Educational and Career Patterns. February 1987. (I. Pulcins, V. Lee).ISBN 1-896459-34-XROLLCALL UPDATE 86. A StatusReportofSelectedHealth Personnel in theProvince ofBritish Columbia. March 1987. ISBN 1-896459-35-8Fee PracticeMedical Service Expenditures per Capita, and Full-Time-EquivalentPhysicians in B.C., 1985-86. March 1987. (M.L. Barer, P. Wong Pong)ISBN 1-896459-36-6Difficult-to-Fill Vacancies in theHealth CareField, British Columbia, 1980-1986.June 1987. (C. Kinnis). ISBN 1-896459-37-4HURU 88:1(1) The NurseManpower Study. Volume I: ReportoftheNurseManpower Study(HMRU 88:1(1» Advis(Jry Committee. February 1988. ISBN 1-896459-38-2IUlRU 88:1(2) TheNurseManpower Study. Volume II: A Synthesis ofthe NurseManpower(HMRU 88:1(2» Data in British Columbia. February 1988. (I. Pulcins, A. Kazanjian, K. Kerluke)ISBN 1-896459-39-0IUlRU 88:1(3) TheNurseManpower Study. Volume III: Influence ofthe Workplace on Nurse(HMRU 88:1(3» Manpower Supplyin BritishColumbia: An Exploratory Study. 'February 1988. (D.G.Layton). ISBN 1-896459-40-4IUlRU88:2(HMRU88:2)HURU88:3(HMRU88:3)IUlRU88:4(HMRU88:4)HHRU88:S(HMRU88:5)Diagnostic Ultrasound in British Columbia, 1986. March 1988. (C. Kinnis, M.L.Barer). ISBN 1-896459-41-2Social Workers in Health Care Settings in British Columbia, 1987. A StatusReport. March 1988. (I. Pulcins, S. Chan). ISBN 1-896459-42-0ROLLCALL 87. A StatusReportofHealth Personnel in the Province ofBritishColumbia. March 1988. ISBN 1-896459-43-9PRODUCTION 87. A StatusReporton the Production ofHealthandHumanServices Personnel in the Province ofBritish Columbia. March 1988.ISBN 1-896459-44-7106IUlRU88:6(HMRU88:6)IUlRU88:7(HMRU88:7)IUlRU89:1(HMRU89:1)IUlRU89:2(HMRU89:2)IUlRU89:3(HMRU89:3)IUlRU89:4(HMRU89:4)IUlRU90:1(HMRU90:1)IUlRU90:2(HMRU90:2)IUlRU90:3(HMRU90:3)IDIRU90:4(HMRU90:4)IDIRU90:5(HMRU90:5)IUlRU90:6(HMRU90:6)IDIRU90:7(HMRU90:7)IDIRU91:1SupplyofandRequirements for Academic Medical Manpower in BritishColumbia. May 1988. (M.L. Barer, A. Kazanjian, N. Pagliccia).ISBN 1-896459-45-5PlaceofGraduation for Selected Health Occupations 1987. August 1988. (I{,Kerluke, C. Jackson, A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-46-3ROLLCAU UPDATE 88. A StatusReportofSelectedHealthPersonnel in theProvince ofBritish Columbia. March 1989. ISBN 1-896459-47-1Health Managers in B.C. Part I: Methods and Preliminary Findings FromSurvey ofChiefExecutive Officers. July 1989. (A. Kazanjian, N. Pagliccia, C.Jackson). ISBN 1-896459-48-XFee Practice Medical Service Expenditures Per Capita, and Full-Time-EquivalentPhysicians in British Columbia, 1987-88. August 1989. (A. Kazanjian, P. WongFung, M.L. Barer). ISBN 1-896459-49-8Providers ofVision Care inBritish Columbia: A Report on the StatusofOphthalmologists and Optometrists, and On the Utilization ofOphthalmological andOptometric Services, 1975-1988. July 1989. (I. Pulcins, P. Wong Fung, C. Jackson.I{, Kerluke, A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-50-1NurseDeployment Patterns: Examples for Health Human Resources Management.February 1990. (A. Kazanjian, I. Pulcins, I{, Kerluke). ISBN 1-896459-51-XProceedings ofthe Workshop on Priorities in Health Human Resources Researchin Canada. March 1990. (A. Kazanjian, I{, Friesen). ISBN 1-896459-52-8ROUCAIL 89. A StatusReportofHealth Personnel in the Province ofBritishColumbia. March 1990. ISBN 1-896459-53-6PRODUCTION 89. A StatusReporton the Production ofHealthServicesPersonnel in theProvince ofBritish Columbia. March 1990.ISBN 1-896459-54-4Health Personnel Modelling: A Bibliography With Abstracts. June 1990. (N.Pagliccia, C. Jackson, A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-55-2Health Managers in B.C. Part II: Who Manages Our System?-Sociodemographic Characteristics, Employment Patterns, Educational Backgroundand Training ofHealth Managers. June 1990. (A. Kazanjian, C. Jackson, N.Pagliccia). ISBN 1-896459-56-0PlaceofGraduation for Selected Health Occupations -1989. November 1990.(S. Cavalier, I{, Kerluke, L. Wood). ISBN 1-896459-57-9Registered Psychologists in BritishColumbia, 1990: A StatusReport. March 1991. (C.Jackson. L. Wood, I{, Kerluke, A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-58-7lUIRU 91:2 StudyofRuralPhysician Supply: PracticeLocation Decisions and Problems inRetention. Volume I. March 1991. (A. Kazanjian, N. Pagliccla, L. Apland, S. Cavalier,L. Wood). ISBN 1-896459-59-5HHRU 91:3 ROLLCAU UPDATE 90. A StatusReportofSelected HealthPersonnel in theProvince ofBritish Columbia. March 1991. ISBN 1-896459-60-9HHRU 91:4R A Single Stochastic ModelFor Forecasting NurseSupply and For Estimating Llfe­Cycle ActivityPatterns. May 1991. (A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-61-7HHRU 92:1 Information Neededto Support Health Human Resources Management. February1992. (A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-62-5HHRU 92:2 ROLLCALL 91. A StatusReportofHealth Personnel in the Province ofBritishColumbia. May 1992. ISBN 1-896459-63-3HHRU92:3 PRODUCTION 91. A StatusReporton the Production ofHealth Personnel in theProvince ofBritish Columbia. May 1992. ISBN 1-896459-64-1HHRU 92:4R A Human Resources Decision Support Model: Nurse Deployment Patterns in OneCanadian System. November 1992. (A. Kazanjian, I. Pulcins, K. Kerluke).ISBN 1-896459-65-XHHRU 92:5R Health "Manpower" Planning or GenderRelations? The Obvious and the Oblique.June 1992. (A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-66-8HHRU 92:6 PLACEOF GRADUATION 91. A StatusReporton PlaceofGraduation for SelectedHealth Personnel in the Province ofBritishColumbia. November 1992.(A. MacDonald, K. Kerluke, L.E. Apland, L. Wood). ISBN 1-896459-67-6HHRU 92:7 FeePractice Medical Service Expenditures per Capita, and Full-Time-EquivalentPhysicians in British Columbia, 1989-1990. November 1992. (A. Kazanjian,P. Wong Fung, M.L. Barer). ISBN 1-89~59-68-4HHRU 92:8 Diagnostic MedicalSonographers inBritish Columbia, 1991. December 1992.(L.E. Apland, A. Kazanjian) . ISBN 1-896459-69-2HHRU 93:1 StudyofRuralPhysician Supply: Perceptions ofRuraland Urban. January 1993. (N.Pagliccia, L.E. Apland, A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-70-6IllIRU 93:2 Nursing Resources Models: Part I: Synthesis ofthe Literature and a ModellingStrategyfor B.C. February 1993. (N. Pagliccia, L. Wood, A. Kazanjian).ISBN 1-896459-71-4HHRU 93:3 Nursing Resources in British Columbia: Trends, Tensions and Tentative Solutions.February 1993. (A. Kazanjian, L. Wood) Also listed as Health Policy Research UnitReportHPRU93:5D. ISBN 1-896459-72-2107108HHRU 93:4 ROLLCAU UPDATE92. A Status ReportofSelectedHealth Personnel in theProvinceofBritish Columbia. Apri11993 . ISBN 1-896459-73-0HHRU 93:5 Difficult-to-Fill Vacancies in SelectedHealth Care Disciplines in British Columbia,1980-1991. June 1993. (A. MacDonald, A. Kazanjian) . ISBN 1-896459-74-9HHRU 93:6 Social Workers in Health Care in British Columbia, 1991. July 1993. (L.E. Apland,L. Wood, A. Kazanjian). ISBN 1-896459-75-7HHRU 93:7 Fee PracticeMedical ServicesExpenditures Per Capita, and Full-Time-EquivalentPhysiciansin British Columbia, 1991-1992. December 1993. (A. Kazanjian, P. WongFung, L. Wood). ISBN 1-896459-76-5HHRU 93:8R Health CareManagers in British Columbia Part I: Who Manages OurSystem?, PartII: ExploringFuture Directions. December 1993. (A Kazanjian, N. Pagliccia).ISBN 1-896459-77-3HHRU 94:1 Social WorkPersonnel in British Columbia: Defining the population and describingdeploymentpatterns in 1993. January 1994. (J. Finch, A. Kazanjian, L. Wood).ISBN 1-896459-78-1HHRU 94:2 Interpreting the HistoricalDifficult-to-Fill Vacancy Trends - A Mulitvariate Analysis.April 1994. (N. Pagliccia, A. Kazanjian, L. Wood). ISBN 1-896459-79-XHHRU 94:3 ROUCAU 93. A Status Report ofHealth Personnel in the Province ofBritishColumbia. May 1994. ISBN 1-896459-80-3HHRU 94:4 PRODUCTION93. A Status Report on the ProductionofHealth Personnel in theProvinceofBritish Columbia. August 1994. ISBN 1-896459-81-4HHRU 94:5 PLACE OF GRADUATION93. A StatusReport on Place ofGraduation for SelectedHealth Personnel in the ProvinceofBritish Columbia. October 1994. (K. McGrail, KKerluke, A. MacDonald, L. Wood) ISBN 1-896459-82-XHHRU 95:1 ROLLCAU UPDATE94. A Status ReportofSelectedHealth Personnel in theProvinceofBritish Columbia. March 1995. ISBN 1-896459-83-8

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