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INVENTORYUPDATE 96A REGIONAL ANALYSIS OF HEALTH PERSONNELIN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIAHHRU97:3Health Human Resources UnitCentre for Health Services and Policy ResearchThe University of British ColumbiaVancouver, British Columbia V6T IZ3July 1997Canadian Cataloguing in Publication DataThe National Library of Canada has catalogued this publicationas follows:Main entry under title:Inventory updateBiennial, 1994­ISSN 1196-99111. Medical personnel--British Columbia--Statistics-­Periodicals. 2. Allied health personnel--British Columbia-­Statistics--Periodicals. I. University of British Columbia.Centre for Health Services and Policy Research. II. Universityof British Columbia. Health Human Resources Unit.RA450.B7I6 610.69'09711'021 C95-910397-XHEALTH HUMAN RESOURCES UNITThe HealthHumanResources Unit (HHRU) of the Centre for HealthServices andPolicyResearch was established as a demonstration projectby the BritishColumbia Ministry ofHealthin 1973. Sincethat time, the Unithas beencarried on an ongoing basiswithintheMinistry's annualoperating budget. The Unitundertakes a series of research studies thatarerelevant to healthhumanresources management andto publicpolicydecisions.The HHRU's researchagenda is determined through extensive discussion of key currentissuesand available resources withofficials of the Ministry of Health. Various healthcareprovidergroupsparticipate indirectly, through ongoing formal andinformal communication withMinistry ofHealthofficials and with HHRU researchers.Three typesof researchactivity are variously included on the Unit's research agendaanddrawon different skillsand research expertise of its faculty and staff. In conjunction with theprofessional licensing bodies or associations, the HHRU develops andmaintains a co-operativehealthhuman resources database. The Unituses thesedata to produce regularstatusreportsthat provide a basis for future in-depthstudies andfor healthhuman resources planning. TheUnit conducts in-depthstudiesthat havea particular policyrelevance or assess the impactofspecificpolicy measures, basedon secondary analyses of data fromthe co-operative databaseor primary data collected through largescalesurveys. The HHRU alsoconducts specificprojects pertaining to the management of healthhuman resources at local,regional andprovincial levels.Copiesof studiesand reportsproduced by the HHRUare available at no charge.(Seefinalpages of this document for a listing ofHHRU studies andreports.)HealthHumanResources UnitCentrefor HealthServices andPolicyResearch#429-2194 HealthSciences MallVancouver, BCV6T lZ3ph: (604) 822-4810fax: (604) 822-5690iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENTSSpecial appreciation is extended to the regulatory bodiesand membership groups, all ofwhichtookthe time to answer our written and verbal requests for information.INVENTORY UPDATE 96 represents the culmination of six intensive monthsofsurveying, consistency checks, tablegeneration, definition andother textverification, proof­reading and analysis. Theprograming team working on this edition washeadedby KerryKerluke and included Harold Yip,BrianMcCashin, andPatrickWongFung. AllysonMacDonald, LauraWood, and Maureen Westhandledthe surveying, editingand updating.Laura Wood, KerryKerluke, andAllyson MacDonald co-ordinated the reportproduction,Tableswereproduced on an mMfM compatible PC using, Microsoft Excel™ v 7.0 andsoftware written in FoxPROTM v2.5. Text was produced usingMicrosoft Word™ forWindows v 7.0.Financial support fromthe British Columbia Ministry of Healthand the University ofBritishColumbia is gratefully acknowledged.THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIAHealth Human Resources UnitCentre for Health Services and Policy Research429 - 2194 Health Sciences MallVancouver, B.C. Canada V6T lZ3Tel: (604) 822-4810Fax: (604) 822-5690August 8, 1997Doug Bigelow, Ph.D.DirectorPolicy, Planning & Economics DivisionMinistry of Health1515 Blanshard StreetVictoria, B.C. V8W 3C8Dear Dr. Bigelow,It is with pleasure that I transmit to you the second edition of our INVENTORY UPDATE series,INVENTORY UPDATE 96.INVENTORY and INVENTORY UPDATE represent regional analyses of health personnel in the province ofBritish Columbia, and have been developed in response to a growing need for regional information in thisprovince. The tables included in this publication are derived from those published in ROllCAlL UPDATE 96,with additional information about place of graduation. This publication is meant to be used in conjunction withthe ROUCAU and ROUCAlL UPDATE series, which contains more information regarding workforcecategory defmitions and registration status.We look forward to your comments and suggestions.Sincerely(~Arminee Kazanjian, Dr.Associate DirectorCentre for Health Services and Policy ResearchA Research Unit Funded by the Ministry of Health, British ColumbiaiiiivTable of ContentsPage NumberIntroduction ixTableNumberBritish Columbia Total1 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 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 Population 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 Population 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 - Similkameen13 Health Personnel, HospitalBeds, Community Pharmacies and Population 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 Population 2317 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 2418 Health Personnel by Place of Graduation 25vviHealth Region 7 - Upper Fraser Valley19 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 of Graduation 57Health Region 17 - Peace River - Liard43 Health Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population 5944 Health Personnel by Age and Sex 6045 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 - Vancouver4? .Health 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 81viiviiiHealthRegion 60 - CapitalHealth61 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 ServicesCertified Dental Assistants 88Dental Hygienists 89Dentists 89Medical& Treatment ServicesEmergency Medical Assistants 90Pharmacists 91Physicians 91NursingServicesLicensed Practical Nurses 92Registered Nurses 93Licensed Graduate Nurses 93Registered Psychiatric Nurses 94Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians and Nutritionists 94Psychological ServicesPsychologists 95Rehabilitation ServicesMassage Therapists 95Occupational Therapists 96Physical Therapists 97B Map of British Columbia by Health Regions 99Reports of the Health Human Resources Unit 103INTRODUCTIONINVENTORY UPDATE 96is the second editionof the INVENTORY UPDATE serieswhichpresents a regional analysis of healthpersonnel in the province of BritishColumbia. The information inthese tablesis derived from ROILCALL UPDATE 96, a regularpublication of the HealthHumanResources Unit (HHRU), and the databases of regulatory bodies, professional associations and surveysconductedby the HHRU. Thetables included in this reporthavebeengenerated in response to agrowing needfor regional information in BritishColumbia. Theyhavebeenpublished in this format toincreasethe usability of ROILCALL UPDATE information, but are notmeant to replace that volume,whichoffersmoredetailedinformation about these fourteen healthprofessional groups andtwo sub­groups(first responders andlicensedgraduate nurses).Table 1 givesa brief outline, for eachprofessional group, of the source of data and the dates ofrecordused in producing thesetables.Table 1Source of Data and Date of Record for Selected Health Personnel in B.C.ixOccupationDental ServicesCertified Dental AssistantslDental HygienistsDentistsMedical & Treatment ServicesEmergency Medical AssistantsFll'StRespondersPharmacistsPhysiciansNursing ServicesLicensedPractical Nur,se;Registered NursesLicensed Graduate NursesRegistered PsychiaIric NursesNutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians & NutritionistsPsychological ServicesPsychologistsRehabilitation ServicesMassage TherapistsOccupational TherapistsPhysical TherapistsSource of DataCollege of Dental Surgeons of B.C.College of Dental Hygienists ofB.C.College of Dental Surgeons of B.C.Emergency Medical Assistant Licensing BoardEmergency Medical Assistant llcensing BoardCollege ofPbannacists of B.C.College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C.B.C. Council of LicensedPractical Nurses andCollege ofllcensed Practical Nurses ofB.CRegistered Nurses Association ofB.C.Registered Nurses Association of B.C.Registered PsychiaIric Nurses Association of B.C.B.C. Dietitians' and Nutritionists' AssociationCollege of Psychologists of B.C.College of Massage Therapists of B.C.B.C. Society of Occupational TherapistsCollege of Physical Therapists ofB.C.Date of RecordApril 1997Apr 1996 & Mar 1997Nov 1995 & Apr 1997Jan 1996 & Apr 1997Dec 1995 & Feb 1997Sep 1995 &AIX"1997Oct 1995&Sep 1996Sep 1995 & Sep 1996Jun 1995 & Jun 1996Dec 1995 & Dec 1996Dec 1995 & May 1997Dec 1995 &Jan 1997Dec 1995 & Dec 1996Dec 1995 & Jan 1997Dec 1995 & Jan 1997Dec 1995 & Nov 1996I The registration categor ies with the CDSBC for CDAs have changed to include active or non-practising , thus data are not comparable toprevious years.2 On March 22 1996, the College ofllcensed Practical Nurses of British Columbia (CLPNBC) replaced the British Columbia Coonc il ofLicensed Practical Nurses (BCCl.PN) as the regulatory body for LPNsxTable2 is reproduced from the Introduction to ROUCALL UPDATE 96 and outlinesdata sourcesby type of healthpersonnel group. Users of thesedata shouldbe awarethat not all of thesehealthprofessions have a mandatory registration requirement Whenthereis no registration requirement, dataare takenfrom membership associations, someof whichare thoughtto represent a large proportion ofthoseworking in the field. There are,however, a certainnumberof healthprofessionals who are notmembers of theseprofessional associations andare therefore not countedin these tables. It isimpossible to estimate howmanypeople this represents andwheretheylive or work.Table 2 alsoshowsthe varying proportions of eachgroup that areknownto be working in the field,compared to those that arenot, and those for whom work statusis unknown. The tables in the rest ofthis publication use total numbers for the group, as this represents the potential workforce in eachregion. The distinction between potential workforce andemployed workforce is an important one forhealthplanners to make; the former represents health humanresources available to the region, while thelatteris healthhumanresources currently in use. Moreinformation aboutthe employed workforce isavailable in ROUCALL UPDATE 96.Table 2Health Personnel Groups in British Columbiaby Group Type by Employment Status1996NOT EMPLOYMENTEMPLOYED EMPLOYED STATUSMANDAmRy REGISTRATION GROups INFlELD I INFlEI.D1 UNKNOWN :mIAL.Certified Dental Assistants (COSBC) 624 4,185 4,809Dental Hygienists (CDHBC) 55 1,490 1,545Dentists (COSBC) 89 2,312 2,401Emergency Medical Assistants (EMALB) 2,115 2,115first Responders] (EMALB) 6,624 6,624Phannacists (CPBC) 2,469 317 2,186Physicians (CPSBC) 8,409 8,409licensed Practical Nurses (BCCLPN) 4,524 939 46 5,509Registered Nurses (RNABC) 21,180 2,674 861 31,315licensed Graduate Nurses (RNABC) 314 34 4 352Registered Psychimric Nurses (RPNABC) 2,133 366 2,499Psychologists (CPBC) 164 92 1 851Massage Therapists (CMTBC) 826 12 186 1,024Physical Therapists (CPI'BC) 1,843 244 141 2,234Sub Totals4.5 49,992 5,446 17,641 73,CYl9YOLUNTARy MEMBERSHIP GROUPSDietitians and Nutritionists (BCDNA) 672 104 1 783Occupational Therapists (BCSOl) 722 82 63 867SubTotalss 1,394 186 70 1,650I Includes pononnel who ara knO'M1l0 be employed in !be fieldas reported by !bareguIaIDry body or m<mbenllipsoc:iely.1 Includes pononnel whobavaamembaship or registraIioo SlaIUS whicbmakes lb<minebgible foremploymml in !be field,and IIlosa who an: IqlOned as"employedin aoolber fJeld". "unemployed"."00 leave" or "Dol praa1Sing"by lharegulatorybody or membenllipsoc:iely.} In!ormalion is collected only for lhooeknown \0 be employedas f.m:raspoodus. Ho"",..... actingas a fast raspondtr isIlOllhe pimary duty of IbisemploymentJ!1OUP (i.~ most are fltemOZl or pnUlZlIlen). See Clapler 4.• The sub colAls doubla counc329 RPN. employed in tile field and 110 RPN. nocemployedin lbe field who bold dual regisUalionwith bolb !be RNABCand cbeRPNABC.) The sub 10lAls double counl an unknoVotl number of ~T. and Pr. who bold dual membcsbips in bo!b !be CPrBC and lbeBCSor.The mainbodyof thispublication is comprised of tables, starting with a set for B.C. as a whole,and followed by tablesgrouped by HealthRegion. The first table for each HealthRegion showsnumber andnumber per 10,000 population in 1995 and 1996for eachhealthpersonnel group,withtheexception in this editionof certified dental assistants (CDAs). No comparable 1995data are presentedfor CDAsbecause the registration categories for CDAshaveexpanded to nowinclude both"active" and"non-practising", whereas in the pastonly one category of "registered" was available.The first tablefor eachhealthregionalso showsthe average annual rates of change1 in the numberand number per 10,000 population. The average annual rate ofchangein number is the growthin thenumber of thehealthworkforce for the year, whilethe average annual rate of changein ratio shows thegrowthin the number of the healthworkforce in relation to the growth in the population. For the latterstatistic, a positive number indicates the healthworkforce grewfasterthanthe general population, andanegative number indicates the healthworkforce grewmoreslowlythan the general population. Thisfirst tablealsoincludes numbers of regional hospital beds, community pharmacies, and regionalpopulations.The secondtablefor eachHealthRegion shows age and sex distribution for eachof the groups forwhichit is available fromROLLCALL UPDATE 96. Thefinal tableproduced for eachHealthRegionshowsplaceof graduation information for thosegroups contained in the HHRUbiennial seriesPLACEOF GRADUATION.Appendix A is a compilation of information for eachhealthprofession takenfromROllCAllUPDATE 96. Included are scopeof practice anddefinition of types of registration statusas wellasotherinformation that maybe useful in using the tables. Employment address is usedwherever possibleto locatethe healthprofessionals. Specific percentages of homevs. employment or otheraddress areoutlined for eachgroup. Allof thisinformation shouldbe considered wheninterpreting numbers fromthe tables in this documentA mapof British Columbia by HealthRegions and a tableshowing the conversion between LocalHealthAreasand Health Regions is found in Appendix B. INVENTORY UPDATE 96 presents databasedon the sametwenty healthregions usedin INVENTORY 95. Changes to healthregions whichoccurred in 1995 and 1996havenot yet beenincorporated, because details regarding the newboundaries for healthregions areunavailable.1 Rate of change (in percent) in the number of personnel:[(Personnel 19961PersonneI1995)12/n - 1] X 100.where n =number of months separating the two sets of data .Rate of change (in percent) in the number of personnel relative to the change in population:[((Personnel 19961Personne11995) x (Population 1995/Population 1996)}121n - 1] x 100.where n =number of months separating the two sets of data .xixiiREGIONAL DISTRIBUTIONS123Table 1B.C.-TOTALHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Number per AnnualNumber 10.000Populali... Rale orC.anleHealth Groop 1995 1996 1995 1996 Numbe'" Ralio'Dental ServicesCertifiedDentalAssiSlADIS nla 4,809 nla 12.45 nla nlaDentalHYSiCDisls 1,475 1,545 392 4.00 5.19 2.36DeDIisla 2,303 2.401 6.12 6.22 2.99 1.19Mediclll'" Treatment Se,..,icesEmcrgeacy McdicaJ Assistants 2,754 2,715 7.31 7.03 -1.13 -3.09FJnt ReIpOnders 5.929 6,624 15.74 17.l5 9.97 7.64Pharmacisla 2.733 2,786 7.26 7.22 1.22 -0.36Physicians 8,416 8.409 22.35 21.78 -0.09 -2.78Nursing Se,..,icesLicensedPractical NIIJlleS 5,673 5,S09 15.06 14.27 -2.89 -5.29ReSista'edNW'&eli 30.952 31,315 82.19 81.10 1.17 -1.32LicensedGradualc NW'SeS 389 352 1.03 091 -9.51 -11.74ReSistered PsychiatricNurses 2.681 2,499 7.12 6.47 -4.84 -6.50Nutrition'" Dietary ServicesDietitians&. Nuttitionists 759 783 2.02 2.03 2.70 0.53Psychological ServicesPsychologists 834 857 2.21 2.22 2.76 0.22Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 937 1,024 2.49 2.65 7.91 5.62Ocx:upationaJ TherapislS 829 867 2.20 2.25 4.22 1.85PhysicalTherapists 2.182 2,234 5.79 5.79 2.38 -0.14TOTAL 6S,S46 74,n9 182.81 193.53 U5 5A?Hospital BedsAcute CareBeds 9,331 9,300 24.78 24.09 -0.33 -2.79alended CareBeds 8,617 8,542 22.88 22.12 -0.87 -3.32BassinelS 711 969 1.89 2.51 36.29 32.93Rehabilitation Beds 287 242 0.76 0.63 -15.68 -17.76TOTAL BEDS 18,946 19,053 50.31 49.34 0.56 ·1.91Community Pharmacies 659 666 U5 1.72 0.67 -0.91Populotion 3,766,045 3,861,191 nla nla 2.53 nlaI Dalesof recorddiffer for bealrhgroups. Pleaserefer 10rhe InrrodllClion for specifIC dales of recordfor each group.2 Rate of cban8e (in percent) in rhenumber., Rate of chan8eem percent) in rhenumberper 10,000population.ala - NotapplicableI not onmparable.Prept1T"b,:Healtb HallUUl Resoarces VallThe V.......lJofBrlllsb ColumbiaTable 2B.C. - TotalHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgeUnknown Subtotal SexHealth Group M F M F M __F__M____F__M____F__M____F_ M F _M____F_~~------Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 472 5 2.014 3 1.149 1 442 0 41 0 1 0 15 9 4,194 6 4.809DentalHygienists 0 55 23 648 16 554 10 218 4 12 0 3 0 2 53 1,492 0 1,545Dentists 1 3 310 141 569 172 659 61 301 13 91 3 5 0 2,002 399 0 2,401Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 110 65 625 263 181 214 394 98 14 19 2 1 5 4 1,991 124 0 2.115First Responders 408 30 1.184 161 2.310 128 1,395 54 234 14 12 0 81 13 6,224 400 0 6,624Pharmacists 44 63 405 565 363 431 314 256 113 51 59 1 21 16 1,385 1,401 0 2.186Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 10 9 946 646 1.809 860 1.830 449 1,042 122 616 41 25 4 6,218 2,131 0 8,409Nursing ServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 5 112 58 724 114 1.181 146 1.821 42 546 5 46 8 89 318 5,131 0 5,5Q9RegisteredNurses 18 618 261 6,121 386 10.138 294 9.182 13 3,829 3 361 0 19 1,041 30,214 0 31,315LicensedGraduate Nurses 0 0 0 9 2 90 2 114 0 69 0 6 0 0 4 348 0 352RegisteredPsychiatricNurses 5 41 61 393 123 498 248 689 134 230 6 15 13 31 590 1,909 0 2,499Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 10 5 266 4 261 151 0 35 0 2 2 40 12 111 0 183Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 9 21 15 99 225 203 112 66 28 19 0 0 449 408 0 851Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 9 35 102 211 115 259 48 133 12 22 9 1 1 1 296 128 0 1.024Occupational Therapists 1 20 23 241 21 295 3 114 0 35 1 2 1 44 56 811 0 861PhysicalTherapists 15 38 129 515 120 604 11 522 21 139 2 11 12 23 316 1,858 0 2,234TOTAL 626 1,511 4,812 13,011 6,811 18,205 5,641 14.639 2,228 5,249 840 525 180 313 21,144 53,579 6 74,729Prtf1"rtdby:Hulth Human Rosoureu UnllThe Unl..rallJ or Brlllsh ColumbIaTable 3B.C.-TOTALSelected Health Personnel1 by Place of Graduation1996Place of Graduation1Im1lhGroupDental ServicesCertified Dental AssistantsDental HygienistsDentistsMedical & Treatment ServicesPhamtacistsPhysicians (Directory Active)4,3727048792,1092,22390.9145.5736.6175.1026.441691783881491,0483.5111.5216.165.3512.46471482342417260.989.589.758.878.635224208501,3390.1014.508.661.1915.9212123242316880.257.9610.081.338.184,6051.3771.9512,5926,02495.7689.1381.2693.0471.642031684491852.3784.2210.8718.706.6428.281o1970.020.000.040.320.084.8091,5452.4012,1868,409100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00Nursing ServicesLicensed Practical NursesRegistered NursesRegistered Psychiatric Nurses3,63916,1401,58166.0651.5463.274132,686967.508.583.843632.7323006.598.7212.004233,205o1.6810.230.002061.722o3.74 5.0445.50 26,4850.00 1.97791.5684.5879.113114.8293315.6515.4213.25154I1912.80 5,S090.00 31,3157.64 2,499100.00100.00100.00Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians & Nutritionists 374Psychological ServicesPsychologists 322Relulbilitotion ServicesMassage Therapists 661Occupational Therap ists 315Physical Therap ists 611TOTAL 33,93047.7737.5764.5536.3327.3552.1785192771865,55610.869.220.208.888.338.5470402421685,1198.944.610.204.847.527.87941333231152976,41612.0115.5231.5413.2613.299.87100371511493,36812.77 7234.32 6110.10 9895.88 6006.67 1.4115.18 54,38992.3471.3096.5869.2063.1683.63512461522279810,1866.5128.701.4625.6135.7215.669o2045254631.15 7830.00 8571.95 1.0245.19 8671.12 2,2340.71 65,038100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00I Place01graduallon is not available for all healthgroups. Therefore, the Iolal nuni>ershownhere will be lessthan the loIllt shownIn the fin;llable of thlssccllon.Pupoudby:Health Human Ruoureu UnllThe Unl....ltr or British Columbia67Table 4Health Region 1 - East KootenayHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Nmnberper AnnualNumber 10.000Population Rate of OIangeH...11b Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Numbel' Ratio·Denial ServicesCertifiedDcmal AssislAlllS ala 96 nJa 12.11 ala alaDentalHygienisls 2S 27 3.20 3.41 8.76 7.23Delllials 33 34 4.22 4.29 2.13 1.20Mediad & T,eaJment SenicesEmergency Medical AssisuDts 141 142 18.02 17.92 0.57 -0.47Fust Respoudas 68 88 8.69 11.10 24.73 23.35Pbarmacisls 36 38 4.60 4.79 3.47 2.63PhysiciaDs 123 123 15.72 15.52 0.00 -1.41Nursing ServicesLicau;ed Ptaetica1 NW'SCS 178 192 22.75 24.23 7.87 6.47Registered Nurses 507 522 64.81 65.86 2.96 1.63Licau;ed Graduale NW'SCS 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •RC8istered Psychiatric NW'SCS 15 14 1.92 1.77 -4.75 -5.62Nutrition & Dielllry ServicesDietitiaDS &.NutritiolUsls 13 14 1.66 1.77 6.56 5.38Psyclwlogictzl ServicesPsychologists 8 1.02 1.01 • •RelwbiJilllJion SenicesMassageThaapists 18 22 2.30 2.78 18.77 17.45Occupatioual Thaapists 7 9 0.89 1.14Physical Therapists 34 32 4.35 4.04 -5.88 -7.10TOTAL 1,206 1,361 154.16 171.72 12.85 11.39Hospillli BedsAe:weCareBeds 248 240 31.70 30.28 -3.23 -4.48~1CDdedCareBeds 113 113 14.44 14.26 0.00 -1.29BassiDelS 17 2S 2.17 3.15 47.06 45.16Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTALBEOS 378 378 48.31 47.69 0.00 -1.2:9Community Pharmacies 11 13 1.41 1.64 11.13 10.22Population 78,231 79,255 ala nJa 1.31 alaI Dales of record cliff... for health groups. Please refer to the lntrodudioo for specific dales of record for each group.2 RaEe of change (in percent) in theIlUIDber., RaEe of cbmge [Ill percenI) in lbe Dumberper 10.000 popuIatiOD.• IDdicalestbalthe basefor the rale of change is less than 10.Dla - Not applicable' DOl comparable.Prqxutdby.H.... th H....... Resources u.uThe UoIftnllJ orBrllbb Colu..blaTable 5Health Region 1 - East KootenayHealth Personnel by Age and Sex199600<25 25·34 35·44 45·54 55·64 65+ AgeUnknown Subtotal SexHealth Group M F M F _M__ F M F M F M F M __F__M____F_ UnImown Total------ ---------Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 15 1 43 0 30 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 95 0 96Dental Hygienists 0 1 0 8 2 12 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 24 0 27Dentists 0 0 6 1 7 1 13 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 31 3 0 34Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 7 4 25 18 42 22 17 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 95 47 0 142First Responders 3 1 16 7 26 2 18 1 10 0 0 0 4 0 77 11 0 88Pharmacists 0 0 9 8 2 3 4 6 3 1 1 0 1 0 20 18 0 38Physicians(Non-Posigraduate) 0 0 11 10 37 11 24 3 16 1 8 1 1 0 97 26 0 123Nursing ServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 0 6 2 24 0 77 2 62 0 16 0 0 0 3 4 188 0 192RegisteredNurses 0 13 2 85 9 171 4 174 0 57 0 7 0 0 15 507 0 522LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0RegisteredPsychiatricNurses 0 0 0 3 0 5 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 0 14Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 0 6 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 14Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 6 2 0 8Rehabilittllion ServicesMassageTherapists 0 2 2 5 2 8 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 16 0 22OccupationalTherapists 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 9PhysicalTherapists 0 0 3 7 1 8 1 10 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 26 0 32TOTAL 10 42 77 229 128 356 89 279 42 81 10 8 6 4 362 999 0 1,361Prepared by:H.alth Human Rosoureu UnitThe Unl..r,U, oCBrUlshColumbiaTable 6Health Region 1 - East KootenaySelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place ofGraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Onta rio Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unknown TOTALHealth Group __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_ -!!...- __N_ -!!...- __N_ -!!...- __N_ -!!...- __N_ -!!...- __N_ -!!...-DelltalServicesCerti fied Dental Assistants 85 88.54 6 6.25 2 2.08 0 0.00 0 0.00 93 96.88 3 3.13 0 0.00 96 100.00Dental HY8ienists 5 18.52 6 22.22 4 14.81 3 11.11 4 14.81 22 81.48 5 18.52 0 0.00 27 100.00Dentists 9 26.47 6 17.65 4 11.76 2 5.88 2 5.88 23 67.65 11 32.35 0 0.00 34 100.00Medical & Treatme"tSert'icesPhannacists 24 63.16 6 15.79 5 13.16 0 0.00 0 0.00 35 92.11 3 7.89 0 0.00 38 100.00Physicians (Directory Active) 18 14.63 37 30.08 18 14.63 19 15.45 5 4.07 97 78.86 26 21.14 0 0.00 123 100.00NursingServicesLicensed Practi cal Nurses 137 7 1.35 28 14.58 11 5.73 9 4.69 4 2.08 189 98.44 1 0.52 2 1.04 192 100.00Re8istered Nurses 184 35.25 137 26.25 76 14.56 58 11.11 26 4.98 481 92.15 41 7.85 0 0.00 522 100.00Registered Psych iatric NUl'es 6 42.86 2 14.29 5 35.71 0 0.00 0 0.00 13 92.86 0 0.00 1 7.14 14 100.00Nutritioll & DietaryServicesDietitians &. Nutritionis ts 5 35.71 4 28.57 2 14.29 0 0.00 7.14 12 85.71 2 14.29 0 0.00 14 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologists 3 37.50 2 25.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 62.50 3 37.50 0 0.00 8 100.00Rehabilitalioll ServicesMassage Therapists 9 40.91 0 0.00 0 0.00 13 59.09 0 0.00 22 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 22 100.00Occupational Therapists 5 55.56 0 0.00 1 11.11 2 22.22 1 11.11 9 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 9 100.00Physical Therapi sts 4 12.50 7 21.88 5 15.63 5 15.63 2 6.25 23 7 1.88 8 25.00 1 3.13 32 100.00TOTAL 494 43.68 241 21.31 133 11.76 111 9.81 45 3.98 1,024 90.54 103 9.11 4 0.35 1,131 100.00I Place of STaduation is not available forallhealthSToups. Therefore, the totalnumber shownherewillbe less than the totalshownin the rllllt tableof thissection.P"pawl byHealth Human R••oulU. UnitTb. Unlv.rd.,. orBr""b Columbia1011Table 7Health Region 2 - West Kootenay - BoundaryHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961NlDDberper AmaualNumber 10,000Populatian Rate or OaaneeHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 NumQ Ralio'Denial ServicesCertifiedDeulA1 AaaialADlS nla 115 nla 14.22 nla nJaDelIlaI Hygieaiala 21 24 2.63 297 15.68 14.00DelIllsla 44 41 5.51 5.07 -4.86 -5.76Mf!diclll & T,eatmtlnt ServicesEmergeocy Medical AssislaDlS 168 148 21.05 18.29 -9.64 -10.61FU'IIt ReapoDders 152 142 19.04 17.55 -5.67 -6.75Pharmacisla 57 51 7.14 6.30 -6.78 -7.57Physiciaoa 138 137 17.29 16.93 -0.79 -2.24Nursing ServicesLiceoscd Pracdcal NUIllCS 244 229 30.57 28.31 -6.15 -7.40Registered Nurses 738 732 92.46 9Q.48 -0.81 -214Liceosed Gradualc NUl1lCS 13 13 1.63 1.61 0.00 -1.34Registered PBychiauic NUIllCS 26 22 3.26 2.72 -11.12 -11.96NuJriIion & Dielary Se",icesDictiliaoa & Nutritionists 18 16 2.26 198 -9.60 -10.64PsychologicDl ServicesPsychologists 11 II 1.38 1.36 0.00 -1.34RehabiJiJotion ServicesMassageTherapists 37 31 4.64 3.83 -14.07 -15.06Occupatiooal1benpisls 8 10 1.00 1.24 •PhysicalTherapists 54 54 6.77 6.67 0.00 -1.34TOTAL 1,729 1,776 216.62 219.53 2.72 1.35HospiJal BedsAeute CareBeds 2S4 254 31.82 31.40 0.00 -1.34BxIeDded CareBeds 244 244 30.57 30.16 0.00 -1.34BassiDelS 12 28 1.50 3.46 133.33 130.22RchabililatioD Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTALBEDS 510 516 63.89 65.02 3.14 L76Community Pharmacies 21 20 2.63 2.47 -3.03 -3.85Populotion 79,819 80,900 nla nla 1.35 nlaI Dales of recorddirf.. for bealrh groups. P1cue refer to rh_lDlrocluetion for specificdales of record for eachgroup.2Rateof chang- rill perc:enl) in rh_Dumber., Rateof chaoS_ rm p.......t) in !heDumber per 10,000 population.• Iodicalesrhalthe hue far the ral_of chang- is less lh8D 10.oIa - Not applicableI DOlcomparable.P'q>atNby.HultIl Hu.... Ilcsou..... Uul1The UuJ_lJ orBrtlbb ColumbiaTable 8Health Region 2 - West Kootenay - BoundaryHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996­N<25 25·34 35-44 45·54 55·64 65+ AgeUnknown Subtotal SexHealth Group M F M F M F _M____F_ M __F__M__ F M F _M____F_~ Total------Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 13 1 51 0 40 0 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 114 0 115DentalHygienists 0 1 1 8 2 8 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 20 0 24Dentists 0 0 11 3 9 0 15 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 38 3 0 41Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 8 4 33 19 38 18 18 7 2 1 0 0 0 0 99 49 0 148FirstResponders 15 0 28 1 47 2 40 1 5 0 1 0 2 0 138 4 0 142Pharmacists 1 1 7 6 9 9 6 3 6 0 1 0 2 0 32 19 0 51Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 8 11 40 18 26 7 19 1 7 0 0 0 100 37 0 137Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 1 1 23 5 86 3 87 0 17 0 0 0 6 9 220 0 229Registered Nurses 1 10 9 95 14 271 8 233 0 82 0 7 0 2 32 700 0 732LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 13 0 13RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 0 0 3 I 5 2 6 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 18 0 22Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 4 4 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 14 0 16Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 S 6 0 11RehDbilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 0 0 4 9 5 6 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 13 18 0 31Occupational Therapists 0 0 0 2 1 S 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 9 0 10PhysicalTherapists 0 1 1 7 2 2S 5 7 0 5 0 0 0 1 8 46 0 54TOTAL 25 31 105 242 175 497 129 385 38 117 10 8 4 10 486 1,290 0 1,776Prtpartd by:H•• UhHuman ResourcesUnllTh. Unl..raUyor BrUlshColumbl.Table 9Health Region 2 - West Kootenay - BoundarySelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unknown TOTALHealth Group __N_~ _ _N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~DelltalServicesCertified Dental A!sistanls 98 85.22 7 6.09 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 105 91.30 10 8.70 0 0.00 115 100.00Dental HY8ienisis 6 2S.00 4 16.67 3 12.50 7 29.17 1 4.17 21 87.50 3 12.50 0 0.00 24 100.00Dentists 16 39.02 10 24.39 1 2.44 4 9.76 2 4.88 33 80.49 8 19.51 0 0.00 41 100.00Medical & Treatmellt ServicesPharmacists 39 76.47 8 15.69 3 5.88 0 0.00 1 1.96 51 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 51 100.00Physicians (Directory Active) 28 20.44 22 16.06 6 4.38 32 23.36 6 4.38 94 68.61 43 31.39 0 0.00 137 100.00Nursi"g ServicesLicensed Practical Nunes 183 79.91 18 7.86 8 3.49 6 2.62 3 1.31 218 95.20 7 3.06 4 1.75 229 100.00Registered Nurses 461 62.98 62 8.47 44 6.01 58 7.92 35 4.78 660 90.16 72 9.84 0 0.00 732 100.00Registered Psychiatric Nurses 18 81.82 2 9.09 1 4.55 0 0.00 0 0.00 21 95.45 0 0.00 1 4.55 22 100.00Nutritioll & Dietary ServicesDietitians &. Nutritionis,", 7 43.75 2 12.50 5 31.25 0 0.00 0 0.00 14 87.50 6.2S 6.2S 16 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologists 4 36.36 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 45.45 0 0.00 9 81.82 2 18.18 0 0.00 11 100.00RehabiUtaiion Sen·icesMassage Therapists 16 51.61 0 . 0.00 0 0.00 15 48.39 0 0.00 31 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 31 100.00Occupational Therapists 5 50.00 0 0.00 1 10.00 1 10.00 0 0.00 7 70.00 3 30.00 0 0.00 10 100.00Physical Therapists 13 24.07 9 16.67 2 3.70 9 16.67 2 3.70 35 64.81 18 33.33 1 1.85 54 100.00TOTAL 894 60.69 144 9.78 74 !'l.01 137 9.30 50 3.39 1,199 88.19 167 11.34 7 0.48 1,473 100.00I Placeof graduation is not available forall health groups Therefore. the10la1 numbershownherewill be lessthanthe lotalshownin the fint tableorthis section.P"par.dby:Hcalth Human R.,oor... UnitThe Unlnlllty oCBrltbh Columbl.1415Table 10Health Region 4 • North OkanaganHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Numba-per AnnualNumber 10,000 Populllti... Rllleora."lleH....IhGroup 1995 1996 1995 1996 Numbe? RadoSDenial Set'JlicesCertifiedDental AaaislaDlS n111 147 n111 12.20 n111 nIaDental HYSiCZlisls 41 42 3.51 3A9 2.66 -0.71Dcntisls 53 54 4.54 4AS 1.33 -0.84Me4ic1l1 & Treatment ServicesEmerSCIlCY MedicalAssislanlS 102 101 S.73 8.38 -0.79 -3.19FustResponders 84 107 7.19 8.88 23.05 19.86PIwmacisIs 77 72 6.59 5.98 -4.15 -5.99Alysicians 181 190 15.49 15.77 5A4 1.97Nursing ServicesLiCCDScd Praclical Nwscs 229 222 19.60 18.43 -3.06 -5.98Regislcrcd Nurses 804 832 68.82 69.06 3A8 0.36LiccDIcd GraduateNun;es 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •Resistered Psychialric Nun;es 78 73 6.68 6.06 -4.57 -6.61Nutrition & Dietory ServicesDiclitiallS &. NutritionislS 18 18 1.54 1.49 0.00 -2.59Psychologiclll ServicesPsychologists 8 8 0.68 0.66 • •Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapisu; 22 35 1.88 291 48.88 45.02Oocupatiolll1 Thttapists 18 12 1.54 1.00 -31.22 -33.14PhysicalTherapisls 71 75 6.08 6.23 5.63 2.44TOTAL 1,786 1,988 151.87 165.02 11.31 7.95Hospital BedsAcute CareBeds 259 269 22.17 22.33 3.86 0.72!bncadcd CareBeds 317 305 27.13 25.32 -3.79 -6.69Bassinets 30 31 2.57 2.57 3.33 0.21Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 •TOTALBEDS 606 605 5L87 50,22 -0.17 -3.18Community PlulrlNlcies 20 19 1.71 1.58 -3.19 -5.04Population 116,831 120,469 nllI n111 3.11 nlaI Dalesof n:cordcliff.. forheallb SIOuPS. Plcaserefer 10 Ibe InlrOduction for SpecifICdates of record for each group.1Rateof changerID percent) in lb. Dumber., Rateof chang. rID pcr=t) itllhc Dumber per 10,000population.• Indicates that lb. basefor the rale of change is I... than 10.Dla· NO! applicableI nOl comparable.Pr<part.dby.H..J1ll H..... _rcaU.IITho UaJ-.t1J orBrilIsb ColamblaTable 11Health Region 4 • North OkanaganHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996­01<25 25-34 35-44 45·54 55·64 65+ AgeUnimown Subtotal SexHealth Group M F M F _M____F__M____F_ M F M F _M__ F _M__ F UnImowu~---Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 7 0 51 0 61 0 24 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 146 I 147DentalHygienists 0 2 0 19 0 15 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42 0 42Dentists 0 0 14 4 9 0 16 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 50 4 0 54Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 3 2 21 4 26 15 17 6 5 2 0 0 0 0 72 29 0 101FirstResponders 5 2 22 7 27 9 20 g 5 0 1 0 0 1 80 27 0 107Pharmacists 1 0 10 11 11 11 16 3 5 0 1 0 2 1 46 26 0 72Physicians(Non-Posrgraduate) 0 0 18 11 42 19 47 5 30 0 17 1 0 0 154 36 0 190Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 2 1 22 2 80 4 80 2 22 0 2 2 3 11 211 0 222RegisteredNurses 0 9 4 100 3 298 5 281 0 122 0 8 0 2 12 820 0 832LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0RegisteredPsychiatricNurses 0 0 1 4 0 17 9 24 5 9 1 1 I 1 17 56 0 73Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians & Nutritionists 0 9 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 18Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 5 3 0 8Rehabilitation ServicesM8SS88e Therapists 1 3 4 8 4 8 2 4 0 I 0 0 0 0 11 24 0 35OccupationalTherapists 0 0 0 4 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 12PhysicalTherapists 1 2 1 15 6 16 5 21 2 4 0 1 1 0 16 59 0 75TOTAL 11 30 97 269 130 561 144 468 66 163 21 13 6 8 475 1,512 1 1,988l'rtpartd b,:H•• llh Hum.n RuourcuUnllThe UnlnrsllJ at BrlllshColumbl.Table 12Health Region 4 - North OkanaganSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Albena Man itoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unknown TOTALHealth Group __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~DelltalServicesCertified Dental Assistants 132 89.80 8 5.44 2 1.36 0 0.00 0 0.00 142 96.60 5 3.40 0 0.00 147 100.00Dental Hygienists 14 33.33 10 23.81 6 14.29 4 9.52 2 4.76 36 85.71 6 14.29 0 0.00 42 100.00Dentists 17 31.48 17 31.48 6 11.11 4 7.41 5 9.26 49 90.74 5 9.26 0 0.00 54 100.00Medical & Treatmellt ServicesPharmacists 52 72.22 3 4.17 15 20.83 0 0.00 0 0.00 70 97.22 2 2.78 0 0.00 72 100.00Physicians (DirectoryActive) 53 27.89 31 16.32 27 14.21 21 11.05 15 7.89 147 77.37 43 22.63 0 0.00 190 100.00NursingSen'icesLicensed Practical Nurses 139 62.61 29 13.06 20 9.01 14 6.31 6 2.70 208 93.69 4 1.80 10 4.50 222 100.00Registered Nurses 467 S6.13 126 IS.14 89 10.70 65 7.81 26 3.13 773 92.91 S9 7.09 0 0.00 832 100.00RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 47 64.38 9 12.33 11 15.07 0 0.00 0 0.00 67 91.78 0 0.00 6 8.22 73 100.00Nutritioll & DietarySen'icesDietitians &. Nutritionists 11 61.11 5.56 2 11.11 5.56 5.56 16 88.89 2 11.11 0 0.00 18 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychnlogists 2 2S.00 0 0.00 12.50 12.S0 0 0.00 4 50.00 4 50.00 0 0.00 8 100.00RehabiliJa/ion Ser"icesMassageTherapists 21 60.00 0 0.00 1 2.86 13 37.14 0 0.00 3S 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 35 100.00Occupational Therapists 4 33.33 2 16.67 2 16.67 3 25.00 0 0.00 11 91.67 1 8.33 0 0.00 12 100.00Physical Therapists 22 29.33 10 13.33 9 12.00 3 4.00 2 2.67 46 61.33 29 38.67 0 0.00 75 100.00TOTAL 981 55.11 246 13.82 191 10.73 129 7.25 57 3.20 1,604 90.11 160 8.99 16 0.90 1,780 100.00I Place ofgraduationis nolavailableforallh<althgroup. Therefore, thelotalnumber shown herewillbelessthanthetotal shown in thefirsttableofthissection.P"pD"d by:Heahh Human Ruource. VnltThe Vnln..lty or British Columbia1819Table 13Health Region 5 • South Okanagan - SimilkameenHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961NlDDberper AmtualNumber 10.000Populali... Rale orOgeHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Number> Ratio'Den1a1 Sf!nIicesCertifiedD=tal Asai5lan1l nla 308 nla 13.73 nIa nlaDeatalHygiellisu; 91 94 4.19 4.19 3.60 -0.09Dellliall 119 121 5.48 5.39 1.18 -1.17Medical &: Treatmen;Sf!nIicesEm£rseocyMedicalAsaislallts 166 166 7.65 7.40 0.00 -2.63Fam Respondas 2S4 311 11.71 13.86 18.95 15.60Pharmaci&l& 149 155 6.87 6.91 2.52 0.39PhysiciallS 364 379 16.77 16.89 4.50 0.78Nursing Serl1icesLiceDscd Praak:alN\II'&CS 532 516 24.52 23.00 -3.01 -6.18Resialcnd Nurses 1.735 1.729 79.96 77.07 -0.35 -3.61LiceDscd Gradualc Nun;es 6 6 0.28 0.27 •RcSialcndPsychiaaicNun;es 96 95 4.42 4.23 -0.74 -3.04Nutrition &: DietaryServicesDietitiaaa&. Nwritioui5ts 30 33 1.3S 1.47 8.51 5.46PsychologicalServicesPsychologists 21 23 097 1.03 9.52 594RehabilitotionSf!nIicesMassageTherapists 53 62 2.44 2.76 14.39 11.17Occupational ThcnpislS 53 54 2.44 2.41 1.74 -1.34PhysicalThcrapiSlS 139 142 6.41 6.33 2.16 -1.19TOTAL 3,808 4,194 175.49 186.95 10.14 6.53Hospital BedsAcute Care Beds 604 604 27.84 26.92 0.00 -3.27I!ltccoded Care Beds SS9 SS9 25.76 24.92 0.00 -3.27BassillClS 44 44 2.03 196 0.00 -3.27Rehabilitatioll Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 •TOTALBEOS 1,207 1,207 55.62 53.80 0.00 -3.27Community Pharmacies 38 41 1.75 1.83 492 2.73Populotion 116,991 224,338 nla nla 3.39 nIaI Dalesof recorddiffer for be.llb llJOups. Pleaserefer 10 !be Inlroductiollfor specifIC daresofrecord for each group., Rateof cballgc011 pcrccII1) ill !be 1I1111lber., Rateof cbaIIgeCm perccaI) iIIlhe lIumberper 10,000popuIaliOll.• Indlc:ates lballbe base for the rale of cbaIlgeis less lbaII 10.DI.- Notapplicable IIIOl comparable .P,_<dby'Mallia Ma...... ResodeeesVallTbe VaI-.11y orB.IIIsb ColumbiaTable 14Health Region 5 • South Okanagan. SimilkameenHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ Age Unknown Subtotal SexHealth Group M F _M____F__M__ F _M____F__M____F__M____F__M____F__M__ F Unknown Total---Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 24 0 130 1 119 0 29 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 307 0 308DentalHygienists 0 2 0 41 1 37 0 12 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 93 0 94Dentists 1 0 20 4 24 7 43 1 16 0 5 0 0 0 109 12 0 121Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedical Assistants 12 5 42 14 41 14 26 5 5 1 0 0 0 1 126 40 0 166FirstResponders 31 0 70 2 102 5 77 1 21 0 1 0 1 0 303 8 0 311Pharmacists 2 1 23 19 18 25 26 13 17 3 6 0 1 1 93 62 0 155Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 35 17 107 37 93 10 48 5 25 1 1 0 309 70 0 379Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 3 12 12 63 17 161 12 179 3 42 0 4 0 8 47 469 0 516Registered Nurses 2 18 14 261 17 573 12 548 3 260 0 21 0 0 48 1,681 0 1.729LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 2 1 12 8 19 4 31 0 14 0 1 1 2 14 81 0 95Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 0 13 0 13 4 0 0 0 0 32 0 33Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 2 3 10 2 3 0 0 0 0 16 7 0 23Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 0 1 10 9 8 18 6 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 2S 37 0 62Occupational Therapists 0 3 0 12 1 25 0 9 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 53 0 54PhysicalTherapists 3 1 6 33 12 44 4 29 3 6 0 0 0 1 28 114 0 142TOTAL 54 69 234 632 358 1,101 314 884 120 341 38 28 4 17 1,122 3,072 0 4,194PrtfH'rtd by:H.alth Human RfSOurc.. UnitThe Unl....lt' of British ColumbIaTable 15Health Region 5 - South Okanagan - SimilkameenSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduatlonHealth GroupDelltal ServicesCertifiedDental AnistanlsDentalHygienistsDentistsMedical & Treatment ServicesPharmacistsPhysicians (DirectoryActive)Nursillg ServicesLicensedPractical NunesRegistered Nune.RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses2683S281048S3548384S87.0137.2323.1467.1022.4368.6048.4747.37192127247SS326S106.1722.3422.31IS.4819.7910.2715.3310.53812IS216546271252.6012.7712.4013.SS17.IS8.9115.6726.32o118IS732163o0.0011.706.610.6S15.046.209.430.00o417o181570o0.004.2614.0S0.004.752.914.050.0029Sg39S1503005001,607809S.788g3078.S196.7779.1696.9092.9484.21131126479712264.2211.7021.492.5820.841.367.066.32oooIo9o90.000.000.000.6S0.001.740.009.4730894121ISS3795161,7299S100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians&.Nutritionists 17 51.S2 3 9.09 4 12.12 6 18.18 2 6.06 32 96.97 3.03 o 0.00 33 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologistsRehabilitalioll ServicesMassageTherapistsOccupational TherapistsPhysicalTherapistsTOTAL2 8.7034 54.8416 29.6344 30.991,870 50.394 17.39I 1.6111 20.3711 1.7S524 14.122 8.70o 0.0011 20.3716 11.27496 13.379 39.1327 43.SS4 7.41IS 10.S6333 8.97oo2111390.00 17 73.910.00 62 100.003.70 44 81.48US 97 68.313.75 3,362 90.606 26.09o 0.0010 18.524S 31.69330 8.89oooo190.00 23 100.000.00 62 100.000.00 S4 100.000.00 142 100.000.51 3,711 100.00I Placeofsradua1ionis notavailable forallhealth groups, Therefore, thetotalnumber shown herewill be Iessthanthetotal shown in th.lirst table oClhis section.P"portd by.Heo"" Human Rtlourn. UnitThe Unlvr..tI1orSrln,h Columbia2223Table 16Health Region 6 • Thompson VaneyHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Numba' per AnnualNumber 10.000 Population RateorC....geH..,UhGrOllp 1995 1996 1995 1996 Number:' Ratio'DenliJl SerJ1icesCertifiedDealal AssislaDlS nla 162 nla 12.52 nla nlaDcoIAI Hygic:aists 4S 50 3.S1 3.S6 4.55 1.63Dentists 52 54 4.13 4.17 2.70 0.S3Medical & Treatment SerJ1icesEmerllCllCY MedicalAssistanlS 197 184 15.63 14.22 -5.31 -7.27FIl'5t Responders 219 239 17.37 lS.47 7.7S 5.40Pharmacists SO 79 6.35 6.11 -0.79 -241PbysiciaDs 204 207 16.1S 16.00 1.61 -1.24Nursing ServicesLiceDsed PracticalN\IISCS 247 239 19.59 lS.47 -3.24 -5.72Regisured Nurses 1,062 1,073 84.25 82.94 1.04 -1.56LiceDsed Graduate Nwses 1 1 O.OS O.OS • •Registered Psychilllric Nwses 55 59 4.36 4.56 5.0S 3.17Nutrition & DkliJry ServicesDietitians'" NulritionislS 22 19 1.75 1.47 -lUI -13.75Psychological ServicesPsychologists 9 10 0.71 0.77 • •RehobUiJotion SerJ1icesMassaseTherapislS 25 25 1.9S 1.93 0.00 -221Occupalional Therapists 19 23 1.51 1.7S 19.29 16.46Pbysical11u:rapislS 52 5S 4.13 4AS 11.54 S.67TOTAL 2,292 2,482 181.83 191.84 8.29 5.51HospiJol BedsAcuceCareBeds 370 350 29.35 27.05 -5.41 -7.84Exlellded Care Beds 249 249 19.75 19.25 0.00 -257BassinelS 62 62 4.92 4.79 0.00 -257Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 681 661 54.02 51.00 -2.94 -5.43Community Phormacks 21 21 1.67 1.62 0.00 -1.63Populotion 126,055 129,378 nIa nla 2.64 nla1Dalesof recorddiffer forh••1111 gJOups. Ploaserefer to rh. lnlroductiou forspecific daleS of record for each group.2RaIe of chaDg.[m perOOlll) in rh.llumher.2Raceof chang. [m perCClIl) in rhoIlumberper 10,000populatiOll.• lndicales lhalrho base for the ral. of chaDg. is less than10.uI.· Notapplicable 11101comparabl••P,epartdby:Haith H...... _.rees U.1tno UaiftIlIIlJ ofBrlllsb CoIu..blaTable 17Health Region 6 - Thompson ValleyHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35·44 45-54 55·64 65+ AgeUuJmown Subtotal SexHealth Group M F _l't_f___F__M__ F _M____F__M____F_ M F M F M F UnImown Total--- ---Dental ServicesCertifiedDentalAssistanls 0 17 0 65 0 61 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 162 0 162DentalHygienisls 0 2 1 25 0 13 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 49 0 50Dentists 0 0 7 5 11 0 21 0 ·5 0 5 0 0 0 49 5 0 54Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedical Assistanls 11 8 43 25 37 26 26 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 121 63 0 184First Responders 30 2 62 5 79 2 43 0 15 0 0 0 1 0 230 9 0 239Pharmacisls 1 2 13 14 10 7 8 8 8 2 4 0 2 0 46 33 0 79Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 13 14 67 10 49 12 33 1 8 0 0 0 170 37 0 207Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 2 1 24 1 77 3 102 2 23 0 1 0 3 7 232 0 2~9Registered Nurses 0 25 9 210 8 382 7 305 1 116 0 7 0 3 25 1,048 0 1,073LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1Registered Psychiatric Nurses 0 1 0 4 1 14 4 23 5 6 0 0 1 0 11 48 0 59Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionisls 0 0 6 0 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 19Psychological ServicesPsychologisls 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 10Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapisls 0 1 2 9 1 6 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 5 20 0 25Occupational Therapists 0 2 0 6 0 7 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 0 23PhysicalTherapists 1 1 3 9 5 15 5 11 0 7 0 0 1 0 15 43 0 58TOTAL 43 64 154 421 222 629 171 502 75 161 19 8 5 8 689 1,793 0 2,482Prtptlrtd by:H.alth Human Ro.soureaUnitThe UnlYOrsltJ orBritish ColumbIaTable 18Health Region 6 - Thompson ValleySelected Health Persennel' by Place of Graduation1996Place or GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unlmown TOTALHealth Group __N_ .....!!.....- __N_ .....!!.....- __N_ .....!!.....- __N_ .....!!.....- __N_ .....!!.....- __N_ .....!!.....- __N_ .....!!.....- __N_ .....!!.....- __N_ .....!!.....-Delltal ServicesCcrtificd Dental Assistants 145 89.51 12 7.41 1 0.62 0 0.00 0 0.00 IS8 97.53 4 2.47 0 0.00 162 100.00Dental Hygienists 21 42.00 10 20.00 4 8.00 8 16.00 5 10.00 48 96.00 2 4.00 0 0.00 50 100.00Dcntists 22 40.74 12 2222 S 9.26 5 9.26 4 7.41 48 88.89 6 11.11 0 0.00 54 100.00Medical& Treatment ServicesPhannacists 60 75.95 4 5.06 9 11.39 0 0.00 2 2.53 75 94.94 4 5.06 0 0.00 79 100.00Physicians (Directory Activc) 44 21.26 41 19.81 19 9.18 37 17.87 14 6.76 155 74.88 52 25.12 0 0.00 207 100.00NursingServicesLiccnsed Practical Nurses 143 59.83 29 1213 28 11.72 14 5.86 9 3.77 223 93.31 8 335 8 335 239 100.00Registered Nurses 700 6S.24 92 8.57 92 8.S7 98 9.13 36 3.36 1,018 94.87 S5 5.13 0 0.00 1,073 100.00RegisteredPsychiatric Nunes 32 54.24 2 3.39 10 16.95 0 0.00 0 0.00 44 74.58 7 11.86 8 13.56 S9 100.00Nutritioll & Dietary ServicesDictitians &. Nutritionists 9 47.37 2 10.53 5.26 2 10.53 3 15.79 17 89.47 5.26 5.26 19 100.00PsychowgicalServicesPsychologists S 50.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 9 90.00 10.00 0 0.00 10 100.00Rehabilitation ServicesMassagc Therapists 19 76.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 6 24.00 0 0.00 25 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2S 100.00Occupational Therapists 7 3Q.43 5 21.74 0 0.00 3 13.04 0 0.00 15 65.22 7 3Q.43 1 4.35 23 100.00Physical Thcrapists 17 29.31 7 1207 6 10.34 6 10.34 4 6.90 40 68.97 17 29.31 1 1.72 58 100.00TOTAL 1,224 S9.48 217 10.54 176 8.SS 180 8.7S 78 3.79 1,87S 91.11 164 7.97 19 0.92 2,058 100.00I Place ofgraduationis notavailable forallhealth groups. Therefore, thelotaln~ber shown here willbelessthanthetotal shown inthe first table or thissection.Prtpartd by.Hralth Hullt2a Re.oura. VallThe Valvtr.l17 or Brttl.h Columbia2627Table 19Health Region 7· Upper Fraser VaUeyHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Number per AnnualNumber 10.000 Population Rate ofC1811geHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Number" Ratio'DenllliSerJlk:esCertifiedDental Assistants nla 348 nJa 15.01 nla nJaDeolalHysicaiSls 68 70 3.03 3.02 3.21 -0.43DeDllsts 86 93 3.83 4.01 5.68 3.25Medk:al& TreatmentSerJlk:esEmcrgCIICY MedicalAssislaDts 120 124 535 535 2.66 -0.01F'ust Responders 292 348 13.02 15.01 16.23 13.00Pharmacists 128 133 5.71 5.74 2.45 034Physicians 298 306 13.29 13.20 2.93 -0.70Nursing Se",k:esLic:cnsed Plac:lical Nurses 256 255 11.41 U.OO -0.39 -3.61Regislcted Nurses 1,407 1,421 62.73 6131 1.00 -2.27Lic:cnsed GraduaIcNurses 8 8 036 0.35 • •Rcgialaed l'llychiatric Nwscs 141 136 6.29 5.87 -2.52 -4.75Nutrition & Dielllry Se",k:esDietitians&.NutritionislS 22 25 0.98 1.08 U.58 8.48Psychologk:al Se",k:esl'llycholosists 27 24 1.20 1.04 -11.11 -13.99RehabUitation ServicesMassageTherapists 27 27 1.20 1.16 0.00 -278Occupatiollll1 Therapists 20 18 0.89 0.78 -9.27 -11.98PhysicalTherapislS 76 79 339 3.41 3.95 0.58TOTAL 2,976 3,415 132.69 147.33 14.75 lLINHospitalBedsACUlC CareBeds 448 448 19.97 19.33 0.00 -3.24ExleDded CareBeds 601 601 26.80 25.93 0.00 -3.24BassinclS 24 64 1.07 2.76 166.67 158.04RehabilitatioD Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 1,073 1,113 47.84 48.02 3.73 0.37CommunityPharmacies 34 34 1.52 1.47 0.00 -206Populotion 1Z4,289 231,789 nla nla 3.34 nJaI Dalesof recorddiffer for hca1rhgroups. Pleaserefer 10 !he lnttoductionfor specifiedates of record for eachgroup.2Rale of change (in percenl) in rhe IIWDber., Rate of change em pcrCClll) in rhelIumber per 10,000popu1aliOlL• Indicates rhal rhcbase for rhe rale of change is less lhan 10.Dla- NOl applicable' 1101 comparable.p,<ptUUSby:R..Ub HallUUlRaoarca VallThe ValYmlIlJ orBrilIsb ColamblaTable 20Health Region 7 - Upper Fraser ValleyHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgeUoImown Subtotal SexHealth Group M F __M___F_ M F _M____F__M__ F M F M F _M__ F UuImown Total---Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 48 I 173 0 104 0 21 0 I 0 0 0 0 1 347 0 348DentalHygienists 0 3 I 31 1 23 1 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 6S 0 70Dentists 0 0 19 4 24 7 24 2 11 0 2 0 0 0 80 13 0 93Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedical Assistants 10 0 36 6 39 2 23 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 114 10 0 124First Responders 38 3 125 4 112 5 25 0 4 0 0 0 26 6 330 18 0 348Pharmacists 0 4 27 27 18 18 10 13 10 3 3 0 0 0 68 65 0 133Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 33 19 73 16 78 15 38 3 28 2 1 0 151 55 0 306Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 3 0 34 5 99 2 77 2 29 0 0 0 4 9 246 0 ll5RegisteredNurses 1 41 11 285 15 413 14 415 8 192 0 15 0 1 49 1,372 0 1.421LicensedGraduate Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 8RegisteredPsychialric Nurses 0 2 4 11 9 21 17 38 10 17 2 1 1 3 43 93 0 136Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 0 10 0 9 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 15Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 5 0 9 4 3 0 0 0 18 6 0 24Rehabilitation ServicesMassage Therapists 0 1 1 5 6 7 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 10 17 0 27OccupationalTherapists 0 0 0 4 1 4 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 17 0 18PhysicalTherapists 2 2 6 21 2 16 4 18 3 4 0 0 1 0 18 61 0 79TOTAL 51 107 264 635 310 744 208 630 98 257 37 28 29 17 997 2,418 0 3,415I'ftpartdby:H.alth Human Ruourcu UnitTh. Unh...It, or British ColumbIaTable 21Health Region 7 - Upper Fraser ValleySelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place or GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Coun try Unknown TOTALHealth Gro up __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~Delltal ServicesCertified Dental Assistants 324 93.10 S 1.44 3 0.86 0 0.00 1 0.29 333 9S.69 IS 4.31 0 0.00 348 100.00Dental Hygienists 24 34.29 3 4.29 6 8.S7 19 27.14 8 11.43 60 8S.71 10 14.29 0 0.00 70 100.00Dentists 36 38.71 20 2Ul 13 13.98 1 1.08 6 6.4S 76 81.72 17 18.28 0 0.00 93 100.00Medical& Treat",elltServicesPharmacists 107 80AS 4 3.01 9 6.77 I 0.7S I 0.7S 122 91.73 11 8.27 0 0.00 133 100.00Physicians (Directory Active) 92 30.07 23 7.S2 36 11.76 43 14.0S 16 S.23 210 68.63 96 31.37 0 0.00 306 100.00N"rsillK ServicesLicensed Practical Nun es 14S S6.86 27 10.S9 21 8.24 2S 9.80 14 S.49 232 90.98 8 3.14 IS S.88 2SS 100.00Registered Nunes 728 S1.23 127 8.94 189 13.30 1S2 10.70 77 SA2 1,273 89.S8 148 ID.42 0 0.00 1,421 100.00Registered Psychiatr ic Nurses 70 S1.47 11 8.09 26 19.12 0 0.00 0 0.00 107 78.68 18 13.24 11 8.09 136 100.00N"trition & DietaryServicesDietitians &. Nutritionists 13 S2.00 2 8.00 4 16.00 3 12.00 3 12.00 2S 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2S 100.00Psychological ServicesPsycholo8isla 9 37.S0 2 8.33 2 8.33 2 8.33 3 12.S0 18 7S.00 6 2S.00 0 0.00 24 100.00Rehabilitation ServicesMassage Therapists 16 S9.26 0 0.00 0 0.00 9 33.33 0 0.00 2S 92.S9 1 3.70 1 3.70 27 100.00Occupational Therapists S 27.78 3 16.67 2 11.11 0 0.00 0 0.00 10 SS.S6 6 33.33 2 11.11 18 100.00Physical Therapisla 22 27.8S 10 12.66 S 6.33 11 13.92 S 6.33 S3 67.09 24 30.38 2 2.S3 79 100.00TOTAL 1,591 54.21 237 8.07 316 10.77 266 9.06 134 4.57 2,544 86.68 360 12.27 31 1.06 2,935 100.00I PlaceoC gJUduation is not available Corall healthgroups Therefore, the total number shownhere willbe lessthanthetotalshownm the Iirsttableoethis sectionPrtpDl'.Jby.Health Human R•••u...... VnltThe Vnlveull)' 01Brltbh Columbia3031Table 22Health Region 9 • South Fraser ValleyHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Nwnbcrpcr Ann'"Number 10.000Populallon R.te of a._geHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 NwnW R.tio'Dental ServicesCertificcl IlcDIaI AsaislanlS nI. 689 nI. 13.03 nIa nI.IlcDIaI HygiCZliala 175 180 3.42 3.41 3.12 -0.44Dclllists 257 258 5.02 4.88 027 -1.98Medical & Treatment ServicesEmcrgCllCY Medical AaaistoDl5 110 U5 2.15 2.18 3.62 0.98FUIt ReapoDders 878 950 17.15 17.97 6.99 4.07PIwmacisls 294 303 5.74 5.73 1.92 -0.13PhysiciaDS 6S4 667 12.78 12.62 2.17 -1.36Nuning Se",icesLiceDsccI Practical Nurses 458 430 8.95 8.13 -6.11 -9.09Rcgi&u:rccl Nurses 2,680 2.766 52.36 52.33 321 -0.06LiceDsccI Graduale Nurscs 40 36 0.78 0.68 -10.00 -1285Rcgislcrccl Psychiatric Nurses 237 256 4.63 4.84 5.59 322Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians&.Nutritionists 57 69 1.11 1.31 11.79 14.58Psychological Se",icesPsychologisls 63 65 123 1.23 3.17 -0.10Reluzbilitation ServicesMu$ageTherapisls 12 81 1.41 1.53 10.62 7.61OccupatioD&1 Therapisls 58 72 1.13 1.36 22.09 18.51PhysicalTherapisls 112 190 3.36 3.59 10.47 6.96TOTAL 6,2OS 7,I:Z7 12l.22 134.82 14.86 11.22Hospital BedsAcute CareBeds 748 748 14.61 14.15 0.00 -3.17Exlalded CareBeds 801 801 15.65 15.15 0.00 -3.17Bassinets 11 77 1.39 1.46 8A5 5.01Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 •TOTAL BEDS 1,620 1,626 3L6S 30.76 0.37 -281Community Pluzrmacies 76 78 lA8 1.48 1.65 -0.39PopulDtion 511,859 528,619 nI. nla 3.27 nI.I Dales of recorddiffer forhealth JlIOup'- Please refer 10Ibe IncrodUClion for specifIC dar= of record for eachgroup.2 Rate of change (Ill pcroelll) in the number ., Raceof change (m perct:lll) in the numberper 10,000 population•• lIldicalestba1the base for the rale of change is less !hall 10.Dla- NO(applicable I not CXlmparable.P,_CLlb,"Uallh Uo.... Raou..... UallThe UlIlftnllyorBrilIsb ColumbiaTable 23Health Region 9 - South Fraser ValleyHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35-44 45·54 55·64 65+ AgeUnImown Subtotal SCI:Health Group _M____F_ M _ _F_ M F _M____F__M__ F M __F__M____F_ M F l1nkDowD Total------Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 61 I 293 0 255 1 15 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 686 1 689Dental Hygienists 0 6 2 72 0 61 0 31 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 118 0 180Dentists 0 0 31 14 83 30 63 1 23 1 6 0 0 0 206 52 0 258Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedical Assistants 0 0 24 2 52 5 23 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 106 9 0 115FirstResponders 11 2 325 11 333 9 158 3 22 1 1 0 8 0 918 32 0 950Pharmacists 5 2 55 64 49 39 28 25 20 4 6 1 5 0 168 135 0 303Physicians (Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 68 32 128 90 161 41 14 1 59 1 0 0 490 111 0 661Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 1 12 2 55 6 122 12 152 4 51 I 6 0 6 26 404 0 430RegisteredNurses 2 69 14 420 19 813 24 923 1 316 I 36 0 2 61 2.699 0 2.166LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 6 0 1 1 13 0 8 0 1 0 0 1 35 0 36RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 1 6 6 44 1 53 14 81 13 20 2 3 1 5 44 212 0 256Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians & Nulritionists 0 0 0 29 0 24 0 9 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 69 0 69Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 8 5 19 12 16 3 0 0 0 44 21 0 65Rehabilitation ServicesMassage Therapists 2 3 8 24 12 20 I 9 0 1 I 0 0 0 24 51 0 81Occupational Therapists 0 2 1 19 0 21 0 11 0 2 1 0 0 3 2 10 0 72PhysicalTherapists 3 2 9 42 14 52 5 41 3 11 0 1 2 5 36 154 0 190TOTAL 85 165 546 1,134 711 1,678 510 1,441 189 491 19 55 16 26 2,136 4,990 1 7,121Pupared 6y:H.allh Human Ruourcu UnitThe Unh•.,IIJ of Brlllsh ColumbiaTable 24Health Region 9 - South Fraser ValleySelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place ofGraduationHealth GroupDemal ServicesCcrtificdDental AssistantsDcntalHygicnistsDentists597 g6.6590 50.00136 52.7120IS282.908.3310.851016301.458.8911.63o25210.0013.898.\4313120.447.224.65630 91.44159 88.33227 87.98S9 8.5621 11.6731 1202ooo0.000.000.00689 100.00180 100.00158 100.00Medical & Treatment ServicesPharmacistsPhysicians(DirectoryActivc)Nursillg ServicesLicensedPractical NurscsRegisteredNurscsRegistered PsychiatricNurses23SIgl2641,39618377.5627.1461.4050.4711.4813634219994.299.459.777.193.52246327267297.929.456.289.6S11.33594442S8o1.6514.0910.239.330.00S5018140o1.657.S04.195.060.002824S13952,26022193.0767.6291.g681.7186.331921625S06166.2732.385.8118.296.152o10o190.660.002330.007.423036674302,7662S6100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians&. Nutritionists 3S 50.72 9 13.04 6 8.70 8 1U9 7 10.14 65 94.20 3 4.35 1.45 69 100.00PsycholDgical ServicesPsycholcgistsRehabiliJaJioll ServicesMIISIgCThcrapistsOccupationalTherapistsPhysicalTherapistsTOTAL23 3S.3864 79.0129 40.2849 15.793,282 54.466o5204299.230.006.9410.537.124o3194986.150.004.\710.008.268 123116 19.7510 13.8922 11.58511 8.482o6102663.08 43 66.150.00 so 98.77833 S3 73.615.26 120 63.164.41 4,986 82.7422 33.85o 0.0016 222269 36.321,003 16.64o131370.00 65 100.001.23 81 100.004.17 72 100.000.53 190 100.000.61 6,026 100.00I Plsee of IlJ1ldualion is notavailableforall healthgroups. Therefore, the total number shownherewill beIus thanthe lotalshownin the firsttableor thissection.Pup.,.,I by.H..1thHuman Ruoulftl UnbThe UnlY,,"I!)' or Brlhlh ColumbIa3435Table2SHealth Region 10· Simon FraserHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Number per AnnualNumber 10,000Populali... Rale of o,anceHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Numbel' Ratio'DenttJIStJnIkesCertifiedDcatal Assistants ilia 476 nJa 15.89 ilia nJaDeotalHygieaista 98 103 3.41 3.44 5S8 1.00Dentisla 162 173 5.63 5.77 4.75 1.79Medical & Treatment SenkesElIIl:rgeocy MedicalAssistants 80 85 2.78 2.84 497 1.61Fust Responders 464 492 16.13 16.42 5.15 lS5Pbarmacisls 197 214 6.85 7.14 537 2.70PhysiciaDS 562 551 19.53 1839 -2.13 -6.38Nursing SenkesLicensed PracticalNurses 357 339 12.41 1131 -5.04 -8.82Registered Nurses 2.666 2.717 92.67. 90.68 1.91 -2.14Licensed Gradua1e Nurses 17 20 0.59 0.67 17.65 12.96Registered Psychialric Nurses 1.075 937 37.37 31.27 -9.24 -11.81Nutrition & DiettJry SenkesDietitiaDS &. Nutritionists 70 69 2.43 2.30 -1.23 -4.61Psyclwlogical Service«Psychologista 55 56 1.91 1.87 1.82 -2.24RelwbUittJtion ServkesMlI8SlIgeTherapists 37 57 1.29 1.90 44.83 39.87Occupational TherapiSl& 52 55 1.81 1.84 531 1.44Physical Therapists 146 141 5.07 4.71 -3.42 -7.27TOTAL 6,038 6,485 209.87 216.43 7.40 3.13Hospital BedsAewe Care Beds 720 710 25.03 23.70 -1.39 -532I!ltleDded Care Beds 60S S9S 21.03 19.86 -1.65 -5.57Bassinets 84 84 2.92 2.80 0.00 -3.98Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 1,409 1,389 48.97 46.36 -1.42 -5.34Community Plwrnwcies 40 42 139 1.40 3.13 0.52Populotion 287,700 299,630 ilia ilia 4.15 nJaI Dalesof recordcliff... forbeallb poups. Pleaseref... 10 Ibe lDb'oduction for specifIC dales of recordfor each group.2 Raleof change(in pcrcenI) in Ibe1l1IIIIber., Rale of changeem pcrceol) in !he Dumberper 10,000population.• lodiCales lhat the basefor therate of change is less than 10.Dla• Not applicable/ not comparable.P,_edb,.Haith Ha..... Resoarces UallThe UaI..m1J of Brlllsb Cola......Table 26Health Region 10 - Simon FraserHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgeUnknown SubtolaJ SexHralth Group _M____F__M____F_ M F _M____F_ M F _M____F__M__ ----!...- M F UnJmowu Total---Dental ServicesCertifiedDentalAssistants 0 35 0 216 0 176 0 39 0 7 0 0 0 2 0 475 1 476DentalHygienists 0 4 0 50 2 39 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 100 0 103Dentists 0 0 40 16 40 14 34 5 19 1 4 0 0 0 137 36 0 173Medical & Treatment Serv icesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 0 1 18 5 40 5 13 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 73 12 0 85FirstResponders 13 1 119 13 204 10 III 7 12 1 1 0 0 0 460 32 0 492Phannacists 0 5 34 40 22 37 29 25 11 5 1 0 4 1 101 113 0 214Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 1 2 60 31 111 54 134 32 79 8 35 2 2 0 422 129 0 551Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 6 6 46 8 104 14 114 2 27 0 2 0 10 30 309 0 339Registered Nurses 3 67 16 491 22 934 56 804 15 286 1 21 0 1 113 2.604 0 2.717Licensed GraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 20RegisteredPsychiatricNurses 3 17 28 145 48 138 118 256 66 98 1 4 4 11 268 669 0 937Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 19 2 24 0 16 0 4 0 0 2 3 66 0 69Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 2 6 8 19 11 5 3 0 0 0 31 25 0 56Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 1 8 4 20 4 10 2 4 0 2 0 0 0 2 11 46 0 57Occupational Therapists 0 1 3 12 5 19 0 8 0 5 0 0 1 1 9 46 0 55Physical Therapists 0 4 8 35 9 42 3 26 1 7 0 2 3 1 24 117 0 141TOTAL 21 152 337 1,141 523 1,618 534 1,365 212 460 43 32 15 31 1,685 4,799 6,485Prtpartd by:Hullh Humin RuourcuUnllTh. Unh...lI, or Brllt.h ColumbllTable 27Health Region 10 - Simon FraserSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationHealth GroupDelltal ServicesCertifiedDentalAssistantsDentalHygienistsDentistsMedical& Treatmen: SeTl,icesPharmacistsPhysicians (Directory Active)NursingServicesLicensed PracticalNunesRegistered NunesRegistered Psychiatric Nurses4314g791611442121,52159490.5546.6045.6675.2326.1362.5455.9863.3918112496114127123.7810,6813.874.2111.074.134.671.2851122124125218681.0510.6812.725.617.447.378.027.26o12868431217o0.0011.654.622.8015.259.147.990.00o121866414111o0.0011.6510.4028011.624.134.090.00454941511943942962,19467495.3891.2687.2890.6571.5187.3280.7S71.932292219157375232114.628.7412728.8828.4910.9119.2522.52ooo1o6o520.000.000.000.470.001.770.00S.SS476103173214S513392,717937100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00Nutritioll & Dietary ServicesDietitians&. Nutritionists 39 56.52 10 14.49 3 4.35 6 8.70 3 4.35 61 88.41 7 10.14 I.4S 69 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologistaRehabilitation ServicesMassage TherapistsOccupationalTherapistsPhysicalTherapistsTOTAL26 46.4352 91.2315 27.2745 31.913,367 57.182o8113073.570.0014.557.805.213oI104195.360.001.827.097.12454213987.148.777.2714.896.766o31024710.71 41 73.210.00 57 100.005.45 31 56.367.09 97 68.794.19 4,738 80.4715 26.79o 0.0024 43.6443 30.501,089 18.50oooI610.00 56 100.000.00 57 100.000.00 55 100.000.71 141 100.001.04 5,888 100.00I Place DC gmdualion is not available Cor all healthgroups Therefore, the tolal numbershownherewill be less than the total shownin the fust tableoelhis section.P"pa"d by.Health Human R.sou ...... UnitTh. Unl.....I'" of Brld.h Columbia3839Table 28Health Region 11 - Coast GaribaldiHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Numberpel' Ann'"Number 10.000Populalion Ral., or 0.8111"HeallhGrllllp 1995 1996 1995 1996 Number> Ratio'Dentlll SUl'icesCertifiedIlcolal AssisunlS nla 80 nla 10.81 nla nJaIlcolalHYSieaisls 30 31 4.21 4.19 3.64 ·0.54Dentisls 35 36 491 4.86 2.Ql -0.68Medical & Trt!QlmentSUl'ices~ClIC)'MedicalAssistants 129 120 18.10 16.21 ·5.62 ·8.43FustRcspoDdenl 168 201 23.57 27.16 16.62 12.90Pharmacisla 55 51 7.72 6.89 -4.66 ·6.90Physicians 103 103 14.45 13.92 0.00 -4.04Nursing ServicesLiceosed Practical Nwses 108 103 15.15 13.92 -4.63 -8.17Resislcred Nurses 385 389 54.02 52.55 1.04 -271Licc:DsecI GraduateNurses 2 2 0.28 0.27 • •Resistered Psychilllric NWllCS 25 26 351 3.51 2.81 0.10Nutritwn & Dietllry Sel'1licesDietitilJlS k NUlritioDists 7 7 098 095 •Psychological ServicesPsycholosisls 6 6 0.84 0.81Reluzbililalwn ServicesMassaseTherapi5lS 41 51 5.75 6.89 20.57 16.73Occupatiolll!Therap ists 8 10 1.12 135 • •PhysicalThcnpisls 46 53 6A5 7.16 15.22 10.95TOTAL 1,148 1,269 161.07 171.44 19.54 6.44Hospitlll BedsAcut, Car,Beds 107 107 15.01 14.46 0.00 ·3.71ExlelldedCare Beds 145 145 20.34 19.59 0.00 -3.71Bassillel.s 26 26 3.65 3.51 0.00 ·3.71RehabilitationBeds 0 0 0.00 0.00 •TOTALBEDS 278 m 39.00 37.56 0.00 -3.71Community Pharmacies 18 18 253 2.43 0.00 -236Populotwn 71,274 74,018 nJa nJa 3J1S nIBI DalesoCrecord differ Cor bealll1 groups. P1ease r,Cer10 IbeInttocluetion Cor specificelates of record Cor each group.2 Rale oCchang" (in pereeat) in lb, number.l Rate oCc:l=g' ("Ill perc:eol) in 111, numberper 10,000 populauOD.• Indicates tb8Ilhe base Cor 111, rale oCchang' is 1... tban10.afa - NOlapp1icab1c I nol CX>mp&able.P,_ed by:HeallI1 HIUIWI Resouras Ualln.. UahasllJ of Brl lkb CohllablaTable 29Health Region 11 • Coast GaribaldiHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgeUDImown Subtotal Sexllea1th Group _ M____F_ M __F__M__ F _ M____F_ M __F__M____F__M__ F _M__ F UuImown TotalDental ServicesCertified DentalAssistants 0 4 0 29 0 39 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 80 0 80DentalHygienists 0 0 0 13 0 10 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 31 0 31Dentists 0 0 5 2 8 2 9 1 5 1 3 0 0 0 30 6 0 36Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 3 4 33 12 26 13 15 1 4 2 1 0 0 0 82 38 0 120First Responders 15 1 54 6 18 4 28 4 1 0 0 0 4 0 186 15 0 201Pharmaclsts I 1 10 11 4 13 4 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 24 21 0 51Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 10 1 23 15 23 2 13 1 9 0 0 0 18 25 0 103Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 2 2 23 2 34 1 21 1 9 0 1 0 1 6 97 0 103Registered Nurses 0 3 3 69 2 152 1 104 1 49 0 5 0 0 1 382 0 389LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 0 1 8 2 10 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 22 0 26Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 7Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 6ReWilitalion ServicesMassageTherapists 0 1 1 18 2 15 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 40 0 51Occupational Therapists 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 0 10PhysicalTherapists 0 2 3 18 1 10 1 14 1 2 0 1 0 0 6 41 0 53TOTAL 19 19 128 218 149 324 88 188 36 68 15 8 4 5 439 830 0 1,269Prtpartd by:H..llh HumIn Resourc..UnllThe Un.....II, or BritishColumbIaTable 30Health Region 11 - Coast GaribaldiSelected Health Personnel1 by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationS85katchewan &D.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unknown TOTALHealth Group __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~Delltal ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 73 91.25 2 2.50 2 2.50 1 1.25 1 1.25 79 98.75 1 1.25 0 0.00 80 100.00Dental Hygienists 13 41.94 7 22.58 1 3.23 3 9.68 3 9.68 27 87.10 4 12.90 0 0.00 31 100.00Dentists 16 44.44 I 2.78 2 S.S6 3 8.33 S 13.89 27 7S.00 9 2S.00 0 0.00 36 100.00Medical & Treatment ServicesPhannac:isls 38 74.S1 3 S.88 S 9.80 2 3.92 1 1.96 49 96.08 1 1.96 1 1.96 SI 100.00Physicians (DirectoryActive) 27 26.21 11 10.68 9 8.74 22 21.36 13 12.62 82 79.61 21 20.39 0 0.00 103 100.00Nursillg ServicesLicensedPractical Nunes 81 78.64 S 4.85 4 3.88 6 S.83 5 4.85 10I 98.06 I 0.97 1 0.97 103 100.00Registered Nun es 210 S3.98 29 7.46 29 7.46 51 13.11 24 6.17 343 88.17 46 11.83 0 0.00 389 100.00Registered Psychiatric Nunes 25 96.1S I 3.8S 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 26 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 26 100.00Nutritioll & Dietary ServicesDietitians &:Nutritionists 3 42.86 0 0.00 0 0.00 14.29 3 42.86 7 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 7 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologisla 3 SO.OO 0 0.00 16.67 0 0.00 0 0.00 4 66.67 2 33.33 0 0.00 6 100.00RehabiUtatioll ServicesMassage Therapisla 31 60.78 0 0.00 0 0.00 17 33.33 0 0.00 48 94.12 2 3.92 1 1.96 SI 100.00Occupational Therapisla 1 10.00 I 10.00 0 0.00 3 30.00 0 0.00 S SO.OO 4 40.00 I 10.00 10 100.00Physical Therapists 13 24.S3 4 7.SS 0 0.00 IS 28.30 5 9.43 37 69.81 16 30.19 0 0.00 S3 100.00TOTAL 534 S6.4S 64 6.77 53 S.6O 124 13.11 60 6.34 835 88.27 107 11.31 4 0.42 946 100.00I Place ofgraduationis net available forallhealth groups. Therefore, the totalnumbershown here willbelessthan thetotal shown in thefirst table ofthissection.PrtpDrt d by.HeafthHuman ResourcesUnItThe Unl",roltyorBrltbh ColumbIa .j:l.-4243Table 31Health Region 13 • Central Vancouver IslandHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Nambcrper AnnualNumber 10.000Populali ... Rale ora.BllBeHealth GrDllp 1995 1996 1995 1996 Numbel' Ratio'Dentsl SerJlkesCertifiedDealAI AssislaDlS nla 375 nla 15.70 nla nlaDelllAI HygieDialS 75 80 3.23 335 7.29 3.97Denliala 107 120 4.61 5.03 8.43 6.24Medkal & Treatment Se",kesEmergencyMedicalAssislAnlS 224 230 9.66 9.63 2.14 -0.19FII'8t Responders 516 562 22.24 23.54 7.59 4.97PbarmacislS 135 140 5.82 5.86 232 0.48Physicians 379 380 16.34 15.91 0.29 -282Nursing Se",kesLiceDSed Practical Nwses 481 484 20.73 20.27 0.62 -224Regisla'edNurses 1,432 1,476 61.73 61.81 3.07 0.14Licensed Graduale NUIlIeS 9 9 039 038 • •Regislerc:d Fsychialric Nwses 70 64 3.02 2.68 -6.13 -8.02Nutrition & Diets,., ServicesDietiliAns &. NulriliomslS 28 34 1.21 1A2 18.11 15.22Psychological Service«PsychologislS 31 33 134 138 6.45 3.42Rehabilitation Sen/icesMassageTherapislS 43 52 1.85 2.18 17.69 14.82Occupational TherapislS 49 48 2.11 2.01 -1.89 -4.46PhysicalTherapislS 109 112 4.70 4.69 2.75 -0.17TOTAL 3,688 4,199 158.97 175.8S 13.86 10.62Hospital BedsAcute CareBeds 491 491 21.16 20.56 0.00 -284Exlended CareBeds 383 383 16.51 16.04 0.00 -284BassinelS 16 66 0.69 2.76 31250 300.76RehAbililAlion Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTALBEDS 890 940 38.36 3937 5.ti2 2.61Community Pharmacies 43 42 1.85 1.76 -1.48 -3.25Population 231,988 238,781 nla nla 2.93 nlaI Dales of=on! differforhealrh groups. Please refer10 rhe1oltOduciioD forspecific dalesofrecord foreach group.2 Rate of chAn8e (in percent) in rheDumber.l Rate of cbaD8e rm perCClll) in rheDumber per 10,000population.• lodicales lhat the base for!he raleofchange is 1... lhan 10.nla - Not applicable I Dot comparable.p,<ptUedVy'Health H.IDAD _urea u.1tThe Ualft..lly orBrilIsb ColumbiaTable 32Health Region 13· Central Vancouver IslandHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgeUnknown Subtotal Sell:Health Group _M____F__M__ F _ M__ F _M____F__M____F___M_ F _M__ F _M____F_ Un1mown~Dental ServicesCertified Dental Assistants 0 31 1 160 0 135 0 38 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 313 1 315Dental Hygienists 0 1 2 33 0 31 1 11 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 11 0 80Dentists 0 0 25 3 31 11 28 1 11 0 4 0 0 0 105 15 0 120Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergcncyMcdical Assistants 10 9 62 24 39 25 38 13 8 2 0 0 0 0 151 13 0 230First Responders 59 4 160 15 181 20 91 8 13 4 2 0 4 1 510 52 0 562Pharmacists 3 4 16 22 20 26 16 9 13 4 5 0 I 1 14 66 0 140Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 26 12 105 32 90 11 53 1 31 1 0 0 311 69 0 380Nursing ServicesLicensed Practical Nurses 0 8 2 51 2 199 6 114 2 31 0 3 0 6 12 412 0 ~Registered Nurses 0 12 5 209 11 411 8 506 4 218 0 19 0 1 34 1,442 0 1,416LicensedGraduate Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 9 0 9RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 0 1 9 3 11 5 22 1 5 0 0 0 1 10 54 0 64Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians & Nutritionists 0 0 0 8 0 12 0 11 0 2 0 0 0 0 34 0 34Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 3 3 10 9 4 3 0 0 0 20 13 0 33Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 1 2 4 12 5 19 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 39 0 52OccupationalTherapists 0 0 1 9 0 24 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 41 0 48PhysicalTherapists 0 1 2 18 1 33 3 36 4 5 0 0 1 2 11 95 0 112TOTAL 73 18 301 585 413 1,065 299 873 119 286 51 25 6 18 1,268 2,930 1 4,199Prtpartd by:H.allh Human RuourctS UnitThe Unl>..01l1of Brllloh ColumbIaTable 33Health Region 13 - Central Vancouver IslandSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduallonSll5katchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Count!}' Unknown TOTALHn Uh Group __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~DelltalServicesCertified Dental A!Sistants 364 97.07 9 2.40 0 0.00 I 0.27 0 0.00 374 99.73 I 0.27 0 0.00 375 100.00Dental Hygienlsts 37 46.25 16 20.00 6 7.50 10 12.50 6 7.50 75 93.75 5 6.25 0 0.00 80 100.00Dentists 46 38.33 30 25.00 13 10.83 10 8.33 12 10.00 111 92.50 9 7.50 0 0.00 120 100.00Medical & Treatmellt ServicesPharmacists 112 80.00 2 1.43 19 13.57 3 2.14 0 0.00 136 97.14 4 2.86 0 0.00 140 100.00Physicians(DirectoryActivc) 98 25.79 58 15.26 31 8.16 59 15.53 22 5.79 268 70.53 III 29.21 1 0.26 380 100.00NursillgServicesLicensed Practical Nurses 390 80.58 26 5.37 22 4.55 22 4.55 12 2.48 472 97.52 9 1.86 3 0.62 484 100.00RegisteredNun es 761 51.S6 151 10.23 123 8.33 191 12.94 71 4.81 1,297 87.87 179 12.13 0 0.00 1,476 100.00RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 41 64.06 1 1.S6 11 17.19 0 0.00 0 0.00 53 82.81 2 3.13 9 14.06 64 100.00Nlltritioll & Dietary ServicesDietitians&. Nutritionists 12 35.29 7 20.59 5 14.71 5 14.71 3 8.82 32 94.12 0 0.00 2 5.88 34 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologists 8 24.24 2 6.06 3.03 9 27.27 2 6.06 22 66.67 1l 33.33 0 0.00 33 100.00Rehabilitation ServicesMI5!agc Therapists 30 57.69 0 0.00 0 0.00 20 38.46 0 0.00 50 96.15 1 1.92 1 1.92 52 100.00OccupationalTherapists 18 37.50 1l 22.92 2 4.17 4 8.33 2 4.17 37 77.08 8 16.67 3 6.15 48 100.00Physical Therapists 25 22.32 14 12.50 12 10.7 1 13 11.61 5 4.46 69 61.61 42 37.50 1 0.89 112 100.00TOTAL 1,942 57.l5 327 9.62 245 7.21 347 10.21 135 3.97 2,996 88.17 382 11.24 20 0.59 3,398 100.00I Placeorgraduslicn is nOI available forall healthgroups, Therefore, the totalnumber shownherewill be lessthanthe lotalshown inthe firsttableor thissection.Preparedby.Heallb Human RuoulU. UnllTbe Unlnrolly of Brld.h Columbia4647Table 34Health Region 14 - North IslandlMid CoastHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Namberper AIm'"Number 10.000 Population Rateora...seHe8Ith Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Namberz Ratio>DenlolServicesCertified DeIllAl Assistants nla 192 nla 16.05 nIa nlaDenu1 HygiCZlisla 47 49 4.05 4.09 4.65 131De1ltlsts 56 62 4.82 5.18 7A5 5.22Medicol & TreatmentSenicesEmergezlCY McdicalAssislanls 216 216 18.60 18.05 0.00 -2.35Fust Responders 138 191 11.88 15.96 32.13 28.80Pharmacisls 52 57 4.48 4.76 5.97 4.00Physicians 174 175 14.98 14.62 0.63 -2.58NlU'sing SenicesUceased Prac:tical Nurses 219 208 18.85 17.38 -5.02 -7.80RegisteredNurses 776 783 66.81 65.44 090 -2.05Uceased GraduaIc Nurses 7 7 0.60 0.58 •Registcn:dPsychillricNurses 33 32 2.84 2.67 ·2.15 -4.18Nutritwn & DretDry ServicesDietitians &.Nutritionists 12 14 1.03 1.17 14.13 11.25PsyclwlogicolServicesPsychologisls 14 14 1.21 1.17 0.00 -2.93Re1llJbilitDlwn ServicesMassageTherapisls 28 28 2.41 234 0.00 -2.52Occupational Thcrapisls 16 16 138 134 0.00 -2.71PhysicalThcrapisls 56 55 4.82 4.60 -1.79 -4.66TOTAL 1,844 2,099 158.75 175.41 13.13 10.49HospilillBedsACIIle CareBeds 241 231 20.75 1930 -4.15 -6.96Extended Care Beds 189 189 16.27 15.79 0.00 -2.93Bassillds 4 24 034 2.01Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 •TOTAL BEDS 434 444 37.36 37.11 2.30 .0.69CommunityP1IlJrmacres 17 19 1.46 1.59 7.28 5.28Popullltwn 116,155 119,660 nla nla 3.02 nlaI Dalesof m:ord differ for bea1!h groups. Please rerer 10 !he Introduction for speeiI'Je dales of record for eachgroup.2 Rale of change(in percent) in tbe number., Rateof change (IDperct:nl) in tbe Dumber per 10,000population.• 1ndicateslhalthe basefor the rareof changeis I... thao 10.nla - NotapplicableI DOl comparable.P,qxuedbyHeallb Hu...... Rcsour<cS UultTIle UuI-.t1y .rBrllIsIl ColllmbiaTable 3SHealth Region 14· North IslandIMld CoastHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35·44 45-54 55·64 65+ AgeUnImown Subtotal SexHealth Group _M____F_ -M- F M F -M- __F_ M F M F _M____F__M__ F ~ TotalDental ServicesCertified DenIalAssistants 0 15 0 61 0 98 0 15 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 192 0 192DentalHygienisls 0 2 0 17 0 25 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 48 0 49Dentists 0 1 16 3 9 3 21 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 54 8 0 62Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergency MedicalAssistants 4 8 45 29 50 25 30 14 6 2 1 0 0 2 136 80 0 216FirstResponders 14 1 50 4 11 8 33 1 8 0 1 0 0 0 177 14 0 191Pharmacists 3 1 8 12 11 7 4 5 3 1 1 0 0 1 30 27 0 57Physicians (Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 13 14 49 11 45 9 21 2 10 0 1 0 139 36 0 175Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 2 1 35 3 69 1 68 0 26 0 1 0 2 5 203 0 2Q8Registered Nurses 0 2 5 122 7 288 3 239 0 107 0 10 0 0 15 768 0 783LicensedGraduate Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 o· 0 7 0 7RegisteredPsychiatricNurses 0 0 0 2 0 15 1 10 1 1 0 0 1 1 3 29 0 32Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionisls 0 0 0 2 6 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 14Psychological ServicesPsychologisls 0 0 0 0 4 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 8 6 0 14Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 0 1 1 3 3 10 1 5 0 3 0 1 0 0 5 23 0 28OccupationalTherapists 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 16 0 16PhysicalTherapisls 0 0 3 9 4 15 2 16 1 4 0 0 0 1 10 45 0 55TOTAL 21 33 142 315 209 587 146 406 50 151 14 12 2 11 584 1,515 0 2,099Prtpartd by:H..llh Human Ruourcu UnitTh. Unl...,lI, or Brllish ColumbiaTable 36Health Region 14 - North IslandlMid CoastSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationSaskatchewan&B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Count!}' UnlmoWII TOTALHea\lh Group __N_ --L __N_ --L __N_ --L __N_ ......!!...- __N_ --L __N_ ......!!...- __N_ --L __N_ --L __N_ --LDentalServicesCertified DentalAssistants 176 91.67 10 5.21 1 0.52 0 0.00 1 0.52 188 97.92 4 2.08 0 0.00 192 100.00Dental Hygienists 17 34.69 3 6.12 7 14.29 11 22.45 3 6.12 41 83.67 s 16.33 0 0.00 49 100.00Dentists 16 25.81 16 25.81 6 9.68 7 11.29 9 14.52 54 87.10 8 1290 0 0.00 62 100.00Medical & Treatment ServicesPharmacists 37 64.91 4 7.02 11 19.30 2 3.51 2 3.51 56 98.25 1 1.75 0 0.00 57 100.00Physicians(DirectoryActive) 46 26.29 21 12.00 17 9.71 21 12.00 18 10.29 123 70.29 52 29.71 0 0.00 175 100.00Nursillg ServicesLicensedPractical Nunes 138 66.35 8 3.85 9 4.33 23 11.06 13 6.25 191 91.83 10 4.81 7 3.37 208 100.00Registered Nurses 388 49.55 69 8.81 79 10.09 107 13.67 67 8.56 710 90.68 73 9.32 0 0.00 783 100.00RegisteredPsychiatric Nunes 18 56.25 6 18.75 4 12.50 0 0.00 0 0.00 28 87.50 0 0.00 4 12.50 32 100.00NutriJion & Dietary ServicesDietitians &.Nutritionists 4 28.57 2 14.29 3 21.43 3 21.43 7.14 13 92.86 7.14 0 0.00 14 100.00Psycl.ological ServicesPsychologists 8 57.14 7.14 0 0.00 3 21.43 0 0.00 12 85.71 2 14.29 0 0.00 14 100.00Rehabilitation ServicesMuslgc Therapists 15 53.57 0 0.00 0 0.00 12 42.86 0 0.00 27 96.43 0 0.00 1 3.57 28 100.00Occupational Therapists 6 37.50 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 12.50 0 0.00 8 50.00 7 43.75 1 6.25 16 100.00Physical Therapists 24 43.64 3 5A5 3 5A5 4 7.27 3 5.45 37 67.27 18 3273 0 0.00 55 100.00TOTAL 893 53.00 143 8.49 140 8.31 195 11.57 117 6.94 1,488 88.31 184 ID.92 13 0.77 1,685 100.00I Place ofgraduation isnol available for all healthgroups. Therefore, the total numbershownhere willbe lessthanthe totalshownin the 1irs1tableof this sectionPr.portllbyHealthHumanRtlources UnitThe Unlvtr,lty oCBrlthh Columbia5051Table 37Health Region 15 • CaribooHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Nwnberper AnnualNumber 10.000 Populalillll Rale orOMgeHeallh Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Numbel' Ralio'Dental St!n1icesCcnified Dealal AssistaDlS nla 82 nla 10.95 nJa nlaDenialHYSieaists 21 25 2.87 3.34 20.95 18.13Dentisls 28 30 3.82 4.01 499 3.40Medical & Trl!lJtmentSt!n1icesEma'scocy Medical AssistaDlS 102 90 13.92 12.02 -9.53 -11.08FUlIt Rcspondcn 25 46 3A1 6.14 68.65 65.56PbarmacisIa 33 36 4.50 4.81 5.65 4.22Physicians 83 86 11.32 11.48 3.95 1.53Nursing Se",icesLicensed Practical NID'IICS 103 111 14.05 14.82 7.77 5A6ResistcRd Nurses 404 417 55.12 55.68 3.22 1.01Licensed Graduale N\II1lCS 1 1 0.14 0.13 • •ResistcRd Psychiatric N\II1lCS 24 26 3.27 3.47 5.81 4.21Nutrition & Dktary Se",icesDietitians It NUlritionisls 7 8 0.96 1.07 • •Psychowgical Se",icesPsycholosislS 4 4 0.55 0.53 • •Rehsbilitation St!n1icesMassage Thcnpists 10 13 1.36 1.74 25.22 22.92Occupatiooal ThcnpislS 5 6 0.68 0.80 • •Physical'1ba'apists 25 26 3.41 3.47 4.00 1.78TOTAL 875 1,007 119.39 134.46 15.09 12.63Hospital BedsACUle Care Beds 141 133 19.24 17.76 -5.67 -7.69&tcndcd CareBeds 100 108 13.64 14.42 8.00 5.69BassinelS 2 34 0.27 4.54 • •Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 243 275 33.16 36.7'1. 13.17 10.75Community Phsrmacks 12 12 1.64 1.60 0.00 -1.35Population 73,'1.90 74,890 nla nJa 2.18 nlaI Dalesof =ord differ forheal!h groups. Please rcCer 10the Introduction for specifIC dales of =ord for eadI sroup., Rate of change(in percent) in the nlllDbcr., Rareof changefm pcrcCOI) in the nlllDbcr per 10.000population.• Indicales Ih8llhc basefor !he rale of change is lesslhan 10.Dla - Not applicable I nol comparable.P,_rdby.Heallb HUlDe Rcsour<es V.1tThe Ual..m1J orBrlllsh CoIamhloTable 38Health Region 15 - CaribooHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<15 15·34 35·44 45·54 55·64 65+ Age Unknown Subtotal SexHealth Group M F M F M F _M____F__M__ F _M____F__M____F__M__ F ~ Total---Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 8 0 40 0 28 0 5 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 82 0 82DentalHygienists 0 3 I 14 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 24 0 25Dentists 0 0 8 I 8 3 6 0 3 0 I 0 0 0 26 4 0 30Medkal & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 3 3 16 10 20 14 10 7 4 3 0 0 0 0 53 37 0 90First Responders 2 0 13 0 15 I 9 I 3 2 0 0 0 0 42 4 0 46Phannacists I 3 4 6 6 2 6 0 3 2 2 I 0 0 22 14 0 36Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 14 5 29 8 14 3 9 0 4 0 0 0 70 16 0 86Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 3 0 9 0 37 0 52 0 9 0 0 0 I 0 III 0 IIIRegisteredNurses 0 8 3 78 I 149 0 126 I 46 0 5 0 0 5 412 0 417LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 IRegisteredPsychiatricNurses 0 0 0 2 2 6 I 7 3 5 0 0 0 0 6 20 0 26Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 8Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 4Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 0 3 0 2 2 3 0 I 0 I 0 0 0 I 2 11 0 13Occupational Therapists 0 0 0 4 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 6 0 6PhysicalTherapists 0 0 I 5 2 11 0 5 0 I 0 I 0 0 3 23 0 26TOTAL 6 31 60 181 85 168 47 211 17 71 7 7 0 3 131 775 0 1,007Prtpartd by:Health Human Ruourc.. UnitThe Unln..ItJ or BrllIsh ColumbIaTable 39Health Region 15 - CaribooSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationHealth GroupDelllal ServicesCcrtifiedDental AssistantsDentalHygienistsDentists79 96.3417 68.0010 33.33I321.2212.006.671I31.224.0010.00oo20.000.006.67o320.0012.006.6781 98.7824 96.0019 63.331 1.221 4.0011 36.67ooo0.000.000.0082 100.0025 100.0030 100.00Medical& Treal",elll ServicesPharmacists 30Physicians (DircctoryActivc) 27NursillgSen'icesLicensedPractical Nurses 7SRegisteredNuncs 270RegisteredPsychiatricNunes ISNul,iliOil & Dietary ServicesDietitians&. NUlrilioniSIJ 6Psychological ServicesPsychologists 2Rehabilitalion ServicesMasaage Therapists 6Occupational Therapists 2PhysicalTherapists 7TOTAL ~683.3331.4067.S764.7SS7.6975.00SO.OO46.1S33.3326.9262.76o8102S2ooo2o0.009.309.016.007.690.000.000.0033.330.006.09SS6326ooo136313.89S.81S.417.6723.080.000.000.0016.671l.S47.24o101039o2o7o1710.0011.639.019.3S0.002S.000.00S3.850.003.8S8.16oS314ooooo3300.00S.812.703.360.000.000.000.000.001l.S43.4535 97.22S5 63.9S104 93.69380 91.1323 88.468 100.002 SO.OO13 100.00S 83.3314 53.8S763 87.70131337Io2oo11992.7g36.052.708.873.8S0.0050.000.000.0042.3111.38oo4o2ooo1180.000.003.600.007.690.000.000.0016.673.8S0.9236 100.0086 100.00111 100.00417 100.0026 100.008 100.004 100.0013 100.006 100.0026 100.00870 100.00I Place ofgraduationis notavailable forallhealth groups, Therefore,thetotalnumber shown herewillbe less than thetotal shownin thefllStlable ofthi. section.Prtpar.dby.H",1t!IHurmon R..ourtft UnitTh. UnIYlI'IIl)' ofBrlth h Columbia5455Table 40Health Region 16 - North WestHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Numborper AnnualNumber 10,000PopuJatilll'l Rale or Ot!I!!&CHealth Group 199! 1996 1995 1996 Numbe? Ralio'Denlo1StnlicesCertified Dc:Dla1AsaiswllS nla 98 nIa 10.65 nla nlaDcDlal Hygieniala 31 34 3.42 3.70 10.60 8.77DcDtists 39 40 4.31 4.35 1.80 0.71Medical & Trutment SuvicesEmerpcy MedicalAssistants 199 174 21.97 18.92 -10.18 -11.27FUItRespoadc:n 212 272 23.40 29.57 23.81 22.20Pharmacis18 54 55 5.96 5.98 1.17 0.19Physicians 130 131 14.35 14.24 0.84 -0.83Nllning ServicesLiceDSed PraaiealNurses 134 123 14.79 13.37 -8.21 ·9.60Rcgistcml Nunc; 576 597 63.58 64.90 3.65 2.07LiceDSed Gradwuc NU1SC8 5 4 0.55 OA3 •RcgistcmI Psychiarrlc Nurses 29 23 3.20 2.50 ·15.09 ·16.00Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietiliallS " NutritiollislS 10 13 1.10 1.41 25.22 23.59PsychologiclJ1 ServicesPsychologists 6 6 0.66 0.65Rehabilitation SuvicesMassageThcnpists 13 9 1.44 0.98 ·27.04 -27.98Occupational Therapists 15 15 1.66 1.63 0.00 -1.40Physical TherapislS 31 35 3A2 3.81 12.90 11.19TOTAL 1,484 1,629 163.82 177.10 fJ.77 8.11Hospital BedsACIIle Car~ Beds 224 224 24.73 24.35 0.00 · 1.52&leDded~ Beds 93 66 10.27 7.18 -29.03 -30.11BassiDClS 24 28 2.65 3.04 16.67 14.90RehabiJilalioaBeds 0 0 0.00 0.00TOTAL BEDS 341 318 37.64 34.57 -6.74 ·8.16Community Pharmacies 16 16 1.77 1.74 0.00 -0.96Population fJO,588 fJl,f)83 nIa nla 154 nlaI Dalesof record differ for beallh groups. PIeasc refer 10 lh~ InlroductJon for specifICdates of record for eachgroup., Ral~ of clwIge Cmper=l) in Ibe number.J Rate of clumge(m pcrccot) in Ibenumber per 10,000 popuJalion.• Indicates IIw Ibebasefor lh~ rat~ of change is less lhan 10.nla • Not applicable I not comparable.!' ,_<db,.H..Ub HIlllWlResou.... Volt",. UDl..mly ofBrllIsI1 ColombiaTable 41Health Region 16· North WestHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35·44 45·54 55·64 65+ AgeUDknoWII Subtotal SexHealth Group _M____F__M__ F M F _M____F__M____F__M____F_ M F _M____F_ UnImmm....!!!!!!LDental ServicesCertifiedDentalAssistants 0 12 0 39 1 35 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 97 0 98Dental Hygienists 0 4 0 21 0 8 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 0 34Dentists o. 0 9 2 10 0 12 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 38 2 0 40Medkal & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedical Assistants 7 7 46 17 34 26 18 12 4 0 0 1 2 0 111 63 0 174First Responders 36 3 83 8 85 6 42 1 2 0 0 0 4 2 252 20 0 272Pharmacists 1 0 9 16 8 9 7 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 28 27 0 55Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 16 16 37 6 30 5 13 3 5 0 0 0 101 30 0 131Nursing ServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 0 2 0 9 3 36 0 47 1 20 0 2 0 3 4 119 0 1~Registered Nurses 2 23 9 150 10 195 4 153 1 41 0 9 0 0 26 571 0 597LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 4RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 0 0 3 0 6 2 9 1 I 0 0 0 1 3 20 0 23Nutrition & Dietary Serv icesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 13Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 6Rehahilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 0 0 0 3 1 2 I 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 9Occupational Therapists 0 0 0 8 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 15PhysicalTherapists 0 2 5 8 1 9 0 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 6 29 0 35TOTAL 46 53 177 305 191 348 119 256 32 71 6 11 6 7 577 1,051 0 1,629PrtfJtJrtdby.H•• llh Hum.n Ruour... UnllTh. Un.....II' of BrlllohColumbl.Table 42Health Region 16 - North WestSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationHealth GroupDentalServicesCertified Dental Assistants 86Dental HY8ienists 17Dentists 14Medical & Treatmellt ServicesPharmacists 37Physicians(Directory Active) 28Nursing ServicesLicensed Practical Nunes 74Registered Nunes 270Registered PsychiatricNunes 1787.7650.0035.0067.2721.3760.1645.2373.911310220780o1.029.8225.003.6415.275.6913.400.00o21109105850.005.882.5018.186.878.139.7221.74o 0.007 20.591 2.502 3.6423 17.5614 11.3876 12.73o 0.001o1111751o1.020.002.501.828.405.698.540.0088 89.8029 85.2927 67.5052 94.5591 69.47112 91.06535 89.6122 95.6510 10.205 14.7113 32503 5.4540 30.533 24462 10.39I 4.35ooooo8oo0.000.000.000.000.006.500.000.0098 100.0034 100.0040 100.0055 100.00131 100.00123 100.00597 100.0023 100.00Nutrition & DietaryServicesDietitians &. Nutritionists 5 39.46 o 0.00 3 23.08 4 30.77 7.69 13 100.00 o 0.00 o 0.00 13 100.00Psycl.ological ServicesPsychologists 2 33.33 16.67 o 0.00 16.67 o 0.00 4 66.67 2 33.33 o 0.00 6 100.00Rehabilitatioll Ser.'icesMassageTherapistsOccupational TherapistsPhysical TherapistsTOTAL3 33.336 40.0010 28.57569 48.16o 0.002 13.333 8.57119 10.94oo21000.000.00s.n8.486 66.676 40.006 17.14146 11.38oo3760.00 9 100.000.00 14 93.338.57 24 68.576.45 1,020 86.51o 0.001 6.6710 28.57ISO 12.72oo190.00 9 100.000.00 15 100.00286 35 100.000.76 1.179 100.00I Place of graduationis not available forall healthgroups Therefore, the totalnumber shownherewillbe less thanthe totalshownin the Iirsttableof thissection,Prtpartd by'Hnlth Human Rtlource. UnllTheVnl.."llJ of BrItI.hColumbia5859Table 43Health Region 17 • Peace River· LiardHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Numborper Ann'"Number 10.000 Population Rale or CumgeHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Nwnbe? RaliosDental SertlicesCertifiedDcmalAssistADlS nJa 63 nIa 9.78 nIa nJaDcmalHygieuislS 10 11 1.58 1.71 10.96 8.64Dentisls 21 19 3.32 2.95 -6.82 -8.09Medicol & Treatment SertlicesEmergCDCY MedicalAssislaDlS 116 124 1836 19.25 5.48 3.86FustRc:sponderll 62 55 9.82 8.54 -9.76 -11.25Pharmacists 31 28 4.91 4.35 -6.23 -737Physicians 65 60 10.29 9.32 -8.36 -10.28Nursing ServicesLiccosed Praetical Nurses 108 100 17.10 15.53 -7.41 -9.18Rcgislc:rcd Nunes 355 351 56.20 54.SO -1.13 -3.02Licensed GradullcNurses 3 4 0.47 0.62 • •RC8islered Psychiatric Nurses 25 19 3.96 2.95 -17.61 -18.73Nutrition & Dktary ServicesDietitians&. NUlritionialS 4 3 0.63 OA7 •Psychological ServicesPsydlolOSists 2 2 0.32 0.31 • •Relulbilitation SertlicesMassageTherapists 5 6 0.79 0.93 • •OccupalionaJ Therapists 2 2 0.32 0.31 • •PhysicalThcrapi&lS 20 20 3.17 3.11 0.00 -1.92TOTAL 829 867 131.24 134.62 4.5S 2.5SHospital BedsACUle CareBeds 180 180 28.50 27.95 0.00 -1.92Exlellded Care Beds 95 55 15.04 8.54 -4211 -43.22BassinelS 29 35 4.59 5.43 20.69 18.37Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 304 270 4&13 41.92 .u.is -1:z.s9Community Plulrmacks 9 10 1.42 1.55 • •Population 63,168 64,404 nIa nJa 1.96 nJa1 Dalesof recorddiffer for bea11b groups. Pleaserefer 10 the lnlroduClion for specificdales of record for escb group.2 Rate of change(in percent) in Ibenumber., Rateof change(m percent) in Ihenumberper 10,000 populalion,• IndicalesIhallhe base for Iberale of cbangeis less than 10.oJa - NOI applicable / notcomparable.P,qar<tl./ty-'Haith H...... _.ras UnitThe UDI..m1y orBrlllsb CO.....blaTable 44Health Region 17 - Peace River - LiardHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35·44 45·54 55·64 65+ AgeUnImoWD Subtotal SexHealth Group _M____F_ M F M F _ M____F_ M __F__M__ F M F M F UnImoWD~------ ------Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 8 0 30 0 20 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 0 63DentalHygienists 0 0 0 8 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 11Dentists 0 0 5 I 6 0 2 0 4 0 I 0 0 0 18 I 0 19Met/ical & Treatment ServicesEmergency Medical Assistants 10 5 22 17 28 15 21 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 83 41 0 124First Responders 1 0 14 1 19 3 13 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 50 5 0 55Pharmacists I 1 4 5 2 3 6 I 2 I 2 0 0 0 17 11 0 28Physicians (Non-Postgraduale) 0 0 10 2 22 6 9 I 6 0 4 0 0 0 51 9 0 60Nursing ServicesLicensedPracticalNurses 0 4 0 11 1 37 0 36 0 10 0 1 0 0 1 99 0 100RegisteredNurses 0 19 5 93 5 105 0 91 0 32 0 1 0 0 10 341 0 351LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 4RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 0 2 4 3 3 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 8 0 19Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2Relutbilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 6Occupational Therapists 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2PhysicalTherapists 0 1 1 6 1 2 0 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 18 0 20TOTAL 12 38 64 181 89 202 56 148 16 46 7 2 3 3 247 610 0 867P"ptJTtdb1:H•• lth Hum.n Ruour. ..UnitTh. Unlnu1l1 at British Columbl.Table 45Health Region 17 - Peace River - LiardSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unknown TOTALHealth Group __N_ ......!!- __N_ ......!!- __N_~ __N_ ......!!- __N_ ......!!- __N_ ......!!- __N_~ __N_~ __N_~DelltalServicesCertified Dental Assistants 56 88.89 4 6.35 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 60 95.24 3 4.76 0 0.00 63 100.00Dental Hygienists 6 54.55 3 27.27 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 9 81.82 2 18.18 0 0.00 11 100.00Dentists 3 15.79 6 3U8 2 10.53 1 5.26 5 26.32 17 89.47 2 10.53 0 0.00 19 100.00Medical& rreat",ellt ServicesPhannacists 18 64.29 3 10.11 5 17.86 0 0.00 0 0.00 26 92.86 2 7.14 0 0.00 28 100.00Physicians(DirectoryActive) 8 13.33 8 13.33 1 1.61 4 6.61 1 1.67 22 36.67 38 63.33 0 0.00 60 100.00NursillgServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 50 50.00 23 23.00 8 8.00 9 9.00 5 5.00 95 95.00 3 3.00 2 200 100 100.00RegisteredNurses 121 34.47 80 22.79 57 16.24 34 9.69 33 9.40 325 92.59 26 7.41 0 0.00 351 100.00RegisteredPsychiatricNurses 4 2l.05 4 2l.05 8 42.11 0 0.00 0 0.00 16 84.21 1 5.26 2 10.53 19 100.00Nutrition & DietaryServicesDietitians&. Nutritionists 0 0.00 33.33 0 0.00 33.33 0 0.00 2 66.67 0 0.00 33.33 3 100.00PsychologicalServicesPsychologists 50.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 50.00 2 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 100.00Rel,abilitalion Sen';cesMassageTherapists 6 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 6 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 6 100.00Occupational Therapists 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 50.00 1 50.00 2 100.00PhysicalTherapists 4 20.00 2 10.00 0 0.00 3 15.00 1 5.00 10 50.00 10 50.00 0 0.00 20 100.00TOTAL 211 40.50 134 19.59 81 11.84 52 1.60 46 6.73 590 86.26 88 12.81 6 o.s8 684 100.00I Place ofgraduation isnotavailable forallhealth groups. Therefore, thetotalnumber shownhere willbelessthanthetotal shown in thefIrSt tableofthissection.Prrpar,d by.Hoahh Human Re.ource. UnitThe Ualverrlty of BrItI.h Columbia01....6263Table 46Health Region 18 - Northern InteriorHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Number per AnnualNumber 10,000 Population Kate ofCsanBeHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Nambe? Ratio'Dental SenicesCcrUficd Dcutal AssislanlS nla 213 nla 16.67 nla nlaDenIAl Hygieaists 60 57 4.78 4.46 -5.44 -7.19DeIl1ista 53 53 4.22 4.15 0.00 -1.20Mt!dictll & Treatment SenicesEmergency MedicalAssistaDlS 186 177 14.80 13.85 -3.89 -5.19FUIIt Responders 190 219 15.12 17.14 12.95 1131Pharmacists 58 66 4.62 5.16 850 734Physicians 187 194 14.88 15.18 4.09 2.17N",sing SenicesLiccIIIcd PracticalNIII'lICS 157 173 1250 1354 10.19 833Regislcnd Nurses 945 950 75.21 7433 053 -1.17LiccIIIcd GradualeNW'SeS 4 3 032 0.23 • •Regislcnd PsychiatricNW'SeS 29 31 231 2.43 4.82 357Nutritum & Dietary SenicesDictitiaDS &:NUlritionisls 14 15 1.11 1.17 6.09 455Psychological ServicesPsychologists 12 12 096 0.94 0.00 -1.69RehobUiIotion Servil:esMassageTherapists 7 8 056 0.63 • •Occupational Therapists 13 12 1.03 0.94 -7.12 -8.57PhysicalTherapislS 46 48 3.66 3.76 435 2.58TOTAL 1,961 2,231 156.08 174.57 13.77 lLlUHospilol BedsACUle CareBeds 325 319 25.87 24.96 -1.85 -3.51ExlendedCue Beds 86 92 6.84 7.20 6.98 5.17BassiDelS 8 62 0.64 4.85 • •Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 419 473 33.35 37.01 12.89 10.98Community PharlNlcies 18 21 1.43 1.64 10.23 9.04Population 125,641 127,803 nla nla 1.72 nJaI Dalm ofreconl differ for hWlb groups. Please refetlO lbe InrroductioD for specifIC dalesofrecord for oachgroup.2 Kaleof change (in percent) m lbe DlDDber., Rale of change rm percent) in lbe DIDDber per10,000 population.• Inclicares lhallhe base for!he rale of change is lesslhan 10.nla - NO! applicableI nol comparable.PUpated by.HeaJlIIHo__oras VoltThe UalftlSlly of BrilIsIl ColumbiaTable 47Health Region 18 • Northern InteriorHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25-34 35-44 45·54 55-64 65+ AgeUoImowu Subtolal ScxH~thGroup M __F___M_ F M __F__M__ __F_ M F M F M F _M__ F UDImowu Tolal---Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 21 0 86 0 86 0 13 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 213 0 213Dental Hygienists 0 4 0 33 1 15 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 56 0 51Dentists 0 0 9 2 12 5 19 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 45 8 0 53Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 12 5 49 15 51 18 14 4 5 3 0 0 0 1 131 46 0 111FirstResponders 14 1 52 5 14 11 42 1 6 2 0 0 5 0 193 26 0 219Pharmacists 0 1 11 19 6 5 8 4 3 1 1 0 0 1 35 31 0 66Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 21 11 51 18 43 3 18 1 12 0 4 0 155 39 0 194Nursing ServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 0 10 3 19 0 58 2 58 0 21 0 0 0 2 5 168 0 113Registered Nurses 0 41 10 243 16 295 3 242 0 91 0 3 0 0 29 921 0 950Licensed Graduatc Nurses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 3 2 6 1 4 0 12 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 28 0 31Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 15Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 4 0 12Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 8Occupational Therapists 0 0 0 5 0 3 I 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 11 0 12PhysicalTherapists 1 2 2 13 0 14 0 15 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 45 0 48TOTAL 27 101 165 468 221 540 139 376 35 125 15 3 9 7 611 1,620 0 2,231Prtpartd by:H..Uh Humin Ruou rctl UnllThe Unl....II, orBrUlsh ColumbilTable 48Health Region 18 - Northern InteriorSelected Health Persennel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unlcno_ TOTALHealth Group __N_ -!:- __N_ -!:- __N_ -!:- __N_ -!:- __N_ -!:- __N_ -!:- __N_ -!:- __N_ -!:- __N_ -!:-Delltal ServicesCertified Dental A5!i!lants 206 96.71 3 1.41 2 0.94 I 0.47 0 0.00 212 99.S3 1 0.47 0 0.00 213 100.00Denial Hygieni!ls 46 gO.70 3 S.26 3 S.26 0 0.00 0 0.00 S2 91.23 S 8.77 0 0.00 S7 100.00Dentists 26 49.06 4 7.SS I 1.89 S 9.43 S 9.43 41 77.36 12 22.64 0 0.00 S3 100.00Medical& Treatlllellt ServicesPharmacists 49 74.24 S 7.S8 9 13.64 0 0.00 0 0.00 63 9S.4S 3 4.SS 0 0.00 66 100.00Physicians (Directory Active) 42 21.6S 20 10.31 13 6.70 2S 12.89 IS 7.73 liS S9.28 79 40.72 0 0.00 194 100.00NursillgServicesLicensed Practical Nunc ! liS 66.47 12 6.94 13 7.S1 16 9.2S 7 4.0S 163 94.22 7 4.0S 3 1.73 173 100.00Registered Nurses S74 60.42 91 9.S8 82 8.63 68 7.16 S4 S.68 869 91.47 81 8.S3 0 0.00 9S0 100.00Registered Psychiatric Nunc! 17 S4.84 6 19.3S 3 9.68 0 0.00 0 0.00 26 83.87 1 3.23 4 1290 31 100.00NuJrition & Dietary ServicesDietitian! &. Nutritioni!1s 6 40.00 4 26.67 0 0.00 2 13.33 3 20.00 IS 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 IS 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologists 4 33.33 3 2S.00 8.33 8.33 0 0.00 9 7S.00 3 2S.00 0 0.00 12 100.00Rehabilitation ServicesMassago Therapists 6 7S.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 2S.00 0 0.00 8 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 8 100.00Occupational Therapists 4 33.33 4 33.33 1 8.33 1 8.33 0 0.00 10 83.33 1 8.33 1 8.33 12 100.00PhysicalTherapists 21 43.7S S ID.42 3 6.2S 2 4.17 3 6.2S 34 70.83 13 27.08 1 2 08 48 100.00TOTAL 1,116 60.92 160 8.73 131 7.1S 113 6.71 87 4.7S 1,617 88.26 206 11.24 9 0.49 1,832 100.001 Placeofgraduation i! not availableforallhealthgroups. Therefore. the totalnumber shownherewillbe lessthanthe totalshownin the fust tableoflhis section.P"par.d by.H",1IbHumin Rtloufftl UnllThe UnlvtnllJ orBrlthh Columbia6667Table 49Health Region 20 - VancouverHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Number per AnnualNumber 10.000Population Rate orOll!!!l!eHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 NurnQ Ratio'Denial SI!TI1u:esCertified DcmalAsaistanlS nla 393 nIa 730 nla nJaDcmalHygieniau 234 2SO 4A2 4.64 7A8 551Deulista 576 610 10.88 1132 4.13 2.89Mt!diazl& Treatment SeTl1u:esEmetgeIlCy Medical AsaislalllS 189 214 357 397 10.45 8.96rUllt RC$pOadcrs 612 711 11.56 13.20 13.71 12.07Phannaciats 664 661 1254 12.27 -0.29 -1.35PhysiciallS 2.991 2.922 56.48 54.25 -2.51 -4.30Nursing Servu:esLiceIlsecI PraClical Nwscs 878 844 1658 15.67 -3.87 -5.49Regislcrecl Nurses 7,504 7,572 141.70 140.57 091 -0.79LiceIlsecI GraduaIe Nurses 153 124 2.89 230 -18.95 -2032Regislcrecl Psychiatric Nwses 291 278 5.49 5.16 -3.17 -433Nutrilwn & DieltJry ServicesDietitiallS &. Nutritionisls 240 244 453 453 1.43 -0.04Psychological SeTl1U:uPsycbologists 289 297 5.46 551 2.TI 1.04RehobUiJalwn Sl!TI1icesMassageTherapists 257 262 4.85 4.86 1.67 0.20OccupatioDal Therapists 276 275 5.21 5.11 -033 -1.88PhysicalThcrapists 542 545 10.23 10.12 055 -1.14TOTAL 15,696 16,202 296.39 300.79 3.22 1.49HospiJalBedsACUIC CareBeds 2.144 2.144 40.49 39.80 0.00 -1.68ExleDded CareBeds 1,631 1.631 30.80 30.28 0.00 -1.68BusillelS 129 115 2.44 2.13 -10.85 -1235Rehabilitation Beds 242 242 457 4.49 0.00 -1.68TOTAL BEDS 4,146 4,132 78.29 76.71 -034 -2.02Community PhoTmllcies 125 119 236 2.21 -3.06 -4.09Populatwn 529,576 538,645 nla nla 1.71 nJa1D.es of lCCord diff... for health gIOup5. Pleaseref... 10theIDlrodudion for specificdalesof record for eachgroup.I Rale of change (in percenl) in theIllllllber ., Rale of chaDge (Illpereeot) in !he Dumberper 10,000 popuJatiOll­Dla· Nolapplicable I DOl comparable.P,_<J1b,.Hnllb Hu..... Raourc.. UaltThe UDlnntlJ or 8rtllsb ColumbiaTable 50Health Region 20· VancouverHealth Personnel by Age and Sex19960\00<25 25·34 35·44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgeUokDOwn Subtotal SexHealth Group __M___F___M___F_ M F _M____F_ M __F__M__ F _M____F__M__ F Uuknmm Total---Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assislants 0 48 0 176 1 121 0 41 0 5 0 0 0 1 1 392 0 393Dental Hygienists 0 8 11 115 2 77 2 32 0 2 0 1 0 0 15 235 0 250Dentists 0 1 80 46 141 44 142 25 76 6 42 3 4 0 485 125 0 610Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 1 0 49 14 99 8 38 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 190 24 0 214FirstResponders 2 0 184 7 268 2 195 1 43 0 0 0 8 1 700 11 0 711Pharmacists 11 18 74 166 89 121 67 66 16 14 8 2 3 6 268 393 0 661Physicians(Non-Postgraduate) 7 5 466 315 528 323 547 180 300 52 171 18 7 3 2,026 896 0 2.922Nursing ServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 0 18 17 132 33 215 55 242 14 87 3 9 4 15 126 718 0 844Registered Nurses 4 144 97 2.045 126 2,354 85 1,880 22 743 1 67 0 4 335 7,237 0 7,572LicensedGraduate Nurses 0 0 0 2 0 30 1 73 0 17 0 1 0 0 1 123 0 124RegisteredPsychiatricNurses 1 5 6 57 17 74 27 59 10 15 0 2 1 4 62 216 0 278Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 3 3 90 0 82 0 41 0 7 0 2 0 16 3 241 0 244Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 5 9 26 44 63 80 26 25 11 8 0 0 131 166 0 297Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 1 5 31 80 32 57 10 37 3 4 1 0 0 1 78 184 0 262Occupational Therapists 0 10 9 87 9 84 0 52 0 14 0 1 0 9 18 257 0 275PhysicalTherapists 2 11 43 151 19 143 12 121 2 28 1 4 1 7 80 465 0 S45TOTAL 29 276 1,075 3,492 1,390 3,779 1,244 2,932 515 1,019 238 118 28 67 4,519 11,683 0 16,202Prtpartd by:H..llh Human RuourcuVnllTh. Vnl..roll7 of British ColumbiaTable 51Health Region 20 - VancouverSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationHealth GroupDelltalServicesCertified Dental AssislanuDental HY8icnisuDentistsMedical& Treatmellt ServicesPhannacistsPhysicians (DirectoryActivc)Nursillg Sen'icesLicensed Practical NursesRegisteredNarsesRegisteredPsych iatric NursesNutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians&. Nutritio nisuPsychological ServicesPsychol08isuRehabiUtation ServicesMassa8c TherapistsOccupational TherapistsPhysical TherapistsTOTAL3551042255208215113,7081871271151841071577,12190 .3341.6036.8978.6728.1060.5548.9767.2752.0538.7270.2338.9 128.8146.99152250233023145271328o12229773.828.808.203.4810.343.675.972.525.339.430.004.364.046.45317512721449428282012I11310.766.808.364.087.325.815.6510.078.204.040.384.005.69144591849161779o29466734761,7050.2517.609.672.7216.807.2310.290.0011.8915.4925.5712.3613.9411.25I32741426327469o3311o22379830.2512.8012.132.129.003.206.190.0013.523.700.008.006.796.493752194596022,0916795,83622222221225218632311,67895.4287.6075.2591.077U680.4577.0779.8690.9871.3896.1867.6459.2777.071731ISO568251301,7353022852712143,3684.3312.4024.598.4728.2315.4022.9110.799.0228 .620.7625.8239.2722.231oI3635I26oo81881070.250.000.160.450.214.150.019.350.000.003.056.551.470.713932506106612,9228447,57227824429726227554515,153100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00I Placeorgraduation IS notevailable forall healthgroups. Therefore, the total numbershownherewillbe lessthanthe total shownin thefirstlableor thissection.Prtpar,d by:HeaI1hHUmin R.lourctl UnlrTh. Unlv.nll1 01Brlthh Columbia7071Table 52Health Region 30 - BurnabyHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Nwnberper Ann'"Nwnber 10,000 Populall... Rale ora.anBeHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Nwnbel' Rallo'Dental SUl'icesCertifiedDea!A1AssislanlS n1a 169 n1a 9A3 nla DlaDeolaI HniczlislS 47 49 2.67 2 73 4.65 2A9DeIItlsts 117 118 6.65 658 0.60 -0.75Mt!tlicDl& T,tltJtment SUl'icesEmergeDcy Medical A&&iatanls 15 17 0.85 0.95 1053 8.85Fint Respondcn 2S5 246 14.50 13.72 -3.03 -4.61Pbannacisls 131 135 7.45 753 1.92 0.69Physiciaus 240 2S4 13.64 14.17 638 4.18N",sing ServicesLicc:Dsed Practical Nwsc:s 122 90 6.94 5.02 -26.23 -27.63Resiatcml Nunes 1.122 1,106 63.79 61.69 -1.43 · 3.29Licc:Dsed GraduaIC Nurses 37 38 2.10 2.12 2.70 0.76Re8istcrcd PsychiauicNun;es 176 181 10.01 10.10 2.00 0.63Nutrition & DielDrySe",icesDietitiaDs '" Nutritionists 34 35 1.93 1.95 252 0.85PsychologicDl ServicesPsychologists 52 50 2.96 2.79 -3.SS -5.67RehDbilitaJion ServicesMassageThctapWs 27 30 153 1.67 9.45 7.67OccupationalThc:tapWs 35 41 1.99 229 15.73 13.70PhysicalTherapists 73 80 4.15 4.46 959 751TOTAL 1,483 1,639 141.16 147.19 6.28 4.27Hospital BedsACUle Can:Bods 256 2S6 1455 14.28 0.00 -1.89&lelIded Can:Bods 472 472 26.83 2633 0.00 -1.89BassinelS 0 35 0.00 195 •RehabililatiOD Bals 0 0 0.00 0.00 •TOTAL BEDS 728 763 41.39 4256 4.81 2JI2Community Pharmacies 30 31 1.71 1.73 209 0.87Population 175,897 179,293 nla nla 1.93 DlaI Dales of record cliff... far be.oIlh groups. Please ref... 10 lhe llllroclw:liol1 far specif"1Cdales of r""on! far eadl group.1Rateof challge (m perCZlll) mIhe number., Rateof challge(m pereeat) mIhenumber per 10.000 population.• Indicales lho!the base far !he rale of cbaDgeis less !ball 10.Dla • NOIapplicableI DOl comparable.Pu pared by.HeeJlh HallUlll Reso ...... Ua UTho U........ty .rBrlUsb CoIamblaTable S3Health Region 30 • BurnabyHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ AgeUnImowu SubCotal SellHealth Group M F M F M F M F M F _M____F_ M F M F ~....:!!!!L--- ---------Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 14 0 78 0 55 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 168 1 169Dental Hygienists 0 2 2 27 0 14 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 47 0 49Dentists 0 0 20 9 2S 12 23 3 23 I 2 0 0 0 93 2S 0 118Medical & Treatment ServicesEmergencyMedicalAssistants 0 0 6 3 5 I 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 4 0 17First Responders 0 0 57 3 94 I 75 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 242 4 0 246Pharmacists 3 7 18 28 17 21 14 14 7 0 3 0 2 I 64 71 0 135Physicians (Non-Postgraduate) 0 0 23 24 55 27 53 17 29 5 18 2 I 0 179 75 0 2S4Nurs ing ServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 1 6 I 18 2 24 I 22 1 14 0 0 0 0 6 84 0 90RegisteredNurses I 33 10 231 9 347 12 305 0 138 0 20 0 0 32 1,074 0 1,106LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 23 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 38 0 38RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 6 5 39 10 42 15 38 8 9 0 2 2 5 40 141 0 181Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 16 0 11 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 35 0 35Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 2 4 7 7 6 8 11 5 0 0 0 0 26 24 0 50Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 0 0 6 7 5 6 2 2 0 I I 0 0 0 14 16 0 30OccupationalTherapists 0 1 2 12 3 11 0 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 36 0 41PhysicalTherapists 0 1 5 20 7 25 3 13 2 3 0 0 1 0 18 62 0 80TOTAL 5 71 157 519 239 616 206 482 97 183 24 24 6 9 734 1,904 1 2,639Prtpartd by:H••llh Humon R....ure.. VnllTh. Vnl....IlJ of Brllish CclumbloTable 54Health Region 30 - BurnabySelected Heaith Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place or GraduationHealth GroupDelltalServicesCertified DentalAssistantsDentalHygienistsDentists152 89.9427 55.1038 32.2044182.378.1615.251570.5910.205.9313140.596.1211.8633161.786.1213.56161 95.2742 85.7193 78.818 4.737 14.2925 21.19ooo0.000.000.00169 100.0049 100.00118 100.00Medical& Treatment ServicesPharmacistsPhysicians(Directory Active)Nursing ServicesLicensed Practical NursesRegisteredNursesRegisteredPsychiatric NursesNutrition& DietaryServicesDietitians&:. Nutritionists10683545681281578.5232.6860.0051.3670.7242.86330366242.2211.813.335.971.1011.436238691334.449.068.896.247.188.57237987o41.4814.5710.007.870.0011.43o21563o70.00g.275.565.700.0020.00117194798531433386.6776.3887.7g77.1279.0194.291860915320213.3323.6210.0022.8811.055.71oo2o18o0.000.002.220.009.940.00135254901,10618135100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologists 24 48.00 2.00 2 4.00 7 14.00 4 8.00 38 76.00 12 24.00 o 0.00 50 100.00Rel.abilitalion ServicesMassageTherapistsOccupational TherapistsPhysical TherapistsTOTAL26 86.6717 41.4628 35.001,266 54.15o111370.002.441.255.86o231420.004.883.756.072 6.673 7.3210 12.50179 7.66o371320.00 28 93.337.32 26 63.418.75 49 61.155.65 1,856 79.382 6.6712 29.2730 37.50458 19.59o31240.00 30 100.007.32 41 100.001.15 80 100.001.03 2,338 100.00I Placeof l!l'BdUalion is nol available for allhealthWOUp'. Therefore. the t01a1 number shownherewillbe lessthanthelotalshown in the fU'Stlable of this section,Prtpartd by.Hfalth Human ROIOUROI Un"ThoUnlvo..1ty01BrI1llhColumbia7475TabieSSHealth Region 40 • North ShoreHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Nwnberper AnnualNumber 10,000Populati... Rate ora.angeHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Nwnbel' Ratio'DenlDIServicesCertifiedDealAl AssislaIlla nla 169 nla 9.73 nIa nIaDealAl Hygieniata 120 119 6.98 6.85 -0.91 -2.04Dentists 146 ISS 8.49 892 431 3.54Mediall & Treatment ServicesEmergency Medical Assistants 71 72 4.13 4.14 1.13 0.28FInt Responders 329 340 19.13 19.57 2.86 194PhIrmaciaIs 144 140 g.37 8.06 -1.76 -2.41Physicians 367 366 21.34 21.06 -030 -1.43Nursing ServicesLicensed PraclicalNurses 145 153 8.43 8.80 5.52 4.41RegiatcRd Nurses 1,290 1,309 75.02 75.33 1.47 0.41Licensed GradWlleNursea 44 41 2.56 236 -6.82 -7.79Registered PIIyehiatric Nursea 74 62 430 3.57 -11.74 -12.39Nutrition & DielDryServicesDielitiana &. Nutritionists 47 45 2.73 2.59 -3.66 -4.52Psychological ServicesPIIychologists 46 48 2.68 2.76 435 3.26Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 73 79 4.25 4.55 7.00 6.05Occupational Therapists 34 36 1.98 2.07 5.42 4.40Physical Therapists 117 125 6.80 7.19 6.84 5.72TOTAL 3,047 3,259 177.20 187.54 6.96 5.84Hospital BedsAcute CareBeds 355 331 20.64 19.05 -6.76 -7.74Bxlellded CareBeds 319 319 18.55 1836 0.00 -LOSBassinets 36 36 2.09 2.07 0.00 -LOSRehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 710 6lI6 4L:z9 39.48 -338 -4.39Community Pharmacies 28 26 1.63 1.50 -4.57 -5.20Population 171,957 173,774 niB niB 1.06 niBI 0111.. of =ord differ for health groups. Pleaserefer to the Introduclion for specificcIaIes of recordfor eachgroup.2 Rate of change(in percent) in the number.2 Rate of changeCm perce:nI) in thenumberper 10,000 popuIaIioo.• IndicatesthIII the base for the rSleof change is less than 10.Dla- Not applicableI not comparable.P'tptU<dby.H..Uh H...... _.rea VallTllo UalftnllJ orBrltlsh ColalDblaTable 56Health Region 40 • North ShoreHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996M F M F--- --- --- ---Subtotal ScxM F Unknown---------Health GroupDenial ServicesCertified Dental AssistantsDental HygicnistsDentists<25o 9o 6o 125·34M Fo 64o 3013 935·44M Fo 14o 5131 11oo3845·541929.5oo2655·6433265+M Fo 0o 06 0AgeUnImownM Fo 0o 01 0oo12116911934oooTotal169119155Medical & Treatment ServicesEmcrgcncy Medical AssistantsFirst RespondcrsPharmacistsPhysicians (Non-Postgraduate)Nursing ServicesLicensed Practical NurscsRegistered NursesLicensed Graduatc NursesRegistcred Psychiatric NursesNutrition & Dietary ServicesDictitians & NutritionistsPsychological ServicesPsychologistsRelulbilitotion ServicesMassage ThcrapistsOccupational ThcrapistsPhysical TherapistsTOTALl'rtp"ud by:H.allh Human Rosoureu UnllTh. Unl..rlllJ oCBrlllsh ColumbIa162ooooooo2oo11oo4o221o4oo4o15814131125o1o2oo8o615910336332823911412225295363011911622113o21o529241203154311191515218192974611121101242o3o141o2284211423403181213101211428601o91463o1o2o61oo122oo861525185354320342oo143ooooo31oo54ooI2220o1o3o1434o1oo1oooooooo3oo2o5ooo5oo41175633555265111110o2520o13925165851011461,2924052452359361122,334oooooooooooooo123401403661531,3094162454819361253,259TableS7Health Region 40 - North ShoreSelected Health Personnel! by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario O&her Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unknown TOTALHealth Group __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~Delllal ServicesCertified DenIal As!i!tanls 151 92.90 1 4.14 a 0.00 a 0.00 a 0.00 164 91.04 5 296 a 0.00 169 100.00DentalHygieni!ls 51 42.86 12 10.08 12 10.08 11 14.29 11 9.24 103 86.55 16 13.45 a 0.00 119 100.00Dentists 55 35.48 31 23.81 16 10.32 12 1.14 12 1.14 132 85.16 23 14.84 a 0.00 155 100.00Medical & Trealmelll ServicesPharmacists 114 81.43 8 5.11 5 3.51 3 214 1 0.11 131 93.51 9 6.43 a 0.00 140 100.00Physicians (Directory Active) 122 33.33 45 12.30 16 4.31 64 11.49 28 1.65 215 15.14 91 24.86 a 0.00 366 100.00Nursillg Sen'icesLicensed Practical Nune! 110 11.90 1 4.58 1 4.58 9 5.88 1 4.58 140 9UO 11 1.19 2 1.31 153 100.00RegisteredNunes 629 48.05 16 5.81 103 1.81 113 13.22 91 6.95 1,012 91.89 231 19.11 0 0.00 1,309 100.00RegisteredPsychiatric Nune ! 46 14.19 2 3.23 8 12.90 a 0.00 a 0.00 56 90.32 0 0.00 6 9.69 62 100.00Nutri/ion & Dietary ServicesDietitians&It Nutritioni!ls 23 51.11 4 8.89 2 4.44 1 15.56 8 11.18 44 91.18 2.22 a 0.00 45 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologi!ts 20 41.61 6 12.50 2.08 5 10.42 3 6.25 35 12.92 13 21.08 0 0.00 48 100.00RehabiUlaiioll ServicesMassage Therapists 54 68.35 0 0.00 a 0.00 23 29.11 0 0.00 11 91.41 1 1.21 1.21 79 100.00Occupational Therapists 14 39.89 2 5.56 1 2.78 1 19.44 2 5.56 26 12.22 9 25.00 278 36 100.00Physlca! Therapists 16 12.80 2 1.60 10 8.00 16 12.80 10 8.00 54 43.20 70 56.00 0.80 115 100.00TOTAL 1,411 50.29 208 1.41 181 6.45 336 11.91 113 6.11 2,309 82.29 486 11.32 11 0.39 2,806 100.00I Place ofgraduation is notavailable foran health groups. Therefore, thetotalnumber shown herewillbe lessthan thetotalshown in thefint table ofthissection.Pnp.nll by.HoallllHuman Ruoum. UnhThe Unlv,"l" ofBrllhh Columbia7879Table 58Health Region 50 - RichmondHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Numberpcr AnnualNumber 10.000Population Rale or OtangeHealth Group 1995 1996 1995 1996 Number> Ratio'Dental SUl1icesCertifiedDeatal AssistaDlS n1a 170 n1a 1155 nIa n1aDenIAl HY8ieoi&ta 63 70 438 4.76 12.18 935Dcntisrs 103 105 7.16 7.13 137 -0.29Mediclll & Treatment Se",icesEmers=cy MedicalAssistants 33 34 230 231 2.42 052FU'St Responders 205 224 14.26 15.22 7.S9 5.75Pharmacisls 117 119 8.14 8.09 1.08 -0.41Physicians 276 270 19.20 18.35 -2.37 -4.83Nursing Se",icesLiceD&ed Prac:lical Nurses 128 125 8.90 8.49 -2.34 -4.60Rcsislcn:dNurses 723 723 50.29 49.13 0.00 -2.31LiccasedGraduale NUI'&CS 13 15 0.90 1.02 1538 12.72Resislered Psychiatric Nurses 30 26 2.09 1.77 -9.61 -11.09Nutrition & Dietary Se",icesDietitians'" Nutritionists 15 13 1.04 0.88 -1154 -1330Psychowgit:al Se",icesPsychologists 27 33 1.88 2.24 22.22 1939Rehobilitation Se",icesMassageThaapists 20 22 139 1.49 S51 636Occupational Therapists 54 57 3.76 3.87 5.12 2.87Physical TherapislS 106 100 737 6.79 -5.66 -7.84TOTAL 1,913 2,106 133.06 143.09 10.09 7.54Hospital BedsAcute CareBeds 238 238 16.55 16.17 0.00 -2.31Extended Que Beds 232 232 16.14 15.76 0.00 -2.31BassinCl& 29 29 2.02 1.97 0.00 -2.31Rehabilitation Beds 0 0 0.00 0.00 • •TOTAL BEDS 499 499 34.71 33.91 0.00 .2.31Community Phormocies 21 21 1.46 1.43 0.00 -1.47Population 143,770 147,175 n1a n1a 2.37 n1aI Dales DC record difCer Cor health gtOups. Please refer to th_lnlroduetion Cor specific dalesDC record Cor each group.2 Rate DC chaDs- (in per....l) in the number., Rate DC clllmse em percent) in the number per 10.000 populatiOD.• Indicates lha! the base Cor the rale DC chaDse is lessthaD 10.Dla- Not applicable I nOI a>mparable.Prepared"':HealthHumanRt:soura:sUnllThe UDi_lJ of Brltlsb Columbia00oTable 59Health Region 50 • RichmondHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996o 110o 10o 105S9Unkoown Total---1106824o2811oooooAge UnkllOwn SubtotalM __F__M__ F65+o 0o 04 0M F31oF55·64oo61119145·54o1346121135·44o125111910F25·34oo12M<25o 11o 2o 0M __F ::.:...__-.:.__M F__M F__M -.:._Health GroupDental ServicesCcrtificd Dental AssistantsDental HygicnistsDentistsMedical & Treatment ServicesEmcrgcncy Medical AssistantsFirst RcspondcrsPhannacistsPhysicians (Non-Postgraduatc)Nursing ServicesLicensed Practical NursesRegistered NursesLicensed Graduatc NursesRegistered Psychiatric NursesNutrition & Dietary ServicesDictitians & Nutritionistso33oo1oooo16o416o1o152242946ooo54111526138o841313166168ooo1o1929342211151851464o4oooo1131536232513155321oo1oooo3108931oooo20ooooooo1128ooooo11ooooooooo2oo128218632011119o1o665663114104152513ooooooooo34224119210125123152613Psychological ServicesPsychologistsRehabilitation ServicesMassagc ThcrapistsOccupational TherapistsPhysical Therapistsoo11oo11o569825194418321226112251014253oo1o25oooooooooooooo3o1811102415114116oooo332251100TOTAL 9 49 154 370 220 461 229 395 55 118 24 12 2 8 693 1,413 o 2,106Preparedby:H.allh Human RuourcuUnllTh. Un.....lty oCBrllLsh ColumbIaTable 60Health Region 50 - RichmondSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place or GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba Ontario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unknown TOTALHealth Group __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_~ __N_ --.!!.- __N_ --.!!.- __N_ --.!!.- __N_ --.!!.-Dental ServicesCert ified Dental Assistants 145 85.29 7 4.12 2 1.18 0 0.00 0 0.00 154 90.59 16 9.41 0 0.00 170 100.00DenIal HY8ienists 30 42.86 5 7.14 11 15.71 11 15.71 4 5.71 61 87. 14 9 12.86 0 0.00 70 100.00Dentists 42 40.00 9 8.57 10 9.52 4 3.8 1 10 9.52 75 71.43 30 28.57 0 0.00 105 100.00Medical & Treatmen: ServicesPharmacists 95 79.83 2 1.68 10 8.40 2 1.68 1 0.84 110 92.44 8 6.72 1 0.84 119 100.00Physicians (Directory Active) 87 32.22 25 9.26 35 12.96 22 8.15 18 6.67 187 69.26 83 30.74 0 0.00 270 100.00Nursing ServicesLicensed Pract ical Nunes 84 67.20 5 4.00 9 7.20 6 4.80 4 3.20 108 86.40 13 10.40 4 3.20 125 100.00Registered Nunes 299 4 1.36 63 8.71 66 9.13 57 7.88 51 7.05 536 74.14 187 25.86 0 0.00 723 100.00Registered Psychiatric Nunes 21 80.77 0 0.00 1 3.85 0 0.00 0 0.00 22 84.62 3 11.54 1 3.85 26 100.00Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians &. Nutritionists 7 53.85 7.69 2 15.38 0 0.00 7.69 11 84.62 2 15.38 0 0.00 13 100.00PsychologicalServicesPsychol08ists 11 33.33 3 9.09 2 6.06 8 24.24 3.03 25 75.76 8 24.24 0 0.00 33 100.00RehabiUtation ServicesMassage Therapists 19 86.36 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 13.64 0 0.00 22 100.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 22 100.00Occupational Therapists 23 40.35 1 1.75 1 1.75 8 14.04 3 5.26 36 63.16 20 35.09 1 1.75 57 100.00Physical Therapists 41 41.00 6 6.00 3 3.00 8 8.00 6 6.00 64 64.00 34 34.00 2 2.00 100 100.00TOTAL 904 49.32 127 6.93 152 8.29 129 7.04 99 5.40 1.411 76.98 413 22.53 9 0.49 1,833 100.00I Place ofgraduation is not available for all healthgroups. Therefore, the total numbershownhere willbe less thanthe totalshownin the firsttable of this section.Prtpa,.d by:Htal1tlHuman RtlOW'<ts UnitThe Unlv....1tyoCBrttbh Columbia 00....8283Table 61Health Region 60 - Capital HealthHealth Personnel, Hospital Beds, Community Pharmacies and Population1995 and 19961Nwnberper AJmuaJNwnber 10.000Population Rale ora..lJlleHealth Grllllp 1995 1996 1995 1996 Nwnbel'" Ratio)Dental Set'I'ice&CertifiedDcmA1 AaaillAllts n1a 464 n1a 13.79 nla nJaDallal HYSiCllisla 170 180 5.14 5.35 6.43 4.53Dclllista 216 22S 6.53 6.69 2.92 1.73Medicol & Treatment Set'I'icesEm:rgeaey Medical AasialADIS 190 182 5.74 5.41 -338 -4.65FU'It Responders 806 880 24.35 26.15 7.82 630Pbarmacisla 241 253 7.28 7.52 3.12 2.04Physiciaos 897 908 27.10 26.98 134 -0.47Nursing ServicesLiCCDSed Practical NID'IleS 589 573 17.80 17.03 -2.72 -4.31Regiata'ed Nw'ses 3.841 3.850 116.05 114.42 0.23 -1.41Liceoaed GradualcNwscs 26 20 0.79 0.59 -23.08 -2434Registered Psychiatric Nurses 152 139 4.59 4.13 -6.12 -7.21Nutrition & Dktary ServicesDietitiaos &. NutritioDists 91 89 2.75 2.64 -1.89 -3.27Psychological ServicesPBychologisu 143 147 432 437 2.80 1.11Rehobilitalion ServicesMassageTherapists 122 124 3.69 3.69 1.40 -0.Q2OccupatioulTherapisls 87 96 2.63 2.85 9.51 7.85Physical Therapists 267 264 8.07 7.85 -1.12 -2.75TOTAL 7,838 8,394 236.llZ 249.46 7.09 534Hospital BedsAC:Ule CareBeds 978 1.023 29.55 30.40 4.60 2.88Exte2lded CareBods 1,383 I,3S3 41.79 41.10 0.00 -1.64BassiDelS 64 64 1.93 1.90 0.00 -1.64Rehabilitation Beds 45 0 136 0.00 -100.00 -100.00TOTAL BEDS 2,470 2,470 74.63 73.41 0.00 -1.64Community Pharmacies 61 63 1.84 1.87 2.06 1.00Population 33ll,!166 336,488 nla n1a 1.67 nlaI Dales DC record differ Cor beallb groups. PleasereCer 10lbe InlroducliOD Cor specilic dales DC recordCor each group.2Rate DC cbaose(in per=2I) in lbeDumber.2Rare DC chaose [m perCCIII) in theDumberper 10.000 population.D1a· Not applicable I DOl comparable.P,_<db1.HeoIlb He.... Raoe.... VeilThe Vel""'lyorBril1<b ColumbiaTable 62Health Region 60 • Capital HealthHealth Personnel by Age and Sex1996<25 25·34 35-44 45-54 55·64 65+ AgeUnknowu Subtotal SexHealth Group M F _M____F_ M F _M____F_ M F M __F__M____F_ M F ~ ....!!!!!L--- ---Dental ServicesCertifiedDental Assistants 0 53 0 218 0 151 0 33 0 5 0 0 0 3 0 463 1 464Dental Hygienists 0 2 2 64 4 76 2 27 1 1 0 1 0 0 9 171 0 180Dentists . 0 0 20 8 SO 9 96 1 32 1 8 0 0 0 206 19 0 USMedical & Treatment ServicesEmergency Medical Assistants 8 0 34 14 71 17 27 6 4 0 0 0 1 0 145 37 0 182FirstResponders 50 8 225 49 303 27 163 8 26 4 4 0 12 1 783 97 0 880Phannacists 5 2 32 38 28 42 31 32 20 6 12 1 3 1 131 122 0 253Physicians (Non-Postgraduate) 2 2 47 41 176 93 228 49 148 16 96 3 6 1 703 205 0 908Nursing ServicesLicensedPractical Nurses 0 7 3 72 16 184 24 172 7 67 I 10 1 9 52 521 0 513Registered Nurses I 32 28 563 71 1.269 42 1.243 9 527 0 62 0 3 151 3,699 0 3.850LicensedGraduateNurses 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 10 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 20 0 20RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses 0 0 2 15 8 27 19 44 6 17 0 0 0 1 35 104 0 139Nutrition & Dietary ServicesDietitians& Nutritionists 0 0 0 21 0 29 0 27 0 7 0 0 4 88 0 89Psychological ServicesPsychologists 0 0 0 0 6 18 32 37 23 19 5 7 0 0 66 81 0 147Rehabilitation ServicesMassageTherapists 1 0 4 24 10 39 10 27 5 0 1 0 1 2 32 92 0 124OccupationalTherapists 0 0 1 21 5 30 0 27 0 3 0 0 0 9 6 90 0 96PhysicalTherapists 1 3 12 50 14 69 11 73 3 20 1 3 1 3 43 221 0 264TOTAL 68 109 410 1,198 762 2,085 685 1,816 284 697 128 88 26 37 2,363 6,030 1 8,394Prtpartd by;H•• llh Hum.n Ruoure.. UnllTh. Unlt ...IIJ or BrlllshColumbl.Table 63Health Region 60 - Capital HealthSelected Health Personnel' by Place of Graduation1996Place of GraduationSaskatchewan &B.C. Alberta Manitoba On tario Other Canada Canada Subtotal Other Country Unknown TOTALHealth Grou p __N_ ---!!- __N_ ---!!- __N_ ---!!- __N_ ---!!- __N_ ---!!- __N_ ---!!- __N_ --!!.- __N_ ---!!- __N_ --!!.-Del/talServicesCertified Dental Assistants 443 95.47 11 2.37 4 0.86 0 0.00 1 0.22 459 98.92 5 1.08 0 0.00 464 100.00Dental Hygienists 96 53.33 17 9.44 21 11.67 29 16.11 9 5.00 172 95.56 8 4.44 0 0.00 180 100.00Dentists 45 20.00 61 27.11 26 1l.S6 37 16.44 15 11.11 194 86.22 31 13.78 0 0.00 22S 100.00Medical& TreatmentServicesPhannacists 171 67.59 23 9.09 37 14.62 3 1.19 2 0.79 236 93.28 17 6.72 0 0.00 153 100.00Physicians (Directory Active) 189 20.81 147 16.19 78 8.59 174 19.16 85 9.36 673 74.12 235 15.88 0 0.00 908 100.00Nursing ServicesLicensed Practical Nurses 380 66.32 36 6.28 32 5.58 63 10.99 28 4.89 539 94.07 15 262 19 3.32 573 100.00Registered Nurses 2,047 53.17 369 9.58 360 9.35 474 12.31 213 5.53 3,463 89.95 387 10.05 0 0.00 3,850 100.00Registered Psychiatric Nurses 67 48.20 8 5.76 38 27.34 0 0.00 0 0.00 113 81.29 14 10.07 12 8.63 139 100.00Nutrition & DietaryServicesDietitians &. Nutritionists 30 33.71 16 17.98 5 5.62 10 11.24 20 2247 81 91.01 6 6.74 2 2.15 89 100.00Psychological ServicesPsychologists 50 34.01 17 1l.S6 7 4.76 23 15.65 3 2.04 100 68.03 47 31.97 0 0.00 147 100.00Rel,abilitatioll ServicesMassage Therapists 50 40.32 1 0.81 0 0.00 60 48.39 1 0.81 112 90.32 6 4.84 6 4.84 124 100.00Occupational Therapists 31 32.29 7 7.29 2 2.08 20 20.83 7 7.29 67 69.79 21 21.88 8 8.33 96 100.00Physical Therapisl! 49 Ig.56 39 14.77 26 9.g5 51 19.32 20 7.58 185 70.08 71 29.11 2 0.16 264 100.00TOTAL 3,648 49.89 152 10.28 636 8.10 944 12.91 414 5.66 6,394 81.45 869 11.88 49 0.61 1,312 100.00I Placeor graduation is not available for aU health groups. Therefore, the totalnumber shownherewillbe lessthanthe tolalshownin the firsttableoflhis section.Prtpor,rJby.Hrahh HumanR••ourcel UnhTh. Unlnnlly orBrltt.h ColumbIa86APPENDIX AINFORMATION ABOUT HEALTH PERSONNEL8788Definition:CERTIFIED DENTAL ASSISTANTSA certified dental assistant (dental auxiliary -level m...may be delegated the following duties and procedures under the personal supervision of a duly licensedmember of the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia:(a) those duties or procedures which a dental assistant (dental auxiliary -level 1) may perform.!(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;(f) 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;(I) 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 bandinglbonding and debanding/debonding procedures;(e) fitting orthodontic bands prior to assessment by a member;(f) 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;(I) fitting headgear prior to assessment by a member.'Notes:Information on certified dental assistants (CDAs) was prepared from registration data maintained by theCollege of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia (CDSBC) and includes CDAs who were British Columbiaresidents at the date of record. Data presented in the tables are based on home address for the majority ofcertified dental assistants . Precise percentages of home versus employment or other address are not known.1 Regulations of The College ofDenial Surgeons ofBritish Columbia, Auxiliary Bodies, revised June 1988, Article 10.16.See also National Occupational Classification 1992, Major Group 34, No. 3411, Ottawa: Employment and ImmigrationCanada.2 Ibid., Article 10.17.3 Regulations, op. cit ., Article 10.19.CDAs may now register with the CDSBC as either active or non-practising. Because of the introduction ofthe new registration categories, data are not comparable to previous years and no rates of change are presentedforCDAs.DENTAL HYGIENISTS89Definition: A dental hygienist... assesses the status of teeth and adjacent tissues and provides preventive and therapeutic dental hygieneservices for teeth and adjacent tissues. The range of activities for a dental hygienist include:(a) clinical therapy;(b) health promotion;(c) education;(d) administration;(e) research.'Notes:Information on dental hygienists was prepared from registration data maintained by the College of DentalHygienists of British Columbia (CDHBC) and includes dental hygienists who reported a British Columbiaaddress at the date of record. Data presented in the tables are based on home address for the majority of dentalhygienists. Precise percentages of home versus employment or other address are not known.Dental hygienists may hefully licensed, conditionally licensed, or hold non-practising status in theCDHBC. Fully and conditionally licensed dental hygienists are those who may legally practice in B.C. Theconditional licence category in the tables includes dental public health hygienists and conditionally licensedhygienists who are qualified to practise as dental hygienists, except that they are not authorised to administerlocal anaesthesia (formerly dental hygienists onpermit).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 treatmen t;(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.s4 Adapted from the regulations of the College of Dental Hygienists of British Columbia, Section 4. See also NationalOccupational Classification 1992. Major Group 32, No. 3222. Ottawa: Employment and Immigration Canada.S Adapted from National Occupational Classification 1992, Major Group 31, No. 3113. Ottawa: Employment andImmigration Canada.90Notes:Information on dentists was preparedfrom registration data maintainedby the Collegeof DentalSurgeonsof BritishColumbia(CDSBC)and includesdentists whoreporteda BritishColumbiaaddress at the date ofrecord. Datapresentedin the tablesare basedon employment addressfor the majorityof dentists. Precisepercentages of home versusemployment or other addressare not known.Dentistsmay be licensedor hold temporary or non-practising status in the CDSBC. Licenseddentistsarethose who may legally practice in B.C. Temporary statusmay be heldfor up to one year for thepurposeoflecturing or othereducational activitiesin the province; temporary status dentistsmay not performdentalservicesfor a fee. Non-practising statusencompasses dentistswhoare fully registeredwiththe CDSBCbut donot have a licence to practice in this province.EMERGENCY MEDICAL ASSISTANTSDefinition: An emergencymedicalassistant...providesfirst aid, nursing, and medicalservices to minimisedisability or lossof life in emergency situations.An emergency medical assistant (EMA)will be skilledin the areasof first aid, generalambulance practicesandprocedures, basic nursing, patient assessment, specialiseddiagnostics, and treatments.An emergency medical assistantFirstResponder (EMAFR) may be employedwitha policeforce, a firedepartment, or an agency approvedby theEmergency Health ServicesCommission (EHSC) suchas a NativeBand Council. All other EMAs are employed either with the EHSCor with a contractorwhohas a contractforservicewith the Commission.Emergency medical assistantsare categorised as follows:(a) Emergency MedicalAssistantFirstResponder (EMA FR)Receive4 to 32 hours of training. Actingas an EMA is generallynot a primary duty.(b) Emergency MedicalAssistantFirst Aid (EMA FA)Receiveapproximately 70 hours of training. ManyEMAFAs eventually receive thenecessarytraining, mostly related to ambulance operation, to move to EMA 1 status.(c) Emergency MedicalAssistant1 (EMA 1)Receiveapproximately80 hoursof training. An EMA 1 candidatemust havea secondaryschooleducationand an IndustrialFIrSt Aid (IFA) certificate. An EMA 1 is expected to work to strictprotocol. He/she will make only limited decisions aboutpatientmanagement(d) Emergency MedicalAssistant2 (EMA 2)Receive240 hours of training. An EMA 2 candidate musthave successfully completed EMA 1training. EMA 2 training is focused on developing patientassessmentskills to a level where theattendantknows why certain measures are taken,and how certain conditions can worsen or improvedepending on actions taken. Theseimprovedassessmentskillsassist the EMA 2 in revealingunderlying conditions whichmay not otherwise be discovered.(e) Emergency Medical Assistant3 - AdvancedLife Support(EMA 3 (ALS))Receive 56 weeks of training. A candidatefor EMA 3 (ALS)must have an EMA2 licenceandthree yearsof full-time ambulance experience.(0 Emergency MedicalAssistant3 - Infant Transport Team (EMA 3 (m))Receive 18 monthsof training. An EMA 3 (ITT) candidate must have an EMA 2 licence andthreeyearsof full-timeambulance experience. EMA If'Ts are only employedin Vancouver, and aremostly involvedin hospital to hospital transport66 Adapted from the Health Emergency Act, R.S.B.C.1979, Chapter 162, and from information provided by the EmergencyMedical Assistants Licensing Board, Ministry of Health, Province of British Columbia, January 1994.Notes:Information on emergencymedicalassistants(EMAs) was preparedfrom registrationdata maintainedbythe EmergencyMedical AssistantsLicensing Board (EMALB) and includesonly licensedEMAs who reporteda BritishColumbiaaddressat the date of record. Data presentedin the tables are based on employmentaddressfor all EMAs. In addition, as statedabove, acting as an EMA is not generallya primary work duty for FirstResponders.PHARMACISTS91Definition: A pharmacist...is responsible for the "practiceof pharmacy", which includesthe practiceof and responsibility for:(a) interpretation and evaluationof prescriptions;(b) compounding, dispensing and added labelling of drugs and devices;(c) monitoringdrug therapy;(d) identification, assessmentand recommendations necessary to resolveor prevent drug related problems inpatients;(e) advising persons of the therapeutic values,content and hazards of drugs and devices;(f) safe storageof drugs and devices;(g) maintenance of proper records, including patient records, for drugsand devices;(h) services,dutiesand transactions necessary to the management, operation and controlof a pharmacyor toprovide pharmacyservices in a hospital, facility or care centre;(i) sale of drugs by pharmacists,"Notes:Information on pharmacistswas preparedfrom registrationdata maintainedby the College of Pharmacistsof British Columbia(CPBC)and includeslicensedpharmacists who reporteda British Columbiaaddress at thedate of record. The data in the tables are presentedbased on employmentaddress whenpharmacistsreportemploymentin pharmacy. In 1995and 1997,employmentaddress was available for 87.0% and 99.6% ofpharmacistsemployedin pharmacy respectively. Home addressis used for the remainder, as well as forpharmacistsnot employed in pharmacy.PHYSICIANSDefinition: A physician in general practice...diagnosesand treats the diseases, physiological disorders, and injuriesof patients.Physiciansin general practiceperformsomeor all of the following duties:(a) examinepatients,order laboratorytests,X-rays, and other diagnosticprocedures and consult with othermedical practitioners to evaluatepatients' health;(b) prescribe and administer medicationsand treatments;(c) perform and assist in routine surgery;(d) inoculateand vaccinatepatients;(e) deliver babies and providepre-nataland post-natalcare;(f) advise patientson health care;(g) report births, deaths and contagiousdiseases to governmentalauthoriues.f? Adapted from information provided by the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia. See also National OccupationalClassification 1992, Major Group 31, No. 3131, Ottawa: Employment and Immigration Canada.92Specialistphysiciansinclude thosewhopractice in clinicalmedicine, laboratory medicineor surgery.Specialistsin clinical medicinediagnoseand treat diseases and physiological or psychiatricdisordersand act asconsultants to other physicians. Specialists in laboratory medicinestudy the nature,cause and development ofdiseases in humans. Specialists in surgeryperform and supervisesurgicalprocedures?Osteopaths diagnosedisorders and injuriesof the musculo-skeletal, circulatoryand nervoussystems.Treatments includemanipulative therapy, medicationsor surgery.l? Osteopathsare regulatedunder theMedical Practitioners Actand must be registeredby theCollegeof Physicians and Surgeonsof BritishColumbiain order to practisein the province.Notes:Information on physicians was derivedfrom the Collegeof Physicians and Surgeonsof BritishColumbia(CPSBC) physiciandatabase and includesnon-postgraduate physicianswho,at the date of record, wereregisteredby the CPSBCon the full, special, or temporary registers,and who reporteda BritishColumbiaaddress. Physicianson theseregisters are designatedDirectory Activeand licensed to practisemedicineinBritishColumbia.The temporary register includes thosewho are in postgraduate trainingor who have atemporary licence to practise. Data presentedin the tablesare based on employmentaddressfor the majorityofphysicians. Precisepercentages of home versus employment or other addressare not known. There iscurrently only one directory active osteopath in the province; he(she) is not includedin any of the tables.LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSESDefinition: A licensedpracticalnurse...may be employedin a widevariety of health care settingsand may carry out such nursingduties related to thecare of patients as is consistentwith [his/her] trainingand ability. All such duties are to be carried out underthe directionof a duly qualified physicianwho is attending the patient,or under the supervision of a graduatenursewho is renderingserviceto the patient,except in an emergency when the services of a licensedpracticalnursemay be urgentlyrequired. Providedthat the attending physiciangives directionsand assumesresponsibility with respect to the abilityoflicensed practicalnurses (LPNs) to carry out such services in asatisfactory manner,LPNsmay also undertake nursingservicefor patientsin private homes.'!Notes:Information on licensedpracticalnurses was preparedfrom registration data maintainedby the BritishColumbiaCouncilof Licensed PracticalNurses (BCCLPN) and the Collegeof LicensedPracticalNursesofBritishColumbia(CLPNBC)12 and includes licensedpracticalnurses (LPNs)who reporteda British Columbiaaddressat the date of record. The data in the tablesare presentedbasedon employmentaddress whenLPNsreportemploymentin nursing and employment addressis available. In 1995and 1996,employmentaddresswasavailablefor 84% of LPNsemployedin nursing. Homeaddress is used for the remainder, as well as forLPNs who are not employed in nursing.8 Adapted from National Occupational Classification 1992, Major Group 31, No. 3112, Ottawa; Employment andImmigration Canada.9 Adapted from National Occupational Classification 1992. Major Group 31, No. 3111, Ottawa; Employment andImmigration Canada.10 Adapted from National Occupational Classification 1992, Major Group 31, No. 3123, Ottawa; Employment andImmigration Canada.II Adapted from information provided by the British Columbia Council of Licensed Practical Nurses. See also NationalOccupational Classification 1992, Major Group 32, No. 3233, Ottawa: Employment and Immigration Canada.12 On March 22 1996, the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of British Columbia (CLPNBC) replaced the BritishColumbia Council of Licensed Practical Nurses (BCCLPN) as the regulatory body for licensed practical nurses.Definition: A registered nurseREGISTERED NURSES93...performs for others health care services which require the application of professional nursing knowledge andskills. The practice of nursing includes:(a) promoting, maintaining or restoring the health of the general public;(b) teaching nursing theory or practice;(c) counselling persons in respect of health care;(d) coordinating health care services;(e) engaging in administation, supervision, education, consultation, teaching or research for any of theforegoing.l3Notes:Information on registered nurses (RNs) was prepared from registration data maintained by the RegisteredNurses Association of British Columbia (RNABC) and includes RNs who reported a British Columbia addressat the date of record. An RN may hold a practising or non-practising membership in the RNABC. Apractising RN mayor may not be employed in nursing . A non-practising RN who commences employment innursing in British Columbia must convert to practising membership. The data in the tables are presented basedon employment address when the membership status is practising, when employment in nursing is reported,and when employment address is available. In 1995 and 1996, employment address was available for 88% and90% ofRNs employed in nursing, respectively. Home address is used for the remainder, as well as forpractising RNs who are not employed in nursing, and for RNs with non-practising membership status.There were a small number of RNs dually registered with the Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association ofBritish Columbia (see following information on RPNs). Dual registrants are included in both the RN and RPNcategories .LICENSED GRADUATE NURSESDefinition: A licensed graduate nurse(a) was employed in British Columbia, in a capacity substantially equivalent to a registered nurse, at any timeduring the two years prior to September 30, 1988;(b) graduated from a school of nursing that has standards substantially equivalent to those of any approvedschool of nursing, and;(c) was never a registered nurse, and at the time of application to the RNABC did not qualify as a registerednurse.l"Notes:Information on licensed graduate nurses (LGNs) was prepared from registration data maintained by theRegistered Nurses Association of British Columbia (RNABC) and includes LGNs who reported a BritishColumbia address at the date of record. An LGN may hold a practising or non-practising membership in theRNABC. A practising LGN mayor may not be employed in nursing. A non-practising LGN who commencesemployment in nursing in British Columbia must convert to practising membership. The data in the tables arepresented based on employment address when the membership status is practising, when employment innursing is reported. and when employment address is available . In 1995 and 1996, employment address was13 Adapted from the Rules under the Nurses (Registered) Act, Part 2, s.2.1 . (Information provided by the RegisteredNurses Association of British Columbia.)14 Adapted from the Nursing Statutes Amendment Act, 1988, Chapter 51, Section 13.1.94available for 87% and 92 % of practising LGNs employed in nursing, respectively. Home address is used forthe remainder, as well as for practising LGNs who are not employed in nursing, and for LGNs with non­practising membership status.REGISTERED PSYCHIA1RIC NURSESDefinition: A registered psychiatric nurse...practises in primary, secondary and tertiary care settings and provides service to individuals whose primarycare needs relate to mental and developmental health.The basis of psychiatric nursing is a caring, therapeutic relationship; the core knowledge and skills ofpsychiatric nursing are developed from the nursing, psycho-social, biological, and physical sciences.Psychiatric nursing practice includes clinical, administrative, educational, consultative and researchfunctions. 15Notes:Information on registered psychiatric nurses (RPNs) was prepared from data maintained by the RegisteredPsychiatric Nurses Association of British Columbia (RPNABC) and includes RPNs who reported a BritishColumbia address at the date of record. An RPN may hold either a practising or non-practising membership inthe RPNABC. A practising RPN must be employed in nursing. A non-practising RPN may not actively engagein the practise of psychiatric nursing. The data in the tables are presented based on employment address whenthe membership status is practising and employment address is available. In December 1995 and May 1997,employment address was available for 99% and 93% of practising RPNs respectively. Home address is used forthe remaining, as well as for RPNs with non-practising status.In 1997,329 practising and 110 non-practising RPNs held dual registration with the Registered NursesAssociation of British Columbia (RNABC) and the RPNABC. The numbers for 1995 were 399 practising and139 non-practising nurses. Dual registrants are included in both the RN and RPN categories.DIETITIANS AND NUTRITIONISTSDefinition: A dietitian/nutritionist...is a professional uniquely prepared for the practise of nutrition care through university education andrequired practicum in food and nutrition as well as biological, social and management sciences. Thedietitian/nutritionist applies knowledge and skills in normal and therapeutic nutrition and in food servicesystems management to individuals, groups, institutions, organisations and the community.16Notes:Information on registered dietitians and nutritionists (RDNs) was derived solely from the membershipdatabase of the British Columbia Dietitians' and Nutritionists' Association (BCDNA) and includes RDNs whoreported a British Columbia address at the date of record. RDNs may hold either a practising or a non­practising membership with the BCDNA. The data in the tables are presented based on employment addresswhen the membership status is practising, when employment in dietetics/nutrition is reported, and whenIS Adapted from information provided by the Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association ofBritish Columbia. See alsoNational Occupational Classification 1992, Major Group 31, No. 3152, Ottawa; Employment and Immigration Canada.16 Adapted from information provided by the Canadian Dietetic Association. See also National OccupationalClassification 1992, Major Group 31, No. 3132, Ottawa; Employment and Immigration Canada.employment address is available. In December 1995 and January 1997, employment address was available for94% and 96% of practising RDNs employed in dietetics/nutrition, respectively. Home address is used for theremainder, as well as for RDNs with practising status who are not employed in dietetics/nutrition, and forRDNs with non-practising status.PSYCHOLOGISTS95Definition: A psychologist...diagnoses psychological and emotional disorders, counsels clients, provides therapy and research, and appliestheory relating to behaviour and mental processes.Psychologists perform some or all of the following duties:(a) examine behaviour, diagnose psychological and emotional disorders, counsel clients, and provide therapy;(b) counsel individuals and groups to achieve more effective personal, social, and vocational development andadjustment;(c) apply psychological theory and principles regarding behaviour and mental processes such as learning,memory, perception, and language development;(d) formulate hypotheses and experimental designs, review literature, conduct studies, and publish researchpapersPNotes:Information on psychologists was prepared from registration data maintained by the College ofPsychologists of British Columbia (CPBq and includes registered psychologists who reported a BritishColumbia address at the date of record. Psychologists can register with the CPBC with either practising ornon-practising status , Members with non-practising status may not offer psychological services to the generalpublic, but may be employed by such institutions as School Boards or Universities. The data in the tables arepresented based on employment address when psychologists report employment in psychology and employmentaddress is available. In 1995 and 1996, employment address was available for 98% of psychologists employedin psychology. Home address is used for the remainder, as well as for psychologists not employed inpsychology.MASSAGE THERAPISTSDefinition: A massage therapist (formerly a massage practitioner)...provides assessment, treatment and prevention of soft tissue and joint disorders, dysfunction or injury usingtreatment methods which include (but are not limited to) manual techniques, hydrotherapy, light therapy,electrical modalities, therapeutic exercise and patient education to rehabilitate, relieve pain and promote overallhealth.I 8Notes:Information on massage therapists (MTs) was prepared from registration data maintained by the College ofMassage Therapists of British Columbia (CMTBC) and includes MTs who reported a British Columbia addressat the date of record . MTs may register with the CMTBC with either full or inactive status. Full registrants aremassage therapists who have passed registration examinations and are qualified to practise in massage therapyin British Columbia Inactive registrants are members of the CMTBC who are not currently practising massage17 Adapted from Nat ional Occupational Classification 1992, Major Group 41, No. 4151, Ottawa: Employment andImmigration Canada.18 Adapted from information provided by the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia.96therapy in British Columbia. Beginning in 1995, registrants who become inactive are required to pay anannual fee to maintain inactive status. 1S Inactive MTs are not included in the tables. The data in the tables arepresented based on employment address when the membership status is full registrant, when employment inmassage therapy is reported, and when employment address is available. In 1995 and 1997, employmentaddress was available for 92% and 94% of full registrant massage therapists respectively. Home address is usedfor the remainder, as well as for those who are not employed in massage therapy.OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTSDefinition: An occupational therapist...plans and carries out individually designed programs of activity for patients with physical or mental healthproblems to enhance their ability to care for themselves and to engage in work and recreational pursuits.Occupational therapists perform some or all of the following duties:(a) observe patients and consult physicians' prognoses to assess patients' emotional and physical capacities;(b) develop treatment programs which may include manual and creative arts, industrial and vocational skillsand recreational activities;(c) implement the treatment programs and evaluate their progress;(d) maintain clinical and statistical records;(e) advise on health risks in the workplace or participate in other programs, such as pre-retirement programs,to prevent physical or mental health problems;(1) conduct research in occupational therapy;(g) act as an occupational therapy consultant or educator. 19Preparation and Updating:Information on occupational therapists (OTs) was prepared from registration data maintained by theBritish Columbia Society of Occupational Therapists (BCSOT) and includes BCSOT members who reported aBritish Columbia address at the date of record. OTs who are also registered with the College of PhysicalTherapists of British Columbia (CPTBC) are included in both the occupational therapy and physical therapycategories. The exact number of personnel who are both members of the BCSOT and registered with theCPTBC is not known, so the extent of double-counting of personnel in these two groups can not be determined.OTs may hold a practising membership in the BCSOT and be registered as full-time, part-time orprovisional members, or hold a non-practising membership in the BCSOT. OTs who register as provisionalgenerally have met the educational and competency requirements of full-time or part-time membership, buthave not completed the national certification exam of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.The data in the tables are presented based on employment address when the membership status is registered orprovisional, when employment in occupational therapy is reported, and when employment address is available.In 1995 and 1997, employment address was available for 93% and 97% of registered or provisional OTsemployed in occupational therapy respectively. Home address is used for the remainder, as well as for OTswith registered or provisional status who are not employed in occupational therapy, and for OTs with non­practising membership status.19 Adapted from National Occupational Classification 1992, Major Group 31, No. 3143, Ottawa: Employment andImmigration Canada.Definition:PHYSICAL THERAPISTSA physical therapist (formerly a physiotherapist)97...provides physical, diagnostic and rehabilitative services to patients with physical dysfunctions caused bytrauma, congenital abnormality, disease, surgery, obstetrical and gynaecological conditions, and agingprocesses to restore and/or achieve optimal function.Physical therapists perform some or all of the followingduties:(a) administer tests and examine, observe and take a full history of patients to determine condition and status;(b) develop, plan, co-ordinate, monitor and adjust a rehabilitation treatment program appropriate to acondition to achieve objectives, either on an individual or group basis;(c) provide consultation to physicians, dentists, other health professionals, teachers or others appropriate to thecase;(d) instruct, advise and co-ordinate programs of remedial modalities for continuation of treatment;(e) recommend referral to other health centres, clinics or treatment facilities as appropriate;(1) provide consultation and direction to nurses, aides and activity workers to assist in their methods ofhandling the patient;(g) advise, teach, counsel and educate the patient, his/her family and/or caregivers on correct positions, aids,methods and means of movement for the affected part or the body as a whole;(h) conduct screening and other health promotion methods to facilitate physical health and prevent thepremature dysfunction of the body;(i) conduct research projects relating to any of the above to advance the state of knowledge in this field.20Notes:Information on physical therapists (PTs) was prepared from registration data maintained by the College ofPhysical Therapists of British Columbia (CPTBC) and includes PTs who reported a British Columbia addressat the date of record. PTs who also hold membershipin the British Columbia Society of OccupationalTherapists (BCSOT) are included in both the physical therapy and occupational therapy categories. The exactnumber of personnel who are both registered with the CPTBC and members of the BCSOT is not known, so theextent of double-counting of personnel in these two groups cannot be determined.A physical therapist may be afull, limited or inactive registrant of the CPTBC. (As of 1995, Part I andPart II registration classifications no longer exist for full registrants.) A PT may work as a limited (formerlytemporary) registrant until all qualifications for membership are met PTs with inactive registration status areincluded in these tables as these registrants are now required to pay a fee and register each year. Remedialgymnasts may also register as members of the CPTBC but are not included in the tables. The data in the tablesare presented based on employment address when the membership status is full or limited, when employmentin physical therapy is reported, and when employment address is available. In 1995and 1996, employmentaddress was available for 96% of full or limited PTs employed in physical therapy. Home address is used forthe remainder, as well as for PIs with full or limited status who are not employed in physical therapy, and forPTs with inactive membership status.20 Adapted from National Occupational Classification 1992, Major Group 31, No. 3142, Ottawa: Employment andImmigration Canada.98APPENDIXBMAP OF BRITISH COLUMBIABY HEALTH REGIONS9910017 British ColumbiaHealth RegionsHEALTIi REGIONS1 East Kootenay 14 North IslandlMid Coast2 West Kootenay - Boundary 15 Cariboo4 North Okanagan 16 North West5 South Okanagan - Simillcuncen 17 Peace River - Liard6 ThompsonValley 18 Northem Interior7 Upper Fraser Valley 20 Vancouver9 South Fraser Valley 30 Burnaby10 Simon FraSer 40 North Shore11 Coast Garibaldi 50 Richmond13 Central Vancouver Island 60 Capital Health10194Source: HealthEcoIlOl:llic5 and PlamJiug Branch.British Columbia Minisl1y ofHcalthConversion TableConversion Summary: B.C. Health Regions and Local Health AreasB.C. Health Re~ion(s) Local Health Area(s)1 East Kootenay 1 Fernie 4 Windermere2 Cranbrook 5 Creston3 Kimberley 18 Golden2 West Kootenay - Boundary 6 Kootenay Lake 11 Trail7 Nelson 12 Grand Forks9 Castlegar 13 Kettle Valley10 Arrow Lakes4 North Okanagan 19 Revelstoke 22 Vernon20 Salmon Arm 78 Enderby21 Armstrong-Spallumchccn5 South Okanagan - Similkamccn 14 Southern Okanagan 17 Princeton15 Penticton 23 Central Okanagan16 Keremeos 77 Summerland6 Thompson Valley 24 Kamloops 30 South Cariboo26 North Thompson 31 Merritt29 Lillooet7 Uppcr Fraser Valley 32 Hope 75 Mission33 Chilliwack 76 Agassiz - Harrison34 Abbotsford9 South Fraser Valley 35 Langley 37 Delta36 Surrey10 Simon Fraser 40 New Westminster 43 Coquitlam42 Maple Ridge11 Coast Garibaldi 46 Sunshine Coast 48 Howe Sound47 Powell River13 Central Vancouver Island 65 Cowichan 68 Nanaimo66 Lake Cowicban 69 Qualicum67 Ladysmith 70 Alberni14 North IslandlMid Coast 71 Courtenay 84 Vancouver Island West72 Campbell River 85 Vancouver Island North15 Cariboo 27 Cariboo - Chilcotin 49 Central Coast28 Quesnel16 North West 50 Queen Charlotte 87 Stikine52 Prince Rupert 88 Terrace54 Smithers 92 Nishga80 Kitimat 94 Telearapb Creek17 Peace River - Liard 59 Peace River South 81 Fort Nelson60 Peace River North18 Northern Interior 55 Bums LakcJEutsukLake 57 Prince George56 Ncchako20 Vancouver 39 Vancouver30 Burnaby 41 Burnaby40 North Shore 44 North Vancouver 45 Wcst Vancouver50 Richmond 38 Richmond60 Capital Health 61 Greater Victoria 63 Saanich62 Sooke 64 Gulf Islands101Source: Health Economics and Planning Branch. 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