Critical Care

Critical Care

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Every person in British Columbia’s 30 intensive care units (ICUs) should experience high quality care. By working on both clinical and performance improvement, we and our partners across the health system are moving towards achieving this goal.

BC Critical Care Network

The BC Critical Care Network is open to all members of the critical care community across British Columbia.

By joining the Critical Care Network, you will have access to monthly meetings where discussions around areas such as clinical sharing, quality improvement, research and data contribute towards advancing the voice of critical care across the province.

Click below to sign up for the BC Critical Care Network or browse available resources.

Provincial Critical Care Services Executive Committee (CCSEC)

The Critical Care Services Executive Committee (CCSEC) provides guidance and recommendations based on provincial collaboration for the planning and delivery of high-quality care for critically ill patients across the province.  Quality is defined through the lens of the BC Health Quality Matrix and represents a shared vision of quality in the critical care community. Please see the CCSEC Terms of Reference for more information.


Since March 2020, the Critical Care Services Executive Committee has supported the BC health system’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This involves collaboration to ensure high quality of care for COVID-19 patients who are critically ill.

The BC Centre for Disease Control provides up to date critical care information for healthcare workers in hospital settings and those caring for patients hospitalized or experiencing severe COVID-19.

Key Contact

Andrea Wnuk
Leader, Analytics and Strategic Initiatives