Nuxalk Nation


The Nuxalk Nation Health Department is committed to providing its members with safe, equitable, and community-based healthcare services grounded in Nuxalk culture and tradition.

Health Services

Book Your Required Health Service Below by clicking on the relevant service
Dental Therapy


Dental services provided by Dr. Dali Li.

To book use the information below
+1 (250) 799 5809


Optometry services provided by FYI Doctors (Williams Lake) and Sea to Sky Optometry (Pemberton).

To book use the information below
+1 (250) 799 5809


Audiology services provided by Chris Snavely.

To book use the information below
+1 (250) 799 5809

Dental Therapy

Service provided by FNHA.

To book use the information below
+1 (250) 799 5809

Nuxalk Patient Travel Program

The Nuxalk Patient Travel Program is delivered through FNHA’s Medical Transportation Benefits. MT benefits provide remote community members assistance with the cost of meals, accommodation and transportation to help you travel to a medical appointment outside your community of residence. MT coverage is intended as a supplement and may not cover the full cost of your travel. MT benefits cover travel to the closest appropriate provider, using the most efficient and economical type of transportation appropriate for your needs and medical condition.

For more information on the Nuxalk Nation’s policy on patient travel and the Code of Conduct for clients and escorts, please click here (documents to come). For information regarding booking patient travel please click here (documents to come).
Mavis Walkus
Patient Travel Coordinator
pt.assistant@nuxalknation.ca250 799 5809 ext. 214
Crystal Legault
Patient Travel Assistant 799 5809 ext. 218

Home and Community Care

Nuxalk Home and Community Care provides home care services, including house cleaning and personal care, to eligible clients in the Nuxalk Nation. The program also provides diabetes care and foot clinics. Services such as woodcutting and snow shovelling are also available. For more information on Home and Community Care call 250 799. 5809.

Jordan’s Principle

Jordan's Principle makes sure all First Nations children living in Canada can access the products, services and supports they need, when they need them. Funding can help with a wide range of health, social and educational needs, including the unique needs that First Nations Two-Spirit and LGBTQQIA children and youth and those with disabilities may have.

Jordan's Principle is named in memory of Jordan River Anderson. He was a young boy from Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba.
Carrie Turchinetz
Jordan’s Principle Administrator
jp.coordinator@nuxalknation.ca250 799 5809 ext. 203

Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice emphasizes accountability, making amends, and — if there is interest — facilitated meetings between victims, offenders, and other persons. Restorative Justice workers case manage and support individuals going the circuit court system and provide traditional healing circles.
Jeanette Apps
Restorative Justice Worker
restorative@nuxalknation.ca250 799 5809 ext. 220

Cultural Liaison

The Cultural Liaison facilitates spiritual healing services such as brushing, smudging, and provides traditional medicine. The Cultural Liaison also offers the cedar weaving program.

First Nations Health Authority Public Health Services

Nuxalk Health hosts FNHA’s Community Health Nursing Services. Community Health Nurses (CHNs) in health centres provide a comprehensive range of nursing services, including in health promotion and disease prevention. Their practice aims to build the capacity of individual, family, and community wellness. Our FNHA Community Health Nurse is Sophie Mack and her assistant is Amy Pootlass.
Sophie Mack (RN)
FNHA Community Health Nurse
sophie.mack@fnha.ca250 799 5902 ext. 253
Amy Pootlass
FNHA Nursing Assistant
amy.pootlass@fnha.ca250 799 5902 ext. 256


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