GPSC News


February 28, 2022

Based on a process established in the last Physician Master Agreement, several of the GPSC fees have been increased. The fees actually went into effect April 1, 2020 but are being implemented now due to pandemic delays. Family doctors can...

February 28, 2022

In response to requests from maternity care providers to create a fee to better support early prenatal care, GPSC is announcing the new maternity risk assessment fee. At a glance: The Maternity Care Risk Assessment Fee What is it? $50 (...

January 31, 2022

Another year of living and caring for each other during a global health pandemic has come and gone. Throughout it all, BC doctorscontinued to model resilience and strength, and champion change. The latest issue of Collaborate on Health in...

January 24, 2022

This year's Community Longitudinal Family Physician (CLFP) payment will increase by an average of $6200 over last year’s average payment. This includes a one-time payment (an average of $5000) to eligible family physicians, along with...

December 08, 2021

The physician representatives of the GPSC are working doctors. Like our members, they understand the day-to-day challenges and contributions within the medical profession. Here, the GPSC physician members describe their reasons for joining...