Community Health Boards in Nova Scotia are made up of everyday citizens of all ages and walks of life who serve as the eye, ears and voice of the communities. They collect and share information on local health needs and services as well as encourage partnerships and community participation around health initiatives. They also identify factors that influence health, help educate the public about the health care system and develop community health plans.
Qualifications to participate:
- Must be a resident of the area the CHB serves
- Commitment to time necessary for the three year CHB term.
The Nova Scotia Community Health Boards consist of 9 districts:
- South Shore Health
- South West Health
- Annapolis Valley Health
- Cumberland Health Authority
- Colchester East Hants Health Authority
- Capital Health IWK Health Centre
- Pictou County Health Authority
- Guysborough Antagonish Straight Health Authority; and
- Cape Breton Health Authority.
To determine your area on an interactive map of the province, click here.
To learn about how you can join a Community Health Board in your area click here.
To contact the Nova Scotia Community Health Boards click here.