Wellness & Engagement

Total Health Index

The Total Health Index (THI) is a confidential online assessment that can help you discover more about your total health status and risk areas. (Note: the THI is currently in its pilot stage and offered to Langley Hospital based medical staff ONLY)

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The THI is an online health assessment administered by Morneau Shepell, Fraser Health’s Employee Assistance Program provider. Data is collected in four core areas (physical, mental, life and work) and then used to evaluate the health, engagement and productivity levels of the organization and identify recommended areas of focus.

It only takes about 20-minutes to complete. Once finished, you’ll obtain your personal health score and recommendations about how to improve your health across four key areas: mental, physical, work and life.

By completing the survey, you’ll receive real-time information about your health, including personalized reports and recommendations to help you manage your health. You’ll also be provided the opportunity to give feedback on your workplace experience.

Currently, the THI is in pilot phase. At this time, all Langley Memorial Hospital and Langley community health services staff are being invited to participate.

For a walkthrough of the tool, watch this video.

We want to improve our people’s experience of supporting and providing care. The THI will help us understand which areas we need to focus on.

The THI is 100 per cent confidential. No one but you will see your answers or individual results. Fraser Health will receive results in aggregate only.

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Physician Health Program (From Doctors of BC)

Live Well Exercise Clinic


MDs4Wellness is a group of passionate physicians working to improve the wellness of our local* physicians by connecting with each other through unique events, workshops and seminars that enhance our collective social, physical, mental and spiritual well-being.

*Our membership currently includes physicians working and/or living in the New Westminster and Tri-Citites (Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, and Coquitlam) areas. However, we value inclusion and collaboration, and welcome physicians from other communities to join us in our efforts to foster wellness.


Facility Engagement in Fraser Health

Eleven hospitals in Fraser Health are involved in BC’s Facility Engagement Initiative (FEI). Established through the 2014 Physician Master Agreement, FEI aims to strengthen communication and collaboration between our health authority and the medical staff working in our hospitals, ultimately to benefit patient care.

Through a formal physician society structure and funding, medical staff members have tools and funding from the Specialist Services Committee (SSC) to work together with each other, administrators and health authority leadership to strengthen relationships and increase meaningful physician involvement in decision-making. Physicians can also identify priorities in their work environment and patient care, and lead local activities tailored to their hospital.

Regional information contact: Jag.Sandhu@fraserhealth.ca 
Leader, Specialist Services Committee Initiatives, Physician Partnerships & Performance, Office of the Vice President Medicine

Provincial website: www.facilityengagement.ca/

Facility Engagement at Mission Memorial Hospital

The 30 family physicians at Mission Memorial Hospital are working to:

  • Strengthen relationships between health authorities and facility-based physicians
  • Improve the physician work environment, the delivery of patient care and the cost effectiveness of the health care system

Engagement Governance and Working Group

The Engagement Working Group was established to plan activities that increase physician involvement in the workplace. Current members are:

Engagement Activities and Projects

The following projects have been approved for funding in 2018. The next round of funding will take place on xxx

Notice of meetings 

Upcoming Medical Staff Meeting: