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Sea to Sky

Rugged and almost overwhelmingly beautiful, the region known as the Sea-to-Sky Corridor will satiate anyone’s thirst for adventure. Skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, sailing, rock climbing, hiking, camping, golf – all these activities and more are abundantly accessible in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor.

The Corridor comprises a fast-growing area that stretches north of Vancouver from Furry Creek to D’Arcy. Major centres include Squamish, with close to 15,000 residents, the resort destination of Whistler, with approximately 10,000 full-time residents, and Pemberton, home to approximately 8,000. Several First Nations communities are part of the Sea to Sky mosaic. The Corridor is a recreational Mecca, and visitors can swell the population of Whistler to 100,000 in the busy season.

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Squamish General Hospital

Squamish General Hospital is a 25-bed acute care, medical/surgical hospital supported by diagnostic laboratory and imaging departments, as well as physiotherapy and social work services. It provides emergency, ambulatory, inpatient, maternity, anesthetic and general surgery care. Visiting specialists augment our general practitioner care with consultation and some surgical services. Tertiary care is available in nearby Vancouver and North Vancouver. The hospital supports joint community programs such as a diabetic day care, arthritis rehabilitation, pre-natal classes and cardiovascular disease prevention.

Squamish General Hospital & the chief

Hilltop House

Hilltop House in Squamish is a 61-bed long-term care facility for seniors with complex needs. It provides home-like care for its permanent residents, as well as respite care, a community bathing program and adult day care for seniors.

Whistler Health Care Centre

Whistler Health Care Centre is a busy diagnostic and treatment centre that serves up to 140 patients a day in the busiest season. It is also an emergency and ambulatory care centre. Our staff specialize in treating sports related injuries, as well as stabilizing trauma and critical care patients for transfer to Lower Mainland hospitals. The Centre has no overnight stay capacity, but does have an on-call system. Medical care in Whistler is augmented by general medical practices and a walk-in clinic.

Whistler health care centre

Pemberton Health Centre

Pemberton Health Centre is a smaller diagnostic and treatment centre staffed by resident general practitioners and registered nurses who serve small population pockets spread out over a wide area. There is no inpatient stay capacity and the nurses take first call. Serious conditions are stabilized and transported via air or road ambulance to Lower Mainland hospitals.

Pemberton health centre

Meet Our Staff

“I am grateful for this opportunity at Squamish General Hospital because it has allowed me to design my life for a better work/life balance. I strive to spend as much time as possible in the mountains. Every day that I work, rain or shine, I walk outside the hospital and see the Stawamus Chief up close, and marvel at it,” says Hyo-jung, Perioperative Nurse at Squamish Hospital.

“From my experience working in four different health regions in Alberta and British Columbia, it is clear that similar challenges exist in every unit and every hospital. In my role in the perioperative program, I feel supported because we have active discussions about our challenges and take initiatives to improve as a team. It is a dynamic group of people that I enjoy working with.”


“I enjoy working with an amazing team who are not only very passionate, but are also very dedicated to providing the best quality of care to our residents,” says Mario, a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) at Hilltop House in Squamish BC.

“This position allows me the opportunity to experience working in a beautiful area of BC, and with a very diverse care team. My co-nurses and management staff are always approachable and well informed to situations and problems I need support with. Working in Squamish and beside The Mighty Stawamus Chief Mountain helps me appreciate the natural beauty of my province. It really is Supernatural BC.”

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