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A Unique Place To Live

There is nowhere in Canada like Newfoundland and Labrador

The people who live here define the province every bit as much as our rugged geography: friendly, welcoming, possessing a culture all their own. It’s a place that’s hard to leave, and easy to fall in love with. Stay for what you love; move here to discover a different and unique lifestyle, unlike anywhere else.

Health zones across the province:

1. Eastern Rural and Urban

2. Central

3. Western

4. Labrador-Grenfell

Eastern Rural and Urban Zones

Serving over 300,000 people, the Eastern Zone is our largest health region and home to the province’s capital, St. John’s. The Eastern Zone is divided into Rural and Urban and represents our bustling city life and small town charm in some of the best ways. The Urban Zone has the province’s only tertiary health care centre and children’s hospital, with teaching opportunities available. During your down time, enjoy the sweeping coastal landscape and beautiful walking trails that weave throughout the land.

Central Zone

Central Zone serves approximately 92,600 people (18% of the population of Newfoundland and Labrador), living in 176 communities. With a geographical area encompassing more than half of the total land mass of the island, the Central Health Zone extends from Charlottetown in the east, Fogo Island in the north, Harbour Breton in the south, to Baie Verte in the west.

Central Zone has more than 3,300 dedicated employees. There are approximately 155 physicians practicing within the region, as well as approximately 800 volunteers and two Health Foundations.

Western Zone

The Western Zone serves a population of approximately 77,980 residents. It provides community based services from 24 office sites, community based medical services from 26 medical clinic sites (including traveling clinic sites), and eight health facilities.

There are over 3,400 employees who work in approximately 50 separate buildings throughout the region. There are approximately 1,250 volunteers who assist in delivering programs, services and special events

Western includes communities from Port aux Basques, southeast to Francois, northwest to Bartlett’s Harbour, and on the eastern boundary north to Jackson’s Arm.

Labrador-Grenfell Zone

The Labrador-Grenfell zone is one of Newfoundland and Labrador’s five health zones which covers Labrador and all communities north of Bartlett’s Harbour on the Northern Peninsula island portion of the Province. Within this zone, health and community services are provided to approximately 37,000 people inclusive of three Indigenous groups: Innu, Inuit, and Southern Inuit.

The Labrador-Grenfell zone employs approximately 1,500 staff and operates 22 facilities, including three hospitals, three community health centres, 14 community clinics and two long-term care facilities.

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