What do we do?
The Specialists of BC work to represent member and patient needs on governing boards and committees
The Specialists of BC create awareness of the value medical, surgical and diagnostic specialties provide to members, non-member specialists, family physicians, Doctors of BC, and patients
A larger membership of specialists enables a collective voice that achieves tangible benefits for individual members
A clear and effective voice for specialists is necessary to improve and transform health care delivery to meet the demands on the system
How can you benefit?
By gaining access to expertise when and where it is needed
By acting as knowledgeable partner in connecting expertise to opportunities within the health system
By advocating for fair compensation for specialists
By supporting collaborative efforts to save money and improve the quality of care within the healthcare system
How can we all benefit?
Informing the evolution of the healthcare system with the unique perspectives of specialists
Effectively influencing the equality and equity of compensation for specialists
What is the Council of Specialists?
The Council of Specialists is currently composed of 32 specialty groups of physicians and surgeons. The Council meets to conduct business pertaining to the economic and political interests of specialty medicine. Regular meetings are held quarterly, and an annual general meeting is convened each year.
Dr John Falconer is a clinical neurologist in Kelowna, BC, specializing in stroke. John has been the specialty group representative to our Council in his role as section head for Neurology. John joined the Specialists of BC Executive in January of 2015 and became President in April. He is excited about the opportunity to represent specialists in a new way, and looks forward to serving you.
Join the Specialists of BC (SSPS)
Tap the green Join now! box at right to get you to the Doctors of BC website. Once there enter your Doctors of BC ID number and password to login at the top right. Select My Dues, Sections and Societies from the list at right, choose your Section/Society Memberships and make a secure payment using your credit card.
Thanks for joining the Specialists of BC.
Or you can use this URL https://www.doctorsofbc.ca/account/dues to join. After logging in (you’ll be prompted), add the appropriate amount to the total (along with your Doctors of BC dues and any others you pay), or just pay your Specialist of BC dues if you’ve already joined the association. Thank you!
The SSPS values the efforts of its specialty groups and affiliated societies. We encourage you to visit them online: