People with kidney disease in BC have access to the highest quality, person-centred care, enabling them to live their lives to the fullest.
The BC Provincial Renal Agency is responsible for the coordination and funding of outstanding kidney patient care, and acts as a catalyst for research, knowledge translation and innovation.
Our values provide a focus for how we approach our work and the work of the BC renal network. They collectively inspire a culture that is dynamic, engaged and results-oriented.
We are passionate about and dedicated to improving the lives of those dealing with kidney disease. Our success is measured through patients' access to care, health outcomes and quality of life.
We value and actively support collaboration with a range of institutions and organizations that collectively support seamless care delivery, knowledge development and an understanding of the patient perspective.
Our work – be it clinical, financial or administrative – is informed by the best available knowledge, research and evidence.
BC Renal is an agile, streamlined organization that leverages the collective knowledge of the renal network to develop innovative solutions for clinical and systemic challenges and barriers.
BC Renal strives to create a flexible, supportive and positive work environment that fosters commitment and a sense of meaningful contribution. We value our people.
We strive to have an open and honest relationship with our staff and our community. We are committed to process improvement and being transparent about how decisions are made.
Strategic Priorities 2018-2021:
BC Renal's action plan provides stepping stones to achieve the agency's long term vision – “An innovative, integrated health system resulting in outstanding care for patients with kidney disease.”
It also aligns with and supports the overall goals and objectives identified in the Provincial Health Services Authority's strategic plan.
Reflective of our core mandate, the action plan integrates clinical care, research and administrative responsibilities, identifying key milestones and outcome indicators for focused actions over a three year planning cycle.
There is a renewed focus on partnerships and collaboration with the renal network, as well as with BC Transplant and primary care. Internally, there is a continued emphasis on organizational capacity, supported by detailed strategies to ensure we have the leadership, structure, people and systems to deliver on our key priorities.
For detailed information about the current action plan, please contact the agency at firstname.lastname@example.org