The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) is the provincial reporting centre for reportable diseases.
The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) is the provincial public health service providing surveillance, detection, prevention, treatment, policy development, and health promotion programming to promote and protect the health of British Columbians.
BCCDC combines public health practice with research and policy advice. We are the provincial reporting centre for reportable diseases. We provide direct diagnostic and treatment services to people with diseases of public health significance such as tuberculosis and sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections.
BCCDC is dedicated to embedding a culture of reconciliation with Indigenous people, anti-racism and quality and safety into all aspects of our programs. Our work includes:
- Communicable Disease Control
- Provincial Immunization Programs
- Population Health, Health Promotion and the Prevention of Chronic Diseases and Injuries
- Harm Reduction and Overdose Response
- Environmental Health
- Provincial Tuberculosis Services
- Provincial Sexually Transmitted Infection Services
- Disease Surveillance, Epidemiology, Data and Analytics
- Provincial Laboratory Services
As a program of the Provincial Health Services Authority, the BCCDC shares PHSA’s purpose, vision, values and teachings.
Learn about our purpose, vision, values and teachings
Partnerships are integral to BCCDC's programs and services. We collaborate with our partners to inform and deliver population and public health action across the province. BCCDC has close ties with clinical, education, research, and other communicable disease-related institutions in British Columbia, Canada and internationally.
Our key partners include:
- Government of British Columbia
- Regional health authorities:
- Northern Health
- Interior Health
- Vancouver Island Health
- Vancouver Coastal Health
- Fraser Health
- First Nations Health Authority
- University of British Columbia
- Simon Fraser University
- Public Health Agency of Canada
- Health Canada