100 Mile House
Community Health Service Area
Health Profile (Version 2.0)
1440 100 Mile House
Community Health Service Areas (CHSAs) in British Columbia (B.C.) are administrative bounds nested within Local Health Areas (LHAs) as defined by the B.C. Ministry of Health. This CHSA health profile contains information about the community’s demographics, socio-economic and health/disease status as represented through various community health indicators. Unless otherwise stated, data presented in this profile are specific to 100 Mile House CHSA.
The purpose of CHSA health profiles is to help B.C.'s healthcare partners, public health professionals and community organizations better understand the health needs of a specific community and to provide evidence for service provisioning and prevention strategies. In general, CHSA-level values of health indicators should be interpreted with the population size of the CHSA in mind as smaller populations can have wide variations in data. For example, some rates presented in the profiles or the database are derived based on a small number of people with potentially high risk of re-identification. To protect the privacy and confidentiality of the individuals, these values are not releasable publicly as per the BCCDC policy and are indicated as such.
100 Mile House (CHSA 1440) is 10,960 km² in size and is located in south central British Columbia. It is comprised of the communities of Lac la Hache, 108 Mile Ranch, 100 Mile House, Forest Grove, Lone Butte, and 70 Mile House, as well as the First Nations community of Canim Lake (Tsq'éscen). Provincial parks include the following: Marble Range, Moose Valley, Flat Lake, and Schoolhouse Lake. Geographical features include the Green Timber Plateau and Canim Lake. For further information, please refer to BC Data Catalogue.
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Please note that CHSA-level data presented in this profile refer to CHSA boundary version 2018. CHSA boundaries may be subject to change because they use Census building blocks.