WHO WE ARE
The Luther Court Community Health Centre is an inclusive, intergenerational hub for wellness that aims to improve the health of our community. We offer physical, social, spiritual, and psychological care through a variety of services and programs. We are passionate about removing barriers that prevent people from achieving their happiest and healthiest lives.
Medical services are for attached patients only and we do not have a walk-in clinic. For more information about becoming a patient, please click ‘Become a New Patient’. Our community health programs and services are accessible to anyone in our community and we encourage you to get involved.
Our team acknowledges with respect and gratitude, the traditional lands of the lək̓ʷəŋən (Lekwungen) people and W̱SÁNEĆ (Saanich) people on which our community health centre is located. We recognize the rights, title and relationship with the land that continues to this day. We acknowledge all First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples across turtle island; their cultures, heritage, elders and ancestors.
We acknowledge the harms that colonial medicine has done and continues to do unto Indigenous peoples and we are committed to learning about and reconciling with this and working towards a safer future for all.
Our team welcomes all people, irrespective of race, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual expression and background. We are working to reduce barriers to accessing healthcare and are committed to embracing diversity and eliminating discrimination.
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The primary health team has a shared care practice, and as a team collaborates to provide high quality care to patients.
Our team includes:
- General Physicians (GP)
- Nurse Practitioners (NP)
- Registered Nurse (RN)
- Wellness Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
- Mental Health Clinician
- Registered Dietician (RD)
- Occupational Therapist (OT)
- Medical Office Assistant (MOA)
- Population Health & Wellness Coordinator
Local residency: To be eligible to be a patient, you must live within the catchment areas of Gordon Head, Shelbourne, or Oak Bay, and be enrolled or be able to enroll in the BC Medical Service Plan. Special attention will be given to seniors (those 60 years and over), and people with mental health conditions. Please click on CATCHMENT AREA MAP and enter your home address to determine if you are in the CHSA of 4114 or 4115.
Unattached: To be eligible to be a patient, you must be currently unattached (have no ongoing practitioner) or have received notice of their practitioner retiring within 6 months time. Patients receiving longitudinal health care from another practitioner within Greater Victoria are NOT eligible.