We commit to listening, learning and developing a deeper understanding of systemic racism so we can take meaningful action against discrimination.
We have all seen fads take over the media, but are any of them really worth trying? Is it possible that some of them may even be dangerous?
The most up-to-date information on the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in Alberta and British Columbia can be found at the following websites: Alberta Health Services COVID-19 BC Centre for Disease Control Copeman Centres: We are excited to announce that we have resumed a number of in-clinic appointments at our Centres. As part of this process, we […]
Scholarship 2019 This year Copeman Healthcare was excited to award our second annual post-secondary scholarship. In 2019 we increased the grants to three worthy students in British Columbia and Alberta. We were delighted to see the quantity and quality of great applications across both provinces. 130 students wrote short essays on how they hope to […]
Dr. Rose Martel recently supported the International University Sports Federation (FISU) Summer Universiade Games held in Italy this past July as part of Team Canada’s core medical team.
Copeman Healthcare to open 20,000 square foot Centre of Excellence in Calgary
Sanda Islik of Copeman Healthcare recently took on a new role as Director, Programs and Services. Sanda discusses what exactly the role entails and what it means for clients at Copeman Healthcare.
Copeman is pleased to now offer direct billing to 10 major insurers, covering 85% of privately insured Canadians
Dr. Thomson recently went on a medical mission to Ukewere Island, Africa where she spent three weeks providing much-needed care to the rural population
Copeman Healthcare is delighted to welcome Dr. Lauren Fineman, Dr. Jenn Kirker, and Dr. Gerhard Strydom as its newest physicians. All three physicians will be active members of the Copeman roster by January 2019 and bring with them a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will accelerate Copeman’s growth trajectory through the new year.
From VancouverSun.com, November 2017 For many, the inconvenience of hurried, all-too-brief doctor visits means more Canadians are exploring comprehensive options for their healthcare. Vancouver’s Copeman Healthcare is leading the way into a bold new world of comprehensive care. Open since 2005, Copeman Healthcare’s Vancouver clinic is one of four locations in Western Canada. The clinic’s […]
We are very pleased to announce that Copeman Healthcare has been named one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures!
Scholarship 2018 This year Copeman Healthcare was excited to create a new post-secondary scholarship for two worthy students in British Columbia and Alberta. We didn’t know what to expect in year one but were pleasantly surprised by both the quantity and quality of great applications across both provinces. 148 students wrote essays on how they […]
With an extreme air quality advisory in place, many are still wondering whether or not it’s safe to continue to exercise. Here’s what you need to know!
Copeman pleased to announce onsite consultations with compounding pharmacist Ying Wang
Melanie Portal, a kinesiologist at the Copeman Healthcare Centre in Vancouver, recently completed her Masters of Kinesiology at UBC
We spoke with Lisa Kirk, Director, Clinical Service Integration, about her role at Copeman Healthcare and her recent achievements
Copeman staff are continually pursuing new ways to provide the best possible care for their patients and clients. Here are some of the Copeman staff members who are currently going above and beyond to pursue further education and how they plan to utilize their new skills.
We’d like to extend a big thank you to everyone who took the time to write heart-felt nomination letters about your Copeman physicians. Four doctors from our Vancouver team were thrilled to be nominated this year.
Comprehensive employee wellness – particularly for those in the C suite – is an often overlooked priority that more and more companies are discovering is a key aspect of long-term strategy for success.
As an active 14-year-old, Carly Johnston has had her share of bruises and pulled muscles. But when she rolled her ankle and heard a “pop” during a recent soccer game, her mom, Giovanna, knew that this injury would likely take more than a bag of frozen peas to fix. Luckily, as clients of Copeman Healthcare […]
For the second year in a row, Copeman Healthcare was named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for excellence in business performance.
Nurse Practitioner & Travel Health Nurse, Amra Dizdarevic presents the LATEST information on how best to protect yourself should you plan to travel to areas where Zika virus transmission occurs.
“I have the heart of a 20 year old,” says BC senior, Margaret Rees after overcoming high blood pressure and revitalizing her health. Read her story here.
Today, when people refer to the concept of “wellness”, they usually describe a state of integrated psychological and physical health. But there is much more to true wellness than this.
“Don doesn’t believe he would still be alive if he didn’t visit Copeman Healthcare when he did.” 78 year old LifePlus client, Don Vaughan, shares his journey from heart attack to weightlifting champion with the help of his Copeman care team.
Copeman physiotherapists are committed to keeping you mobile and injury-free so that you can stay healthy and active for years to come – find out what makes us unique.
Copeman Healthcare is pleased to announce even more peace of mind for you and your family in times of medical uncertainty. Our new partnership with Best Doctors® in Canada provides coverage for private diagnostic imaging services and expert medical advice that complements the care already provided by the Copeman team.
Copeman Healthcare was named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies in 2015 for excellence in business performance. The Best Managed program recognizes Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenues over $10 million demonstrating strategy, capability and commitment to achieve sustainable growth.
We always strive to give you the high-quality experience you know and expect from Copeman. Find out what’s coming in 2016 to help enhance your Copeman experience.
With Zika disease in the news, we’re getting more questions from clients about what this means to them. Here are some commonly asked questions and answers.
By prioritizing his health, transforming his diet and making physical fitness part of his daily life, Copeman client John Cooper lost 28lbs and brought his health numbers back into a normal range.
Dr. Gelfer is currently serving as interim board member on The World Hypertension League and as a Recommendations Task Force Member for the Canadian Hypertension Education Program (CHEP). This fall, Dr. Gelfer will speak at three prestigious national hypertension conferences about the new CHEP Guidelines.
If you are a small business owner you may be interested to know that your annual Copeman fees or those of any family member can be expensed to your corporation through a Health Spending Account.
Jim was able to get his health back under control by breaking realistic goals down into manageable steps. Within a month, he saw visible results. In six months, he had lost 23 pounds and his waistline had shrunk by almost three inches!
The first tip for making the most of your dietitian visit is overcoming the fear that you are visiting the food police.
The resurgence of preventable diseases emphasizes the importance of understanding the facts before making informed decisions on a matter that can have serious health implications for you, your family and your community.
According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, in the last 50 years, immunization has saved more lives in Canada than any other health intervention. So with such impressive results, why are our immunization rates dropping? Often because of these common misconceptions.
About 16 per cent of lung cancer deaths, or 3,000 cases per year in Canada, occur in non-smokers. The leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers is an invisible, tasteless, odourless gas called radon, which exists in harmful levels in almost 7 per cent of homes in Canada.
Copeman Healthcare was selected for excellence in healthcare in West Vancouver. In this brief video Les Jickling fills us in on what makes Copeman Healthcare unique.
Copeman Healthcare Centre was selected for excellence in healthcare and in this short video Dr. Beth Donaldson tells us a little bit more about Copeman Healthcare’s focus on prevention.
Copeman Healthcare physician, Mark Gelfer, MD, CCFP, FCFP, along with Eric Mang, MPA; Tara Duhaney, MHSc and Norm Campbell, MD,FRCPC, address the impact on our health, the health of our children and the action required to address the federal government regulations over the marketing of unhealthy foods.
A recent 18-month study conducted by Copeman Healthcare revealed that increased regular contact between patients and health care providers is enabling them to achieve higher “treat to target” rates for type 2 diabetes than the national average.
Not only is Mother’s Day a time to give flowers and appreciation, it presents an opportunity to think about the important lessons recently learned in women’s health that could be passed on from mothers to daughters for generations to come.
The Accelerating Primary Care Conference is an inspiring event where participants learn about the latest developments in primary care in Alberta.
Since 2005, Copeman Healthcare Centre has been breathing new life into the old adage that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Thanks to organizations like “Movember” and other forward thinking healthcare entities, the turning of the leaves signals the time to focus on men’s health – specifically prevention and early detection of prostate Cancer.
It may sound a bit like a paradox but when you’re healthy that’s just the time to start thinking about a prevention plan.
Our hearts go out to the many people that were affected by water damage and power outages. We hope that you and your families, friends & colleagues have remained safe during these challenging times.
When Jason Watt’s regular clinic did not adequately address several ongoing health concerns, he decided it was time to try an alternative – private healthcare.