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Is Interior Health an agency of the Canadian government?

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Interior Health is one of the five publicly funded health authorities in Canada, serving the British Columbia province. Some of the large Canadian cities served by Interior Health include Vernon, Kelowna, Cranbrook, Kamloops and Penticton, as can be seen on the Interior Health website.

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Interior Health provides a wide range of services, which include mental health and substance use, prevention and health promotion, residential care, lab and diagnostic imaging services, home and community care and more, as stated by Interior Health's official site. Moreover, the agency offers corporate services. Interior Health serves more than 700,000 people, as of 2015, and it has more than 18,000 employees. It serves 10 regional districts, 58 municipalities and 717 communities in Canada, according to the Interior Health website.

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