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Temporary Emergency Registration (TER) open for wildfire response

Aug 20, 2023

​TER is open to current and former nurses wishing to assist with the wildfire response. This includes nurses from Alberta, and nurses from NWT who have been evacuated and/or are coming to B.C. to care for patients who have been transported to B.C. 

Please note current BCCNM registrants do not require TER.

Email us at We will work to get you registered as quickly as possible.

Employed student nurses (ESNs)​

If you're an employed student nurse affected by the wildfires and need to cha​​nge your employment facility, please contact BCCNM at​

Emergency Health Pro​vider Regis​try

If you're a health-care provider interested in assisti​​​ng with the B.C. wildfire effort, consider registering with the Emergency Health Provider Registry (EHPR). Learn more»

900 – 200 Granville St
Vancouver, BC  V6C 1S4

​Toll-free 1.866.880.7101 (within Canada only) ​

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