Who are we

Vitalité Health Network is a regional health authority providing and managing health care and services in an area covering northern and southeastern New Brunswick.

The Network is the only Francophone managed organization of its kind in the country and has nearly 60 points of service providing a range of health care and services to members of the public in the official language of their choice. The care and services provided include:

The Network has approximately 7,200 part-time and full-time employees, 582 physicians, including 267 specialists, and over 1,000 volunteers. The Network’s 2017-2018 budget was $649 million. Our points of service are distributed throughout our territory, and include:

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Geographical zones in the Network

Acadie-Bathurst Zone

The Acadie-Bathurst Zone includes the region of Bathurst and vicinity and the Acadian Peninsula, with a population served of about 74,400. The zone has four hospitals and four health centres. Three hospitals in the zone provide 24-hour emergency services.

The Acadie-Bathurst Zone also has four Community Mental Health centres, four Public Health offices, and Addiction Services.

Beauséjour Zone

The Beauséjour Zone includes the region of Moncton and vicinity (population served of around 90,700). The zone has two hospitals, a regional medical centre, a veterans’ health centre, and an oncology centre. Both hospitals in the zone provide 24-hour emergency services.

The Beauséjour Zone also has two Community Mental Health centres and four Public Health offices.

Northwest Zone

Located at the border with Maine (United States) and Quebec, the Northwest Zone includes the region of Edmundston and vicinity, with a population served of about 47,800, including the Témiscouata region in Quebec. The zone has three hospitals, a health centre, and two clinics. All three hospitals in the zone provide 24-hour emergency services.

The Northwest Zone also includes three Community Mental Health centres, three Public Health offices, and Addiction Services.

Restigouche Zone

Located at the border with Quebec, along the Restigouche River and the Baie of Chaleur, the Restigouche Zone includes the region of Campbellton and vicinity, with a population served of about 26,700. It also serves the Avignon Ouest RMC on Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula. The zone has two hospitals, two health centres, a clinic, and a veterans’ unit. The Campbellton Regional Hospital provides 24-hour emergency services.

The Restigouche Zone also has two Community Mental Health centres, a Public Health office, and Addiction Services.