The flu shot is safe, effective and it’s FREE for People 65 and older Children and adults with chronic health conditions and their household contacts Health care worker Emergency responders Healthy children aged 6-23 month Household contact and caregiver of children aged 0-23 months Pregnant women who will be in their 3rd trimester during the flu season Residents of nursing homes and other chronic care facilities Owners and operators of poultry farms
You can call your local Public Health Unit to arrange appointment for vaccinations. Please refer to the following link to locate a nearby Fraser Health public health unit.
Please refer to Immunize BC website for vaccine schedule:
If you are just visiting BC for less than three months, you can use your Canadian provincial health card except Quebec residents. There will be a charge for any patients who do not have valid medical coverage in Canada. We accept patients who are from overseas or who do not have a medical coverage in Canada. Please contact our office for private office visit fee. We will provide you with the necessary documents you may need if you are eligible for a reimbursement from your private insurance plan such as traveler’s insurance plan.
Yes, you can call us at least a day before and book an appointment to see a doctor. We are no longer able to give an appointment to “walk-in” patients.
Our staffs are always working diligently to meet your appointment time and minimize your waiting time. However, depending on the daily patient volume and complexity of each patient’s condition, there may be some waiting period to see the doctor even with an appointment. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.
Please call us at least 24 hours in advance when booking or cancelling an appointment.
The Medical Services Plan (MSP) places restrictions on the number of patients that a doctor can see in a day. The doctors can reach their maximum number of patients before the clinic closing time. We recommend that you call us to register on walk-in list before you come in.
MSP does NOT cover fees for any forms, including sick notes, driver’s physicals and work physicals. Please call us if you have any questions regarding what is not covered by MSP and BCMA recommended fee guideline.
If your Care Card is not valid on the day of the visit, there will be a charge for the visit. We urge you to contact MSP to resolve the issue.
Please contact a travel vaccination clinic near you.
Currently, we have the following vaccines available, tetanus, pneumonia. In October/November every year, flu shots will be available. Flu shots are free for those patients in the “priority group”, who can receive flu shot for free as soon as it becomes available. Please see the below for eligibility. We are continuously updating vaccination program at the clinic so please contact our office for available vaccines. For any other questions about vaccinations, please visit
Yes, in order for the doctor to discuss care of your child, it is necessary for the child to be present.
Test or lab results will not be given over the telephone, or to an individual other than the patient. Please come in to see your doctor for your test results or any other chart related information. You will only be called to follow up if your result is abnormal and the doctor wants to follow up with you.
No, we are unable to give out any advice or consultation over the phone, including prescription renewals.
If you are injured at work, you need to see a doctor to report your work related injury to WorkSafe BC. You need to fill out a form with your information and work information with complete address including postal code. Please bring your WCB claim number if it is available on the day of visit. We highly recommend that WCB patients to see one doctor for continuous care. For any other information, please visit
You need to report the accident to ICBC and you will be given a claim number. Please bring the ICBC claim number when you come in to see a doctor. If you are in pain and wish to receive treatments from a chiropractor, acupuncturist and/or massage therapist at the clinic, please provide us with your ICBC claim number and adjustor information (name, direct phone number, and fax number). We will contact your ICBC adjustor for ICBC treatment coverage. For chiropractic treatment, once ICBC program is approved, there is no charge to the patients. For any other information regarding ICBC, please visit
Pap smear test is a screening test for cervical cancer. BC Cancer Agency recommends that the screening exam should begin at age 25 or approximately 3 years after first sexual contact, whichever occurs first. Women who have never had any sexual contacts do not need to be screened. It is recommended that patients have the PAP exam in their mid-cycle, preferably day 14 of your menstrual cycle. You need to book an appointment to do PAP test and female doctors are working at theWell Medical Clinic. If you wish, you can request to book an appointment with a female doctor for the PAP test.
The doctor will perform a breast exam if indicated. If you are eligible, you will be given an information sheet on screening mammography program provided by BC Cancer Agency.
Please visit http://www.smpbc.ca/default.htm for further information.
IUD removal can be performed at theWell Medical Clinic. Please call us to book an appointment.