- Efficient walk-in medical centre
- Available for all BCIT students, faculty, and staff
- Convenient access to physicians and nurses
- All visits confidential
- Promoting wellness and healthy lifestyles for the BCIT community
You will need to provide valid medical coverage (BC Care Card or Private Insurance) to see a physician; if you do not have valid coverage there is a fee of $70 for each visit. Please make sure to bring your insurance and Student One card each time you visit the clinic. (Emergencies always seen)
Location & Hours:
SE16-127, Burnaby Campus. Download campus map, [PDF]
NOTE: We will be closed on March 12th for a staff meeting; as well during the spring break we will only have one physician on Monday and Friday so wait times may be longer than usual.
Depending on patient volume, last patient intake time may be earlier than posted
September - April: Mon - Fri: 8:30 - 4:30 (Last patient at 4:00)
Mon - Fri: 8:30 - 4:00 (Last patient at 3:30)
*NOTE: Wednesdays we open at 8:45am. For medical assistance outside these hours, call your family physician. For emergencies, call 911.
If you haven't gotten your flu shot yet, it's not to late!
Starting November 10, 2014, flu shots will be available on a walk-in basis at Student Health Services! Please bring your care card and BCIT One Card.
Monday-Friday from 9:30 am-3:30 pm in SE16 Room 127
Cost: Student $20 Staff $25
Flu shots are also available at many pharmacies in the community.
Recently the World Health Organization has warned of an outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, specifically in Guinea, Liberia, And Sierra Leone. As a result, Health Canada is recommending avoiding travel to these countries. To learn more about the travel notice, please visit the Canada Public Health Agency .
There has not been a reported case of the Ebola virus in Canada and the risk to BCIT students, staff, and faculty is very low. However, we are very aware of the situation and as part of our usual responsibilities, we are monitoring BCIT related travel requests to the impacted areas.
Additionally, those who have recently traveled to the continent of Africa, especially in the impacted countries, should be aware of this disease and monitor their health. If you feel unwell within 21 days of returning from these countries, please contact your health care provider immediately.
Learn more about Ebola.