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Regular doctor appointment

Important rules regarding regular doctor appointment

1. EVERYONE can book an online appointment, even patients who have never been to our clinic.

2. You may cancel or reschedule your online appointment up to 6 hours in advance. To do so, click on the button below, log in to your account and click on My Appointments

3. Same day (within 6 hours) appointments CANNOT be cancelled or rescheduled. Not showing up results in a $50.00 charge. Multiple no shows restrict you from booking appointments at our clinic.

4. Our front desk DOES NOT have the ability to cancel or reschedule online appointments. Therefore, please do not call our front desk to cancel or reschedule an appointment booked online.

5. PAP smears cannot be booked online and must be booked at the clinic or by calling (604) 323-0077.

ICBC Appointment

Important rules regarding ICBC appointments:

1. ICBC appointments deal with vehicle crashes that have an ICBC claim number. You will need to provide your ICBC claim number when attending our clinic.

2. If you settled your claim, please book a regular doctor appointment .

3. You may also walk-in during clinic hours. Please advise the front desk staff that you are walking in for an ICBC visit. Please note that at times we may not see walk-ins, so booking an ICBC appointment online is recommended.

Private Pay Appointment (if you do not have a B.C. CareCard)

The following must pay a fee to see a doctor in British Columbia:

1. Tourists and visitors from outside of Canada

2. International students

3. Foreign workers

4. Quebec residents

5. Individuals whose British Columbia Services Cards are not valid

If you are one of the above individuals, the South Vancouver Medical Clinic makes it easy for you to book a private pay appointment online. Booking an appointment shortens your wait to see a doctor. Please note that there is a $200 non-refundable private appointment online booking fee.

* Note: Please do not book a private appointment if you are covered by the British Columbia Medical Services Plan (MSP) or have a valid health card issued by a Canadian province (other than Quebec).