Chilliwack Division of Family Practice

Health Clinics

The Division partners on a growing number of clinics that address the needs of the community. These include patients who do not have a family doctor, youth and young adults, gender questioning, gender diverse, and transgender individuals, and individuals who are managing poverty, homelessness, and addiction.

Chilliwack Primary Care Clinic (CPCC)

If you are unattached and looking for a family doctor or nurse practitioner please register with PAM (Patient Attachment Mechanism) Waitlist online here. Those that do not have access to internet can call 604-795-0034.

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The Chilliwack Primary Care Clinic (CPCC) is a partnership between the Division and Fraser Health. Launched in 2011 and located in Chilliwack General Hospital, it provides access and comprehensive care five days a week from 9am-3pm.

Working with local physicians and nurse practitioners, hospital patients without a family doctor are linked to the CPCC upon discharge. The clinic models a team-based care approach to primary health care with GPs (inclusive of those specializing in mental health and addictions), NPs, a psychiatrist, a mental health clinician, and a clinical pharmacist working together. This interdisciplinary team accepts referrals from the community for comprehensive medication reviews and take-home naloxone, enabling patients to receive coordinated care and build a physician-patient relationship.

The CPCC also acts as an attachment clinic for our PAM waitlist. Patients come into the CPCC to be seen and stabilized before eventually being attached to a family physician in the community.

If you are currently a patient of the Chilliwack Primary Care Clinic and need to make an appointment, call 604-702-2850.

Chilliwack Youth Health Centre (CYHC)

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The CYHC is a designated space for youth and young adults (ages 12-26) to access integrated health and wellness services in a safe and supportive environment.

The team includes family physicians, nurse practitioners, counselors, and a psychiatrist (referral required). They can address medical and mental health needs and see patients for anything from acne to sexual health to counselling for issues such as anxiety, depression, substance use, gender identity, family conflict, peer conflict, school and life planning, and more!

There are two sites to access:

Neighbourhood Learning Centre

46361 Yale Road (Attached to Chilliwack Secondary)

Counsellors: Tuesday from 1-7pm (last drop-in at 6pm)

Doctors: Tuesdays from 2-5pm (last drop-in at 4:30pm)

Phone: 604-819-4603

Bus Route: 1 Vedder, 3 Chilliwack, 11 Agassiz/Harrison

Stó:lō Primary Health Care Clinic

7201 Vedder Road, Building #7

Counsellors: Thursdays 2-7pm (last drop in at 6pm)

Doctors: Thursdays 2-5pm (last drop in at 4:30pm)

Phone: 1-844-827-2473 or 604-824-3219

Bus Route: 1 Vedder and 5 Yarrow/Greendale

 

To learn more about the CYHC, visit their website here or their Facebook page here.

 

Chilliwack Gender Care Clinic (Appointment required):

The Chilliwack Gender Care Clinic provides medical advice, social support, post-op care, and hormone and surgical readiness assessments by a social worker, GP and NP, to all ages of gender questioning, gender diverse, and transgender individuals. Referral is by primary care provider or patient/caregiver, and there is waitlist.

To make a referral, email chilliwackgendercare@divisionsbc.ca, fax 604-795-4110, or phone 604-795-0034.

New Hope Health and Wellness Clinic (Drop-in):

The New Hope Health and Wellness Clinic was launched in July 2019 and provides access to low barrier and culturally safe healthcare to those managing poverty, homelessness, and addiction. No referral is needed – we provide free, drop-in, confidential access to primary care services (family physician and nurse on site) in a non-threatening, friendly environment.

WHEN: 9:00-12:30pm on Wednesdays

WHERE: New Hope Health and Wellness Clinic, Ruth & Naomi's Mission, 46129 Princess Avenue, Chilliwack

Contact: 604-795-2322 ext. 101

To learn more about Ruth and Naomi's Mission and their services, visit their website here or their Facebook page here.