The Division, in collaboration with Fraser Health and with financial support from the Peace Arch Hospital & Community Health Foundation, has launched a public education campaign about health care options available to patients in order for them to “Choose the right care at the right place”.
are doing this to strengthen the connection between patients and primary care
providers and maximize the use of community based services, thereby reducing
the reliance on the hospital for non-urgent emergency care.
Laminated posters are available upon request for community organizations. They are available in the following sizes and formats:
1) Poster (18x24)
2) Poster (11x17)
3) Poster (8.5x11)
4) Rack Card (4x9)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request posters.
For most medical problems and health concerns, call your family doctor first. Your family doctor knows you and your medical history.
Same-day urgent appointments are available.
Check medimap.ca for White Rock-South Surrey walk-in clinic wait times and hours.
Request that a copy of the visit be sent to your family doctor.
Call 8-1-1, HealthLinkBC, available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.
Speak with a representative who will help you find health information and services, or connect you with a nurse for health advice, a dietician for nutrition information, or a pharmacist for medication advice.
Speak with your pharmacist.
Your pharmacist may be able to provide an emergency refill of your prescription, including medications for chronic conditions.
Contact your pharmacist for minor issues that might be managed with over-the-counter medications.
Call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Hospital emergency rooms are not the place to go for common illnesses or minor injuries.
Call the Central Registry at
A family doctor is a main partner in your total health care.
Lifelong care from a family doctor is good for your health.
Please call only if you live in White-Rock South Surrey and do not currently have a family doctor.