Student Health Service

Visit a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional on campus.

What Student Health Service can help with

Student Health Service offers a wide range of health assessments and treatments provided by doctors, nurses, and specialists. If you have any issues booking with our online system, call Student Health at 604 822 7011.

If you can't make your scheduled appointment, please call 604 822 7011 to cancel as soon as possible. You will be charged a fee for missed appointments.

For procedures, nursing, or urgent concerns, phone or come in person. 

To book your first mental health appointment, phone or come in person.

For all other concerns, book online, call, or come in person.

Book an appointment online

Nurse on Campus

You can also drop by a Nurse on Campus booth at different spots around campus to get health tips and resources.

Fentanyl and Naloxone kits

If you’re at risk of an opioid overdose, or likely to witness a family member or friend at risk of overdose, you can book a confidential appointment for a free naloxone kit.

Specialist referrals

To see a specialist in Canada, you'll need a referral from a doctor first.

With a referral, Student Health can help you make an on-campus appointment with a psychiatrist, dermatologist, or gynaecologist. To get referred to a psychiatrist at Student Health, please ask your referring doctor or psychiatrist to fill out the Psychiatry Referral Form.

Top reasons to visit Student Health Service

  • Sexual health & birth control
  • Mental health/ illness
  • Sports medicine
  • Injuries and wound care
  • Immunization and allergy care
  • Referral to see a specialist

Please note that fees apply for patients without health insurance, and certain types of tests, appointments, forms, and equipment.

What to expect

This is the most common experience at Student Health Service and may not be the same for everyone. When necessary, we make adjustments to meet a student's individual needs.

1Make an appointment:

In person, by phone, or online.

If you need a same-day appointment, please call or come in person as early in the day as possible.

2At your appointment,

doctor and nurse

You'll meet with a doctor or nurse.

Please arrive 15 minutes early to check in at the front desk.

3If necessary,

Your doctor may refer you to a specialist, like a psychiatrist or gynaecologist.

4After your appointment,

Follow the information provided by your doctor or nurse. Check your email if you are expecting a follow-up message.


Release of information
Student Health Service cannot release information about you, the type of services you access, and the content of your appointments to anyone (including family) without your written permission, except for: 

  • Information indicating that a child is in need of protection.
  • Information indicating that you may constitute a risk to yourself or others (exception: Naloxone appointments are always kept confidential).
  • Information that leads to concerns about public safety.
  • Other statutory or common-law provision that requires or authorizes the release of confidential information.

If you wish to release your medical record information to another individual or medical care office, you’ll need to fill out an authorization form at your appointment. 

If you have any questions about confidentiality, you’ll have an opportunity to ask during your visit.

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