Our team of doctors, nurses, counsellors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and health promotion specialists are here to collectively and positively influence your health and well-being - both on and off campus.
Appointments can be made once initial intake paperwork has been completed. For more info see our Appointment Guide.
Physiotherapy and Chiropractic:
Physiotherapy and Chiropractic services are not available at this time.
The physicians at Health and Counselling Services or anywhere else do not have the authority to exempt students from exams, assignments, etc. Whether an exemption occurs is up to the instructor and should be based upon a conversation between the instructor and the student seeking a change to course requirements. Follow this link to find out more about Medical Notes at SFU.
For FIC Students
Fraser International College's policy states that you do not need a sick note from a doctor for minor, short term illnesses (like a cold or flu) that prevent you from attending class or writing an exam.
Sexual Assault Support
When booking an HCS appointment, if you are able to tell us it is regarding a sexual assault we can discretely provide you with options. In person, you can ask for a private room to discuss.
Emergency (on any SFU campus): Campus Security: 778-782-4500
Emergency (off campus): 911
SFU Personal Security (advice, access resources and reporting options): 778-782-8473
Medical and Counseling (advice or to book an appointment): 778-782-4615
The Health Promotion team is leading SFU's Healthy Campus Community initiative.
The Peer Health Educators work to create healthy campus environments and support the SFU community in achieving health and wellness.
SHAC (Student Health Advisory Committee)
SHAC takes a systemic, campus-wide approach to create conditions that positively enhance health and well-being.
Hi F.I.V.E. aims to eliminate stigma towards those who are experiencing mental health distress or illness.