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Visit our health clinics in the same way you would see your family doctor. We have a team of doctors, nurses, and medical office assistants available to provide you with basic medical services at our on-campus clinics located in Burnaby and Vancouver.
To see a doctor, make an appointment over the phone by calling our clinic in Burnaby or Vancouver. Same-day appointments are limited and based on availability.
Basic medical services provided at the clinic are covered by the BC Medical Services Plan (BC MSP). All students at SFU are enrolled in BC MSP. Please bring your CareCard or BC Services Card with you to your appointment.
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Monday – Friday
Maggie Benston Centre, Room 0101
Appointments are booking for March 4 or later
9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Monday – Friday*
Harbour Centre, Room 300
Lower level at the base of the escalator
Appointments are booking for March 6 or later
*Closed for lunch 1:00pm to 2:00pm
All SFU students are required to have medical insurance from the BC Medical Services Plan (BC MSP). This plan will cover the basic medical services you receive at SFU clinics.
For instructions on how to apply for BC MSP and information on your coverage, please see SFU's Medical Insurance page.
Health & Counselling (HCS) shares one unit of confidentiality. This means that divisions of HCS may share your information when necessary for your care.
All records within HCS are confidential. Personal information can only be released outside the Centre with your written consent. Exceptions are only made in the case of life-threatening emergencies or as required by law and/or public health regulations.
Collection of information
When you use any service with Health & Counselling, our staff must collect some of your personal information. We may also need to collect information from other health care providers, friends, or family in order to provide comprehensive care or service.
When we collect this information, we will advise you. Only in exceptional circumstances can we collect information about you from other people without your consent. We are authorized to collect this information under the Protection of Privacy Act, the Medicare Protection Act, Medical Practitioner's Act, and Health Professionals Act.
Your information may be used for your present and future care or service, continuity of treatment, quality of care and service review, and teaching, education, and research.