Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Looking for a Primary Care Provider for your Children or Teens?


Looking for a Primary Care Provider for your Children or Teens?

We are Accepting New Patients!

Nurse Practitioner Child and Youth Primary Care Clinic
Alissa Collingridge, NP (P)
Chantel Canessa, NP (F)
Susie McRae, NP (P)
Susan Shumay, NP (F)
Minna Miller, NP (F)

General Clinic Hours:
Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm

Appointments and General Inquiries:
Secretary 604.875.3039
Fax 604.875.2695
*No walk-ins, please call to book an appointment

Clinic Location:
BC Children's Hospital
Ambulatory Care Building, Clinic 7
(same building as Starbucks)
4480 Oak Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 3V4

What we do:

We provide ongoing comprehensive primary health care services to Children & Youth ages birth to 19 years.  

Services include: routine well baby & child exams, diagnosing and managing common pediatric & adolescent conditions, provide lifestyle counselling, and developmental screening.  No referral is required.

*We do not provide immunization in our clinic; please contact your nearest public health unit for an appointment.

Target Population:

- No primary Care Provider; has been using walk-in clinics recently moved from another province/country

- Child & Youth from the ages of birth to 19 years

 What is a Nurse Practitioner (NP)?

NPs in BC are independent practitioners able to diagnose most common medical conditions, prescribe most medications, order diagnostic tests, and will refer on to physician specialists and other health care professionals as required.



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