BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre Visiting Information Line: 604-875-2929
4500 Oak Street
Toll free in B.C. only: 1-888-300-3088
We cannot diagnose or advise on medical conditions via e-mail.
Instead, contact your health care provider directly, or speak to a health care professional any time of day or night by dialing 8-1-1 on your phone or visiting HealthLinkBC. View more emergency phone numbers.
Coming to BC Women's:
- Patient family and visitor information including: Out-of-town families and Bright Start Bundle (private and semi-private room information)
- Hospital Care section: information about visiting the hospital, registering and planning ahead, antepartum (before birth) and postpartum (after birth) care, labour and birth, breastfeeding and more.
- Maps, directions and parking
- Directory of services
- Visiting hours
- for mothers who've had their baby are noon - 2 p.m. and 6 - 9 p.m. Husbands/partners and brothers/sisters of the new baby can visit anytime.
- for mothers who have not yet had their baby, visiting hours are 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. Visiting a mother while she's in the delivery suite is at the discretion of the family. This information is also available on our Visiting Information line at 604-875-2929. Please do not visit if you have a cold/flu or other infectious disease
Making a difference:
If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, please e-mail us
Please note that we do not provide medical advice via e-mail. We strongly recommend that you discuss health concerns with a qualified health care provider or physician.
If your are sick, speak to a health care professional any time of day or night by dialing 8-1-1 on your phone or visiting HealthLinkBC.
To make a medical appointment at BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre, you must obtain a referral for medical or surgical consultation from your physician.
To change or cancel a medical appointment, please call your clinic directly or call our main line 604-875-2000 and ask to be connected to your clinic.
Read this information about pre-registration and criteria for giving birth at BC Women's.
You can request information from your medical file by printing the Release of Information form and faxing it in. Please note that due to the volume of requests, processing can take more than four weeks. You can also call 875-2915 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. (For privacy reasons, DO NOT send personal medical information by email.)
Fellowship or other post-doctorate opportunities. (Link goes to the University of British Columbia’s Office of the Dean, Postgraduate Medical Education.) This office administers the family medicine and the 61 specialty and subspecialty training programs recognized by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the College of Family Physicians of Canada.
All programs use resources in the university affiliated tertiary care hospitals in Vancouver (St. Paul's, Vancouver General Hospital 12th & Oak Pavilions, Vancouver General Hospital - UBC Pavilions, BC Children's Hospital and BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre).
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BC Children's Hospital and the Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children as public bodies are subject to the BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. As such we must tell you how we intend to use your personal information. Your email address will only be used to contact you and not for any other use. Any information you provide in your email message will be used to direct your request to the appropriate services and to support your request.
Last updated: April 22, 2010