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BC Centre for Disease Control is happy to take your calls and emails, but we cannot diagnose or advise on medical conditions by phone or via email.
If you have health-related questions, please contact your health-care provider directly. You can also speak to a health-care professional any time of day or night by dialing 8-1-1 or visiting HealthLinkBC

For emergencies, call 9-1-1. 

Our health authority, PHSA, maintains a list of other emergency phone numbers on their website.

Administration

Phone: 604-707-2400
Fax: 604-707-2401
 

Media/Communications

Phone: 604-707-2412
Fax: 604-707-2401 


Security Desk

Phone: 604-707-2419 

Shipping

Phone: 604-707-2508
Fax: 604-707-2606 

Lab Results

Phone: 1.877.747.2522
Fax: 604-707-2601

Service areas

STI (clinic & department) 

Phone: 604-707-5600

Fax: 604-707-5604 


Hepatitis

Fax: 604-707-2420 


TB Clinic

Phone: 604-707-2692

Fax: 604-707-2690 


TB Clinic (New West)

Phone: 604-707-2698

Fax: 604-707-2694

 

Immunization Program

Phone: 604-707-2548

Fax: 604-707-2515 


Pharmacy

Phone: 604-707-2580

Fax: 604-707-2583 


Vaccine Order Desk

Phone: 604.707.2582

Fax: 604-707-2581

 

Main 

Phone: 604-707-2442

Fax: 604-707-2441 

Email: environmentalhealth@bccdc.ca 


Food Protection Services 

Phone: 604-707-2440

Fax: 604-707-2441

Email: fpinfo@bccdc.ca 


DPIC - Poison Control Centre (public and health professionals)

Phone: 604-682-5050 or 1-800-567-8911 (toll free)


DPIC - Drug Information Line (health professionals)

Phone: 1-866-298-5909 (toll free)


Drug and Poison Information Centre (DPIC) (non-urgent) 

Phone: 604-707-2787

Fax: 604-707-2807


National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health  

Phone: 604-829-2551

Fax: 604-829-2556 

Email: contact@ncceh.ca 

Epidemiology Services

Phone: 604-707-2510

Fax: 604-707-2516

Our clinics

The BCCDC does not provide individual health services with the exception of our Tuberculosis and Sexually Transmitted Infections clinics. See Our Clinics for contact information. 

Personal health issues

For personal health related issues, please contact your family doctor or call HealthLinkBC, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phone: 8-1-1.



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