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Services in the Student Health Clinic

Please note we are not a walk in clinic.

 

The VIU Student Health Clinic is a Primary Health Care Clinic run by Nurse Practitioners who provide comprehensive clinical care including the diagnosis and management of disease/illness, prescribing medications, ordering/interpreting laboratory/diagnostic tests, and initiating referrals to specialists.

Student Health Clinic

VIU Health & Wellness Centre

Hours: Monday to Friday 9 am to 3:30 pm (last appointment is 3:00 pm); Tuesday evenings open until 7:00 pm - appointments required & last appointment is 6:00 pm.

For an Appointment Call: 250.740.6620

Located in Building 200

Please note, if we cannot accommodate you, we will refer you to alternative care.

When the Student Health Clinic is closed, students may wish to visit the Medical Arts Walk-In Centre (Ph# 250-753-3431 located at Suite 103, 650 Terminal Avenue), or the Caledonian Walk-in Clinic (Ph# 250-753-3202 located at 340 Campbell Street).

Immediate First Aid or Security

While at VIU, should you require immediate First Aid or Security, locate the nearest Blue Assistance Phone and contact the Security/First Responders or call 250-740-6600 or local 6600 from a VIU phone. To activate an Assistance Phone, simply push the button labelled HELP on the front panel of the phone. The phone will dial, and an operator will assist you shortly.

VIU Assistance Phones

VIU-Assistance Phones-Map

About the Student Health Clinic

The VIU Student Health Clinic is open to provide medical health care to students enrolled at Vancouver Island University.

The VIU Student Health Clinic is staffed by Nurse Practitioners (NP) Diane Middagh and Bryan Schultz, and supported by Medical Office Assistant (MOA) Lynne Nomura.

Nurse Practitioners provide accessible, efficient, and effective health care that meets the highest standards of practice.

In British Columbia a Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a Registered Nurse with a master’s degree and advanced knowledge and skills who provides high quality health care. NPs are able to diagnose, consult, order and interpret tests, prescribe, and treat health conditions. They work independently and collaboratively and will provide VIU students with Primary Health Care using a team-based approach.

The Student Health Clinic aims to provide health care, education and preventive medicine, and involve its students in responsible health and wellness.

Information on the role of the Nurse Practitioner.