Our comprehensive approach to Family Medicine means that in addition to office-based care,
we also provide Outreach Clinics, End-of-Life Care, team-based Chronic Disease Management,
and an Urgent Care Clinic.
Starting September 2019, Dr. Caity Chilton will be accepting patients in need of maternity care, as a member of the Pacific Maternity group.
You do not have to be a family practice patient with West Coast Family Medical Clinic to access this care. Please ask your doctor for a referral or call to book an appointment today. Care is provided to you from first prenatal visit (around 8 weeks) right through to your delivery day, and for you and your new baby until approximately 6 weeks of age. Please bring a filled patient information form to your first appointment, located at http://pacificmaternity.ca/ , where you will find plenty more information regarding our group, pregnancy, and beyond.
Our Urgent Care Clinic provides same-day access to a Family Physician or Nurse Practitioner for medical concerns that need to be addressed in a timely manner.
Demand for this service often exceeds our capacity.
To help us better serve those in our community with urgent medical issues or without a Primary Care Provider, please make every effort to see your own Family Physician or Nurse Practitioner for your medical concerns whenever possible.
To book a same-day appointment in our Urgent Care Clinic, please book online, or phone us at 250-642-4233.
Please note that online booking opens at 6:00AM.
Please note that our Physicians follow Professional Standards and Guidelines for the Safe Prescribing of Drugs with Potential for Misuse/Diversion. For more information, please see:
We are a formal teaching site for both the University of British Columbia’s post-graduate Family Medicine residency program and the University of Victoria’s undergraduate Island Medical Program.
You may encounter medical trainees during your appointment; your co-operation is appreciated. Training new physicians locally plays a key role in role in addressing the current physician shortage (4 of our clinic’s 9 current physicians completed part of their training in our clinic!).