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In Clinic Appointments

All regular appointments continue to be by telephone or video. If your Family Doctor has specifically instructed you to come into the clinic for an in-person appointment, please:

Do not enter the building if you have a cold, cough, flu, flu-like symptoms

Do not enter the building if you have been out of the country in the past 14 days.

Wear a face mask before entering the building.

If you do not have one, a face mask will be provided to you. For your safety and our staff, this is mandatory.

If you have not been instructed to come into clinic. Please do not come into the clinic. Your Family Doctor may be working remotely and will not be able to see you.

Respecting public health guidelines, we have limited capacity of seating for in-clinic patients and you may be asked to wait outside or in your vehicle.

We appreciate your understanding and your efforts in minimizing the transmission of the COVID-19 virus.

News

Dr. Matthew Kalinowski – THURSDAY In Clinic Visits

Dr. Kalinowski will now be in clinic for face-to-face visits on Thursdays. If you require a face-to-face visit, please ensure Dr. Kalinowski has authorized for an in-clinic visit.

Please note, in-clinic visits must be booked by Dr. Kalinowski or by calling our clinic. All online booked appointments will remain telephone appointments.

Mandatory Mask Policy: BC Ministry of Health

Mask Use in Health Care Facilities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In accordance to align with BC Ministry of Health’s Policy, Imperial Medical Clinic will be implementing a mandatory medical mask use in all clinical settings.

All patients must wear a medical mask while inside the clinic at all times, unless requested or authorized by your physician. If you do not have a medical mask, a staff will provide you one. If you are not able to wear a medical mask, please wait outside or in your vehicle and call the clinic to check in.

Ministry of Health Policy: Mask Use in Health Care Facilities During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Flu Shot Clinic Now Available Wed/Fri/Sat

Thank you to everyone for you patience. We have now setup a dedicated Flu Shot Clinic at our outdoor covered/heated center. Please note, public health has allocated a limited supply of flu shots to community clinics. Our stock is replenished weekly and anticipate to receive more stock as demand increases.

Wednesdays: 3PM – 5PM

Fridays: 3PM – 5PM

Saturdays: 12PM – 2PM

Next Flu Shot Clinic Dates:

November 28, December 2, 4, 5, 9, 12, 18

Online booking will be made available shortly.

Please call our clinic to book your flu shot.

Clinic Waiting Room 3 Person Limit

To protect the safety of patients, practitioners, staff, and the community, there is a maximum occupancy of 3 people in the clinic waiting room.

If full, please check in and wait outside or in your vehicle. While you wait, you will be called by telephone once an exam room has been cleaned and ready for your scheduled appointment.

Flu Shots Available 15 October 2020

Flu shots will be available at the pharmacy starting October 15, 2020. Please do not come into the clinic for flu shots unless specifically directed and arranged by your family doctor. Please note that there is a 3 person occupancy limit in the pharmacy and clinic waiting room. If full, please wait outside or in your vehicle and call in by telephone.

OAT Program

Dr. Jag Kaliray and Imperial Medical Clinic is proud to offer the OAT Program to our community for individuals who are experiencing a opioid dependency/addiction. For more information about the OAT Program, or to book an appointment, please contact our office.

From Fraser Health Authority:

Opioid agonist treatment is a first-line treatment that uses prescribed medications like suboxone or methadone in a supervised clinical setting to treat people who have opioid use disorder. Opioid use disorder is a medical condition characterized by a problematic pattern of opioid use (e.g. addiction to pain killers such as Percocet, OxyContin, heroin). By providing opioid agonist treatment, we can reduce the possibility of people overdosing or dying from opioid use and improve the health and well-being clients and their families.

Better Health Care is Our Mission

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm service. Limited Same Day Appointments are Available.

(604) 409-8000

FAX LINE: (604) 409-4000

4648 Imperial Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5J 1B8

newpatients@imperialmedicalclinic.ca