Welcome to Imperial Medical Clinic
Private COVID-19 Testing for Travel now available at Imperial Medical Clinic. For more information, please click here.
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 may not be able to see you.
Please note, IMC will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday, 12 October 2020. Happy Thanksgiving!
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.