The new Surrey hospital and BC Cancer Centre will serve one of the fastest growing communities in B.C.
This image is a rendering of the new Surrey hospital and BC Cancer Centre. Please note that the final design may differ from this rendering.
BC Cancer (Provincial Health Services Authority), in partnership with the Fraser Health Authority, is building a comprehensive, integrated cancer centre as part of the new Surrey hospital.
The cancer centre will complement the services provided at the new hospital in Surrey and will include radiation and systemic treatment, molecular imaging and therapy, supportive care, research, education, and innovative technologies such as virtual health.
Surrey's new hospital and cancer centre will be built in Cloverdale beside the Kwantlen Polytechnic University campus at 5500 180 Street. It will include:
- Research and clinical trials space to support innovation
- Radiation vaults for radiation therapy
- Underground parking
- Chemotherapy treatment spaces
- Outpatient cancer clinics
- Clinical and operational support services
- PET/CT and a cyclotron
- Outdoor gardens
- Spiritual space
The additional centre will complement the services and care provided by BC Cancer – Surrey and help meet the demand for expanded cancer care services in this fast-growing region.
The new site is expected to support the needs of the growing community with 105,000 ambulatory oncology care visits, 50,000 radiation therapy visits and 22,000 chemotherapy visits each year.
The cancer centre is a part of the Province's 10-year B.C. cancer action plan, which outlines immediate steps to prevent, detect and treat cancers, delivering improved care for people facing cancer now while preparing for the growing needs of the future.
The new hospital and cancer centre is targeted to open in 2030.
Learn more about the new hospital and cancer centre on fraserhealth.ca.