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BC Cancer – Surrey

One of BC Cancer's six regional care centres, BC Cancer – Surrey provides care and support for patients with cancer.
Visitor information
BC Cancer – Surrey
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Location information

BC Cancer – Surrey
13750 96th Avenue
Surrey, BC, V3V 1Z2 (map)
Telephone: 604-930-2098
Toll-free (within BC): 1-800-523-2885

BC Cancer-Surrey is located on the unceded, traditional and ancestral shared territories of the q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie), q̓ʷɑ:n̓ ƛ ̓ən̓ (Kwantlen), kʷikʷəƛ̓ əm (Kwikwetlem), Semiahmoo and sc̓əwaθən məsteyəxʷ (Tsawwassen) First Nations.

Hours of operation

Monday to Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
(excluding statutory holidays)


Patients with cancer park for free
Paid parking is back at all hospital sites starting March 4, 2022. You can still park for free for appointments and tests related to your cancer treatment after this date.

To park for free at BC Cancer – Surrey, please register your licence plate with the parking attendant located inside the main BC Cancer entrance (off 138th Street). Please do not pay for parking.

For more information, visit our Parking for Patients page.

Where to park
BC Cancer – Surrey is on the same site as Surrey Memorial Hospital (SMH). There is parking at these locations:

  • SMH North parkade at 96 Avenue, 137 Street and 137A Street entrances
  • SMH East parking lot at 138 Street and 96 Avenue
  • SMH South parkade at 138 Street and 94A Avenue
  • SMH West underground parkade King George Blvd and 96 Avenue (new Emergency & Critical Care Tower)
  • SMH Critical Care Tower Parking at King George Boulevard and 94A Avenue

Paid parking
If you are not onsite for cancer treatment, you will have to pay for parking. Parking is charged at hourly or daily rates. There are parking meters on surrounding streets. There are also other parking lots in the area, including the Lark Group Parkade located across the street (96 Avenue and 137 Street).

Health and safety

The health and safety of our patients and employees is extremely important to us. Please do not visit if you have a fever and respiratory symptoms, or have been exposed to an infectious disease within the last two weeks. If you are a patient, please call your healthcare provider from home.

Smoke and scent-free environment

Smoking is not permitted in the buildings or on the grounds. This means that staff, patients, and visitors are not permitted to smoke on site. If you have questions about this policy, please email
In consideration of our patients and staff who have scent-related allergies, please do not wear perfume, scented hairspray, cologne, deodorant, aftershave or other scented products while visiting. Thank you for your co-operation.


If you are traveling to Surrey for cancer treatment and need further information, please visit Transportation & Lodging or download the handout Travelling to Surrey for Cancer Treatment (PDF).
Centre overview
Located in Surrey, next to Surrey Memorial Hospital (SMH), BC Cancer – Surrey meets the needs of the residents of the Fraser Valley.

Inaugurated in April 1995, BC Cancer – Surrey is committed to providing excellent care to our patients with the support of our staff, volunteers and healthcare partners. While BC Cancer – Surrey bases its approach on BC Cancer's provincial guidelines and mandate, it retains an exclusive culture specific to the catchment area served, the Fraser Valley.

BC Cancer – Surrey is an active research clinic contributing to knowledge generation done within the facility. Clinical trials are an extremely important aspect of our clinical care and our team is continually involved in a growing research program. Please refer to our research section for information on open clinical trials.


BC Cancer – Surrey offers a full range of services for patients and families, including but not limited to:

Support programs

BC Cancer – Surrey offers support programs to help patients and families through cancer care. To learn more, visit Support Programs.

Frequently asked questions

For answers to frequently asked questions, click "+" on the questions below.

Interpreting services are provided, in most languages, through Fraser Health. Please request an Interpreter when you confirm your appointment.


For current employment opportunities, visit the Careers section. If you are a student seeking academic/research work projects, please visit the BC Cancer – Surrey Research section.


For more information on current volunteer opportunities at BC Cancer – Surrey, visit the Volunteer page.

The BC Cancer Foundation is fundraising to bring world-class cancer care close to home for all patients in the region. Donors have supported the expansion and renovation of BC Cancer - Surrey to boost treatment and patient visit capacity, allowing the team to meet the increasing demand for cancer treatments that are critical for the health of our community.

To learn more and to donate, please visit the BC Cancer Foundation website.

For general questions regarding treatment and symptoms, please call Nursing at 604-930-4039.

For urgent health concerns, please call 604-930-2098 or toll-free (within BC) 1-800-523-2885 from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays).

If you have an urgent health concern outside of hours of operation, for emergencies relating to on-going treatment or if you are a physician requesting emergency oncology consultation, please call the Surrey Memorial Hospital switchboard at 604-581-2211 and ask for the Radiation or Medical Oncologist on call. If you are a patient, provide your BC Cancer patient ID number and the name of your treating oncologist to the operator.

If you are experiencing an emergency, always call 911.

BC Cancer – Surrey is connected to Surrey Memorial Hospital (SMH) which houses two bank machines; one in the SMH Cafeteria (North building) and the other in the SMH North Lobby (main entrance).


This recently established service at BC Cancer – Surrey sees patients living in the Fraser Health region, who have locally advanced breast cancer. Family physicians can refer patients to this clinic from the time of first discovery of clinical abnormality in the breast as per the Locally Advanced Breast Cancer referral criteria.


BC Cancer – Surrey is connected to Surrey Memorial Hospital (SMH) which houses a cafeteria (North building), Kidz Cafe (South building, main lobby) and a coffee stop (North building, main lobby). BC Cancer – Surrey is also very close to Tim Hortons, Dairy Queen, Knight & Day, and other restaurants like Starbucks and Subway, located in the City Centre building opposite SMH.

To change an appointment, call the Appointment Desk at 604-930-4001; open 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays).

For change a radiation therapy appointment, call the Radiation Therapy Booking Desk at 604-930-4007; open 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays).

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