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Vancouver Island Centre

BC Cancer Agency - Vancouver Island Centre
The Vancouver Island Centre is one of six full-service cancer centres of BC Cancer.
Please complete this Patient Reported Information and Symptom Management (PRISM) form, print it and bring it with you to your first appointment:

     o  PRISM form  

Please also bring these items with you:

     o  Your BC Services / BC Care Card

     o  One piece of photo ID

     o  All current medications (including pain killers, vitamins, supplements, herbal remedies, etc.)

     o  Reading glasses, if you need them

     o  A list of questions to ask

     o  A pen and notepad 

Watch our new patient video and read the companion guide for an overview of the Vancouver Island Centre:

     o  New Patient Video (20 minutes)

     o  What to expect: a patient's guide

Read about the mutual commitments between you and your care providers:

     o Partners in Care: Our Mutual Commitments

Know where to go:

     o  Directions to the Vancouver Island Centre

     o  Parking Map (Parking is available in the lot across from the entrance, at a cost of $1.50 per hour. The meter at the entrance to the centre takes change and credit cards.)

Learn more about how to prepare for your first visit and what to expect:

     o  Your Journey with Us

     o  Frequently Asked Questions

For prostate cancer patients:

     o Prostate Cancer Supportive Care Program


BC Cancer's Vancouver Island Centre is located at 2410 Lee Avenue, Victoria, BC, Canada, V8R 6V5, next to the Royal Jubilee Hospital.  

We provide oncology consultations, chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments for people who live on Vancouver Island.

We provide a broad range of services including prevention, treatment, screening, genetic counselling and supportive care.

The Vancouver Island Centre 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.

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