Here's an introduction to our centres and clinics as well as a guide to your first visit with us.
The Patient Reported Information and Symptom Management (PRISM) form is usually given to new patient to fill out before their first visit, to help us to get to know you better and provide you with the best possible care.
It helps to be prepared for your first visit – here’s what bring to the visit and a description of what will happen during the visit.
Your cancer care team is a group of healthcare professionals who work to treat your cancer – here’s a description of who might be involved.
These are questions you might want to ask your doctor, to help you understand all the aspects of your cancer care.
A variety of services and support is available to you as a cancer patient. Here’s an overview of the resources at the BC Cancer Agency and in the community.
The Fair PharmaCare plan provides BC families with coverage for eligible prescription drugs and designated medical supplies, based on their net income.
When you are receiving care, treatment and services at the BC Cancer Agency, our staff and physicians will collect personal information from you. Here’s an explanation of why we do this and how we manage the information.
Here are the instructions and form for requesting a patient health record.
The Patient Care Quality Office manages questions from patients and families about quality of care, compliments and complaints and feedback.
Here are some of the more common terms you might hear during your cancer care and treatment.