Looking for a Doctor in Burnaby?
Register to be matched with a family doctor or nurse practitioner
All BC residents can now register for a family doctor or nurse practitioner in their community through BC’s Health Connect Registry. When you register, you are added to a centralized registry of primary care providers across your community.
Registration takes less than 10 minutes. You need to provide:
- Personal Health Number (PHN), found on your BC Services Card
- Home address
- Email address and phone number
Urgent and Primary Care Centres
Urgent and Primary Care Centres (UPCCs) provide medical care for urgent, non-emergency issues. For life-threatening illnesses or injuries, call 911 or go to the Emergency Department.
UPCCs are for when you are unable to see your family practitioner or access a walk-in clinic in a timely manner. If you do not have a doctor or nurse practitioner, you can receive care at a UPCC.
Burnaby has two UPCCs, located in Metrotown and Edmonds.
Allied Health Services
Burnaby Primary Care Networks offers a variety of allied health programs to support your health and wellbeing, including behavioural health coaching, mild-to-moderate mental health counselling, social work, clinical pharmacist services, physiotherapy, dietitian services, and foot care nurse services.