Who We Are
At The Doctors’ Office we provide holistic, person-centered healthcare in a respectful, comfortable and calm environment. Our doctors are professional, experienced, competent, and down-to-earth. We try our best to make your visit as convenient and accommodating as possible.
The Doctors’ Office is a full-service healthcare practice. Our clinic offers preventative, primary and urgent care for people of all ages. We’re conveniently located in Broadway corridor, the center of Vancouver’s medical community, close to the Vancouver General Hospital and many specialists.
news & updates
2020 Flu Season
The 2020 seasonal influenza vaccine has arrived! Please book online or call our office to arrange a visit. Please ensure that you wear a short-sleeve shirt to make it easier to give you the vaccine. We also have a limited supply of FluMist nasal spray for children, so call ahead to check.
Dear patients, we are open our usual hours but we request that you first book appointments by phone or online. We can then determine the best way to help you.
All visits booked online are only for phone appointments only.
For patients that do have in-person visits, please show up no earlier than five minutes before you scheduled visit.
The first supply of a COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in BC. Please note that the COVID-19 vaccine is not available for everyone at this time. Vaccines will be distributed in phases over the coming months. The first phase of 4,000 doses will be given to frontline health providers working in long-term care, assisted living, ICUs, ERs and COVID medical wards. Healthy providers will ensure the safety of the patients they care for. Other priority groups will receive the vaccine in the coming weeks and months. It is currently anticipated that everyone will have the opportunity to be vaccinated in 2021. We will let you know when and where you can get the vaccine as it becomes available. Thank you for your patience, and please continue to do all you can to prevent the spread of the virus, and to keep you and your loved ones safe. This means wearing a mask when you’re out, limiting your contacts to those living in your household – especially over the holidays – and washing your hands frequently. You can find more information on the vaccine on our FAQ page and by viewing B.C.’s COVID-19 Immunization Plan.