Phone: (604) 688-6332
Welcome to our clinic. Our goal is to provide excellence in digestive care while making your experience a seamless one.
You have been referred to our clinic by your primary care provider or other specialist for a specific GI complaint or screening.
You may find it helpful to review the health information link below to learn more about your condition and to learn more about our services, exams and procedures.
We look forward to seeing you!
Your first appointment may be either a 1st Consultation or you may be booked directly for a procedure.
If your 1st appointment is a consult, there is no preparation required for your first clinic appointment. It is a consultation only and will take approximately 30-60 minutes.
Confirming your Appointment
Please call our office to confirm your appointment up to
What to bring to your first appointment?
1. List of your current medications
2. BC Care Card
3. If you do not speak English or have difficulty communicating, you are encouraged to bring a translator.
4. If you are a Liver Patient and are coming in for a consultation, you MUST fast for 2-hours prior to your appointment.
What to expect after your First Visit...
A single visit may not resolve the issue; you may need to book a follow-up appointment and/or follow-up investigations such as endoscopic tests, blood tests or X-ray tests.
For Procedures and/or tests:
You will be advised if you are going to need detailed exams or procedures. You will be told if you need to limit your food intake or not drink anything or avoid taking certain medication before you come to the clinic for your exam or procedure. Be sure to follow these instructions, because you will find that if you do not follow them, the results of the tests could be invalid and, in some cases,, you may have to repeat the procedure.
We strive to provide excellent care for our patients. In order to do so effectively and efficiently, we have developed an appointment system that sets asides ample time for a patient.
Late cancellations inconvenience those patients who need access to our specialists in a timely manner. In an effort to reduce the number of such occurrences, we have implemented the following:
No Show/Cancellation Policy:
This section will provide useful information to assist you to prepare in readiness for your specific procedure.
Here are some useful information about some common gastrointestinal complaints:
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
https://www.badgut.org/information-centre/a-z-digestive-topics/non-alcoholic-fatty-liver-disease/Here are some useful information about some common gastrointestinal complaints we treat....
Screening is recommended for asymptomatic women and men ages 50 to 74 living in BC.
Colorectal cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed forms of cancer, affecting 1 in 6 people in British Columbia. In its early stages, there are often no symptoms- which is why screening is so important. Screening can detect the early warning signs of colon cancer and save your life.
Colon cancer screening saves lives in 2 important ways: