Metrotown

Metrotown Urgent and Primary Care Centre

A new urgent and primary care centre opened in November 2022, providing people in the Burnaby-Metrotown area with increased access to team-based, comprehensive primary care.

The centre serves two purposes: the first is to provide urgent primary care services to people living in the community who need to see a health care provider within 12 to 24 hours, but do not require an emergency department. The second purpose is to help attach residents to regular primary care providers in the community for their long-term planned primary care.

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People living in Burnaby-Metrotown will benefit from increased access to team-based primary care with the official opening of a new urgent and primary care centre (UPCC) at Unit 102-4555 Kingsway on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022.
Minister of Health Adrian Dix at the announcement for the launch of three primary care networks and the opening of the new Burnaby Urgent and Primary Care Centre.
People in Burnaby will soon have increased access to team-based health care with the launch of three primary care networks (PCNs) and the opening of the new Burnaby Urgent and Primary Care Centre (UPCC) in May 2019.

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