Access and training to Fraser Health computer systems for students.


Many online orientation and education courses are available through LearningHub.

When you're creating a new account, make sure to include:

  1. Your educational institution based email account (do not use personal accounts such as gmail, Yahoo or hotmail).
  2. Your correct designation (student, employee, contractor or affiliate). For instructors/faculty, select 'contractor or affiliate' option.

If your account info is not correctly entered, you may not be able to access certain courses in LearningHub. Please contact the registrar if you need assistance editing an existing account. 

Electronic documentation systems

There are various electronic health record systems in Fraser Health. Please refer to our Technology System Training Chart to determine what is required for your individual student practice experience.


PARIS is the health care information system used by health care providers in Population and Public HealthHome and Community Care (HCC) and Mental Health and Substance Use (MHSU) Community services (not acute/inpatient psychiatry) in Fraser Health.

All students and instructors in these settings will be provided a “view access” user account for PARIS automatically once the HSPNet clinical placement is confirmed.

All students and educators must complete the training requirements below:

Placement Type


Target Audience


Required Online Training 

Required Post-Training Assessment

One-to-one placement

Students in one-to-one placements


FH PARIS – Online Training – Write Access (Clinicians/Practicum Placement Students) 

FH PARIS – Skills Assessment 

Instructor-led group

Faculty instructors

FH PARIS – Online Training – Write Access (Student Clinicians)



Group students

If the courses are not completed, “write access” is not granted, however “view access” will remain. This means there will be no ability to document the patient care you provide.

Meditech Patient Care System (PCS)

Important note: The following MEDITECH training courses only applies to students and faculty/instructors at Abbotsford Regional Hospital (ARH). At this time, there are no MEDITECH training modules available to students and faculty/instructors completing their placements at all other Fraser Health sites. 

If you will be or are currently completing a student practice placement at any site outside of ARH and may require MEDITECH access, please connect with your preceptor or destination coordinator for additional guidance and support.

Students and faculty/instructors at ARH who require MEDITECH “write access” must complete the appropriate courses a minimum of three weeks prior to their clinical placement for their accounts to be set up.


All Units

 Emergency Department




 Post-Secondary Institutions (PSI)
– Meditech Enterprise 
Medical Record (EMR) (1 hr) Online

 Meditech Patient Care System (PCS1) Training 
(6 hrs) in class

+ (Online) Quiz

Meditech PCS2 – ARH Only – Student/Faculty Training 
(4 hrs) Online 

 Meditech Emergency Department Manager (EDM)
(2 hrs) Online

 Acute care support staff

  • Health Care Assistants

  • Dietary Technicians

  • Mental Health Workers

  • Rehabilitation Assistants

  • Communication Health Care Assistants 




Nursing and allied health professionals 

  • RN, RPN, LPN

  • RT, OT, PT, SLP, SW, RD 




Nursing and allied health professionals 

  • RN, RPN, LPN

  • RT, OT, PT, SLP, SW,RD 



Following the training and quiz completion, students must and faculty/instructors must:

  1. Check your Fraser Health email account regularly for MEDITECH ‘Live’ Account information for your clinical setting.
  2. Ensure MEDITECH account information is kept in a safe place for future Fraser Health clinical placements.

AMDS/PYXIS/Omnicell (Automated Medication Distribution System access)

For Surrey Memorial Hospital, Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre, Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Mission Memorial Hospital:

Nursing and respiratory therapy programs at these sites use Pyxis automated medication dispensing cabinets within specific units.

Complete and forward the appropriate AMDS user access request form, if medication access is required for students or faculty members assigned to any of these sites:


Basic Pyxis training sessions

Note: Class content is identical at both Surrey Memorial Hospital and Abbotsford Regional Hospital.

For the instructor:

  • Once they are trained they do not need to repeat training.
  • We need a site specific access request form every different session as access is approved for each clinical/per site. Then we reactivate access.
  • Passwords expire after 90 days, so they may also need a password reset.

For Royal Columbian Hospital, Chilliwack General Hospital and Fraser Canyon Hospital 

Nursing and respiratory therapy programs will be using the Omnicell automated medication dispensing cabinets.  

Complete and forward the appropriate Omnicell user access request form, if medication access is required for students or educators assigned to this site

Omnicell Basic Training Sessions

See Basic Omnicell Training Registration course schedule. Note: If there are no registrants four days before the scheduled class, it will be cancelled.

Note: Future implementations of automated medication dispensing cabinets will use Omnicell.

For all student access questions, contact:

PIXALERE (for Home Health students providing wound care) 

Educational institution instructors/faculty with students placed in Home Health settings where students will be required to document wound care in Pixalere as part of their leaning outcomes are required to attend training provided by a health authority in B.C. and then train their students. Pixalere is a program used across B.C. health authorities to document wounds care. Preceptorship students accepted to Fraser Health from institutions outside of the Lower Mainland have responsibility to ensure the student is prepared for the clinical setting prior to their start date (review HSPnet destination profiles). Group students placed in Fraser Health should receive the training from their instructors.

Pixalere accounts for students should be requested through for the period of their clinical placement.


Thin client smart cards at Abbotsford Regional Hospital

Smart cards are required to access the thin client computers at Abbotsford Regional Hospital. Students and faculty can obtain their cards from the department manager. To receive a smart card students/faculty will need to:

  1. Show their post-secondary education institution student/faculty identification card.
  2. Know their Fraser Health Windows user account (login username).
  3. Must have been granted access to Meditech.
  4. Call Service Desk (604-585-5544) while in front of a thin client computer to activate PIN

A log of the assigned cards (e.g., name and unit name/department) will be kept and sent to managers/practice leader.

After placement, students and faculty must return the card to the unit manager/practice leader.