“Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.”

— Richard James Molloy

Patient Education

with Diabetic Nurse Educator

Well Woman Health

Nurse Practioner

Psychiatric Services

by referral only

Complete Physicals

Assessments

Risk Assessment
Drivers Medical Assessments
Periodical Medical RCMP Exams

Mental Health

Mental Health Planning
Mental Health Management
Mental Health Assessments

Personal Injury

MVA
WCB

For Women

IUD Removals
Pap Tests

Consultation/Management

Respiratory Therapist Consults
Chronic Disease Management

Minor Procedures

Removal of Foreign Body
Ingrown Toenails
Lacerations
Incision and drainage
Cryotherapy
Excision of lesions
Laceration Suture
Removal of Sutures/Staples
Dressing Changes
Cauterization
Biopsy
Eneuceation of Hemorrhoids
Physicians specialize in Palliative Care
Steroid injections
Drivers

 

Group Sessions

Diabetic Group visits
New Mother and Baby Visit
Smoking Cession Sessions

Annual Flu Shots

Who can have a flu shot?
Annually, everyone 6 months and older
When are flu shots available?  
Flu shots are available in the fall – date TBA
Where should I get my immunizations and flu Shot?
As your primary health care provider, we recommend all your health care be provided at our office.
Please contact the office for more information
About booking an appointment or attending one of the clinic dates

Immunization

Childhood Immunization
Adult Immunization
Travel Immunizations
Off Site Adult Immunization Clinics

Childhood Immunization

Please contact your office to book your child’s immunizations
As your primary health care provider, we recommend all your health care be provided at our office.

Childhood immunizations include:
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Hepatitis B, Polio, Haemophilus influenza type B, Pneumococcal conjugate, Rotavirus, Meningococcal conjugate C, MMR – measles, mumps, rubella, Varicella (chickenpox), Hepatitis A, HPV (human papillomavirus)

To Click here to access the B.C. ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE – for infants

To Click here to access the B.C. ROUTINE IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE for – school age children

 

Adult Immunization

Are you up to date with your vaccines?

Call to Book an Adult Immunization Review one of our nurses, NP or your physician

It is recommended that everyone update their Tetanus every 10 years
Age 65 and over Pneumonia
Age 50 and over Herpes Zoster (Shingles)
Males 9-26 years, Females 9-45 years HPV
Speak with your physician, Nurse or MOA for more information

To click here to access the B.C. ROUTINEIMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE – for adults

Off Site Adult Immunization Clinics available
Dr. Silver offers off site Clinics to local Fire or First Responder Units