Medical Daycare Clinic

Medical daycare is an outpatient clinic that provides medical interventions, as well as minor procedures for patients who required non-emergent infusions, transfusions and medical procedures.

Some of the services provided at this clinic include:

  • Blood transfusions
  • Intravenous immunoglobulin infusions
  • Intravenous iron infusions
  • Phlebotomies
  • IV medications
  • Thoracentesis and Paracentesis drainage post catheter insertion

General Information on Medical Daycare Clinic

Referral Required?
Required
How to Get Referral

Physician with hospital privileges referral required. Patient with non-emergent medical needs who would benefit from an outpatient service. The referring physicians office will contact the patient and notify them of their appointment date and time.

Referral Forms (Physician Only)

Medical Daycare Booking Form
Outpatient Blood Product Booking Request
Outpatient IVIG Approval Booking Request
Outpatient IV Iron Booking Request

Please fax referrals to 250-370-8978

Preparing for Your Visit

If you require extra assistance to ambulate and/or for toileting, please ensure that a caregiver accompanies you for your visit.

All appointments changes and/or cancellations arranged through the referring physicians office.

If you are driving, please allow for extra time as parking space is limited.

Contact Us
Royal Jubilee Hospital - Royal Block 1

250-370-8220
Fax: 250-370-8638

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Closed weekends and statutory holidays

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