Phototherapy - Campbell River Wellness Centre

The Campbell River Hospital Wellness Centre offers Ultraviolet B Narrow Band Light Therapy for treatment.

What is Needed Before Starting Treatment?

  • A referral from your Dermatologist documenting the diagnosis of your skin condition
  • A referral from your Physician and/or Nurse Practitioner with documentation from your Dermatologist.
  • Consider updating consultation with your Dermatologist; speak with your Dr/NP.

Treatment Schedule and the Phototherapy Program

Hours:  UVB therapy is offered Tuesday, Thursday and every other Friday (until further notice), each week from 08:00-10:30 at the Wellness Centre.  A calendar of operating dates will be available.

General Information on Phototherapy - Campbell River Wellness Centre

Referral Required?
Required
How to Get Referral

The Phototherapy Referral Form completed by your Dermatologist documenting the diagnosis of your skin condition or from your Physician and/or Nurse Practitioner with documentation from your Dermatologist.

Contact Us

Phone:  250-286-7151

Finding Us

Wellness Centre Campbell River General Hospital
375 2nd Ave
Campbell River, BC  V9W 3V1

Hours of Operation

Tuesday, Thursday, and every other Friday: 8:00-10:30 am

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