Phototherapy Clinic - Royal Jubliee Hospital

The Phototherapy Clinic at the Royal Jubliee Hospital in Victoria is here to help patients take control of their psoriasis and other photo-responsive skin conditions in an environment that is safe and non-judgmental.

Effective Monday, March 23 the Phototherapy Clinic will be closed until further notice.

Patients requiring urgent dermatological care during this time please reach out to your assigned dermatologist.

We apologize for this inconvenience, please check back at a later date for further information. For COVID-19 information, please visit: www.islandhealth.ca/covid19.


 

General Information on Phototherapy Clinic - Royal Jubliee Hospital

Referral Required?
Required
How to Get Referral

We accept referrals from Dermatologists. Patients wishing to access this service should speak with their General Practitioner (GP) about seeing a Dermatologist for their condition. 

Physicians and nurse practitioners: 

The clinic does not have an on-site Dermatologist. Please contact the clinic if you need any assistance in referring patients to a dermatologist that is prescribing phototherapy.
 

Preparing for Your Visit

Bring a current list of any prescriptions (topical, oral or injectable) and over the counter skin creams to your first visit.

The additional resources at the bottom of this page may help increase understanding of skin conditions, treatment information and available support groups.
 

Contact Us

Telephone: 250-519-1511

Finding Us

Where do I go?

The clinic is located at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in the Memorial Pavilion building between Adanac Street and Richmond Avenue. The clinic is located on the 3rd floor of the Homer wing and there is an elevator available.

Where do I park?

There is metered parking at the outpatient lot off of Adanac street (beside Memorial Pavilion) or there is the main parkade off Bay and Richmond Ave.

View parking map and find parking rates

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