Cancer Care

A Full Service Community Chemotherapy Centre is located in a general community hospital and delivers outpatient oral and parenteral cancer chemotherapy as well as provides medical and nursing support for cancer patients.

The Centre is typically staffed with community physicians who are general oncologists, internists, General Practitioners in Oncology (GPO), chemotherapy-certified oncology nurse, oncology-experienced pharmacists and pharmacy staff. Referring physicians are required to complete a Community Oncology Network referral for the transfer of care.

Staff is able to manage all types of outpatient IV and oral chemotherapy protocols including first-cycle and trained in the care and management of central venous access devices.

General Information on Cancer Care

Referral Required?
Required
How to Get Referral

Referring physicians are required to complete a Community Oncology Network referral for the transfer of care.

Contact Us

Phone:  250-286-7154
Fax:  250-286-7181

Finding Us

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

Hours of Operation

The service hours may vary from Monday to Friday.

Locations

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