Multiple Sclerosis Clinic

Multiple Sclerosis Clinic

The Multiple Sclerosis Clinic is located at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, British Columbia and located in Nanaimo Regional Hospital in Nanaimo, British Columbia. The MS Clinics provide comprehensive, interdisciplinary care for individuals with MS across the many regions of Island Health. 

COVID-19 Vaccination Information

BCCDC has posted new recommendations for vaccinations that may be confusing for MS patients. If you are on medication for MS, please call 250-370-8398 Extension 12994 to speak or leave a message for a MS Nurse. This number is specific to Covid 19 vaccination questions only. The MS nurse will review your case and provide confirmation for when you can book your vaccination.

RJH Services can include:

  • Neurology Consultation
  • Psychiatry Consultation
  • Physical medicine Consultation
  • Urology Consultation
  • Nursing Consultation

NRGH Services can include:

  • Neurology Consultation
  • Nursing Consultation

The MS Clinic has a collaborative relationship with the MS Clinic located at the University of British Columbia

Treatment Options Include:

  • Disease Modifying Agents
  • Symptomatic Treatment
  • Botox for spasticity

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