Enderby Community Health Centre

Enderby Community Health Centre

About Enderby Community Health Centre

Enderby Community Health Centre is one of 29 Primary Care Centres available within Interior Health communities. This Primary Care clinic has a healthcare team that works collaboratively and offers a range of healthcare services on-site as they strive to provide client-centred and culturally safe care.

For example, you may have a check-up with your family doctor or nurse practitioner.

This clinic provides care only for patients of that clinic. For more information on how to register for a provider contact 8-1-1 or visit the Health Connect Registry.

Hours for Enderby Community Health Centre

Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Emergency Hours

No Emergency Hours

 

50.5468036, -119.1407999

Available Amenities

Resources

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Resources

A list of websites & resources to help you access health services & information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the clinic wheelchair accessible?

Yes

Does the children's speech-language service need a referral?

Caregivers can refer any child aged 0-5 for speech and language services - no doctor referral is needed. 

How do you book a lab appointment?

For locations that have appointment booking as an option, book your Lab Test and ECG online at www.labonlinebooking.ca. If you're unable to make a booking online, please call the Digital Health Support Desk to book at 1-844-870-4756 (Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. PST; Saturday-Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. PST; excluding STAT Holidays).

Do I need to book an appointment? If so, how do I book?

Yes, please call Enderby Health Centre at 250 - 838-2450.

Is the clinic accessible by public transit?

Yes, twice daily to and from Vernon. Once weekly to Salmon Arm (Wednesday’s).

Is free parking available?

Yes

Is the clinic open on holidays?

No

Is this clinic part of a Primary Care Network (PCN)?

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