Kamloops Infectious Diseases Clinic

Kamloops Infectious Diseases Clinic

About Kamloops Infectious Diseases Clinic

Our team at the Infectious Diseases Clinic provides individualized care plans for the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases in adult patients. This clinic offers multidisciplinary care with onsite pharmacists and nurses helping with the development of treatment plans. The clinic also offers training for at home antibiotic therapy. 
Other services provided include:

  • HIV treatment and prevention clinic
  • Diabetic foot infections management 
  • Treatment of infections in the immunocompromised host
  • Tuberculosis treatment and prevention
  • Home IV treatment program

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, appointments can be either virtual (phone or computer based) or in person. 

Available Services

50.680797, -120.338048

Available Amenities


Adult Summary Form
Travel Medicine Form


Adult Summary Form
Travel Medicine Form

Frequently Asked Questions

Where in the hospital is the clinic?

Third floor of CSB building

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