Clinical Services Building


 Clinical Services Building at completion (courtesy of Bird Construction)

On July 11, 2012, the Clinical Services Building was approved at Royal Inland Hospital (RIH). The Clinical Services Building provides better access to the hospital, increases the number of parking stalls and helps address the increasing demand for outpatient services.


Building Features

The Clinical Services Building adds 5,200 square metres (17, 060 sq. ft.) of space for education and medical outpatient services. Features of the building include:

  • 350 new parking stalls
  • A pedestrian bridge link to the main hospital building
  • Outpatient services including:
    • IV therapy
    • Pre-surgical screening and OR booking
    • Cardiology and neurodiagnostics
    • Community respiratory therapy
    • Vascular improvement program
  • Lab 
  • Three dedicated telehealth consultation rooms
  • Clinical education space for the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine
  • Retail space


Project Cost

The capital budget for the project was $79.8 million, cost shared between:

  • The province of British Columbia
  • Thompson Regional Hospital District

The project was completed under budget at $69.1 million. The surplus funds have been allocated to planning for the Patient Care Tower Project.



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