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If you need help but do not have a primary care provider, see these resources below.


If you are experiencing an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go immediately to the Whistler Health Care Centre. The Whistler Health Care Centre provides 15 bays for emergency care, including a trauma bay. The Centre also has four triage beds and a procedure room and provides emergency, diagnostic imaging and laboratory services.
Urgent care is open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, 365 days per year. After-hours on-call physicians and registered nurses are available.


Currently, there are no walk-in or virtual GP services available in Whistler. If you need to see a family doctor, your only option is to go the emergency at the Whistler Healthcare Centre.

You can call 8-1-1 to be connected with a health service navigator. They can help you navigate the health care system to connect you with a registered nurse, registered dietitian, qualified exercise professional, or pharmacist. This service cannot help you reach a doctor or nurse practitioner.


If you wish to see your health information online (medications, lab results and proof of vaccination, the BC Ministry of Health's Health Gateway initiative provides BC residents and their families with secure access to view this health information. Go to Health Gateway.


Go to to find information on how to access a number of support services.

For a list of support sources for mental health and substance abuse go to:

Deaf and Hard of Hearing
For the deaf and hard of hearing (TTY), call 7-1-1, or for Video Relay Service, visit Video Relay Services.

Registered Nurses
Registered nurses at HealthLink BC can help you with non-emergency health concerns, to discuss symptoms and procedures, and to recommend whether you should see a health care provider in person. At any time of the day or night, every day of the year, you can call 8-1-1 to ask a registered nurse your health questions.

You can call 8-1-1 to talk to a pharmacist about your medication questions including in the evenings when most pharmacies are closed. A pharmacist may be able to help you with urgent medication refills or medications for chronic conditions. Whistler is home to four pharmacies.  

  • Rexall in Market Place 604-932-2303

  • Rexall in the Village 604-932-4251

  • Nesters Pharmacy 604-932-3545

  • Shopper Drug Mart 604-905-5666

Need a Translator?

Translation services are available in more than 130 languages. Call HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1 toll-free in B.C., or for the deaf and hard of hearing, call 7-1-1. You will be connected with an English-speaking health service navigator. To get service in another language, say the language you want (for example say "Punjabi"), and an interpreter will join the call. The navigator and interpreter can help you register for the Health Connect Registry by phone.

Other Resources
​Healthy Families Program - Whistler Health Care Centre

Adult Mental Health and Substance Use Program - Whistler Health Care Centre

Child and Youth Mental Health

Community Nutrition Services - Whistler Health Care Centre

Computed Tomography - Whistler Health Care Centre

Dental Public Health Program - Whistler Health Care Centre

Immunization Clinic - Whistler Health Care Centre

Influenza Vaccinations - Whistler Health Care Centre

Mental Health and Substance Use Services - Whistler Health Care Centre

New Mother and Baby Care -Whistler Health Care Centre

Public Health Nurse Prenatal and Early Years - Whistler Health Care Centre

Public Health Nurse Telephone Resource - Whistler Health Care Centre

Harm Reduction and Needle Exchange - Whistler Health Care Centre

Speech and Language Services - Children Age 0-5 Years - Whistler Health Care Centre

Tobacco Reduction Program - Whistler Health Care Centre

Ultrasound - Whistler Health Care Centre

Vision and Hearing Screening - Whistler Health Care Centre

Wellness Together

X-Ray/Radiology Department - Whistler Health Care Centre

Youth Clinic - Whistler Health Care Centre

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