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The Office of Student Affairs is here for you! Please reach out if you require individualized support such as:

  • Support for personal / family problems

  • Absences due to medical appointments

  • Arranging leave of absence (LOA)

  • Academic difficulties

  • Academic accommodations

  • Assistance with career planning

To book an appointment with:

Dr. Bartlett (VFMP) -

Dr. Carolan (VFMP) -

Dr. Wong (VFMP/Fraser) -

Dr. Manning (IMP) -

Dr. Attia (NMP) -

Dr. Hutchings (SMP) -

If you are unsure who to contact email


The Centre for Accessibility provides support and programming initiatives designed to remove barriers for students with disabilities.

When making your initial appointment, ask for: Dr. Laura Bulk

They have prior experience with medical students who are seeking accommodations.

To book a regular appointment with an accessibility advisor email or call 604 822 5844

Drop-In Appointments are hosted via Zoom. 

Booking for drop-in appointments is day of starting at 8:30am

Call 604 822 5844 and then dial 0.

Office of Student Affairs



What's on your mind?

A guide to all UBC mental health resources! Includes more info on UBC Counselling Service, UBC Student Health Services, UBC Psychology Clinic, and wellness clubs on campus.

If you call the hotline, tell them you are a UBC MEDICAL STUDENT calling through PHP. PHP outsources its counselling to certified accredited counselling psychologists and they don’t treat UBC students unless they are in the medical program so it’s important to make that distinction when you call.





Crisis Support


ACC can help during non-life threatening mental health and/or substance abuse issues! 

7:30 am - 9:30 pm Walk-In

(no Dr.'s referral needed)

803 West 12th Avenue; Level 1 East Entrance

Phone Lines (7:30 am - 10:00 pm): 604 675 3700

Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Team

Vancouver Island Crisis Line: 1-888 494 3888

Hours: 7 days/week, 1 PM - midnight

Call the Vancouver Island Crisis line and ask to speak with IMCRT

Available 27/4

Responders may refer individuals to appropriate community or professional resources

Interior Crisis
Line Network


Northern BC
Crisis Line

A safe, confidential, and

non-judgmental crisis line

Available 27/4

Prince George Urgent
& Primary Care Centre

143, 1600-15th Avenue

Will respond to urgent mental health and/or substance use concerns. Can coordinate appointments to mental health and substance use clinicians and primary care nurses as needed.

Call 911

Please don't hesitate to call when you or someone you know is in danger! 


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