CF Outpatient Clinics
Patients can book appointments through the CF office at 604-806-8522. The office is open Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4pm. Each patient is booked automatically every 3-4 months and will receive notification of their appointment approximately one month before their clinic visit. If patients require bookings outside of their regularly scheduled appointments, they are asked to call the clinic to set up an alternate appointment time.
St. Paul’s Hospital – 8B Providence Bldg.
Pacific Lung Outpatient Unit
1081 Burrard Street,
The clinic is on the 8th floor of the Providence building, on Unit 8B, at the end of the hallway behind Pacific Lung.
- Monday 8:30 am — 12:30 pm
- Wednesday 8:30 am — 12:30 pm
- Wednesday 1 — 4 pm
Thanks to our patient-centred model, during clinic visits our CF patients see all or most of the team members including the Dietitian, Doctor, Nurse, Respiratory Technician, Physiotherapist, Pharmacist and Social Worker.
Parking and Transportation
There is pay parking available underneath the hospital. Click here for information.
There are also a number of pay parking options near the hospital, as well as some two hour free parking spots on side streets. Please click here for a list of the pay parking lots near the hospital.
A number of buses will drop you at or near St. Paul’s. The Burrard SkyTrain station and the Roundhouse Canada Line station are both near-by and you can either walk to the hospital or connect with a bus from these stations. Please see the TransLink website, which can help you plan your trip.
Travelling to clinic from outside the Lower Mainland
Travel Assistance Program (TAP)
If you are travelling to clinic or hospital from other parts of the province you may be able to use the Travel Assistance Program (TAP), depending on where you live and travel services available. For example, if you are travelling from Victoria to Vancouver on BC Ferries to get to your CF appointment, a TAP form can be used to cover the cost of the ferry ride. You can obtain a TAP form from your family doctor or from the CF clinic. Speak to the CF social worker about this program. See the Travel Assistance Program form for more information.
You may also be eligible for travel assistance through Hope Air, depending on your income. Hope Air is a national charitable organization. They work with commercial airlines (such as Air Canada and West Jet) to provide free flights for people on low-income who must travel to get to medical appointments. Find more information, and apply for a flight on the Hope Air website.
Toll Exemption Port Mann Bridge
You qualify for this exemption if you are on provincial disability (PWD), CPP Disability, or have a doctor's certification indicating you are unable to be mobile without assistance. For CF, this doctor's certification generally means your lung function is so low you limited mobility due to shortness-of-breath and fatigue. Request for approval using the Persons with Disabilities Toll Exemption form on the TREO website.