Cowichan Way Clinic is located inside the Real Canadian Superstore at Cowichan Way and Central Road in Duncan, BC and offers walk-in medical services and continuous family practice care. There is an on-site pharmacy and plenty of parking available for your convenience. Our closest major intersection is at Island Hwy and Trunk Road.
Hours are subject to change without prior notice. Please call the clinic before your visit in order to determine the best method to address your healthcare concerns.
Cowichan Way Clinic is a medical clinic in Duncan, British Columbia.
Cowichan Way Clinic is committed to providing high quality, medical care in a clean and friendly enviornment with added convenience. Our clinic provides walk-in services and family practice continual care where patients can be treated by a qualified health care team. We understand our patients' needs and treat all with care and respect.
Fax: (778) 422-3998
Address: 291 Cowichan Way, Duncan, British Columbia, Canada V9L 6P5
Closest Intersection: Cowichan Way and Central Road, near Island Hwy and Trunk Road.
Closest Landmark: Inside the Real Canadian Superstore, beside the Pharmacy
Dr. Troy McLeod
We are conveniently located inside the Real Canadian Superstore in Duncan, BC.
The DrugStore pharmacy provides prescription dispensing and consultation. For more information, call (250) 746-0535.
The Superstore provides shopping opportunities for grocery, home and gift needs.
Many other amenities are also provided on-site including:
During the current COVID-19 outbreak, please call for our revised clinic schedule.
*Policy for Posting Hours:
1. Always call the clinic at 250-856-0560 before visiting to confirm their hours and physician availability.
2. The clinic reserves the right to stop accepting patients prior to the posted closing time, if patient volume will take the doctor to closing time.
Hours are subject to change without notice. We regret that at times we may have to close early due to the generalized shortage of Doctors in BC and the government daily cap on patient limits. High volumes of patients may require that registration be closed earlier than hours stated.