Manchanda Medical Clinic operates as a walk in clinic and a family practice located inside the Real Canadian Superstore on King George Hwy in Surrey, BC. There is an on-site pharmacy. Our closest intersection is at King George and 76 Ave.
The clinic will be closed Until Wednesday, August 14th. We apologize for any inconveinence.
Manchanda Medical Clinic is a walk in clinic in Surrey, BC on King George Hwy.
Manchanda Medical Clinic is committed to providing high quality, medical care in a clean and friendly environment with added convenience. Our clinic provides Family Practice and Walk-In medical service where patients can be treated by a qualified health care professional. We understand our patients’ needs and treat all with care and respect.
Doctor(s) and staff at Manchanda Medical Clinic speak a variety of languages for your convenience.
Ask the receptionist for the person who speaks the language you prefer to correspond in.
Telephone: (604) 598-9880
Address: 7550 King George Highway, Surrey, BC V3W 2T2
Closest Intersection: King George Highway and 78th Avenue
Closest Landmark: Inside the Real Canadian Superstore on the ground level beside the pharmacy.
We are conveniently located on the main level inside the Superstore on King George Hwy in Surrey, BC.
The onsite pharmacy provides prescription dispensing and consultation. For more information, call (604) 599-3704.
The Superstore provides shopping opportunities for grocery, home and gift needs. For more information, click here.
Many other amenities are also provided on-site including:
Dr. Raman Manchanda
Dr. Ahmed Hashim
Dr. Amgad Zake
Monday - Saturday
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
1. Always call the clinic at (604) 598-9880 before visiting to confirm their hours.
2. Hours are subject to change without notice depending on physician availability and/or patient volume.
3. We reserve the right to stop accepting patients prior to the posted closing time, if there are enough patients registered to take the doctors to closing time.
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.