The Pacific Medical Clinic is a walk-in clinic and family practice. The clinic is located on the upper level, inside the Real Canadian Superstore on Grandview Hwy in Vancouver, BC. There is an on-site pharmacy and plenty of parking available. Our closest major intersection is at Grandview Hwy and Rupert Street. We are less than a 10 minute walk from Rupert Station!
Pacific Medical Clinic is a walk in clinic in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Pacific Medical Clinic focuses on diagnoses and disease treatment, physical disorders and injuries of patients of all ages. The 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.
Telephone: (604) 434-2222
Fax: (604) 434-2220
Address: 3185 Grandview Highway, Vancouver, BC V5M 2E9
Closest Intersection: Grandview Highway and Rupert Street
Closest Landmark: Inside the Real Canadian Superstore on the upper level, above customer service.
We are conveniently located on the upper level of the Real Canadian Superstore. Elevator on site.
The onsite pharmacy provides prescription dispensing and consultation. For more information, call (604) 436-6404.
The Superstore provides shopping opportunities for grocery, home and gift needs. For more information, click here.
Many amenities are also provided on-site including:
Hours of Operations
Test Results / Prescription Renewals
Dr. Neel Sinha
Dr. Amandeep Randhawa
For hours call (604) 434-2222. Hours are recorded on our phone system each day.
Most holidays we are open 9am - 2pm! Always call to confirm.
The clinic may close off registration before closing time if the clinic has been unusually busy or if we have reached our patient limit for the day.
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.