Medical Clinic

The TRU Medical Clinic services registered students who require medical support during their studies in Kamloops. The Clinic provides a full range of medical services, including immunizations as required by some programs, and organizes annual flu clinics in conjunction with other departments and community organizations.

The Medical Clinic is open from September to July (closed in August) from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Emails and phones are answered throughout the day.

Three Physicians fill the full-time position on a rotating basis. Clinic staff also includes a Medical Office Assistant.

All matters are strictly confidential. Health Services retains medical documentation in a secure and confidential manner. Should students require access to these records, for any reason, please contact the Medical Office Assistant at trumedicalclinic@tru.ca.

Some of our services include:

  • insertion of IUD’s
  • allergy injections
  • cold/flu/illness care
  • physical exams (work & sports medicals as required)
  • prescriptions and medication management
  • minor procedures: ears syringing, suture removal
  • birth control education and prescribing
  • sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening and treatment
  • immunizations
  • pregnancy testing
  • trans-competent medical care
Location: Old Main 1461 (by appointment only)
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Phone: 250-828-5126
Email: trumedicalclinic@tru.ca

Emergencies

Call 911 from any campus or emergency phone.

Campus Security are the first responders. You can reach them by dialing 5033 from any campus phone or at 250-828-5033 from a cellular phone.

Book an Appointment

The TRU Medical Clinic serves registered students who require medical support during their time studying in Kamloops. Appointments are required as we are not a drop-in clinic. We ask students that already have a doctor in Kamloops to call that doctor’s office to make an appointment.

TRU staff and faculty are encouraged to use local walk-in clinics, as the Clinic is intended for students who are not from Kamloops and so do not have a local family doctor. New TRU faculty and staff should be making every attempt to find local, on-going medical care as soon as they begin their employment. We may be able to fill some gaps on a short-term basis, but our priority is to serve students.

If you cannot make your appointment, please call and cancel. If you have had three "no-shows", you will need to speak to the Clinic about future bookings.

To book an appointment, email trumedicalclinic@tru.ca or call 250-828-5126. If you have questions, you can also drop by OM1461.

Meet the Team

Resources

Walk-in Clinics

If you cannot be accommodated on the date that you wish to be seen, here are a few options for you to call. Please contact below clinics prior to attending as hours are subject to change.

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