In Canada, public health insurance is available to eligible residents. Canadian citizens and permanent residents can apply for provincial health insurance coverage.

In B.C., public health insurance is called the Medical Services Plan or MSP. It covers the cost of medically-necessary insured doctor services.

Under the Medicare Protection Act, enrollment with the MSP is mandatory for all eligible residents and their dependents.

Learn who is eligible and how to enroll in MSPEligibility and Enrolment

Learn more about what services are covered by MSPBenefits

We would like to inform you that MSP does not cover the following services:

  • Faxing & Photocopying

  • Transfer of Medical Records

  • Preparation and Communication of Medical Records (for non-insured services)

  • Letter on Behalf of Patient

  • Gathering & Assessment of Immunization History

  • Letter of Medical Advice

  • Chart Review (for non-insured services)

  • Prescription Renewal by Phone

  • Referral Form Requested by Patient

  • Medical Notes (Sickness/Return to Work)

  • Physical Exam Requested by Patient

  • Drivers Physical Exam (yellow form)

  • Handy Dart Form

  • SPARC Parking Form

  • Maternity Certificate

  • Travel Cancellation Form

  • Fitness Club/Weight Loss Form

  • School/Camp Form

  • Disability Tax Credit Certificate of Fitness (CRA Form T2201)

  • Pre-Employment Certificate of Fitness

  • Occupational Fitness Assessment Form

  • Insurance Forms

Pay-per-service fee schedule will apply to above mentioned services.

To provide affordable health care and serve you better we have introduced two optional plans for you

  • Annual Administrative plan  

  • Annual Comprehensive plan

For more details, please, inquire at the front desk.