The Foot Care Program ? North Shore Chronic Disease Services

We focus on supporting clients in the prevention of diabetic foot complications, wounds and amputations.

Clients are seen by a Foot Care Nurse and Occupational Therapist for 1-4 visits over a year.

The program includes assessment (e.g. foot wear, orthotics), education, treatment and recommendations as required. Once a treatment plan is completed, clients are discharged with referral to other health care providers or to public services as needed for follow-up. 

Any health care provider or physician may refer. Clients with open wounds are ineligible. Fee for service.


To see a list of all North Shore Chronic Disease Services (NSCDS) listings, visit www.vch.ca/nscds

West Vancouver Community Health Centre

2121 Marine Drive
2nd floor, room 241
West Vancouver, BC
V7V 4Y2
Phone: (604) 984-5752 extension 2
Fax: (604) 297-9681
Email: nscds@vch.ca

Hours of operation

Program days and times may vary. 

Reception Telephone Hours:  Monday ? Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Referral

Any health care provider or physician may refer. Clients with open wounds are ineligible. Fee for service.

North Shore Chronic Disease Service Referral Form

Eligibility

Diabetic clients with no open foot wounds. 

Resources

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?Free 3-hour limit underground parking or District street parking.