COVID-19 UPDATE (Last Updated: June 2022)

Before coming to Blossom

Monitor yourself for cold or flu-like symptoms before your scheduled appointment. If you’re experiencing any changes to your health, please notify us prior to coming to the clinic. In person appointments may be postponed. If this happens, rest assured that you will be rescheduled once you are feeling better. We are also offering virtual visits through the internet and on the telepone. 


You may wish to make a self-assessment through the website COVID-19 self-assessment on the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) website to determine if you need to seek a covid-19 testing.  Please follow the recommendations from the self-assessment. 

What to expect when you arrive

We want to assure you that it is safe to come to the clinic. We are taking a number of measures to ensure you safety in these times.

  • Please wear a mask

  • Arrive at your appointment time

  • Practice excellent hand hygiene by cleaning your hands often.  We have hand sanitizer available for you to use

  • Avoid touching your face, mouth, nose and eyes

  • Practice respiratory etiquette (sneezing/coughing into your elbow)

  • Maintain a physical distance of two metres in common areas such as elevators and waiting areas

  • For more information on infection prevention, visit the COVID-19 prevention page.

  • Sanitize your hands upon arrival and leaving

  • Increased cleaning and disinfection of our clinical areas, as well as our waiting room..

  • Limit the number of companions to your visit (we currently have a 2 people limit in the waiting area)

Additional Links to Health Resources during COVID-19