Clinic Services

Welcome to University of Victoria Health Services!

As a student, you are encouraged to use University Health Services (UHS) as your primary point of medical/health care while registered at university, especially, if you do not have a family physician in Victoria. You can choose a consistent physician/practitioner for ongoing care; we do however work closely as a team, so any practitioner can help you if your regular doctor is not available. We encourage you to name UVic Health Services as your primary care clinic if you go to hospital, lab or x-ray departments, and results will be forwarded here to your medical record.

The UHS team is committed to providing you with quality health care throughout your studies at UVic. Our physicians, nurses, specialists, practitioner partners and office staff work collaboratively to address a full range of student health concerns. We are sensitive to your needs and see health as the foundation for academic success and a life well lived. We encourage you to involve your family or partner in your health care. Where desired, UHS will work with you and your loved ones to support your care.


Schedule an appointment

Call ahead to avoid a long wait, and book an appointment with a medical practitioner

Reception phone line: 250-721-8492 (answered 9am-12pm and 1-3pm)

Address: Petersen Health Centre located at end of parking lot #5 off Sinclair Rd. See Map


  • To cancel call 250-721-8492 or email  
  • We require at least 24 hrs notice to cancel an appointment.
  • To cancel a psychiatry appointment call 250-472-4987 ext 1
  • Cancellations made with less than 24 hrs notice may be subject to a fee. See list of fee rates.

New Patient History Form

What should I bring to my first appointment?


University Health Services provides team-based care and is committed to patient confidentiality and privacy in the sharing/discussing of patient information required in team care.  The University of Victoria collects personal information pursuant to the "University Act, RSBC 1996, c468" and section 26 of the "Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act." Medical records are confidential and are not released to anyone without your written consent, except in serious conditions required by law - in reporting children at risk, in concerns of personal safety or risk to life, and in matters of public health safety.