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Hilltop Medical Walk-in Clinic

Hilltop Medical walk-in clinic is a family practice medical facility located in the heart of the South Surrey / White Rock community that accepts community patients on a walk-in basis.


  • Hilltop Medical walk-in clinic is run by Hilltop Medical family physicians

  • Each day there is a set number of physicians working

    • The physicians schedules and availability will vary from day-to-day and week-to-week

  • Each physician sees a set number of patients during their shift. 

    • This number will vary from physician-to-physician. 

  • Patients can join the queue for the walk-in each day, either in person (at the clinic) or by calling (via phone)

    • If you need to be seen in person (rather than via a phone appointment) we recommend being in the queue for the walk-in between 8:00 - 8:30 am

  • We cannot guarantee that you will receive an appointment on any given day.​

    • As noted above, there is a set number of appointments available.​

  • All patients are triaged in a first come, first serve basis

  • Phones lines are extremely busy, we ask for your patience as we try to help as many patients as possible. Please have the following personal information ready at the time of your call:

    • Preferred Pharmacy

    • Name of Family Physician (if outside of Hilltop)

    • Home & Cell phone

    • Email address

    • Home address

    • CareCard number

    • Date of birth

    • First & Last Name (as listed on your Driver's licence / CareCard)

  • Please see below for a list of frequently asked questions relating to the Hilltop Walk-in Clinic

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Walk-in Clinic Hours

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1st floor @ Hilltop (through the Rexall Pharmacy)

15331 16th Avenue, Surrey, B.C. V4A 0C1

Monday - Friday:  9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 1:00 pm

Sunday & Stat Holidays: Closed

Please call 911 or go directly to your nearest emergency department if you are in need of serious medical attention including experiencing chest pain, severe bleeding or stroke symptoms.

  • Can I book an appointment at the Hilltop Walk-in Clinic ?
    Hilltop Medical Walk-In Clinic offers first come, first serve medical services to all patients. We do not prebook any walk-in clinic patients.
  • What time does the walk-in clinic open?
    The Hilltop Medical Walk-in Clinic is serviced by the Hilltop family physicians from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm (Monday to Friday), and Saturdays from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. • Each day there are a set number of available walk-in clinic appointments available to all patients. • The number of available appointments does vary from day-to-day and week-to-week, depending on the number of physicians working in the walk-in each day. • The doors to the Hilltop Walk-in Clinic (located within the 1st floor Rexall pharmacy) open at 8:00 am. • The line-up for the Walk-in Clinic can form at anytime (but typically patients begin to line-up between 8:00 - 8:30 am.
  • Why is the walk-in clinic closed ("at capacity") before 6:00 pm ?
    The Hilltop Medical Walk-In Clinic is serviced by Hilltop Medical Family physicians. • Hilltop Medical Family physicians provide their services to all White Rock / South Surrey community residents through the Hilltop Medical Walk-In Clinic. • Each Hilltop Family physician has a preset number of appointments allocated to their respective walk-in clinic shifts. • Family physicians are limited to a specific number of patients each day (as determined by MSP). - This includes the patients they see during their respective walk-in clinic shifts. • Hilltop Medical Walk-In Clinic is booked by a first come, first serve structure. • For example: • If Hilltop Medical Clinic has 90 x available walk-in clinic appointments on a given day, • And 90 patients "walk-in" to the clinic (by 10:00 am) to request to see a doctor on that given day, • Hilltop can only book the those first 90 x patients. • The rest will (after 10:00 am in this example), will be turned away, as we are "at capacity" for this day. • The clinic remains open during the day to provide medical services to the first 90 x patients, • However we are closed (as of 10:00 am) to any additional requests for walk-in clinics appointments.
  • When should you use a walk-in clinic ?
    Walk-in clinics provide medical care for people who do not have a family doctor or who have one but are unable to book an appointment with them, for their acute medical reason. ​ Walk-in clinics are designed to provide quicker care for non-life-threatening conditions when going to a family doctor is not an option. ​ Walk‐in clinics can also augment chronic disease management as an accessible setting for one‐off issues but are generally not suited for ongoing monitoring or prevention of long‐term complications. Walk-in clinics are not suitable for emergencies.
  • What medical services will be offered through a walk-in appointment with the Hilltop walk-in clinic?
    You can speak to the walk-in doctor about a wide variety of acute medical concerns and complaints including but not limited to medical services such as prescription, a doctor’s notes *, a lab requisition, a referral to a specialist or an imaging requisition. * Please note some medical services are not covered by BC MSP, and will require the patient to pay in full before receiving their requested document, letter, and / or medical service *
  • What is an acute medical reason ?
    Acute medical treatment is the treatment of an acute condition that occurs suddenly, or may have immediate or rapidly developing symptoms, or the symptom / condition is limited in its duration. ​ Acute does not mean new, although many newly diagnosed diseases present with acute symptoms. Nor does it mean that symptoms are severe. It simply means that symptoms have developed quickly and that some sort of medical intervention is needed.

Hilltop Medical Clinic (Family Practice and Walk-in Clinic) is committed to providing a safe, secure and respectful environment for staff and patients. We have a zero-tolerance policy for threatening, intimidating or inappropriate behaviours. This includes, but is not limited to, behaviours such as swearing, abuse (verbal or physical), threats, threatening or intimidating behaviours, unwanted physical contact, sexual harassment, and discriminatory remarks. Failure to abide by this policy may result in you being discharged from Hilltop Medical Clinic immediately.

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