#340 - 943 W. Broadway, Vancouver

T (604)  409-4355 F (604) 409-4346


Vancouver Kids Allergy

Dr. Joanne Yeung, MD, Pediatric Allergist


There is an underground pay (credit card only) parkade for the building. Entrance is from the back alley. There is also meter and free 2 hour parking in the neighbourhood but pay special attention to time restrictions. You cannot park on W. Broadway after 3pm. Avoid Broadway if you have an afternoon appointment. 


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About your visit


Important highlights:

1Do not come to the clinic if you or your child is sick

2) Patients and visitors age 13 years and above must wear a medical grade mask. Children 12 years and under shouldwear a cloth or disposable mask. Option for infants and toddlers.

3) The patient should avoid antihistamines for 7 days prior to the appointment

4) Only 1 parent/caregiver can attend with the patient

5) We have a strict 24 hour cancellation policy; no-show fees ($100 for a consultation, $50 for follow up) will apply

6) Bring patient's CardCard, current medications, photos of rashes



Do not come if sick

Please do not come to the clinic if you have a fever, chills, or cough, if you think you have been exposed to COVID-19, or if you have been asked to self-isolate.  If you are unsure, please use the Government of BC's  COVID-19 self assessment tool.


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Masks required

As of November 9, 2020, the Ministry of Health now requires all patients, health care workers, non-clinical staff, and visitors in health care facilities (including community offices) to wear a medical grade mask. A medical grade mask is a surgical mask meant for one time use. Fabric masks are not allowed. Medical grade masks can be found in pharmacies.  ALL PATIENTS AND VISITORS AGE 13 AND ABOVE WILL BE ASKED TO WEAR A MEDICAL GRADE MASK. Children younger than 13 are asked to wear a fabric or children’s disposable mask. Infants and toddlers are not required to wear a mask.  If you are unable to obtain a medical grade mask, one will be provided to you.  


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Avoid antihistamines for 7 days

Antihistamines include diphenhydramine (Benadryl), cetirizine (Reactine), loratidine (Claritin), desloratidine (Aerius), hydroxyzine (Atarax), and fexofenadine (Allergra). 

The patient may continue their nasal sprays, asthma puffers, and medicated creams. 


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One parent/caregiver per patient

WorkSafeBC has limited the number of people that can be in the clinic at one time. Therefore, having both parents and/or siblings may lead us to exceed the limit. Thank you for your understanding. 


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No show fee

We have no show/cancellation fees to allow patients to have timely access to appointments. Fees are $100 for new consults and $50 for follow ups and apply to appointments missed or cancelled without 24 hours’ notice. This includes virtual appointments.


Payment is required before a new appointment will be booked. We only accept cash (in the exact amount) or credit card payment (surcharge for credit payments may apply).


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