Please call our office or book online if you need an appointment.  We are open, however, in order to stop the spread of Covid-19 the  doctors will be addressing your needs via TELEPHONE APPOINTMENT. Your doctor will call you at your booked time to take your history, but if they feel they need to see you they will advise you and book you in for an in-person consultation.   

Flu Clinics 2020

Wednesday, October 21(9am-12pm) - Dr. Adewumi - FULL

Saturday, October 24 (9am-1pm) - Nurse Caren - FULL

Wednesday, Oct 28 (9am-12pm) - Dr. Adewumi - FULL

Thursday, Oct 29 (9am - 12pm) - Dr. Adewumi - FULL

Saturday, Oct 31(9am-1pm) - Nurse Caren - FULL

November 3 - FULL

November 5 - FULL

November 7 - FULL

Covid-19 updates

Please note our clinic hours may vary at this time.

For the latest updates on the Corona Virus, please refer to

To our patients,

Thank you for all your patience and kindness during these trying times.  We continue to open our doors to our patients, with stringent disinfection and isolation protocols.  It is our highest priority to keep our staff and our patients safe. 

For certain medical needs, the government  has made it possible to temporarily implement telehealth.  To avoid coming into the office, please call us at (604) 535 2520 and request a telephone consult.  We will then arrange for your doctor to call you. In certain cases, you may still need to come into the office for a physical examination, however we will do our best to minimize unnecessary trips. 

We continue to ask that you call us if you are experiencing a cough, fever and shortness of breath as it is imperative that the doctor speaks to you prior to coming to the office.  If necessary, the staff will then advise you of your appointment time and our isolation procedure. We are not testing asymptomatic patients. 

As of March 17, 2020, the Provincial Health Officer has advised that:

Testing is available for  all patients who need it, but not everyone requires a test. B.C. is currently testing those with respiratory symptoms who are:

1. Hospitalized, or likely to be hospitalized

2. Health care workers

3. Residents of long term care facilities

4. Part of an investigation of a cluster or outbreak.

Fraser Health staff are also very busy working on setting up central Covid-19 testing facilities.  More details will be released in the coming days. In the meantime, the Ministry of Health has released an online assessment tool:

BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool

For employers and managers, we ask that you refrain from asking your employees for “Sick notes”  during this busy time.

We reiterate the daily message for staying healthy:

Wash hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

Please heed self-isolation instructions

Avoid touching your face

Practice social distancing

Self-isolate if you are sick

Thank you for helping us all take care of each other.

Stay safe,

Crescent Beach Medical Arts

New Patients

At this time, none of our doctors are accepting new patients.  

Same day appointments

Please call our office if you need to be seen on the same day as we usually keep appointments open for emergencies for Crescent Beach Medical Arts patients.  You may not be able to see your own physician, however all the doctors in the office have access to your medical records. 

Online Booking

 You can now book you appointments online.  Please email our office for your username and password. 

Please call or email us to update your records of any changes to your home or email addresses, telephone number or name.