Outpatient occupational therapy services provided to referred individuals presenting with varying diagnoses, for example: rheumatoid arthritis, orthopaedic conditions such as tendinitis, and neurological conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, radial nerve palsy and multiple sclerosis.
Burnaby Hospital's outpatient occupational therapy department offers services in the following areas: splinting, neurological disorders and rheumatoid arthritis. This department is not equipped to manage patients with long term rehabilitation needs (individuals with Parkinson's or acquired brain injuries).
Currently the South Entrance is closed due to COVID-19.
Please use the Main Entrance near the Parkade, unless you require Emergency.
Parking and Transportation
|Parking rate||Main lot||Emergency lot|
|Mobile payment: HangTag||Burnaby Hospital Parkade||Burnaby Hospital Emergency|
|Each additional hour||$3.50||$4.25|
|Seniors 1-week permit||$33.00||n/a|
|Seniors 2-week permit||$60.25||n/a|
|Seniors 1-month permit||$120.00||n/a|
*If you have difficulty paying for parking, financial hardship permits may be available on a case-by-case basis. Please talk to your unit social worker for more information or contact Parking Administration at 604-930-5440 (Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.) or email LMCParking@fraserhealth.ca.
Hours of operation
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Open visiting hours, but please be considerate of other patients who may need rest.
Visits are restricted to ESSENTIAL VISITS ONLY at all of our sites through controlled access points. For more information, please visit our visitor guidelines page.
Patients must present a referral form from a physician, or other recognized medical professional.
Physicians are aware of fee schedule. Patients are billed for custom-made orthotics, splints and adaptive equipment; these fees are generally refundable through insurance plans.
Language (s) Offered
Primarily English, although translation services can be made available. It is suggested to bring an interpreter if understanding English is difficult.
Please bring relevant medical history or consultation letters.