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Routine IT maintenance on Wednesday, June 19 will cause service interruptions between midnight and 6:00am affecting the YourHealthNS app and on-line appointment booking including COVID-19 testing, blood collection, X-Ray, EKG and the Need a Family Practice Registry.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

The QEII Cancer Centre provides a full range of cancer care and support. It also serves as the referral centre for complex cancers for Atlantic Canada.

Parking 

The parking lot entrances are located on University Avenue and South Park Street. Valet parking is also available on weekdays. 
Parking is paid at the exit/entrance booth. Payment is by cash, debit  or credit card. The following fees apply:

$3 per hour for the first two hours
$2.50 for the third hour
$2 for each additional hour
There is a maximum daily rate for $14.50
Discounted rates may also be available for outpatients with long-term treatment schedules. See your clinic's registration area for more information.  

Free Shuttle Service

Patients and families who are mobile and need transportation between the Victoria General (VG) and Halifax Infirmary (HI) sites are welcome to take the QEII shuttle. It  runs between sites Monday to Friday, every 20 minutes from 6:15 am to 4:10pm. 
Note: Unfortunately, the shuttle bus is not wheelchair accessible.

Wi-Fi and Internet Access

Patients and visitors have free access to wireless internet.

Food and Drink

VG site Scotia Room Restaurant and Coffee Shop Victoria Building, main floor Weekdays: 6:45 a.m. to 9 p.m. Weekends and holidays: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Spiritual Spaces and Quiet Rooms

Requests for spiritual care can be made by patients, family member and/or any member of the inter-disciplinary health care team.  

The chapel is located VG site › Victoria Building, main floor, room 2007

Bank Machines

There is a bank machine located in the lobby of the Dickson building and in the Scotia room Cafeteria of the VG Building.

About

The Dickson building is located at the Victoria General site of the QEII. It houses the cancer care program, the James and Edna Claydon radiation treatment centre and a number of outpatient clinics.

Places to Stay Nearby

If you are from outside the Halifax area and need a place to stay, there are not-for-profit lodgings located near the QEII site that specialize in accommodations for patients and families:

       The Lodge that Gives (The Cancer Lodge)
       5826 South St.
       902-420-1849
 

       Halifax Haven Guest Home
       5897 Inglis St.
       902-421-1650

       Point Pleasant Lodge
       1121 South Park St.
       902-421-1599

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