Central Okanagan Division of Family Practice

Vintage View Medical


Our clinic is a full service family practice that offers comprehensive primary medical care, HIV care and PrEP, immunizations and travel advice

Dr. Richard Blakemore
Dr. Florin Covaser
Dr. Suzanne Gossier
Dr. Marcel Lavanchy
Dr. Larisa Sava



Address: 107 - 3500 Carrington Road, Westbank, B.C. V4T 3C1
Phone: 250 452-6742
Fax: 250 452-9328
Email: N/A

Virtual Care Directory for patients who might be seeking virtual care:
            Virtual Consent form: N/A

Cancel Appointments: N/A

The clinic doors and phone lines are open 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday. Some doctors may schedule appointments outside these times.

Appointments at our clinic are for registered patients only. NEW patients please call to register, you will be asked to provide or update your demographic information.

Online booking is now available! – please use this link to register to access

Services not covered by MSP. Many services are NOT covered by MSP and will be charged to the patient directly and can be paid in cash or cheque at the front desk as follows:

Travel Clinic:

  • 1 person = $50/person
  • 2 people = $45/person
  • 3 people = $40/person 
  • 4+ people = $35/person


We also provide other non-travel related vaccinations such as Pneumovax 23, Prevnar 20, Shingles Vaccine, Tetanus Booster as well as Influenza vaccine seasonally.

Please call to book your appointment, inquire about vaccine costs and bring your previous immunization records to your appointment.


Prescription refills

Please not our clinic does not refill prescription over the phone or fax. This service can be only provided under certain circumstances. Please book an appointment if you need medications refill.

Controlled medications – e.g. opioids, benzodiazepines

Prescription of controlled medications including opioids (codeine, oxycodone, oxycontin, hydromorphone etc.), benzodiazepines (lorazepam, clonazepam etc.) and sleeping medications (zopiclone etc.) are under regulation by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia (CPSBC).  Refills for these medications require  a reassessment of your pain and function on a regular basis (unless these medications are prescribed in the context of palliative care or cancer management).

Missed and cancelled appointments and late arrivals

As a courtesy we do not charge for cancelled appointments. However, we would appreciate if you could call and let our staff know if you know that you are unable to make an appointment, even if it is the day of the appointment, so that another patient who may need to be seen can be fit into that appointment slot.

We understand that circumstances can arise causing late arrivals and do our best to accommodate. However, if you are more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, you may be asked to wait or re-schedule your appointment. We would appreciate if you phone and let our staff know that you are running late. 

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