About Foothills Medical Clinic
FOOTHILLS MEDICAL is located in Burke Mountain which is a young family single home community that is supposed to grow to a capacity of 90,000 homes
The Clinic operates seven days a week seeing walk-ins , and booked patients.
Parking is free and we are full EMR with Oscar, and integrating online bookings and Virtual health.
We are located in the foothills neighborhood at Meridian corner –where Meridian and David intersect,
The opening date was April 7, 2015 and we are accepting new patients, as well as walk-ins
Monday - Friday 8 am - 6 pm
Saturday. Sunday 9am-12.30 pm
Please note that if you wish to book a in office visit please contact us
We are also doing virtual health visits with Telehealth.
We are trying in every way possible to accommodate patients due to the COVID-19
Please note that our hours may vary due to Covid -19
Meet our Doctors
Dr. Darryl Ableman
My name is Darryl Ableman. I have practiced in the Tri-Cities and Burnaby over the past 25 years. I am a graduate of the University of Witwatersrand ,Johannesburg ,South Africa. After graduation in 1984 I immigrated to Canada. To date I have performed over 4200 deliveries. I have operated a clinic called Able Care Medical Clinic that I opened in 1993 Able Care Medical Clinic . It has grown into a large seven doctor practice. I continue to serve the community at this clinic and I work six days a week. I also deliver approximately 150 babies each year at Royal Columbian Hospital. These past couple years has shown some exciting changes with the introduction of electronic medical records to our clinic. Even more exciting in the last couple weeks is the ability to begin online bookings, rather than waiting on telephone hold . What is most exciting is my new project in setting up a new clinic in Burke Mountain. Foothills Medical Clinic is set to open on April 7, 2015 and operate 7 days a week We will accept new patients and hope to see walk-in patients as well
Dr. Bogdan Dascalu
Dr. Bogdan Dascalu completed his medical training through the University of British Columbia, and his residency training in Family and Community Medicine through Women’s College Hospital and the University of Toronto. His combined training has served to provide expertise in various areas of family medicine, such as general family medicine, pediatric care, maternity care, women’s health, sexual health, sports medicine, and chronic disease management.
Since graduation, Dr. Dascalu has been practising a combination of walk-in medicine, family medicine and hospitalist work. At this time he has made his home at Foothills Medical Clinic, and is excited to start providing long term care to the community through his practice. His Romanian background and Canadian training have equipped him with the ability to provide a patient-centered approach in both languages, guided by cultural values, patient preference and evidence based medical knowledge.
Dr. Natalia Konovalova
I was born and raised in Kyrgyz Republic, where I acquired my medical degree. Upon completion of my residency in Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases, I joined a twenty-doctor out-patient clinic and worked in close collaboration with family practitioners.
It was a new and exciting era for Kyrgyzstan’s medicine healthcare system when family physicians became the front-line care providers; this experience improved my understanding of Family medicine.
When my family and I immigrated to Canada I decided to go through the examination for Certification of The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada to become a family doctor although many people tried to discourage me and recommended to find another carreer.
After taking all of the required exams I was accepted to the Family Medicine Residency at the UBC/St. Paul Hospital, which I graduated in 2013.
My passion is a preventive medicine with an ultimate goal to develop a healthy life style everyone involved to encourage mutually rewarding, long-lasting relationships.
I believe my medical background, and enthusiasm will make an excellent avenue for me to contribute to the development of Foothills Medical Clinic which will feel like a second home to many.
Dr. Kiet Do
Dr. Kiet Do is a Family Physician in Coquitlam, BC. She grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba and now resides in BC with her husband and two children. She completed her Medical Degree and Family Residency training at the University of Manitoba where she served as Co-Chief Resident. She was a clinical instructor in the Department of Family at the University of Manitoba teaching both medical students and residents from 2012-2016. Currently, she provides full scope primary care, intrauterine device insertions and minor surgical procedures at her Coquitlam offices. She is a clinical instructor at UBC’s Department of Family Medicine providing mentorship to first year medical students. She enjoys the diversity and complexity that Family Medicine provides on a daily basis.
Dr. Jag Heer
Dr.Jag Heer recently joined our team after moving back from Australia. He has worked in various medical specialties including general practice, emergency medicine, trauma and retrieval medicine, sports medicine and rehabilitation. Dr.Jag Heer has also worked in several rural and major centres throughout Australia and USA. He enjoys spending time with his family and living a healthy, active lifestyle.
Dr. Alison Quan
Dr. Alyson Quan completed her medical training at the University of British Columbia, followed by a residency program in Family Medicine at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON. The focus of her training was on rural practice, providing her with strong skills, not only in family medicine, but also in Obstetrics, Emergency Medicine, and Pediatrics. After graduation, she applied her broad range of skills to work in several underserviced communities, including rural Newfoundland and Iqaluit, Nunavut. She then returned to BC, worked in a variety of locum settings and most recently had a family practice in Point Grey from 2014 – 2018. For the past several years she has subspecialized in Palliative Care, working at the hospice in Mission, BC, and most recently at the hospice in Maple Ridge, while continuing to practice family medicine in a walk-in clinic setting at Foothills Clinic. She is a clinical instructor for UBC’s Faculty of Medicine providing mentorship to family medicine residents in the field of Palliative Care. Her philosophy of care is one of patient centred care, and promotes open communication and working together with her patients to form a collaborative care plan.