Space, Facilities, and Other Resources




We maintain a reservation schedule for many of the seminar and meeting rooms in Detwiller Pavilion at UBC Hospital (UBC Vancouver Campus).

Please contact Danielle Hull (604-822-7314) to check availability of rooms and to make a booking.



Academic space in other buildings and at other Faculty of Medicine sites can be reserved HERE.



UBC Psychiatry IT has a loan-out pool of data (PowerPoint) projectors, notebook computers, projection screens, flip charts and other AV equipment. Please submit your requests to (or call 604-822-7314 in the event you don’t have access to e-mail). Bookings are only processed once per work day, so please book at least 24 hours in advance.

Psychiatry IT staff will deliver and support the AV equipment, within Detwiller Pavilion. Users must arrange their own delivery, technical support and return, of equipment, from other buildings. Technical support from Psychiatry IT staff may be limited, for equipment used in other buildings.


Organizations external to the Department may be charged for room and A/V rental . Bookings, changes or cancellations, made less than 48 hours (weekends and holidays excluded) in advance of the first event, will be charged a 50% penalty, in addition to any applicable regular charges. “No-shows” will always be charged at full rental rates.

Please visit the Psychiatry IT Audio-Visual page for detailed information.


For any plant services/maintenance inquiries for the following sites, please contact:
Finance & Admin Assistant: Danielle Hull 604-822-7314

For any plant services/maintenance requests, issues or concerns for the following sites,  please contact:
Director of Administration: Vicky Yau 604-822-7313

  • Detwiller/Koerner/Purdy (UBC Vancouver Campus)
  • David Strangway Building (UBC Vancouver Campus)
  • Gordon and Leslie Diamond Health Care Centre (VGH)

The UBC Department of Psychiatry provides leadership and training to ensure a high standard of medical care throughout the health-care system.

As we are an academic department, we are not able to answer your individual clinical questions, and will not be able to connect you with a physician. If you have clinical questions, we recommend you contact your family physician, a local clinic near you, or if you are in urgent crisis, please visit the nearest Urgent Care Unit or call 9-1-1.

This list of resources is not comprehensive, but may be helpful in assisting patients and families with locating services: