VCH staff have access to exclusive discounts and offers from a wide range of community business partners on things like food, transportation, recreation, wellness and more.
Please note: VCH is not responsible for individual experiences in regards to discounts or vendors. Please direct any questions or concerns to the vendors themselves.
If you know a business that is willing to extend special pricing to VCH staff, please direct them to VCH.ca/employeediscounts.
If you have any questions, suggestions or notice an expired offer, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit one of the following pages to explore all the discounts (food, services, technology, lodging, travel and more) applicable to you with your VCH photo ID:
Marketplace and Classifieds
VCH is partnered with the Endless Savings & More program. There are hundreds of discounts available to VCH. To view the latest discounts and search at the palm of your hands, download the ESM mobile app and use the Organization Code of VCH.
We recognize the hard work and long hours all of you are contributing to our fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. During this challenging time, we are looking at all the ways we can help support you.
As you arrive and leave for your shifts at our hospital sites, we do not want you to worry about paying for parking. That is why we are so pleased to announce, in partnership with the Ministry of Health, that parking will be free for all health-care workers at specific sites.
Effective April 1, 2020 to March 3, 2022:
Free parking on hospital-owned and operated lots
Staff should not park in Reserved for Physician stalls.
Free parking at designated Impark lots near health-care facilities (privately operated lots and UBC campus lots are not included with the exception of parking at Diamond Centre).
The list of parking lots is available online
Q&A: Temporary free parking for VCH staff, medical staff and visitors
Free parking at provincial health-care facilities will continue for patients receiving dialysis treatment or undergoing cancer treatment in acute-care programs, and for parents or caregivers of children staying in the hospital overnight. Volunteers will still be able to park for free, and financial hardship provisions will continue to be managed on a case-by-case basis by health authorities.
Health authorities will continue using methods that were already in place to allow free parking such as dash passes, e-coupons or reimbursement.
Additional information and updates are on the oneVCH Parking & Transportation page under the Driving Section.