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Lung Cancer Rapid Assessment & Management Program (LungRAMP)

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Lung Rapid Assessment and Management Program (LungRAMP) allows patients who are suspected of having lung cancer to obtain consultation and state-of-the-art diagnostic inves​​tigations through a streamlined process. Specialist consultations, tests and, often, a biopsy are typically required to establish a diagnosis. The care we provide you will include some or all of the steps below.


Within one to two business days of our office receiving a referral, you will be contacted by a thoracic surgeon’s or an interventional pulmonologist’s assistant to schedule a consultation and preliminary tests. Our nurse navigator will contact​ you one to two days later, to gather additional health information, provide support and answer your​ questions.​

Contact Us

Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm​
Phone: 416 340 5138
​Toll Free:​ 1 877 LUNG911 (5864-911)
Fax referrals to: 416 340 3353
Email: stanislav.slavutsky@uhn.ca​​

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​T​ypically within a week, you will be seen at the Thoracic Surgery Clinic at ​TGH or the Lung Clinic​ at Princess Margaret Hospital where a thoracic surgeon or an  interventional pulmonologist will conduct an examination, review available CT scan imaging and, in consultation with you​, will determine steps necessary to establish the diagnosis.​



Where to Go

Depending on physician, Lung RAMP patients are seen either at:

Thoracic Surgery Clinic
Toronto General Hospital​ | map icon Maps & Directions
Norman Urquhart Building - 10th Floor, ​Room 1000

Lung Clinic​
Princess Margaret | map iconMaps & Direc​tions
2n​d Floor (in the Lung, Skin and Sarcoma Clinic)


Once all the tests are complete, you will be seen again by a thoracic surgeon or an interventional ​pulmonologist to discuss results and decide on treatment or follow up as necessary.

Depending on the diagnosis, you may be referred to Princess Margaret Medical and/or Radiation Oncology, offered surgery or scheduled for a follow up visit. In some instances, no follow up is required.​


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