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You need a referral from your doctor to become a patient at the Non-Invasive Diagnostic Vascular Lab.
When making a referral, your doctor will include:
Usually the doctor who referred you to the Non-Invasive Diagnostic Vascular Lab will contact you with your appointment time. Call the doctor's office if you do not receive information about your appointment within a few weeks.
If your patient needs immediate, urgent care, please do the following: Page the Vascular Surgeon on call through locating at 416 340 3155.
You must make direct contact with the surgeon to complete an urgent referral.
Please note: All cases of critical ischemia (gangrene, ischemic ulceration, ischemic night and rest pain) referrals are considered urgent.
To complete the standard referral process, first download and complete the Non-Invasive Vascular Laboratory requisition form
The Surgeon's office will call you with information about the patient's first appointment.
Your office is responsible for providing the patient with the appointment information, including time and location, and important documents, test results and imaging that they must bring.
It is extremely important to ensure that your patient brings the following as these will be required at their first appointment.