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Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

2nd Floor, Philip S. Orsino Hematology Centre

Map & Directions

There are 3 areas in the Orsino Hematology Centre:

  • Hematology North
  • Hematology West
  • Hematology South

We will see you in the area your doctor works in.​


Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Hematology Clinic Phone Line (out​​patients):

​To inquire about or chang​​e a​n appointment OR to speak to a clinic nurse regarding a medical concern.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm (closed on weekends and statutory holidays)
Phone: 416-946-​​2223​

On weekends and afte​r hours:

For medical concerns:

  • Call Princess Margaret Cancer Centre at 416 946 2000 and ask for the nursing supervisor on call, or
  • Call your family doctor’s office.

For emergencies:

  • Go to your local hospital emergency department or to the emergency department at Toronto General Hospital or Toronto Western Hospital. Note: Princess Margaret Cancer Centre does not have an emergency department.
  • Tell the emergency staff that your cancer is being treated at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.​​

What We Do

The Myeloma Clinic is dedicated to managing cancers of plasma cells found in the blood and bone marrow. At the Myeloma Clinic, cancer experts on your team work closely with you to ensure you get the best care possible.

How to Get Referred

You need a referral from your doctor to become a patient in the Myeloma Clinic. Your doctor will also need to provide any relevant clinical tests or diagnostic imaging results.

How Long Does a Referral Take?

The clinic will contact you with your appointment time within a month of receiving a referral.

Referral Information for Physicians

For referral instructions and forms, visit the Guide for Physicians Referring to the Myeloma Clinic.​​

What to Expect

​​Someone will call and provide you with a time for your first appointment at the Myeloma Clinic. Learn more about preparing for your first appointment in the Guide to Princess Margaret.

What to Bring
When You Arrive
Measuring Health Equity Questionnaire
How Long Will Your Appointment Be?
Where to Go for Blood Work
Before You Leave

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          The Team

          Treating and caring for people with cancer takes a well-coordinated team. Your team at the Myeloma Clinic includes world-class health care professionals working for you and with you. Your team includes doctors, nurses, social workers, dietitians, volunteers and many others dedicated to helping you and your family.



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          Last reviewed: 6/29/2017
          Last modified: 2/24/2023 6:52 AM