​As the largest comprehensive gynecologic cancer centre in Canada, Princess Margaret’s Gynecologic Site Group sees more than 17,000 patient visits by women with, or at risk for, cervical, tubal, ovarian, uterine, vaginal and vulvar cancer every year.

We offer cutting-edge programs in screening, diagnosis, assessment, treatment planning and delivery, as well as follow-up care, patient education and survivorship support, to ensure that patients have access to the best care. Our internationally recognized, inter-professional team of medical, radiation and surgical oncologists works in collaboration with specialized oncology nurses, imaging specialists, psychiatrists, social workers, dietitians and other allied health professionals to offer patient-centred care that treats the whole person, not just the disease.

Our clinical programs include the Familial Breast and Ovarian Cancer Clinic and the Survivorship Program, which includes side effect management clinics, among many other patient education and support programs.

Through the Gynecologic Oncology Site Group, patients may have access to innovation and clinical trials. Find out more about our clinical research »

As a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto, we are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of clinical care research and improving the quality of life for people with cancer through research and education.

 

Referrals

Standard, urgent, second opinion, and clinical trial referrals can be offered in a timely fashion for all patients with gynecological cancers. Find out how to refer a patient »

 

Collaborative Partners

Our staff members are active participants in local, national, and international collaborative partnerships, often in leadership roles. Our recent collaborators include:


Clinical Practice Guidelines

Princess Margaret Cancer Centre clinical practice guidelines are developed by multidisciplinary teams and are reflective of current evidence-based practice. These clinical practice guidelines provide information to referring institutions, regional and global partners, and assist in decision-making processes of individuals comprising multidisciplinary care teams.


Last reviewed: 2/6/2018
Last modified: 1/3/2019 10:55 AM