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Following up with all your doctors is important after your operation. Before you leave the hospital, we will tell you when to see your surgeon for a follow-up appointment. If you don't have an appointment for a follow-up before you leave the hospital, call your surgeon's office the first week you are home.
Your surgeon will send a letter to your family doctor about your operation. Your family doctor will provide on-going medical care once you leave the hospital. See your family doctor for any problems or questions about your medicines, prescriptions, managing your pain, sleeping, appetite or constipation.
WhenAbout 4 to 6 weeks after your operation.
WhereYour surgeon’s office and the
Medical Imaging Department
What to Expect This appointment will let your doctor see how you are feeling. It is important for measuring your progress. On the day of your follow-up appointment, go to the x-ray department first to have a chest x-ray.
What to Bring Remember to bring your health card (OHIP) to your follow-up visit.
To make or change appointments, call your surgeon's office.
Dr. M. CypelPhone: 416 340 5156
Dr. G. Darling
Phone: 416 340 3121
Dr. M. de Perrot
Phone: 416 340 5549
Dr. L. DonahoePhone:416 340 4800 ext. 6529
Dr. S. Keshavjee Phone: 416 340 4010
Dr. A. Pierre
Phone: 416 340 5354
Dr. T. Waddell
Phone: 416 340 3432
Dr. K. Yasufuku
Phone: 416 340 4290
Dr. J. YeungPhone: 416 340 4800 ext. 6529