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Who do I call if I experience complications? 

Call 911 or go to the hospital emergency department if you have an emergency such as:

  • Numbness in your arms, feet or legs, or they become cold or painful, or you have trouble moving them.
  • New pain in your groin, back, chest or abdomen.
  • Severe pain or swelling at your incisions site.
  • New shortness of breath.
  • Feeling dizzy or faint.​
  • You lose control of your bladder or bowels.
  • ​You are no longer able to pass urine.
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Visit your family doctor or go to a walk in clinic as soon as possible if you experience:

  • Leg swelling that doesn’t go away.
  • New mild pain, redness or swelling around your incisions.
  • Drainage or leaking from your incision that is increasing or smells bad.
  • New lump around your incision site.
  • Diarrhea (loose stools).
  • Not passing any gas or feeling constipated for more than a few days.
  • ​Vomiting (throwing up) and not able to eat or drink.
  • Chills and a fever above 38.5 °C (100.4 °F) for at least 24 hours.


To make or change appointments, call your surgeon's office.

Dr. Thomas Lindsay
Phone: 416 340 4620

Dr. George Oreopoulos
Phone: 416 340 3275

Dr. Graham Roche-Nagle
Phone: 416 340 5332

Dr. Barry Rubin
Phone: 416 340 3645

Dr. Thomas Forbes ​
Phone: 416 340 3274

Dr. Kathryn Howe
Phone: 416 340 5193

Who do I call with general post-operative questions?

If you have health related concerns while you are recovering at home, please contact your surgeon's office or:

Vascular Clinic Nurse: Cindy Dickson
Phone: 416 340 3857

Vascular Nurse Coordinator: Ewa Binkowski
Phone: 416 340 4800 ext. 5202​