I am one of two OB/GYN who care for patients in Centre and North Wellington. I am based in Fergus and travel weekly to Palmerston. Please click on the appropriate question below that relates to you. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Fergus office.
The first place to take your medical concerns is your family doctor. If your family doctor can not address the concern then she or he can fax a letter to me requesting that I see you. The fax number is 519-787-7421. My office will let you, and your family doctor, know when your appointment is.
If you don’t feel comfortable discussing your concerns with your family doctor you should still ask your doctor to refer you. Just let your doctor know you wish to see me and that you don’t feel comfortable discussing why.
If you don’t have a family doctor, you can contact my office directly and request an appointment. The phone number is 519-787-7418.
If you are younger than 20 years old, you don’t need a referral to see me. This policy is an attempt to make my office adolescent friendly. You can discuss anything with me and when you call you don’t have to tell the office why you want to see me. Just call 519-787-7418.
If your concerns are the same as when you saw me last you can phone to book a follow-up appointment. If you saw me in Fergus call the office at 519-787-7418. If you saw me in Palmerston call the hospital at 519-343-2030 ext 0.
If you have a new concern you should see your family doctor. She or he may send you to see me again.
I can take care of you through pregnancy. Visit your family doctor so she or he can fax a letter to me requesting that I see you. The fax number is 519-787-7421. My office will let you, and your family doctor, know when your first appointment is. Your family doctor may need to continue taking care of the pregnancy for a few weeks while you wait to see me.
If you do not have a family doctor, or are younger than 20 years old, you can contact my office directly and request an appointment. The phone number is 519-787-7418.
You should know that I practice obstetrics as part of a group. The group consists of myself, another OB/GYN, a family doctor who also performs cesarean sections, and several family doctors who deliver babies. We take turns being on call to deliver babies. So even if I take care of you through pregnancy I may not be the doctor who delivers your baby.
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