Evidence no longer supports routine use of ASA in low risk patients.
Monday, March 18, 2019
Monday, March 18, 2019
Sunday, March 03, 2019
Dr. Kujtan and support staff will be away during this time. Associate support and medical staff will be reviewing messages and results from ordered tests. Prescription renewal requests will be honoured for appropriate circumstances, otherwise assesment will be required. Phone messages will be reviewed. Urgent medical assistance will be available from our locum and associates on a very limited basis. Referrals and appointment requests will be dealt with and honoured on a case by case basis. Non urgent messages will be returned by our support staff after March 18. Appointments for Forms and letters requests will be scheduled in the April- May cycle as they usually involve extensive and long appointment times, and subsequent administrative time. Please ensure that you have all the details required for your requests. These can be summarized on paper and provided with your request. After hour clinics for urgent matters will continue to run as normal and up to date access will be posted on the website. Stay healthy.
Thursday, November 08, 2018
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
2017 Binette Award Winner.
On behalf of the DOCS ON ICE Provincial executive, we congratulate Dr. Pete Kujtan who has been a driving force behind the success of Docs on Ice for several decades. A tireless volunteer, leader, player and innovator, Dr. Kujtan has advanced the tournament and helped raise large sums for local charities all around the province. His dedication as a family physician is equally inspiring. He continued to help his patients during the initial phases of his recent cancer treatments. Docs on Ice would not exist today without the energy and enthusiasm of Dr. Peter Kujtan
Congratulations from the Provincial Executive Committee.
Thursday, September 07, 2017
I would like to reach out to all of my friends, family, colleagues and patients who have sent such warm wishes, prayers and good tidings. To be immersed in such a warm environment of spirituality and good thoughts has had a large influence on my recovery. Surgery was performed at the Toronto General in June, and post surgical complications developed resulting in a six week hospital stay and weight loss. To be clear, it is not a weight loss regimen that I endorse. LOL. A sense of humour has also helped. I have commenced follow up treatments, and am working hard to regain my health. One of the side effects is a very weak immune system, which precludes spending large amounts of time in infectious environments. Spending 10 days a month attending hospitals seems to be the extent of accepted risk. Plainly speaking, my oncologist would not be pleased, until the go ahead is given. Please, look after your health, stay off the sugar and think about planting a garden. Stop smoking, in case anyone misses me saying this over and over, there you have it. I think I am finally seeing the roses and truly enjoying the start of every new day. I am staying in touch with Dr.Patel and Julie and together we are getting a lot of things done.
Hope to see you soon and healthy!
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Wednesday, July 12, 2017
We apologize for any confusion that has arisen over the last few weeks. Dr. Kujtan developed health issues rather suddenly that required immediate attention and surgery. The road has been a difficult one with complications and its own ups and downs. Things are improving and he would like to thank everyone for their support, prayers and well wishes.
The office is open and attending to the health care needs of our patients, thanks to the collaberative efforts of colleagues and our fabulous health care team. We hope to improve and organize further interim measures. Dr.Remtulla and Dr.Patel are overseeing the emergency and daily aspects of the practice, during Dr.Kujtans recovery and reintegration.
A return to full time has not been set yet pending some further treatment and testing. Dr. Kujtan sends you his best wishes to stay healthy and positive.
Monday, March 27, 2017
Walk-in clinic. If you chose to use a regular walk-in clinic for an urgent matter and the doctor is not one of our associated after hour physicians, then please note. There has been an amazing increase in patients arriving at our office without proper transfer of care. If you are seen by another clinic, then you are essentially starting a new independent file that is NOT LINKED to your office file in any way. Faxing raw data and results WITHOUT a proper note or phone call from the attending physician is inappropriate and not in your best interest. Your care must be transferred in a professional manner, if you require follow up. Please ensure that the walk in clinic or care provider is aware of this essential step in order to receive good care. When you arrive with raw results, there is no way of your primary physician knowing wether the results you have are the complete ones ordered, and the interpretation of any results depends on the specific reasons the initial treating physician chose to order them. Observing this simple courtesy will enhance your health care and prevent a great deal of frustration.
Monday, March 27, 2017
If you have not yet recieved your date for a referral apointment, Please call the office. Most times patients should have some news within two weeks of the original request. Often times, clinics and specialists notify patients directly without our awareness.
Thursday, July 14, 2016
Please bare with us, as our phone system is upgraded in the next few weeks to a more secure platform. This may produce some difficulties in contact, but only on a temporary basis. You can also contact us throught the website.
Thursday, June 23, 2016
On behalf of our health Team, we wish you a safe summer. Wear your helmet, teach a child to swim,plant a garden, use your suntan lotion, avoid all pop and juice, seek shelter during any sign of lightening. It is a greeat way to stay healthy.