Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Parking Construction Summer 2012 to serve you better will be in process at the Medical Complex.  The upper deck need updating, and it is planned to be done in phases.  Most of the major work will take place on Fridays to Sundays weather permitting. During this time there may be some office cancellations and restricted parking.  There will be overflow parking available on Credit Valley Road and in the underground.  We thank you for your patience as this work is badly needed.

DOCS ON ICE 2012 support Concussion Research

Monday, April 09, 2012

Over 800 doctors converged on Peterborough Ontario March 29 to 31st 2012 to Play their annual tournament. Over $200,000.00 dollars was raised to support Concussion Research.  Head Concussions in sport is a hidden problem that can be permanently disabling. Dr. Rick Binette was chairman of this years effort.  Johnny Bower, Ken Dryden and Rick Larimer were on hand to lend support.









Maple Leafs great Johnny Bower in town for Docs on Ice tourney

By CLIFFORD SKARSTEDT Examiner Visual Journalist

Posted 9 days ago

Legendary NHL Hall of Fame goalie Johnny Bower, 87, was in Peterborough on Friday forthe 30th Docs on Ice hockey tournament banquet at the Memorial Centre in Peterborough.

Bower played with the Toronto Maple Leafs from 1958 to 1970.

Bower has supported the Docs On Ice event over the past 15 years.

In 1963 he and fellow goaltender Terry Sawchuk attended a Leafs training camp under general manager and coach Punch Imlach at the Memorial Centre.

The event, continuing over the weekend, has attracted 756 physicians from across Ontario and hopes to raise $150,000 for the local Youth Sports Concussion Program


Docs on Ice Support Alzheimers

Monday, January 30, 2012

Docs on Ice


Docs on Ice. From left, Dr. Rob Mascarin, Dr. Pete Kujtan, retired NHL referee and NHL Hall of Famer Andy Van Hellemond, Mayor of Oakville Rob Burton dropping the puck, Dr. Len DeBolster and Chair of Docs on Ice organizing committee Dr. David Palmer. Karen Newman / Oakville Beaver

As part of its Physician Recruitment program, Halton Region hosted the annual Docs on Ice tournament at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex.   Docs on Ice is a provincial  organization comprised exclusively of hockey playing Doctors who descend on different locality every year to raise charity funds.   Much of  fundraising is done on a personal basis.   They are often supported by media personnel and NHL hockey players.

With the help of local volunteers, the tournament raises funds through a combination of registration fees, sponsorship, donations and special events.

Funds raised through Docs on Ice Oakville 2011 will support the Alzheimer Society of Hamilton/Halton and will be used to expand the Alzheimer Society Oakville resource centre. This year over $150,000.00 was raised for Alzheimers due to efforts of Docs on Ice.


Flushots 2011- Available

Monday, September 19, 2011

Flushot Clinic. Fri Oct28 Nov 4 & Sat Nov 5, 2011.     On friday oct 28th & nov 4th, 10 to 11:30 there will be a walk-in, no appointment necessary clinic for flu shots.  and also on Sat Nov5, 2011 from 9:30 to 12 noon. Walk in only.  No appointments necessary.  

2011 Summer Construction

Monday, May 09, 2011

 Summer 2011. Parking.  During the construction to the building the City of Mississauga is allowing 3 hours of free parking on the east side of Credit Valley Road. Please note that this is a temporary measure which concludes on August 20th.

Important Preventative Care Screenig Information

Monday, April 18, 2011

As part of the Ministry of Health Preventive Care Initiative, if you have not received the following screenings within the past two years (or year in the case of a flu shot), please consider this as your first reminder to contact us.

• Mammography Screening – no office appointment needed
• Pap Test- appointment required
• Colorectal Screening- drop in to obtain kit.
• Childhood Immunization- performed with baby visits
• Influenza Shot (available end of October/early November)

Mammogram – High risk group (women between the ages of 50 and 70 inclusive)
In Canada, breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women affecting 1 in 9 Canadians. As women get older, the chance of getting breast cancer rises. Mammograms can help to find small breast cancers before there are signs and symptoms. If breast cancer is found at an early stage there is a high rate of successful treatment. As well, for many women, finding cancer early may allow for more treatment options, such as breast conserving surgery or less aggressive treatment.

A mammogram is a low dose X-ray that produces an image of the inner breast tissue on film. This technique, called mammography, is used to visualize normal and abnormal structures within the breasts.

Face-off to the Playoffs

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Come out and join us for a night of fun.

The Hockey Hall of Fame Brockfield Place, 30 Yonge St. Toronto

April 14th, 2011 7 pm to 10pm


Sunday, March 13, 2011

Along with 24 colleagues we provide all inclusive care to over 50,000 patients in the Peel-Halton area. Urgent care and advice is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We staff urgent care clinics and have knowledgable nurses staffing the after-hour hot lines.

This site is not intended to provide medical advice and does not substitute for seeing your physician. It is governed by the rules and by-laws of various federal and provincial authorities. As it stands, internet communication is not considered secure or confidential.

As this changes, the website will be updated to provide expanded services.

Medical Students and Trainees

Thursday, March 10, 2011

At times, you may encounter a medical student, resident or assistant. We have been teaching in our practice for 20 years. We feel that this allows for more direct time with a care-giver, and does result in thorough evaluation of problems.

All trainees are directly supervised, and all cases are discussed usually at length, and after your visit has ended or when results are available. We feel that this may enhance care-giving.

Your Personal Information

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Your personal information and medical problems are kept confidential. Please remember that the age of medical consent is 16 in Ontario. Files of children under 16 are kept with their parents. All 18 year olds have their own medical record charts. It is often a tricky situation as to how to convey information between family members.

What is important is to keep your ADDRESS and PHONE NUMBER updated in our system. Situations arise where we cannot contact you because of out-dated information.

This is vital.