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 Surgical Oncology – Juravinski E4/F4


Clinical Manager(s):
Karen Robinson      


Clinical Leader: Len Potts 

Phone Number (E4)
– 905-521-2100   ext: 76094
Fax Number (E4)– 905 521-2335

Phone Number (F4): 905-521-2100  ext:43498
Fax Number (F4):  (905) 389-1836


Address and Location:  

Juravinski Hospital

711 Concession St.
Hamilton, Ontario
L8V 1C3                                 
Section E/F, Level 4                             


Services Provided:

Wards E4 and F4 are active inpatient units providing integrated clinical, research and education services for adults with surgical or surgical oncology needs.  The wards are comprised of diverse services including surgical, medical and palliative care.  Patients are often admitted for management of complex issues such as surgical emergencies and symptom control. Both wards support the needs of general surgery patients, hepatobiliary, gyne-oncology, urology, colo-rectal, and plastic surgery procedures.  

At the Juravinski Hospital there is an Enterostomal Therapy Team that provides skin/wound/ostomy services to inpatients as well as ambulatory clinic patients.

Visiting Hours:

12-8pm (these hours are flexible based on individual patient requirements).  Please ensure up to a maximum of 2 visitors at one time.  If you are not feeling well, please do not visit.

Email your compliments or complaints to Public Relations  – publicrelations@hhsc.ca


How to Find the Clinic:
    

Juravinski Hospital
– Upon entering through the main entrance, immediately turn left. Walk until first hallway on the right side. Proceed to enter the elevator and press “4”. When exiting, F4 and E4 are on your right and left.

 

 

Hamilton Health Sciences • Hamilton, Ontario • 905.521.2100

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