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 Women’s Clinics

We provide care for women experiencing medical concerns of the urinary and reproductive systems and are located at the Trillium Health Partners - Credit Valley Hospital site and Queensway Health Centre site.

The clinics available by care provider referral are:
Colposcopy Clinic - Credit Valley Hospital site
Early Pregnancy Clinic - Credit Valley Hospital site
First Trimester Clinic - Queensway Health Centre Site

Colposcopy Clinic

Colposcopy is an examination of the vagina, vulva, and cervix using a specialized microscope called a colposcope. The most common reason for being sent to the Colposcopy Clinic is for an abnormal Pap smear. Treatments include loop excision, cryotherapy, excision and chemical treatments. Our physicians will discuss these options with you as needed. A referral is needed from a health care provider for you to be seen in the clinic.

We are located on the 1st floor of Credit Valley Hospital site (near 1B patient unit)

Phone: (905) 813-3862
Fax: (905) 813-4475

The phones are answered Monday through Friday between 0800 and 1600.

Early Pregnancy Clinic and First Trimester Clinic

Our clinic is designed for women who are under 13 weeks’ gestation and are experiencing complications of pregnancy. We provide assessment for conditions such as vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain or cramping.

Our clinic helps women through these early pregnancy complications. Our role is to assess and identify each patient’s needs, provide emotional support and discuss best treatment options. If the nurse needs to review or discuss any concerns, a physician is always available.

Based on the diagnosis, all options are provided and discussed. These may include surgery, medicine, or just waiting for 1 to 2 weeks. Each patient is followed until pregnancy complications are resolved and then encouraged to follow up with her own family doctor.  

Women experiencing early pregnancy complications are referred via the Emergency Department, their family doctor or midwife. A recent ultrasound, a blood group and screen and BetaHCG hormone level are also helpful.

(905) 813-4338

(416) 521-4099