Visiting the Endocrinology Clinics

Our Obstetric clinics, as well as those for Dr. Donat are located on the 3rd Generator building located at 700 University. Dr. Feig’s clinic is located on the 4th floor at 60 Murray St. Mount Sinai Hospital is a teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto.

Each Obstetric clinic has a primary nurse, whom you will meet at the time of your initial consultation, and who will be the key person to contact when questions or concerns arise between clinic visits, or when tests results are available. The Endocrine clinics have the support of nurses and diabetic educators whose expertise is invaluable. You will also likely be seen by a fellow or resident physician. Residents are physicians who are undergoing specialty training and fellows are fully trained obstetricians or internists, who have elected to seek further experience particular to the type of care you may require during the course of your pregnancy. These physicians are always supervised by the staff Hematologist and Obstetrician responsible for the clinic.

In order to provide you with a comprehensive assessment of your medical condition and its effect on your health, as well as the well-being of your baby, several appointments will be planned for you during a particular day. These may include:

1) A visit with the Endocrinologist

2) A visit with the Obstetrician

3) An ultrasound for your baby

4) Blood work or other investigations for you

As you may imagine, co-ordination of these various components of your visit will take time to complete, but in turn you will be provided with a complete assessment and immediate interpretation of many of the ordered investigations. Please plan for a lengthy visit. We would also like to ask for your patience when delays are experienced. Please remember that these are clinics dedicated to patients with complex medical conditions and when complications arise, they necessitate that a greater amount is spent with the affected person, thus delaying others. We hope that your pregnancy progresses smoothly, but please be assured that should you experience a set-back, that same time will be devoted to you and your baby.

The physicians in the Endocrine/Obsetric Clinic also engage in research to optimize the care of pregnant patients with Endocrine conditions. You may be approached for 1 or more research initiatives aimed to advance the knowledge and care of pregnant patients with conditions such as the one that affects your life.

Special Pregnancy Program

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Fetal Medicine: 416-586-4800 x 7756
Fax: 416-586-3216

Maternal Medicine: 416-586-4800 x 7000
Fax: 416-586-5109

Main clinic hours: Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm

Prenatal Diagnosis & Medical Genetics

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phone: 416-586-4800 x 4523
fax numbers:
416-586-4723 or 416-586-8384

Perinatal Mental Health

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Phone: 416-586-4800 x 8325
Fax: 416-586-8596