**** View our New Research ****
We are excited to share with you our research study on "The quality of screening colonoscopies in an office-based endoscopy clinic" - the first-ever, peer-reviewed outpatient colonoscopy study done in Canada. (Printed in the January 2009 edition
of the Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology).
Click Here to View Research @ The OEC


Contact Us*

***We Have Moved, Our New Location is
2125 Wyecroft Rd Suite 5
Oakville, Ont, Canada L6L 5L7

Tel - 905.842.3666
Fax - 905.842.3330
Web - www.theoec.ca
Email - oec@theoec.ca

**Please note, if you are having an office consultation or a hospital procedure, please call the Specialist’s office directly:

Dr. Naveen Arya (905) 849-0688
Dr. Douglas Bair (905) 338-0626
Dr. Joe Pham     (905) 849-7426
Dr. Ronen Behar (905) 827-4304
Dr. Trevor Seaton (905) 465-9229
Dr. Stefanos Voglis 905-827-0058

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Click Here for English prepsheet -PDF

The Oakville Endoscopy Centre makes a colonoscopy, (the gold standard for detecting colon cancer), available to individuals within 6 months. Colon cancer is the second most common cause of cancer deaths in North America, and Ontario has one of the highest colon cancer rates in the world. In fact one in 17 Ontarians will get colon cancer if he or she is not monitored.

Timely monitoring for colon cancer in Ontario is made more difficult because of the long lead times required to obtain a colonoscopy at hospitals. The average wait time for an assessment and colonoscopy at the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, for example, is more than a year.

Since early detection is a prime determinant of whether colon cancer will be cured, timely access to colon cancer screening is VERY IMPORTANT. The Oakville Endoscopy Centre is a very vital part of the network of colon cancer detection services available in the region.

Its services and equipment are at least as advanced as any available in the region. They are provided and overseen by highly trained physicians with full access to hospital facilities when patients require more complicated procedures.