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Visit our patient education centre (the PEARL) and learn more about your disease, treatment, how to find support and how to manage symptoms.

Become a Patient and Family Advisor

Learn more about this opportunity to share your ideas to help improve the patient experience and delivery of care at the Odette Cancer Centre.

Care groups and clinics

* Some clinics are shared with other cancer care groups and programs.

Treatment and support

Important phone numbers

Main hospital line416-480-6100

Main lineCancer Centre
Appointment information
Odette pharmacy
Canadian Cancer Society
Security (Lost and Found)

Patient education (PEARL)
416 480 4534
Educational resources
Information classes
Links to cancer resources

Patient and family support
416 480 4623
Drug reimbursement
Social work
Psychology and psychiatry

Health data resources
416 480 4638
Letters for work
Forms for my insurance
Information from my medical charts

Locations & Maps

We are located on the south east side of
Odette Cancer Centre

Odette Cancer Centre

First Floor Odette Cancer Centre

First Floor – Odette Cancer Centre

Ground Floor Odette Cancer Centre

Ground Floor – Odette Cancer Centre

Basement Floor Odette Cancer Centre

Basement Floor – Odette Cancer Centre

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About our program

We are committed to improving quality of life and strive to provide you or your loved one with the best opportunity for cure, optimal, evidence-based and tailored treatment plan.

We are a highly specialized comprehensive cancer program, ranked sixth in North America among a select group of world-class institutions who are:
  • Research intensive
  • Provide the full spectrum of patient care
  • Engage in education and community outreach

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