Below you will find forms specific to common presenting complaints. You may print and fill out these forms, and bring them to your appointment. This will facilitate gathering as much information as possible about your health and your priorities. (Click on the links below to download the documents)
i) Before your First visit:
- Urogynecology and Gynecology New Patient Questionnaire (to print and bring to your appointment)
- Urogynecology and Gynecology New Patient questionnaire (fillable online)
- Urinary Incontinence Questionnaire
- New Obstetrical Patient Questionnaire
- Obstetrical Care with Dr. Khalil
- Consent for electronic Communications (Please fill out if you wish to participate in telemedicine visits or electronic communications)
ii) Preparing for OTN (Ontario Telemedicine Network Visits):
iii) Preparing for Surgery:
iv) Recovering from Surgery:
- Prolapse Surgery Discharge instructions (English)
- Prolapse Surgery Discharge instructions (French)
- Tension-Free Vaginal Tape Procedure Discharge Instructions (English)
- Tension-Free Vaginal Tape Procedure Discharge Instructions (French)
v) Intravesical Botox Injection for Overactive Bladder:
vi) Preparing for Delivery: Update Re: COVID-19:
We are doing our utmost to maximize access for our patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes some in-person visits for obstetrical patients, as well as telephone and OTN (Ontario Telemedicine Network) visits.
It’s an unprecedented time and it adds to the anxiety that can come with new parenthood. Below are some resources that can help:
You can now perform your pre-registration to the hospital by phone. Detailed instructions are available here.
A virtual tour of the Ottawa Hospital Civic Birthing Unit arrival process is available here.
The Ottawa Hospital’s updated visitor policy is available here.
Our department has developed a virtual workshop entitled “Pregnant in a Pandemic” to review some of the unique challenges facing expectant mothers at this time. Information on these sessions is available here: Pregnancy in a Pandemic Flyer. If you are interested in registering, please consult: Registration tip sheet
The SOGC (Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada) has issued a position statement on Covid-19 vaccination in pregnancy and lactation available here.