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Cancer Services

COVID-19 Pandemic Update: As part of our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Queensway Health Centre out-patient cancer care has been temporarily moved to the Credit Valley Hospital site.
This move will help improve our patients’ care experience and create additional capacity during this time. Patients will continue to receive safe, compassionate, high quality care as we remain fully committed to protecting patients, our people and the community we serve.

On August 17, the Ontario Government announced that the province will begin offering third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to select vulnerable populations, including:

  • Transplant recipients (including solid organ transplant and hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients);
  • Patients with hematological cancers (examples include lymphoma, myeloma, leukemia) receiving chemotherapy, targeted therapy, or immunotherapy for malignant hematologic disorders;
  • Recipients of an anti-CD20 agent (e.g. rituximab, ocrelizumab, ofatumumab);
  • Residents of high-risk congregate settings including long-term care homes, higher-risk licensed retirement homes and First Nations elder care lodges.

We will update you shortly on our plan to identify eligible THP patients, who will then be contacted directly by their health care provider to determine eligibility, timing and the location of their third dose. At this time, Mississauga Hospital’s vaccination clinic will not be administering third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. This implementation will take some time and we appreciate your patience.

Welcome to Trillium Health Partners’ Cancer Program. We are here to provide you or your loved one with safe, compassionate, high quality cancer care across three hospital sites:

  • Credit Valley Hospital – including The Carlo Fidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre
  • Queensway Health Centre
  • Mississauga Hospital

Opened in 2005, The Carlo Fidani Regional Cancer Centre is one of 13 regional cancer centres in Ontario. We offer our services to people living in the Mississauga-Halton and Central West region, including Brampton, Oakville, Mississauga, Malton, Caledon, Etobicoke, West Woodbridge, Halton Hills, Dufferin and Bolton.
Our services include:

  • Cancer screening
  • Diagnostic Assessment Clinics
  • Systemic (drug-based) therapy
  • Radiation therapy and Brachytherapy
  • Surgery
  • Clinical Trials
  • Palliative care
  • Nutrition support
  • Drug coverage support
  • Supports for your mental, emotional, spiritual well being

We are here to support you throughout your cancer journey.

Patient and Caregiver Handbook

open Patient and Caregiver Handoob (pdf file) We made this handbook for you with feedback from our patient and family advisors, staff and volunteers. It has key information to help you throughout your cancer journey. Please look through it often.

This handbook has information about:

  • What to bring to your appointments
  • Who is part of your healthcare team
  • Important phone numbers
  • Different types of treatment
  • Other services provided by the Oncology Program


How can I contact my healthcare team?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Credit Valley Oncology team and the Queensway Oncology team are both working out of Credit Valley Hospital. Even though we are working in the same place, the phone numbers for each team are different. If you are not sure which numbers to use, please ask your nurse or cancer doctor which team they belong to.

Credit Valley Oncology Team:

You can use the numbers below to call us between 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday.


Phone Number

General Inquiries:
Please use this number if you are not a patient, and you have general questions.

905-813-1100 ext. 4439

Radiation Reception Desk
Please use this number if you would like to confirm or make changes to your Radiation Treatment appointments.

905-813-1100 ext. 4411

Rebooking Clerk:
Please use this number to re-book a clinic appointment with your Oncologist (cancer doctor).

905-813-1100 ext. 5159

Social Workers, Dietitians:
Please use this number to book or change an appointment with a Social Worker or Dietitian.

905-813-1100 ext. 4862

Medication Access Specialist:
Please use this number if you want to connect with a Medication Access Specialist.

905-813-1100 ext. 5059

Inpatient Oncology Team:

You or your loved one may need to stay in the hospital on our Inpatient Oncology unit for treatment and care.

We provide inpatient care on Level 0A at Credit Valley Hospital. You can use the Flower elevators to reach Level 0A. See pdf map of Credit Valley Hospital.

Click on the link to get important information about visiting Level 0A: Update to THP’s Visitor Policy
For more information about the 0A Inpatient Unit, please call:
Laurie Van Dorn
Patient Care Manager, Inpatient Oncology & Palliative Care
905-813-1100 ext. 5778

Queensway Oncology Team:

You can use the numbers below to call us between 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday.


Phone Number

Main Number:
Please use this number if you have any questions. Choose the right menu option for you.


Rebooking Clerk:
Please use this number to re-book your appointments.


Social Worker:
Please use this number to book or change an appointment with the Social Worker.

905-813-1100 ext. 4862

Please use this number to book or change an appointment with the Dietitian.

905-813-1100 ext.4862

Medication Access Specialist:
Please call this number if you want to reach the Medication Access Specialist.

905-813-1100 ext. 5988

If I am getting systemic therapy (medications to treat my cancer), how can I get help with my symptoms?

Monday-Friday. 8:00am-3:00pm
Leave a message with:

  • your name
  • phone number
  • reason for your call

What is REACT?

REACT stands for Rapid Evaluation & Assessment of Cancer Treatment. 
If you are getting systemic therapy (medications to treat your cancer), and you have symptoms because of your treatment, this service can help you manage your symptoms.
When you call REACT, a nurse from our cancer centre will call you back to help you with your symptoms.  The nurse may ask you to come to the cancer centre to be seen by a nurse or doctor.

REACT is not a walk-in clinic. Always call REACT so that a nurse can find the best and safest way to help you.


Monday-Friday. 4:00pm-8:30am
Weekends and Statutory Holidays (24 hours)

Monday:4:00pm - 8:30am
Tuesday:4:00pm - 8:30am
Wednesday:4:00pm - 8:30am
Thursday: 4:00pm - 8:30am
Friday:4:00pm - 8:30am
Saturday:24 hours
Sunday:24 hours
Statutory Holidays:24 hours

What is CAREchart@home?

CAREchart@home is a telephone service to help you manage your cancer related treatment symptoms. The goal of this after-hours telephone line is to help you manage your symptoms at home, so that you don’t need to visit the emergency room.

Only use CAREchart@home after clinic hours. Please don’t use this telephone line during regular clinic hours.

How do I get to the Carlo Fidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre (Credit Valley Hospital)?

The Carlo Fidani Regional Cancer Centre is located at:
2200 Eglinton Avenue West
Mississauga, Ontario
L5M 2N1

See a YouTube video ‘Getting to the Carlo Fidani Regional Cancer Centre’ video by Trillium Health Partners for directions to the Carlo Fidani Regional Cancer Centre.

For a list of driving services that may be able to help you get to the Cancer Centre, see Where to Start - Transportation PDF document.

Where can I park, and how can I pay for parking?

There are two main parking areas at Credit Valley Hospital.

The P2 parking garage and parking lot are closest to the Cancer Centre entrance.

You can buy daily or multi-use parking passes at a pay station inside the hospital, or by going to the Parking Office. The Parking Office is in the P1 surface lot.

To learn more about your parking options and see maps of parking areas, visit Parking Information Page.

I am a new patient. What should I have with me during my first appointment?

Your first appointment with the Cancer Centre may be in-person or over the phone. This appointment is typically longer than other appointments.
During this appointment, our healthcare team will go over your medical history with you, and provide information to help you understand your treatment plan.
Please have the following with you for your first appointment:

  • Ontario Health Card (OHIP).
    • If you have a red and white OHIP card, you will also need either a photo ID, passport, permanent resident card or citizenship card.
  • Current medication in original containers (include prescription, over the counter and vitamin, mineral or herbal supplements).
  • Name, address and phone number of family doctor.
  • If you have a drug benefit plan, have your card with you.
  • Name, address and phone number of your pharmacy.
  • A list of questions you want to ask your doctor or nurse.
  • If your first appointment is in-person:
    • Bring some money or credit card to pay for parking, purchase food or pay for prescriptions.
    • Something to help pass the time while you wait.
    • Cell phone to call a support person (family, friends). A support person can help you keep track of the information you get and give you support.
    • A snack from home. Please stay 2 meters (6 feet) away from others while eating. Put your mask back on as soon as you have finished eating.

Tax Deductible Expenses
Some expenses incurred during your treatment may be tax deductible. We encourage you to maintain a record of your expenses and save all relevant receipts for income tax purposes. On line information about refundable medical expenses can be found at the Revenue Canada website at or call toll-free 1-800-267-6999.