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prepare for your visit

If you would like to book an appointment with Dr. Bookman, please see Contact Us.

First Visit

If you are a new patient, please bring with a list of all of your medications, including over-the-counter vitamins, minerals and herbal supplements that you regularly use.

If you are not fluent in English, please bring someone with to help translate, or inform us when you receive your appointment information and we will be happy to book an interpreter for you.

Unless told by our office, you will not be having a procedure done during this appointment, so there is no need to fast.

Procedures

If you are coming for a procedure on your first visit:

Please print, read and sign the consent form PRIOR to arriving on the day of your procedure.


Dr. Bookman will talk with you, answer your questions, and examine you prior to your procedure.

If you would like to meet with Dr. Bookman on a separate day prior to your procedure, please contact our office.

If you are coming for a gastroscopy:

Please read and follow the directions on the Gastroscopy Preparation Form. Click here to open form

If you are coming for a colonoscopy:

Please read and follow the directions on the Colonoscopy Preparation Form.Click here to open form

If you are coming for both a gastroscopy and colonoscopy:

Please read the Colonoscopy Preparation Form.Click here to open form
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Kensington Clinic

If you are coming to the Kensington Clinic, you must complete the Preoperative Questionnaire. Click here to open form

Please fax or mail to us no later than one week prior to your procedure. Otherwise, the anaesthetist may cancel your procedure on the day of the test if they feel your health conditions make it unsafe to proceed outside of a hospital setting.

You must have an adult to accompany you home after the test. A taxi or TTC does NOT count. Your procedure will be canceled if you arrive alone.
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