The Rapid Access Addiction Medicine Clinic has moved to Havelock and is now open on Mondays and Thursdays.
Dr. Holowaty's family practice closure date was Feb 28th, 2021.
Dr. Holowaty is required by law to keep her patients’ medical records for at least 10 years after the patients' last visit. For children, she must retain records for 10 years after they turn 18 (potentially 28 years). With issues of security and privacy, storage of medical records has become increasingly complex. Prior to March 23rd, you can still request your records from Dr. Holowaty's staff (who remain at the clinic to assist in transition these few weeks in between).
AFTER MARCH 24th - Dr. Holowaty has made arrangements with Records Management Ltd. for the storage and management of her remaining patient charts. They completely meet the guidelines set forth by the RHPA (Regulated Health Professions Act), CPSO (College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario), OMA (Ontario Medical Association) and PIPEDA (Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act) regarding patient record retention and privacy policies. They will provide you or your new Family Physician with an electronic or paper copy of your file, upon request. Their fee is in accordance with the OMA's recommendation for transfer of records, which unfortunately is not an OHIP insured service. We have absolute confidence that Records Management Ltd. will ensure the security and privacy of your medical history. Please contact Records Management Ltd directly by phone at 1-800-775-0093, or find them online at www.recordsregistry.ca.
Dr. Holowaty's family practice is now closed. Please phone the office to get more information regarding appointments available for addiction medicine, women's health, chronic pain, and end of life care.
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