Anticoagulant therapy

The anticoagulant therapy outpatient clinic specializes in the treatment of problems related to blood coagulation. The services provided are mainly blood thinning treatments to avoid blood clots.

How do I access the services?

Services are provided to adult patients.

A consultation request must be sent to the anticoagulant therapy outpatient clinic by the referring physician.

What to expect?

  • Registration with the secretary
  • Specimen collection, if necessary
  • Consultation with the specialist
  • Other tests, if necessary
  • The specialist may ask for an investigation to be done on an outpatient basis
  • Specialist’s decision on completion of follow-up
  • Length of appointment: about an hour if specimens must be taken, 10 to 20 minutes for follow-up appointments.

Where and when
are services provided?

Gatineau Hospital
909 La Vérendrye Blvd.
(ground floor, reception)
Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(except statutory holidays)