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Referral information for OMH / Dr. Aquino is below. Please read the following to better inform your patients and help them decide what option is best for them.
The mandate of Ontario Men’s Health is to provide enhanced counselling and information to men regarding sexual concerns. This includes providing time with technicians/counsellors to provide a more comprehensive, relaxed and detailed experience. Clients may self refer to the clinic and do not require a referral to enter the program. Each client spends a longer than typical time in the clinic (up to an hour and a half on the first visit) and thus the clinic can only accommodate a few clients at a time. There is a private fee that is necessary to provide this service (See “What to Expect”).
In addition to this program, Ontario Men’s Health has put aside some clinic time when Dr. Aquino may consult to patients referred by other providers for Consultation, to provide advice about symptoms and treatments. These appointments are staffed differently and are based on availability. These are provided with OHIP card and without additional fee. If however a client ultimately wishes to pursue intracavernosal injection therapy, he would need to meet with technicians for proper teaching and overall education to allow for safe use.. Ontario Mens Health would offer a discounted fee in these instances. Clients who are primarily concerned with Premature Ejaculation will also find that the extended counselling, services, and literature provided under the full clinic program, is very beneficial to make progress with this concern.
Referrals for consultation may be faxed to the clinic:
Dr. John Aquino / Provider #180414
3200 Dufferin St, Suite 402
Toronto, ON M6A 3B2
Please not that Dr. Aquino is a Family Physician/ general Practitioner with a focused practice in Men’s Health. Presently, MOH does not have Men’s Health as a focus for the purposes of their “negation” for some PEM’s. However, for patients with referral, billing for the initial consultation can still use code that is out of basket for rostered patient models, though ongoing follow ups require regular codes and may have OHIP implications for billing.
Thank you very much!
The OMH team.