When to Call

If you are experiencing symptoms and are unsure if you should reach out to your clinic or doctor.  The guidelines below will help to outline when it is important to call us.  
 

When Should I Call my Oncologist/Surgeon?

When Should I Call my Oncologist/Surgeon?

When should you call your surgeon?

You should call your oncologist or surgeon is you are experiencing or have any of the followig symptoms:
  • Temperature greater than 100.5F (38C)
  • Nausea and vomiting that have not stopped or subsided
  • Severe or uncontrolled pain
  • Signs of infection: increased pain, swelling, redness, odor or green/yellow discharge coming from the wound
  • Trouble breathing, headaches, or vision problems
  • Hives
  • Dizziness or feelings of light-headedness
  • Extreme fatigue

Emergency/After Hours Contact Information

Emergency/After Hours Contact Information

After-hours Care
If you are experiencing symptoms or need to reach us outside our normal business hours, please contact us at 612-273-3000, and ask to speak with the on-call gynecologic oncologist. 
 
Emergency Care
In the case of an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Room

How to Reach Us During Normal Business Hours

How to Reach Us During Normal Business Hours

Clinic Numbers

You can contact our clinics by dialing hte numbers below, according to location. 
  • M Health Gynecologic Cancer Clinic: 612-676-4200, option 4
  • Maple Grove Gynecologic Cancer Clinic: 763-898-1600
  • Park Nicollet Women's Center, Gynecologic Cancer Clinic: 952-892-2108, option 2
  • Regions Gynecologic Cancer Clinic: 651-254-9600