Dr. D. G. Sokolon
Medical Degree completed in 1988 at the University of Saskatchewan. Postgraduate training in Family Medicine at the University of Ottawa and the University of Toronto. Has been continuously practicing in Peterborough.
Receptionist staff is Jackie Harran, who is efficient and friendly, and ensures the office runs smoothly. The practice has the excellent services of Sara Crough, Nurse Practitioner, who has completed her studies from Queen’s University in 2010. Sara provides medical care to patients of all ages and works in close collaboration with Dr. Sokolon.
Urgent visits can be arranged by telephone, usually the same day or within a few days. If unavailable, patients can call 705-743-6222 to arrange an urgent same day appointment with the Family Doctor on day call.
We also have an after hours clinic Monday-Thursday from 5-8pm and Saturday from 9-12pm. To access this clinic, call 705-876-4509 as early as possible, at 5pm to 6 pm on weekdays or 9-10:00 am on Saturday, to arrange an appointment.
Missed Appointment Policy
24 hours notice is requested.
If you need a refill, call your pharmacist first. Routine,, non-narcotic, long-term prescriptions may be ordered by our office upon request from your pharmacist.
Referrals to Specialists
Dr. Sokolon recognizes the scope of family practice and the need for occasional referral to specialty services. This will be at Dr. Sokolon's discretion. Dr. Sokolon will use evidence-based guidelines to direct these decisions. Before any referral is arranged, patients must see the family doctor for pre-consultation information gathering and investigations to facilitate a faster and more effective consultation.
What to Bring to Each Visit
Please bring your Health Card to all appointments. Some service you request may not be insured by OHIP, therefore please bring payment for the service provided.
Not all services are covered by OHIP and as such you will be notified when a payment is required for such services. Non-payment after a reasonable timeframe will result in discontinuation of uninsured services for that particular patient.
Healthy and long life is achieved through acceptance of a well-balanced diet and adequate exercise. Screening for breast, bowel and cervical cancer, as well as childhood immunization and flu shots are actively promoted.