RECENT Q & A
If you would like to book an in person consultation with Dr. Donovan in Whistler, please click on the link to the left to complete our online request form. Our office will usually contact you by e-mail or phone within 1-2 business days. Our current wait time for appointments with Dr. Donovan is 3 months. We will do our best to accommodate appointments.
Remote consultations (for a second opinion) are available by phone or Skype for those living outside of our Whistler centre but may not be appropriate for all patients and we not be able to accept a request that does not meet our criteria. To determine if you qualify for a second opinion consultation, please complete the following REQUEST FORM. Current consultation fees can be found under the "Our Practice" Tab.
Donovan Medical - Whistler (Main Centre)
4370 Lorimer Road - Suite 334B
Phone: (604) 283-1887
FAX: (604) 648-9003
Donovan Medical - Vancouver (Centre for Research Studies and Clinical Trials)
NOTE: If you are a prospective patient with hair loss, please contact the Whistler office (see above) for information about scheduling an appointment with Dr. Donovan. The Vancouver office is an office solely dedicated to clinical research and does not accept new consultations regarding hair loss. If for any reason you are not sure which office you have already been scheduled, simply check your e-mail, or couriered package that clearly outlines the office you will be attending.
750 West Broadway Street - Suite 905
Vancouver, BC V5Z 1H8
Phone: (604) 283-9299
FAX: (604) 648-9003
** New patients. If you are a new patient, and do not yet have an appointment date and time booked with Dr. Donovan, please complete the online form to Request an appointment or e-mail us with questions at email@example.com
Phone Reception: Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 1 pm to 3:30 pm PST.
Office hours for patient appointments: Generally 9 am to 3:30 pm Monday to Friday. (Our last patient appointment of the day is 3 pm)
(Note: Dr. Donovan may occasionally see patients and conduct phone consultations at times other than the published office hours so patients should not be concerned if they have a confirmed appointment outside of the 9:00 am to 3:30 pm time slots. For example, an appointment at 6:30 am or 6 pm would not be unusual).