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System Performance

TIME FROM DECISION TO HAVING EYE SURGERY


This is how long patients waited from deciding with the specialist or surgeon to proceed with ophthalmic (eye) surgery, to having the surgery.

SELECT:

Provincial × Surgery

Patients with emergency conditions (Priority 1) are seen immediately. They are not included in wait times data shown here.

Learn about priority levels and target times.

Jan 2017
All Patients Combined:

Priority 4 Patients:

Priority 3 Patients:

Priority 2 Patients:


SEARCH RESULTS:

Provincial × Surgery

Compare results across hospitals for the priority level with the most patients:

For this surgery, most patients are categorized as Priority

Hospital name Volume


TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Data source: Wait Time Information System™ (WTIS™), Cancer Care Ontario. For more information, please visit the Indicator Library for the technical description of average time, volume, and percentage within target.

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