Dr. Paul Ouellette is a practicing urologist in a private clinic. He is passionate about medical research and is involved with his numerous clients, whom he treats for a multitude of problems related to the urinary and reproductive systems.
Dr. Ouellette graduated in urological medicine in 1997 and began his practice in various hospitals in New Brunswick before moving to Quebec in 2001. Very early in his career, he became interested in continuing medical education. His curiosity and thirst for learning led him to work with the Association des urologues du Québec for almost 10 years to share his knowledge and discoveries with the scientific community and family physicians in Quebec through various conferences.
Intrinsically linked to continuing education, medical research is another field of interest for the specialist, to which he devotes time and effort. A principal investigator in more than 30 research protocols, Dr. Ouellette’s research interests include advanced prostate cancer, overactive bladder, prostate-related urinary tract obstruction and nocturia.
In order to educate and guide his peers in their surgical procedures, he participates in numerous consultative meetings. Ultimately, it is the patients who benefit from these advances as the treatments they receive become more effective and less invasive.
Professional and conscientious, Dr. Ouellette welcomes each of his patients with a reassuring human approach that makes it possible for everyone to receive the appropriate treatment or undergo the necessary surgery with confidence.
Finally, although he treats a wide range of urological and sexual health problems, he stands out for his mastery of solutions for erectile dysfunction and testosterone deficiency in men. He has extensive experience in laser surgery for kidney and bladder stones and prostate problems.
He regularly organizes a satellite clinic in Granby.
Dr. Ouellette sees patients for consultations and performs surgeries in the greater Montreal, South Shore, Montérégie, and Eastern Townships (Magog, Sherbrooke, Bromont) areas.
Newborns, children and adolescents
Dr. Marois is a urologist who is not a member of the Régie de l’Assurance Maladie du Québec (RAMQ). As such, if you require his professional services, you will have to pay directly the Cliniques Marois for the services rendered.
To ensure the smooth running of the clinics aa well as a minimum of courtesy towards other patients and staff members, we ask you to notify us 48 hours in advance for cancelling an appointment, 5 working days for cancelling a minor surgery in the office and 21 working days for major surgery at the CMC. If these deadlines are not respected, a cancellation fee of 50% of the service will be charged.
Change of appointment:
We understand that events occur and schedules change, so we ask patients to give us at least a 24-hour notice for any changes of appointment. We will be happy to reschedule another one for you. Failure to provide such notice within this timeframe will result in a $ 100 fee.
Thank you for your understanding.