Welcome to WomansDr.com the online resource centre for Dr. Karen L. Stillman. Dr. Stillman is a certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist. She received her doctorate degree at Memorial University of Newfoundland and has been a practicing Obstetrician and Gynecologist since 2002.

In 2005, Dr. Stillman decided to move her practice to the beautiful town of Almonte. Her office provides services to patients from Mississippi Mills, Lanark County, Arnprior, Renfrew, Pembroke, Carp, Stittsville and Kanata.

Dr. Stillman also provides 10 to 15 days and nights per month of on call service for the Almonte General Hospital. All deliveries and surgeries that Dr. Stillman performs are done at the newly renovated and expanded Almonte General Hospital. Please note, occasionally Dr. Stillman may be called to an emergency or delivery during office hours.

Dr. Stillman is also a proud Ottawa Senators fan and a member of the Sens Army.

Existing patients are welcome to contact our office at the number above to book a routine or follow-up appointment. However, new patient consultation appointments can be made by referral only. You will be notified by our office of your appointment time within 5 business days from the time our office receives your referral. Urgent referrals can be made by having your doctor call our office to indicate the urgency.

We recognize that your time is important, and as such, we work hard to remain on schedule. You can help by arriving 10 minutes early for your appointment. Cancellations should be made 48 hours prior to the appointment time as this frees up an appointment for someone else. Cancellations made without 48 hours notice, or, missed appointments will be charged a fee dependent on the type of appointment scheduled.

It is a strict government policy that Ontario residents are required to present a valid Ontario Health Card each time they are seen by a physician. Patients are responsible for keeping their Health Cards current and valid. It is very important that your inform the receptionist of any changes in your personal information (i.e. address telephone number, etc.) or Health Card status.

Patients without a valid Ontario Health Card are required to make payment for services provided at the time of their visit. The same applies to services that are not covered by OHIP.

Patients covered by private insurance will be asked to settle their account at the time of the visit as we do not bill private insurance companies.