Doctors who do house calls when needed for patients of all ages for non-emergency medical conditions.
Centre dedicated to the relief of suffering and the improvement of quality of life and furthering palliative care services at all levels.
Wellspring is a support centre for individuals having cancer, as well as their loved ones.
Medicor Cancer Centre is Canada's first private clinic specializing in services to cancer patients at all stages of their illness.
Major teaching and research hospital in downtown Toronto with expertise in diverse areas of health care.
Canada’s largest and most extensive integrated health care organization for specialized complex care services – complex rehabilitation, complex care, long-term care, and community-based care.
Community hospital providing a full spectrum of health care services throughout the greater Toronto region.
Multi-site community teaching hospital serving people in north central Toronto and southern York Region.
Hospital in Mississauga providing a broad spectrum of clinical services involving general medicine, surgery, renal, oncology, emergency, mental health, continuing care/rehabilitation, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics and cardiac services and a network of support departments.
Sunnybrook (previously known as Sunnybrook and Women’s College Health Sciences Centre), is the largest trauma centre and maternity hospital in Canada, and also incorporates the Edmund Odette Regional Cancer Centre, the Schulich Heart Centre, the Holland Orthopaedic and Arthritic Centre and Sunnybrook Veterans Hospital.
Only hospital in Ontario dedicated to specialized rehabilitation.
Owned and operated by The Salvation Army, this is a 119-bed facility in downtown Toronto offering care and service through interdisciplinary inpatient programs.
Catholic community teaching hospital serving Toronto’s West end community, as well as the broader community across the city, province, and country.
472-bed patient care, teaching and research hospital in downtown Toronto, affiliated with the University of Toronto.
Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider, serving a population of over half a million people across Southwest York Region and beyond.
One of Ontario's largest regional acute care hospitals formed in 1997 through the merger of Humber Memorial, Northwestern General and York-Finch General Hospitals.
Amalgamation of Toronto General Hospital, Toronto Western Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital in downtown Toronto.
One of Canada’s leading community hospitals, Trillium Health Centre is a two site facility that serves a population of over one million residents in Mississauga, south Etobicoke and the surrounding region.
Consists of five community health sites, including two hospitals, providing excellent care to patients in East Durham and West Toronto.
Academic health science centre, fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, dedicated to enabling children and youth with disabilities or special needs to achieve their personal best.
Largest rehabilitation hospital in Canada.
John Hopkins University and Hospital. Medicine, health and research information.
Leading Toronto health care facility, specializing in rehabilitation for patients who have experienced strokes, orthopaedic surgery, or lower limb amputation, or who require specialized geriatric rehabilitation, assessment and treatment.
Providing a warm, welcoming environment where individuals touched by cancer can build social and emotional support through the exchange of personal wisdom, ideas, and information.
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