North York General Hospital is a multi-site community teaching hospital in Toronto that includes our General site, Branson Ambulatory Care Centre, Seniors' Health Centre and the Reactivation Care Centre, which is a Central LHIN Hospitals Collaborative.
Branson Ambulatory Care Centre
Seniors' Health Centre
Wellness and Assessment Centre
Outpatient and Community Services Centre
4001 Leslie Street (Leslie & Sheppard) Toronto ON M2K 1E1
Our largest facility, the General site, offers a full range of services to patients of all ages, from the most fragile infants to the elderly. All inpatient acute care services are located at the General site. Our 24-hour full service Charlotte & Lewis Steinberg Emergency, is one of Canada's busiest emergency departments.
Key programs and departments at the General site:
Cancer Care: The program is one of the largest in the Greater Toronto Area and provides treatment for many types of cancers, including breast, colon, prostate, gynecological and urinary. NOTE: The Gale & Graham Wright Prostate Centre is located at the Consumers Road site. Learn more about our Cancer Care Program
Medical Imaging: The hospital offers a wide variety of medical imaging and cardio-respiratory services at its General and Champagne Drive sites. Learn more about North York General's Medical Imaging services.
Emergency Care: The Charlotte & Lewis Steinberg Emergency at the General site is a full service emergency — one of the busiest in Canada. Learn more about North York General's Emergency.
Genetics: The Genetics Program is one of Ontario's largest, full service regional genetics centres. It offers assessment diagnosis and counselling for patients as well as laboratory testing. Services are offered for: prenatal, general clinical genetics, cancer genetics and Huntington Disease. Learn more about our Genetics Program at North York General.
Family and Community Medicine: North York General has one of the largest complements of family physicians in a Canadian hospital, with196 active physicians in 2017–2018. They provide care from their private practices in north central Toronto and southern York Region. Learn more about our Family & Community Medicine Program.
Laboratory Medicine: The department analyzes approximately 2 million tests annually at its full service laboratory at the General site. It serves patients from all clinics within the hospital. Learn more about our Laboratory Department.
Maternal, Newborn and Paediatric Care: The Maternal, Newborn and Paediatric Care Program at our General site provides: 1) care throughout a woman's pregnancy from prenatal screening through labour and birth, to the postpartum experience, and, 2) a wide range of medical and mental health services for newborns to 18 years. The hospital's obstetrical centre is one of the largest single site centres in Ontario. Learn more about our Maternal, Newborn and Paediatric Program.
Medicine and Elder Care: The Medicine and Elder Care Program covers a wide range of services with a special focus on the care of the elderly. Inpatient units provide care in: • Neurology and stroke • Cardiology • General internal medicine • Respiratory and gastrointestinal • Progressive care for transition to an alternate level of care facility — see the Reactivation Care Centre • Critical care • Acute care of the elderly. Learn more about our Medicine and Elder Care Program.
Mental Health: Our wide range of mental health services serve all ages. Services at the General site include: inpatient care — adult, geriatric, child and adolescent; Partial Hospitalization Program; outpatient services; Geriatric Psychiatry Program; child and adolescent mental health — inpatient and day hospital; Women's Clinic; and consultation liaison service to our medical/surgical/oncology/paediatric programs. Mental health services are also offered at the Champagne Drive site. Learn more about our Mental Health services.
Pharmacy Services: The department meets the medication needs of patients admitted to the hospital and also operates an outpatient pharmacy (drug store) at the General site. Patient medication assessments and education sessions are also offered. Learn more about our outpatient pharmacy.
Surgery: Services include: cancer surgery, orthopaedic, paediatric, cataract, glaucoma and ocular oncology surgery, as well as expertise in otolaryngology, head and neck (ear, nose and throat), urology, plastic surgery, oral, maxillofacial, general, vascular and thoracic surgery. The Total Joint Assessment Centre is located at the General site. Learn more about our Surgery Program.
Other services: Freeman Centre for the Advancement of Palliative Care
The North York General Assessment and Wellness Centre provides expert third party assessments in all medical and surgical specialties. Comprehensive physiotherapy care is located nearby.
Branson Ambulatory Care Centre
555 Finch Avenue West (Finch and Bathurst) Toronto ON M2R 1N5
NOTE: The Urgent Care Centre closed June 1, 2017.
Seniors' Health Centre
2 Buchan Court (Leslie and Sheppard) Toronto ON M2J 5A3
Long-term care home: Tel: 416-756-0066
The Seniors' Health Centre includes a 192-bed long-term care home.
10 Buchan Court Toronto ON M2J 5A3
The Phillips House currently houses Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Adolescent Eating Disorders Outpatient Services.
Reactivation Care Centre
2111 Finch Avenue West Toronto ON M3N 1N1
North York General Hospital’s unit is located on 6 West.
The Reactivation Care Centre is an innovative approach designed to help patients who no longer need acute care services, but often find themselves waiting for an alternate care facility, such as convalescent and long-term care. Learn more about the Reactivation Care Centre.
Outpatient Physiotherapy Services
255 Consumers Road, Suite 220 Toronto ON M2J 1R3
The Outpatient Physiotherapy Services of the North York General Assessment and Wellness Centre — moved to the Consumers Road location on June 11, 2018. Learn more about this move and view a map. Please note that all other services of the North York General Assessment and Wellness Centre remain at the General site, 4001 Leslie Street.
NYGH Outpatient and Community Services Centre
2 Champange Drive, Toronto ON M3J 0K2
Key clinical services available at the Outpatient and Community Services Centre:
Diabetes Education Centre: The centre offers group programs and individual counselling for people with diabetes and their families at all ages and life stages. As well, the Central LHIN Centre for Complex Diabetes Care at NYGH provides comprehensive care for patients with complex diabetes needs. Learn more about the Diabetes Education Centre.
Mental Health: Mental health services located the Outpatient and Community Services Centre: include: Addiction Program – adult and transitional age youth; Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT); Child and Adolescent Outpatient Mental Health; Partial Hospitalization Program; Adult Outpatient Mental Health; outpatient groups; Mental Health Legal Services; Primary Care Reversed Shared Care Services; and the Participants' Council – Peer Support. Learn more about mental health services.
Medical Imaging: Services include: ultrasound; mammography, bone mineral densitometry and the Ontario Breast Screening Program, a provincial program providing high quality early detection breast cancer screening to women. Learn more about Medical Imaging services at the Outpatient and Community Services Centre.
NYGH Minor Surgical Procedures and Elder Care Centre
243 Consumers Road, Toronto ON M2J 4W8
Gale and Graham Wright Prostate Centre: The Gale and Graham Wright Prostate Centre provides an environment exclusively for men that supports early access to diagnosis, support and education, and a coordinated approach to treatment planning — all in one location. Learn more about the Gale and Graham Wright Prostate Centre.
Cataract High Volume Centre: This regional centre for cataract surgery has one of the highest annual volumes of surgeries in Ontario. Through an innovative partnership between North York General, Markham Stouffville Hospital and Humber River Regional Hospital, the centre is a model of care delivery designed to reduce wait times and improve outcomes for patients. Learn more about the Cataract High Volume Centre.
Specialized Geriatric Services: The primary focus of the Specialized Geriatric Services is to help seniors living in our community to maintain their sense of dignity and independence through improved health and quality of life. On-site specialized geriatric services, located at the Consumers Road site, include medicine clinics, geriatric psychiatry clinics and outreach, day hospital, POWER and Building the Bridge to Better Bones programs for osteoporosis. The Memory Clinic, Living Well with Parkinson's Program and Chronic Disease Self-Management Program.