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Need directions to a department or clinic? Want to visit a patient? We're here to help!

Use our "Virtual Information Desk", accessible at the top of any page on our website by clicking on this Visitor Information Panel icon icon, to help answer common questions or help you find your way before and during your hospital visit.

Of course, you can visit our onsite main Information Desk located at the Melnyk Entrance (off of the Queensway) which is open from 7am to 9pm, Monday to Friday, and from 9am to 9pm Weekends and Holidays. Feel free to call us at 416-530-6000.

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St. Joseph's Health Centre Toronto

Areas of Care

This section will provide you with access to information about our patient programs and services at St. Joseph’s Health Centre. Use the links on the left hand menu to find information about the areas of care we provide as an acute care community teaching Health Centre.

Looking for something specific?
For a complete search of the content within these clinical programs and services, please use the search tool found at the top of each page.

If you are trying to contact a department, program, clinic or service by phone, you can call the hospital’s main line at 416-530-6000 and ask to be connected.

We’ve proudly served the community of West Toronto for almost a century and have made a promise to make our community one of the healthiest in Canada. Our dedicated teams provide care to half a million people living across the diverse neighbourhoods that make up Toronto’s west end neighborhoods.

We are committed to our vision of Advancing the Health of our Community by Being Canada’s Best Community Teaching Health Centre.

Protect yourself and your loved ones
Please don’t visit if you have a cold, influenza or a stomach virus. And when you’re here, clean your hands often! Find more information on our Clean Hands Saves Lives program.

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