This website has been optimised for more recent browsers. For an improved user experience, please update your web browser.
Jump to Content Switchboard: 416-530-6000 FOR STAFF
Print This Page
Visitor Information Panel
Connect With Us:
Watch us on YouTube
Welcome to Our Virtual Information Desk
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.

Find us at St. Joes
St. Joseph's Health Centre Toronto
TIFF photo

TIFF partnership inspires community, recovery

Filmmaker Haya Waseem screened her short film Shahzad as part of the Toronto International Film Festival last September. Earlier this month she showed it again to a smaller crowd on the seventh floor of St. Joseph’s Health Centre. Many of them had never met a filmmaker before, or had the opportunity to ask questions about […]

resident health & wellness

Placing a focus on resident health and wellness

Residents are often at hospitals for long periods of time and, like other healthcare providers, can encounter a number of factors that contribute to stress, fatigue and illness. To support our student learners, our Department of Medical Education, Research and Scholarship is focusing on providing residents with the resources they need to be able to […]

child stress

Children and stress – what parents need to know

Children and adolescents experience stress and mental fatigue on a regular basis that can often be overlooked or dismissed as just part of growing up. We spoke with Dr. Michelle Marshall, psychiatrist and subspecialist in child and adolescent psychiatry, and Dr. Hannah Klein, resident in child and adolescent psychiatry, to learn about how stress can […]


Beat the winter blues – with sleep

We’ve all been there – it’s 7 a.m. and even though you know you should be getting ready for work, it’s dark outside and you really just feel like staying in bed. While it may sound appealing to watch Netflix all day, that action will actually make you more tired and put you in the […]


How to stay healthy this flu season

Flu season is here – what you need to know about your healthcare options when you are sick and tips to stay healthy


How to keep your New Year’s health goals

For many people, a new calendar year signals a fresh start and an opportunity to make improvements and changes to their lifestyles. But we also know that it can be very difficult to stick with goals and that by February, many people are right back where they started. To help you with your goal setting, […]


Food to fight the flu

We all know that getting the flu shot is one of the best ways to protect ourselves and our loved ones during flu season. But did you know that eating healthy foods will also lower your risk of getting sick? Stocking up on nutrients helps keep your immune system working well, which can help prevent […]

Patient Warren Ramsundar has his lungs
assessed in our Pulmonary Function Lab.

Raising awareness: World COPD Day

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is an illness that affects more than a million Canadians and accounts for the highest rate of admissions among major chronic illnesses. The good news is that it’s both treatable and preventable (by avoiding smoking). Here’s what you need to know: What is it? COPD is a lung disease that […]


Creating a healthy workplace for our people

Every day our teams are working to make our community healthier. At St. Joe’s we believe it’s important for us to care of our people so they can care for our patients and families. This month is healthy workplace month and we chatted with our Wellness Coordinator about her work and what wellness means at […]


Back in the driver’s seat: A visit to our diabetes clinic is life-changing

Ten years ago when Martin Mallory first visited our Diabetes Clinic, he was spending most of his time in his car, making deliveries and seeing customers as a sales representative. Responsible for making sales calls and dealing with staff issues, he was working long days and putting business first, often ahead of his own health. […]

Top of Page