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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.

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Are you protecting your loved ones?

Flufighter TASHN LogosFlu season has arrived and we are seeing an increase of influenza cases in the community and in patients across the city. Take a proactive approach to make sure you’re keeping yourself healthy and protecting the people you love.

How you can protect your loved ones:

  • Visit patients only when feeling well (avoid visiting if you have any symptoms including: fever, respiratory symptoms, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.).
  • If you haven’t had the flu shot, for the health and safety of everyone, ask for a mask to wear in patient care areas. The flu causes more deaths in Canada than any other infectious disease.
  • The best way to prevent getting and transmitting the flu is by getting the flu shot (available in our pharmacy – ground floor East wing).
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water or use hand sanitizer.

When visiting the hospital, remember to:

  • Sanitize your hands before entering, and when leaving the unit – this helps prevent the spread of the flu which poses a significant health risk to vulnerable patients.
  • Check in at nursing station before visiting patient for important information.
  • Follow directions from staff. If patient is in isolation, it is important to follow instructions from staff to wear personal protective equipment before entering the room, and removing it when leaving the room.

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