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There are over forty hospitals located in the City of Toronto. Many of them are also medical research facilities and teaching schools affiliated with the University of Toronto. Some hospitals are part of separate health care networks and share varying degrees of administrative and other services. The largest of the networks is University Health Network, however, the hospitals in this particular network maintain a great deal of independence and each is independently recognized on a national and international level.

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Existing hospitalsEdit

Name Founded District Network University affiliate Former name(s) Image
Baycrest Health Sciences 1918 North York University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Toronto Jewish Old Folks Home  
Bellwood Health Services 1984 Leaside Edgewood Health Network
Bridgepoint Active Healthcare 1875 Old Toronto Sinai Health System University of Toronto
(community-affiliated)
Riverdale Hospital  
Casey House 1988 Old Toronto
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, College Street Site 1966 Old Toronto Centre for Addiction and Mental Health University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Clarke Institute of Psychiatry  
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Queen Street Site 1850 Old Toronto Centre for Addiction and Mental Health University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Provincial Lunatic Asylum;
Queen Street Mental Health Centre
 
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Russell Street Site 1949 Old Toronto Centre for Addiction and Mental Health University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Addiction Research Foundation  
Centric Health Surgical Centre Toronto 1960 North York Don Mills Surgical Unit
Etobicoke General Hospital 1972 Etobicoke William Osler Health System
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital 1899 North York University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Home for Incurable Children;
Bloorview MacMillan Children's Centre
 
Hospital for Sick Children 1875 Old Toronto University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Victoria Hospital for Sick Children  
Humber River Hospital, Wilson Site 1997 North York Humber River Hospital University of Toronto
(Community-Affiliated);
Queen's University
Humber Ambulatory/Urgent Care Centre, Finch Site 1997 North York Humber River Hospital University of Toronto
(Community-Affiliated);
Queen's University
York Finch Hospital
Michael Garron Hospital 1929 East York Toronto East Health Network University of Toronto
(TAHSN associate members-affiliated)
Toronto East General Hospital  
Mount Sinai Hospital 1923 Old Toronto Sinai Health System University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Toronto Hebrew Maternity and Convalescent Hospital  
North York General Hospital 1968 North York University of Toronto
(TAHSN associate members-affiliated)
 
North York General Hospital, Branson Centre 1957 North York University of Toronto
(TAHSN associate members-affiliated)
North York Branson Hospital
North York General Hospital, Seniors' Health Centre 1985 North York University of Toronto
(TAHSN associate members-affiliated)
Princess Margaret Cancer Centre 1952 Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Ontario Cancer Institute;
Princess Margaret Hospital
 
Providence Healthcare 1957 Scarborough Our Shared Purpose University of Toronto
(community-affiliated)
House of Providence;
Providence Villa and Hospital;
Providence Centre
Queensway Health Centre 1956 Etobicoke Trillium Health Partners University of Toronto
(TAHSN associate members-affiliated)
Queensway General Hospital  
Rouge Valley Centenary 1967 Scarborough Rouge Valley Health System University of Toronto
(community-affiliated)
Centenary Health Centre;
Scarborough Centenary Hospital
Runnymede Healthcare Centre 1945 Old Toronto Runnymede Hospital
The Scarborough Hospital, General Campus Scarborough The Scarborough Hospital University of Toronto
(community-affiliated)
Scarborough General Hospital  
The Scarborough Hospital, Birchmount Campus Scarborough The Scarborough Hospital University of Toronto
(community-affiliated)
Scarborough Grace Hospital
St. Joseph's Health Centre 1921 Old Toronto Our Shared Purpose University of Toronto
(TAHSN associate members-affiliated)
St. Joseph's Hospital  
St. Michael's Hospital 1892 Old Toronto Our Shared Purpose University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
 
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre 1948 North York University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Sunnybrook Military Hospital;
Sunnybrook Hospital;
Sunnybrook Medical Centre
 
Sunnybrook Holland Centre 1955 North York University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Orthopaedic and Arthritic Hospital
Sunnybrook St. John's Rehab Hospital 1937 North York University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
St. John's Convalescent Hospital  
Toronto General Hospital 1812 Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
York General Hospital  
Toronto Grace Health Centre 1905 Old Toronto The Salvation Army Toronto Grace Hospital  
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, E.W. Bickle Centre Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Lakeside Centre Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Lyndhust Centre Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Lyndhurst Hospital
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Rumsey Centre - Neuro Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Rumsey Centre - Cardiac Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Centre Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
 
Toronto Western Hospital 1895 Old Toronto University Health Network University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
 
West Park Healthcare Centre 1904 York University of Toronto
(community-affiliated)
Toronto Free Hospital for Consumptive Poor;
Queen Mary Hospital for Tuberculous Children;
The Toronto Hospital for Consumptives;
West Park Hospital
Women's College Hospital 1883 Old Toronto University of Toronto
(fully-affiliated)
 

Closed hospitalsEdit

  • Wellesley Hospital (1942–2001)
  • Central Hospital 1957 as a private care centre and later became Sherbourne Health Centre in 2003.[1]
  • The Doctor's Hospital (1953–1997) – merged with Toronto Western Hospital in 1996, merged again with Toronto General Hospital and closed in 1997; site at 340 College Street now home to Kensington Health, a long-term care facility and hospice for seniors.[2] Doctors Hospital Clinic on the site retains the site's old name.
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital - merged with Hillcrest Hospital to form Rehabilitation Institute of Toronto (now Toronto Rehabilitation Institute)
  • Humber River Hospital, Church and Keele Sites – some sections temporarily closed for renovation and most duplicated acute care services moved to Wilson Site on October 18, 2015
  • Central Military Convalescence Hospital (1915-1918?) - formerly Wykeham Hall and later College Street Armouries[3]
  • Orthopaedic Military Hospital at Yonge and Davisville - established during World War I to handle returning injuries soldiers[4]
  • Christie Street Veterans' Hospital (1919-1948) - later as Lambert Lodge and demolished 1981.[5]
  • Spadina Military Hospital (1914-1918?) - now 1 Spadina Crescent

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Central Hospital Historical Plaque". torontohistory.org.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-01-28. Retrieved 2013-04-05.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2010/07/heritage-toronto-mondays-wickham-lodge-1916
  4. ^ https://canadianhistoryworkshop.wordpress.com/tag/military-hospital/
  5. ^ http://torontoplaques.com/Pages/Site_of_the_Christie_Street.html