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.
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. 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
Orthopaedic Military Hospital at Yonge and Davisville - established during World War I to handle returning injuries soldiers
Christie Street Veterans' Hospital (1919-1948) - later as Lambert Lodge and demolished 1981.