Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional health care provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a health care leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.
Markham Stouffville Hospital
is a progressive, two-site community hospital with leading diagnostic services and clinical programs in acute care medicine and surgery, addictions and mental health and maternal and child rehab/transitional care; all of which are focused on the needs of its rapidly growing communities. Partnering with other specialist providers, the over 450 physicians, 17 midwives, and 1,900 staff of the hospital make it the centre of community care for the almost 400,000 residents of Markham, Stouffville and Uxbridge.
Michael Garron Hospital
is an award-winning urban community teaching hospital that has served the diverse population of East Toronto since 1929 when it opened as a 110-bed general hospital. The hospital consists of its primary site on Coxwell Avenue and two satellite offices that provide community-based mental health and withdrawal management services. The hospital has developed a revitalized patient-centred focus and, additionally, staff and physicians are committed to reducing avoidable health inequities to ensure that everyone from their diverse catchment area has equitable access to quality care.
North York General Hospital,
affiliated with the University of Toronto, is one of Canada's leading community academic hospitals. The hospital offers a culturally diverse community a wide range of acute care, ambulatory and long-term care services across three sites. Through partnerships, collaboration and academic endeavours, North York General seeks to set new standards for patient- and family-centred care. Working together with patients and their families, we are making a world of difference.
St. Joseph's Health Centre
is a community teaching hospital, affiliated with the University of Toronto, serving the health care needs of the city's west end. The hospital's vision is to advance the health of their community by being Canada's best community teaching health centre. Their people – staff, physicians, volunteers and students – live their vision and values every day, and are committed to serving patients and their local community with compassion.
Southlake Regional Health Centre
is a full-service hospital with a regional, clinically advanced focus. Southlake offers almost 400 patient beds and accommodates more than 90,000 visits to the Emergency Department, 22,000 inpatient admissions, and 600,000 outpatient visits each year. As a regionally designated site, Southlake is responsible for developing and providing advanced levels of care to the more than one million people who reside in York Region, Simcoe County, and in some cases, as far north as Muskoka.