North York General is one of Canada's leading community teaching hospitals.
We provide the best care possible for our patients and their families, and have proudly served our community since 1968. Our hospital offers a wide range of acute care, ambulatory and long-term care services at three sites.
North York General is driven by an ongoing commitment to continually improve the services we provide to best meet the needs of our community and our employees. Our strategy identifies the direction we are moving towards and the outcomes we want.
Our 5,000 staff, physicians and volunteers embrace the belief that patients and their families are at the heart of everything we do.
Our major programs that include Cancer Care, Child & Teen, Emergency Services, Family & Community Medicine, Genetics, Maternal Newborn, Medicine & Elder Care, Mental Health, and Surgery, are supported by a number of departments including Medical Imaging, Laboratory Medicine and Pharmacy Services. A 192-bed long-term care home is located at the Seniors' Health Centre.
Affiliated with the University of Toronto, our hospital's strong teaching role is tailored to local needs with many academic and research links. We are preparing future physicians, nurses and other health-care professionals to work as part of an interprofessional team that provides essential care in the community. We are the training institution of choice for many resident physicians.
North York General is a member of the Central Local Health Integration Network. With their support, our hospital continues to build on its strength as a caring and innovative partner in health care for the region we serve.