Maternal, newborn and paediatric care is a clinical priority at North York General Hospital and our obstetrical centre in Toronto is the second largest single site birthing centre in Ontario. We are committed to offering the over 5,700 babies born here each year the healthiest start in life. We recognize that birth is a special life event and a time for positive self-growth. Birth and parenting occur with greater ease, comfort and health when women and their supporters enter into their new roles with increased knowledge.
As health care professionals, we have the responsibility not only to provide care, but also to ensure that resources are available to meet your needs. We respect your ability and your right to make sound health decisions. Our hope is that you will find these webpages a useful tool as you embark on your journey through pregnancy and birth. Please read it carefully and ask your health care provider questions.
How to get here
North York General Hospital (NYGH) is one of Canada's leading community academic hospitals. We provide an exceptional care experience for our patients and their families, and have proudly served diverse communities in North Toronto, and beyond, since 1968. North York General's obstetrical centre is one of the largest single site centres in Ontario and each year we celebrate the birth of approximately 6,000 babies!
4001 Leslie Street
Toronto ON M2K 1E1
The hospital is located at the southeast corner of Leslie Street and Sheppard Avenue East.
Get directions to the General site and information on parking
Biophysical Profile Clinic
4001 Leslie Street
Located in the Antenatal Clinics area across from the Labour and Delivery Unit, main entrance on the 2nd floor
Learn more about a biophysical profile
Access through Labour and Delivery Department, 2 floor, South East
Breast feeding support
(Part of the Mother and Baby Follow-Up Clinic)
2nd floor south, Room 210
Have an emergency?
- Before 20 weeks, go to the ER
- After 20 weeks, go to the Assessment Room (2S-177)
- If it's not really urgent, see your health care provider or family doctor