North York General Hospital offers two unique diabetes centres where we work with patients and their families to provide education and support:
- the Diabetes Education Centre (DEC); and
- the Centre for Complex Diabetes Care (CCDC)
Both of our centres offer a supportive, caring environment where patients learn about strategies to manage their diabetes. We provide education and encouragement to patients, families and caregivers with the goal of working together to achieve the best possible health outcomes. A referral from a primary care provider (PCP) is required for both the DEC and the CCDC.
We are here for you!
Managing diabetes is not always easy, but we are here to help. We offer three different programs for our patients and families. Please read the information below to see which centre best fits your needs:
- I have Type 1, Type 2 or Gestational diabetes.
- I am at risk of developing diabetes (pre-diabetes).
- I am 0-18 years with Type 1, Type 2 or pre-diabetes.
- I am the parent/guardian of an infant, child or adolescent with diabetes.
- I would like to participate in group programs.
- I want to know more about insulin pumps or continuous glucose monitors (CGM).
** available to patients of all ages and life stages
- I am 18 years or older and have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes
- I have unmanaged diabetes complications.
- I need extra help to manage my health care.
- I have recently been in hospital or at the emergency room because of diabetes.
- I manage my diabetes with oral medications, or insulin, or both.
- I have trouble getting the health care I need (e.g., I am a senior, I have mental health challenges, I have financial difficulties, I have poor mobility).
Access the referral forms to the Diabetes Education Centre and Centre for Complex Diabetes.
Branson Ambulatory Care Centre
555 Finch Avenue West, 3rd floor
Toronto, Ontario M2R 1N5