The community North York General Hospital serves has one of the highest percentages of older adults in the country. Our Specialized Geriatric Services help older adults maintain their sense of dignity and independence through improved health and quality of life.
Geriatric clinics and services
We offer many services for seniors with medical or mental health problems that threaten their independence or the ability to live at home. Our services include:
- Acute Care for the Elderly Clinic (ACE)
- Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSM)
- Geriatric Day Hospital
- Geriatric Medicine and Psychiatry Outreach Home Visit
- Geriatric Medicine and Psychiatry Outpatient Clinics
- Memory Clinic
- Osteoporosis and Fracture Prevention Clinic
- Geriatric Parkinson's Clinic
- The Fanny Bernstein Living Well with Parkinson's Program
Watch our six-video series Seniors' Care at NYGH.
Working in partnership
The professionals in our geriatric clinics work closely with services available in our community. We assist families to access the care they need for their loved one, whether within the hospital or in the community. We work in partnership with regional networks including the Central Local Health Integration Network family physicians, health professionals, home support services, multicultural organizations and others dedicated to the health and well-being of seniors. We are part of the Regional Geriatric Program of Metropolitan Toronto, an umbrella organization that plans and coordinates specialized geriatric services.
Read the brochure One-Stop Shop for Senior Care describing the services and clinics provided by our Specialized Geriatric Services.
All services require a doctor's referral. Persons assessed through our specialized services may be referred to services at the Seniors' Health Centre or the General site.
Access the Specialized Geriatric Services Referral Form.