Monday to Friday
9am - 4:30pm
(closed 12pm - 1:30pm)
Appointments are available
If you have urgent concerns about your health after regular clinic hours, please call your regular physician's number and ask for the family physician on-call to be paged
If you or your family member are part of the Family Health Team and are admitted to a hospital, please let us know.
- Obstetrical/Prenatal Care
- Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
- Diabetes Education Program (SUNDEC)
- Dietitian and Nutritional Counselling
- Homebound Seniors Program
- Menopause Workshop
- Procedures Clinic
- Psychiatry Shared Care
- Social Work and Counselling
About our team
The Sunnybrook Academic Family Health Team provides a broad range of primary care services to patients and families across the life span. We are committed to caring for our patients and their families through collaborative teamwork, health promotion and prevention, system navigation, mental health programs and chronic disease self-management in order to provide excellent care for all.
Low-risk obstetrical care, pediatrics, menopause and complex care of the elderly are some of the foci of care.
Our mandate includes teaching as part of the University of Toronto's Department of Family and Community Medicine and research through the Primary Care Research Unit (PCRU) to improve knowledge and skills in the practice of Family Medicine. » Read more about our team
As an Academic Family Health Team, education and teaching of healthcare professionals are a large part of our role. This includes supporting continuing education and professional development opportunities for all staff.
In addition to seeing their assigned Family Physician, patients will also have clinic visits with a family medicine resident or medical student, supervised by faculty physicians.
Our interprofessional team includes:
• resident physicians
• medical students
• social workers
• diabetes educators
• care navigator
• occupational therapist