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About your hospital stay

  • Admission »

    Information about what to bring if you are admitted to the hospital.

  • Discharge / Going Home »

    Discharge time from the hospital is 11 am. A family member or friend should take you home after your stay.

  • Mail »

    Relatives and friends may send mail clearly marked with the patient's full name and room number to the applicable campus / location.

  • Medical alarm service »

    Sunnybrook Lifeline is an easy-to-use medical alarm service that is designed to reduce the risk of living alone or managing a medical condition.

  • Parking »

    Information about parking, including rates and lot locations.

  • Patient meals »

    Patient Food Services is focused on serving quality meals that are planned to meet patientsí needs.

  • Preparing for your surgery »

    Learn what you can do to prepare for surgery at Sunnybrook Hospital.

  • Room accommodations  »

    Staff work hard to assist you in your requests for semi-private or private accommodation. Medical need is the first priority when assigning rooms.

  • Telephones »

    Information about our bedside telephone service.

  • Televisions »

    Information about bedside television rentals, rates and service availability.

  • Your privacy »

    Learn about how we collect and use personal health information, and read our pledge to protect your information.

  • Your safety »

    In case of emergency while on the Sunnybrook campus, call 5555. This number is reserved for life threatening or personal safety issues only. State the nature of your emergency and provide your location so that help can be dispatched to you quickly.