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Hospital resources

  • Accessibility »

    We are committed to preventing, identifying and removing barriers that impede an individual's ability to access care and services, or to work here.

  • Chaplains and spiritual support »

    Spiritual care affirms the inherent dignity and value of all persons, and respects different spiritual perspectives and practices — which may, or may not be rooted in a religious tradition.

  • Communications & Stakeholder Relations »

    Communications & Stakeholder Relations works to create, strengthen and maintain relationships between the hospital and its staff and patients, other hospitals, government groups, media and the general public.

  • Email a patient »

    A free email service to send messages to your family, friends and loved ones while they are patients here at Sunnybrook.

  • Freedom of Information Office »

    The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act ("FIPPA") is provincial legislation that will apply to Ontario hospitals on January 1, 2012.

  • Health Records »

    How to obtain copies of health records.

  • Interpreters »

    Sunnybrook can arrange for interpretation services. Please note that advance notice is required.

  • Lost & Found »

    If you are looking for a lost belonging, please call Security Services at 416-480-6100 ext. 2453 to inquire if your belonging was turned in.

  • MyChart »

    MyChart is a website where patients can access and manage their personal health information.

  • Office of the Patient Experience (Patient Relations) »

    If the staff on the unit or in the department have been unable to help address your concerns, you may wish to contact the Office of the Patient Experience.

  • Patient Navigation Advisor »

    Sunnybrook’s Patient Navigation Advisor's role is to help you better navigate the health care system by answering patient and visitor questions.

  • Pay a bill »

    There are a few situations in which patients are charged for products or services that are not covered by OHIP or other insurance.

  • Telemedicine »

    Telemedicine uses two-way videoconferencing and advanced information communication technologies to deliver examinations, treatments, clinical, education and administrative services to more than 360 urban, rural, and remote health care sites throughout Ontario.