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Sunnybrook Academic Family Health Team
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Programs and services

Obstetrical/Prenatal Care

Are you looking for a family doctor to provide low-risk obstetrical care?

Care Navigation Team

The Care Navigation Team assists the patient and/or family in navigating the healthcare system.

Chronic Disease Self-Management Program

If you would like to participate in a 3 week ( 2 ½ hours each week) self- management program focusing on living with a chronic condition, please call 416-480-4805.

Diabetes Education Program (SUNDEC)

A team of healthcare professionals who specialize in teaching and supporting people with diabetes.

Dietitian and Nutritional Counselling

Our dietitians provide a wide range of counseling services including: nutrition across the lifespan, heart health and more.

Homebound Seniors Program

A program that provides team-based care to patients who are homebound and have difficulty accessing the clinic.

IMPACT Clinic (Interprofessional Model of Practice for Aging and Complex Treatments)

A comprehensive interprofessional team dedicated to improve chronic disease management.  

Nurse Practitioner

The nurse practitioner has an expanded scope of practice encompassing comprehensive assessment and diagnosis, ability to order and interpret diagnostic tests, prescribe medications and other treatments, and make referrals to specialists.

Occupational Therapy

The occupational therapist offers assessments for patients with chronic conditions or disability around activities of daily living with a goal to assist patients to optimize function and quality of life.

Pharmacy Services

The pharmacists offer medication reviews, working with patients and/or their caregivers to support the safe administration and management of multiple medications. Plus: see our smoking cessation tips & strategies.

Primary Care Nursing

Your nurse works in partnership with you and your family physician. Registered primary care nurses with experience in assisting families to stay healthy and supporting those with acute illness and chronic conditions are usually involved in some aspect of your visit, such as history taking, health teaching and/or performing procedures. Your nurse is also available to offer advise over the telephone during office hours.

Procedures Clinic

In this clinic, small procedures are conducted by residents under direct supervision by a clinic physician.

Psychiatry Shared Care

A program that delivers high-quality psychiatric care while at the same time providing for learning opportunities for ourselves and our residents.

Social Work and Counselling

Our social workers provide counseling and support for a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, grief and bereavement.

Clinic hours

Monday-Friday:
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(closed 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.)


After hours care »

Evening clinic:
Appointments are available. Please call your regular physician's number.

On-call service:
If you have urgent concerns about your health after regular clinic hours only, please call 416-480-4244 and ask that the family physician on-call be paged.


COVID-19 concerns »

If you are feeling unwell with any of the following symptoms:

Fever, new cough, muscle aches, difficulty breathing (or a combination of these symptoms)

Please complete the self-assessment questionnaire to determine if you need to be assessed at one of the COVID-19 Assessment Centres, or phone:

Toronto Public Health:
416-338-7600

TelehealthOntario:
1-866-797-0000


Important notice

If you or your family member are part of the Family Health Team and are admitted to a hospital, please let us know.


Uninsured services advisory

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