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North Toronto Sub-Region Team

As the hospital resource partner in the North Toronto Sub-Region, Sunnybrook is committed to working with partners along the continuum of care to create an integrated and sustainable system, to focus on the needs and experiences of the patients we collectively care for.

Working with primary care

The north Toronto primary care team is working closely with local primary care providers to improving access to care for patients and improving connections between providers and services.

SCOPE – Seamless Care Optimizing the Patient Experience

North Toronto Sub-Region interprofessional primary care (IPC) team

  • IPC Team partners with family physicians in solo-practice in caring for more complex patients and offers equitable access for patients to interprofessional care
  • Led by Baycrest, in partnership with Toronto North Support Services, Otter Creek Family Health Organization and Sunnybrook, providing interprofessional assessment and treatment including home assessments
  • For more information, please contact the Sunnybrook SCOPE Nurse Navigator or ipct@baycrest.org

Telemedicine IMPACT Plus (TIP) Clinic

  • Telemedicine IMPACT Plus provides rapid access to a virtual team of professionals to enable proactive health and social care for patients with complex conditions, and their family caregivers
  • The Primary Care Provider, patient, and their family caregivers benefit from the support of a dedicated nurse who coordinates the patient’s circle of care. The TIP consultation clinic empowers the patient and their caregivers to manage complex health conditions
  • Referrals can be sent using the TIP referral form 
  • For more information, please contact the North Sub-Region TIP Facilitator kay.mcgarvey@sunnybrook.ca

Health services directory for primary care providers

  • The Health Services Directory is a comprehensive online directory providing primary care providers with up-to-date and complete information on specialists and community service providers within the Toronto region to support their patients
  • An initiative of the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) and hosted on the Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN),the directory provides referral related information on over 3,000 specialists in the Toronto region and 10,000 specialist OTN profiles province-wide.
  • View the Health Services Directory 

Additional information for primary care providers

Home and Community Care Physician Hotline 416-506-9888
Temmy Latner Palliative Care Phone Support 416-586-4800 ext. 7884
Rapid Access Clinic for Low Back Pain

416-967-8617

First Link Program for individuals affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia 416-322-6560
Toronto Seniors Helpline, for seniors and caregivers to receive information and access to community, home and crisis services 416-217-2077
cnap.ca
Big White Wall, an online mental peer support and self-management tool for adults and youth 16+ experiencing symptoms of mild to moderate depression and anxiety bigwhitewall.ca
BounceBack, a free self-help program designed to help adults and youth 15+ tackle depression and anxiety bouncebackontario.ca

Resources for primary care physicians

Telemedicine IMPACT Plus (TIP) Clinic

  • Telemedicine IMPACT Plus provides rapid access to a virtual team of professionals to enable proactive health and social care for patients with complex conditions, and their family caregivers

OHT resources for physicians

The North Toronto Sub-Region team exists in partnership with: