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Ambulatory Care

Our interdisciplinary teams provide a continuum of care for our discharged inpatients and patients referred from throughout Ontario. Our outpatient program offers continued rehabilitation for burns, strokes and neurological conditions, amputations, musculoskeletal conditions, organ transplants, oncology, and traumatic injuries.

Referrals & Admissions

Outpatient Referral Forms

Please include all required documentation outlined in the Referral Requirements document:
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PDF Download Neurological Rehab Referral Requirements (106kb pdf)

Download our Outpatient Referral Form on our referral information page.

Outpatient Admission Criteria

  • Patient must be able to actively participate in the rehabilitation program
  • Patient must be able to arrange/manage own transportation

Program Details

Man on exercise bikeThe Ambulatory Care program provides interdisciplinary services including specialized assessments & treatments, and care liason. We also offer fee-for-service wellness clinics in massage therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic and chiropody services and an arthritis aquatic program.

Interdisciplinary Services

Specialized assessments:

  • Progressive treatment assessments
  • Psychological consultations and assessment
  • Psychosocial assessment
  • Home assessment visits
  • Wheelchair, seating and mobility, and gait assessments
  • Equipment prescription as an Assistive Device Program authorizer

Please note: St. John’s Rehab is not a Ministry of Transportation approved Driving Assessment Centre.

Specialized treatment:

  • Hydrotherapy
  • Diabetic education, nutrition counselling and classes
  • Pain management
  • Static and dynamic splinting
  • Family support education and counselling
  • Self-medication education
  • Work readiness / work conditioning
  • Reconditioning therapy
  • Activities of daily living
  • Energy conservation and stress management techniques
  • Exercise and progressive conditioning
  • Extensive manual therapy

Care Liaison:

  • Liaison with referring physicians, therapist, WSIB
  • Appropriate referrals to other programs

Location and contact

Ambulatory Care Program

St. John's Rehab
285 Cummer Avenue
Toronto, ON M2M 2G1

Phone: 416-224-6948
Fax: 416-226-3358