Click the links below to find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Sherbourne Health.
Answers to FAQs:
Who are the health care providers at Sherbourne? —
Our team of healthcare providers includes nurses, health promoters, mental health counsellors, outreach workers, dietitians, client resource workers and physicians. As well, we can provide access to psychiatric services. Chiropractic and Naturopathic services are provided by our on-site partners.
What services can you offer me?
We offer a wide variety of programs and services to help you access community resources, care for your children and family, cope with trauma, address lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans health issues, and obtain much needed health support. Our team strives to offer programs and services in a welcoming, safe environment. —
Is Sherbourne open to everyone?
Our programs and services are tailored to meet the many needs of the diverse communities of mid east Toronto. Although our services are open to residents of the city at large, Sherbourne specializes in helping people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans (LGBTQ), newcomers to Canada, homeless and under-housed people and local residents seeking primary health care. —
What if I can’t attend my appointment?
If you cannot make your appointment, please contact reception at (416) 324-4180 at least 24 hours before to cancel. To cancel an appointment with the naturopathic or chiropractic clinics, please contact the clinic directly.
Do I need to bring my OHIP card?
If you have a valid OHIP card, it is important to bring it with you for every appointment. However, if you do not have an OHIP card, you can still receive Sherbourne services free of charge. Our client resource workers can help you to get an OHIP card if you are eligible.
Where is Sherbourne located?
We are located at 333 Sherbourne Street. The nearest major intersection is Sherbourne and Carlton.
Visit our contact page for more information and a map.
Is Sherbourne wheelchair accessible?