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Doctors - Toronto Central

Family Doctors are general practitioners providing primary health care to people of all ages, and are regulated under the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA). The services listed can help locate a doctor in your community, or can handle patient complaints.

Alternatively, a list of local physicians can be found in the yellow pages. See also Community Health Centres for more listings.

You may visit a Walk-in Medical Clinic if you don't have a family doctor. If you have a medical emergency, call 911, or go to your nearest Emergency Department.

 
These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
Alliance for Healthier Communities  
970 Lawrence Ave W, Suite 500, North York, ON  M6A 3B6
416‑236‑2539
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario  
80 College St, Toronto, ON  M5G 2E2
416‑967‑2603
DoctorsOntario  
45 Sheppard Ave E, Suite 900, Toronto, ON  M2N 5W9
416‑412‑1474
Ontario College of Family Physicians  
400 University Ave, Suite 2100, Toronto, ON  M5G 1S5
416‑867‑9646
Ontario Medical Association  
150 Bloor St W, Suite 900, Toronto, ON  M5S 3C1
416‑599‑2580

These services are located outside of Toronto Central, but provide service to Toronto Central.
Canadian Orthopaedic Association  
4060 St Catherine St W, Suite 620, Westmount, QC  H3Z 2Z3
514‑874‑9003
College of Family Physicians of Canada (The)  
2630 Skymark Ave, Mississauga, ON  L4W 5A4
905‑629‑0900
Public Health Physicians of Canada  
1525 Carling Ave, Suite 404, Ottawa, ON  K1Z 8R9
613‑725‑9510
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada  
774 Echo Dr, Ottawa, ON  K1S 5N8
Reception: 613‑730‑8177
Services Centre: 613‑730‑6243

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