It’s flu season! Please do not visit any of our admitted patients while you are sick. If you must visit, please tell the unit manager, nurse or unit clerk that you are sick when you arrive.
Member of the media? Here’s what you need to know about working with UHN.
We liaise with media to highlight UHN-led initiatives and research and work to identify experts to comment on health stories of the day. Our first priority is to accommodate news media covering stories directly related to UHN activities and patient care. All other requests are considered on an individual basis, with patients and staff in mind.
If you know who you would like to speak to, please contact the
Public Affairs representative at the hospital where the expert is located. They will assist you in promptly booking and facilitating an interview request.
If you don’t have a specific expert in mind, contact the
Public Affairs representative for the site or specialty you are interested in. He or she can help recommend an appropriate spokesperson for you.
UHN’s policy is that all film crews on hospital property must be supervised by a UHN Public Affairs representative. Please contact the Public Affairs representative for the hospital where you would like to film. Our first priority is to accommodate accredited news media covering stories directly related to UHN activities and patient care. All other requests are considered on an individual basis.
Due to legislative requirements, we are unable to provide comment on any patient who has received care at one of our sites. To learn more about privacy policies, please visit UHN's
Freedom of Information requests are made through UHN’s FIPPA Coordinator. To learn more, visit the
Freedom of Information page.
Public Affairs and Patient Relations are not the same department. Patient Relations supports patients and their families during hospital stays or visits. The
UHN Ombudsman provides patients and families with an opportunity to express compliments, concerns, questions and suggestions.