Our UHN programs and services are among the most advanced in the world. We have grouped our physicians, staff, services and resources into 10 medical programs to meet the needs of our patients and help us make the most of our resources.
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Our 10 medical programs are spread across eight hospital sites – Princess Margaret, Toronto General, Toronto Rehab’s five sites, Toronto Western – as well as our education programs through the Michener Institute of Education at UHN. Learn more about the services, programs and amenities offered at each location.
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UHN is one of Ontario's sites that have been designated to receive and administer COVID-19 vaccines to priority populations. Eligibility criteria has been set by the government of Ontario and is being provided on a priority basis.
UHN is no longer pre-registering people in the "Highest Risk" category. All eligible patients can now register through the provincial vaccine call centre: 1 833 943 3900. Patients currently registered with UHN and awaiting their first dose do not need to take any actions. These individuals will continue to be prioritized for booking of 1st dose in one of the UHN clinics.
Please note: Patients with "Highest-Risk" health conditions who already received their first dose at a UHN Vaccine clinic will receive their second dose at the same clinic.
UHN is no longer registering age-based general public. All adults, 60+ (born 1961 or before), in Toronto, can now register through the
provincial booking system for a vaccination clinic in Toronto. Adults 55+ can register at select Toronto pharmacies. You can also call the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1 888 999 6488 (TTY 1 866 797 0007).
Please note that registration for priority group ages 18-49 with postal codes M5V, M6E, M6H, has been temporarily paused. Anyone who has already registered will be contacted by UHN or the Ministry of Health when an appointment is available. Registration will re-open for this group when additional vaccine supply is confirmed.
The Government of Ontario and City of Toronto are deciding how the vaccine is being distributed. UHN is following the Government's decision when distributing the vaccine to staff and patients.
The following groups have been prioritized to receive their vaccination at UHN:
At this time, we are not booking any other groups. Priority groups for receiving the vaccine are designated by the Province of Ontario and will be shared by the Ministry of Health.
Eligible priority groups can use the
UHN vaccine registry, and will be sent a booking link when slots become available. TeamUHN and health care workers in the hospital collaborative should continue to check their emails for registration links when they become eligible.
Please do not call the hospital to inquire about an appointment.
The UHN vaccine clinics are not accepting any walk-ins.
Anyone who arrives without a pre-scheduled appointment and confirmed time will be turned away.
Vaccinations are subject to supply availability and shipment. If there are any changes to your appointment, we will let you know.
Learn more about Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine strategy on the Ontario government website.
Last updated: April 19, 2021