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347 Rumsey RoadToronto, ONM4G 1R7
Rumsey Centre - Neuro345 Rumsey RoadToronto, ONM4G 1R7
Rumsey Centre - Cardiac Floor Plan
Rumsey Centre - Neuro Floor Plan
Please use Kilgour Road when travelling to Rumsey Centre via vehicle. There is no access via Rumsey Road. Accessible parking is located at the front entrance. Pay for accessible parking at the pay and display machine outside the front entrance. Parking is also available behind the building in the backlot. Take a ticket and go through the gate to reach the backlot parking.
There is no after-hours access to either building at Rumsey Centre.
Subway/BusThe 34, 51, 54 or 56 bus goes along Eglinton. You can catch it eastbound from Eglinton or Eglinton West subway stations, on the Yonge-University-Spadina line (Line 1). Get off at Rumsey Road and walk three blocks north.
Eglinton Avenue East and Bayview Avenue (north of Eglinton, east of Bayview).
You can drop people off in front of the wheelchair accessible main entrances to either the Neuro or Cardiac rehab buildings.
There are many ways we can help with your visit to UHN. Learn more about the
Accessibility Services we provide and how we can help you with your visit.
Wheelchair-accessible parking is available at all UHN parking lots. Learn about how to get an
accessible parking permit.