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2 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5B 1J3, Canada

(416) 591-2000

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Almost every appointment I have ever had with the family practice has been at least 45 minutes late. Defeats the purpose of having an appointment. If you have a schedule or anything else to do during your day make sure you allow plenty of extra time to waste sitting in the waiting room or to calm down after becoming infuriated at waiting for an appointment that only you seem to care to keep.

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Pain Clinic; I waited 6 months for an appointment, 2 hours in a tiny room to see the doctor, during the time he finally came in, he walked out twice to take personal cell calls. He told the resident in training that Loblaws pharmacy gets illegal pain meds from China and India and the only place to get prescriptions filled was downstairs at Rexall...a kick back there? I have left messages and been on hold for half hour at a time, I walked into the the clinic and left a message with the receptionist, and still they have not called me back to make an appointment, this is over three weeks. If they don't call back this week I will go to a private pain clinic. Honestly I have never dealt with anything so unprofessional as this place. It's a joke, but not a funny one. Tell us all how you can make an appointment for treatment at a pain clinic that doesn't return your calls? How do you justify this lack of treatment?

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I was hurt while on a bicycle when car door opened on me. The door struck my thigh and luckily a Toronto Motorcycle officer witnessed the accident. Since my thigh was swelling and I could not afford an ambulance, he advised me to go to the nearest hospital which was Women's College Hospital. This was around 1988 but I was DECLINED at emergency and was instructed that since I was a man, and it wasn't a serious nature that I was to GO to another hospital. I then rode to the Doctor's hospital. You have to understand that back them, it was legal to DISCRIMINATE against certain groups. I did contact my MPP but was told that it was legal due to what men did to women!!!

womenscollegehospital.ca
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I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT 1 WEEK NOW AND IM STILL WAITING TO SPEAK TO SOMEONE! ......

womenscollegehospital.ca
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Everything work for me today, came 1/2 hour before appointment get my parking spot underground no problem. Registration 5min and called to doctor on time. Can't be better.

womenscollegehospital.ca
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The lady I seen to talk to was nice. Aside from that, the lady at the front desk had some attitude. After I talked to the lady for my own things, I went back to the front desk to make an appointment. Instead of helping me, she instead gave me a card, told me to call them & make an appointment over the phone. Then she left. I've been calling for three days to make one appointment. This is so frustrating. It shouldn't take anyone three days & counting to make an appointment. Also, it wasn't busy when I asked to make an appointment. I was the only one in line.

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Very friendly and patience staff. Nice environment. Free Wifi access. Food court & others shops inside.

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Since they combined all the clinics together in one location, things have been nothing but headache and long waiting times for even the simplest thing. For example, bay clinic used to have their own pharmacy store. Get in, see the doctor, get your drugs and out the door you go. Now we have to go through rexall and it's a minimum waiting time of 15mins just for them to put your "order" in the system so you can your meds! On top of that, the pharmacists there are rude and have no sense of customer service. Unreal.

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I had my son here. He was born with a difficult heart condition. It was hard for him to gain weight but the nurses at the hospital helped me both learn to breastfeed and also prevent my son from developing jaundice by integrating formula into a feeding routine that met both our needs (my sons and mine). I made a personal attachment with my nurses and found their knowledge and bedside manner to be wonderful. I also toom a prenatal class witbin the hospital and learned much.

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Iwas transferres from Northern Ontario; had an emergency c-section. My daughter was born at 29 weeks at 2lbs 2oz. The staff was awesome at making me feel at home. Thank you!

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Not familiar with other departments within this establishment, however, the dermatology sector booked my appointment in October for 3 months ahead in January for a simple consultation. They cancelled my appointment, and insisted it was for November, than tried to book another appointment 2 months from now in March. Totally unreliable, terrible customer service, do yourself a favour and find another dermatology clinic.

womenscollegehospital.ca
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I have the( BRCA-1 GENE)(same as Angelina Jolie) needed double mastectomy with reconstruction latter on) Received Excellent Services! From RECEPTIONISTS to DOCTORS, SURGEON'S and their TEAM! Everyone VERY NICE & VERY SYMPATHETIC towards patients and our families! Very Happy I decided to came here!

womenscollegehospital.ca
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Every appointment I have here is about 45 minutes behind schedule, but the quality of my endocrinologist has been so so amazing that it makes up for any delay.

womenscollegehospital.ca
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Include a REXALL pretty new hospital

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I came to this place a few years ago. I came for the Depo shot. First time they refused to give it to me and insisted on give me a full examination before I was allowed to get the shot at a different appointment. When next shot was due they refused to give it to me and made me buy a super expensive planB (which would have done nothing for me given I live with my partner) but was made to think I would get no birthcontrol if I didnt comply. At the next shot they refused to give ut to me because file said I needed another phosical. Of course it had been only 8 month ago since they gave me a full phisical but why not. At that time I was also told that my having gained 10 kilograms was putting me at risk for a stroke and that I was probably going to have one soon. SO.... I am 5.5 and my original weight was 140 lb (63 kilograms) and at this time my weight was 73 Kg. I was made to feel I was obesel. At this time I did not receive Birth control. I was also told that I was getting too old at (33/34) and I should probaby get out of birth control so I can have children. Finally, the last time I went, they had no appointment for me. I told the receptionist this same story and complimented it with "of course you don't have my appointment) I had 2 or 3 full body exams, tests done. Physicals, and pretty much had to bed for my birth control. This Women centre is exactly the place where women come to feel humiliated and to remember that kn this society you truly have no rights. I will never come back here and I hope you never give it a try yourself. Any other place is a better alternative.

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womenscollegehospital.ca
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Horrible experience, they aren't really there to help you. They have no emotions , it's almost like talking to a wall they just don't care. They don't understand anything. All they care about is how they look.

womenscollegehospital.ca
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I was so very happy to be in this place, it is so beautiful and modern, hahaha some if the lay out is weird but super nice, I came to have my iud removed, and the whole experience was just amazing and so easy! I didnt have to wait hours, and my doctor Sara Taman was the most amazing warm and caring woman.She made me feel so good, I was super nervious since my past experience with the gino, but she made it all better.I love this place and I love my doctor !

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As an update to Ryan's review.  Women's College Hospital has now officially split from Sunnybrook Health Science's Centre.So any new babies born will be at Sunnybrook.  Reason for this is there are no inpatient beds at Women's Colle

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The new building is great, especially compared to the old one, and the new building is only in its first phase.Being new it is much for accessible than older hospitals including washrooms, although it is weird that the design has half a flight of stairs at the front door requiring an elevator to get to the main lobby for those who can't do stairs.I am sure it varies from doctor to doctor but anytime I have been to WCH I haven't waited longer than 10 minutes, where at other hospitals like St Mike's and Sunnybrook I have waited more than 30 minutes past the scheduled appointment time but again, that might have more to do with certain specialists being busier than others.I do find the staff and volunteers friendlier than most.

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I came here for my IUD a couple years ago and went with my friend when she got hers last week. It isn't as personalized an experience as smaller clinics, but the professionalism and graciousness of the staff make up for it.The nurses and doctors here are ridiculously well-informed and I feel safer knowing that they do these kinds of procedures many times a day. They make the process as efficient and painless as possible. They will answer all questions that you have patiently and without condescension.Just beware - if your appointment is at the same time the clinic opens, they may not be open when you arrive. Also, the secretary will at times leave the desk for prolonged periods of time and then you won't be able to get into the second waiting room. Also, they are serious about the no cellphone rule. Any talking on the phone and they can turn mean quick. Yet somehow, texting and playing games on the cell are a-okay.

womenscollegehospital.ca
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A nice and modern health care facility. Refreshing and courteous staff (the ones I've encountered). Hopefully you don't need the hospital, not a bad one if you do!

womenscollegehospital.ca
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OK, it was 2:00am on Sunday morning and my wife went into labour.  We made it to the hospital after driving 10km's an hour in a snow storm and as soon as we got there they immediately ushered us into a room and provided medical attention to my wife.  Everyone there was so friendly, helpful and more importantly, patient and spoke in "plain English" that we could not believe that we were in a hospital.  Anyone that has ever waited 5 yrs in emergency will know where I am coming from.If anyone out there is wondering where to have a child, I strongly suggest this hospital, everyone there is great, friendly and most of all make the labour experience as pleasant as possible.PS -  For all the women out there, I thought I had a high pain threshold....Good God NO! It doesn't come even close to what you experience during labour.

womenscollegehospital.ca
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Planning a trip to the hospital isn't part of people's weekend plans but life happens and sometimes, you have to. It wasn't my plan to visit the Urgent Care Clinic at Women's College Hospital last night but I had to. Firstly, I'm fine. Well, sort of. I've been better... It's a long story but luckily, I was able to leave the clinic after a few hours and I slept in my own bed that night. The Urgent Care Clinic is open from 7am to 10pm, 7 days a week. I was lucky that on a Sunday evening, it wasn't very busy. This meant I was able to see a doctor quickly.  Visiting a hospital alone or even with a friend can be a worrisome experience. But you have nothing to fear as you'll be taken care of.Here's what happens: you go the reception desk, present your valid health card and fill out a form. You meet with a nurse in triage where they will listen to your health problem, check your blood pressure, and take notes for the doctor. Then you have to wait in the waiting room before you're called into the emergency unit. Depending on how busy the clinic is, you might wait a few minutes or few hours. You're given a folder, your folder, and you're asked to enter the emergency unit where you have to sit and wait for your turn to see a doctor.You're taken to a room where the doctor will check your symptoms, listen to your health issues and run a series of tests, like blood work or X-rays. Again, it depends on how busy things are when you visit. I was able to complete my tests quickly and meet with the doctor afterwards to discuss the next steps. All of the units, waiting rooms, corridors, even washrooms, are impeccably clean and organized. Everyone, the receptionist, doctors and nurses, are incredibly nice, knowledgeable, caring and patient. These people work very hard - my nurse was wrapping up a 12-hours shift - so please, remember that they are there to help you. If you live downtown and you have acute symptoms - if it's urgent, you know that 3-digit number to call - I strongly recommend the Urgent Care Clinic at Women's College Hospital. It's there for us and for our well-being should we need them in the future. But here's hoping you won't have to.

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2 Carlton St, Toronto, ON M5B 1J3, Canada
(416) 591-2000

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76 Grenville St, Toronto, ON M5S 1B2, Canada
(416) 323-6400

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76 Grenville Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1B1, Canada
(416) 323-6400