FOR PATIENTS AND VISITORS: You must self-screen and wear a mask if entering the Emergency Department, waiting areas, patient rooms or other patient care areas. All Unity Health Toronto spaces are mask-friendly. Learn more about our current guidelines for visitors.

St. Joseph’s Health Centre

Transit Notice: Please be advised that the TTC has announced that the eastbound stop at The Queensway and Glendale Avenue has been removed due to construction. The westbound stop at The Queensway and Glendale Ave will remain in service.

Construction Alert: Please be advised that the City of Toronto and TTC are currently doing construction work around St. Joseph’s. Please plan ahead for your appointment. For more information about this project please visit: www.toronto.ca/kqqr

St. Joseph’s Health Centre Toronto is a Catholic community teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto and accredited with exemplary standing by Accreditation Canada.

30 The Queensway,
Toronto, ON
M6R 1B5

416-530-6000

Emergency

The Emergency Department is located on the ground floor in the Barnicke Wing, just inside the Emergency entrance.

Parking

  • The main parking garage is located on Sunnyside Ave.
  • Limited underground parking is available in the Our Lady of Mercy (OLM) Wing located off Sunnyside Avenue (just north of the main garage).
  • There is some surface parking near the Emergency Department. To access this parking area, please use the main Emergency driveway off Glendale Ave.

On-Site Directions

Keeping Our Site Clean

St. Joseph’s is located in the heart of Roncesvalles, just steps from some of the city’s most vibrant residential and commercial streets. Whether you’re visiting the site to work, learn, receive care or visit a loved one, it’s important that we treat the site and community with kindness and respect. One way to do this is by keeping the neighbourhood clean. Please be mindful of your garbage and dispose of the following items properly:

  • Cigarette butts go in cigarette butt disposals on City of Toronto garbage cans
  • Masks and gloves go in garbage bins
  • Pop cans go in recycling bins
  • Organic waste should be placed in compost bins

Thank you for helping us keep Unity Health and our surrounding neighbourhoods clean. To learn more about how to dispose of various materials, please use the Waste Wizard on the City of Toronto website.

Last updated December 19, 2023