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Sherbourne Health

Sherbourne Health Bus, Interprofessional Primary Care Program and Specialized Community Program


Description
COVID-19 -- Service suspended

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Moss Park Interprofessional Primary Care (IPC) Program (collaboration with Street Health)
  • case managers, nurse practitioners and community support workers provide low-barrier primary care services to those who are experiencing homelessness or who are underhoused
  • assessment, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of health conditions such as sexually transmitted infections, HIV and Hep C, diabetes and other chronic disease services
  • foot care and wound care
  • harm reduction supplies and overdose prevention (Naloxone)
  • preventive care and screening such as PAP tests and colorectal screening
  • counselling and emotional and crisis support
  • community service navigation
  • form filling assistance
  • housing support

Tuesday, 5:30 pm-9:30 pm, Queen St E at Sherbourne St (Maxwell Meighen Centre)

Wednesday, 5:30 pm-9:30 pm, Gerrard St E at George St

Friday, 6 pm-9 pm, Dundas St E at Sherbourne St (Margarets Drop-In Centre)

Saturday, 12:30 pm-3 pm, Dundas St E at Parliament St (Council Fire)


Health Bus Specialized Community Program
  • services geared towards client needs
  • sexual health services
  • point of care HIV testing
  • foot care
  • PAP tests
  • other services possible such as diabetes services or health promotion
  • across Toronto, with some stops specifically for clients of a particular agency
Second Wednesday of each month, 2 pm-4 pm
Corner of Richmond St & Parliament Street - this stop closed to those identifying as former or current sex workers, or clients of Sherbourne Health
Eligibility
Individuals who face barriers accessing health services, such as those experiencing homelessness or are under-housed; immigrant, refugee and newcomer communities; LGBT2
SQ community members; or people who face barriers connecting with primary care providers
Application Process
Drop in to location
Website
Visit Website
Email
info@sherbourne.on.ca
Mailing Address
333 Sherbourne St
Toronto, ON, M5A 2S5
Canada
Languages
English
Contact
Amika Gupta , Program Coordinator, Urban Health Team
Fees
None
Accessibility
Bus is wheelchair accessible, with an integrated chairlift
Topic(s)
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Copyright
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Last Updated On
October 13, 2020
Hours of Operation
COVID-19 -- Service suspended
Service Area(s)
Toronto