Sherbourne Health

Sherbourne Health Bus, Interprofessional Primary Care Program


Description
Mobile clinic that provides services to people who are experiencing homelessness or who are underhoused

For current schedule of stops: healthbus.ca/schedule

Moss Park Interprofessional Primary Care (IPC) Program

Provides low-barrier primary care to those experiencing homelessness or who are underhoused. Operates every weekday in Moss Park area (please see schedule for times and locations) - staffed by Case Managers, Nurse Practitioners and Community Support Workers.
  • general health assessments, preventative screening and point of care testing
  • referrals to primary care and healthcare providers
  • ongoing primary care including wound care and basic foot care
  • overdose prevention (Naloxone) and harm reduction supplies
  • community navigation, brief case management
  • preventative care such as PAP tests and colorectal screening
  • sexual health testing including HIV and Hep C testing
  • safer sex and harm reduction supplies
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
Office
416-324-4180
Website
Visit Website
Email
[email protected]
Mailing Address
333 Sherbourne St
Toronto, ON, M5A 2S5
Canada
Languages
English
Fees
None
Documents Required
No documents required
Accessibility
Fully accessible - Bus is wheelchair accessible, with an integrated chairlift
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Last Updated On
May 28, 2024
Location
Toronto
Hours of Operation
Hours vary; call or visit website for current schedule
Service Area(s)
Toronto Downtown