With generous gifting from the public and supporting organizations, our volunteer physicians, nurses, dentists, allied healthcare professionals and community memebers donate their skills, expertise, time and money unstintingly and without judgment to provide humanitarian medical care to uninsured refugees and others new to Canada. OurVolunteer dental team ensure that working poor Canadians with urgent dental care neeeds receive care.
CVC - Community Volunteer drop in clinics
On Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5 - 8 pm, we operate a walk-in clinic. A team of volunteer doctors and nurses provide primary health care services to those who require care and are living in Canada without a OHIP card. No appointment is needed
- General Family Medicine Care
- General Nursing care
- Vaccine Program
- Wound Care
- Diabetic care
- Medication Programs
Scarborough Woman's Assessment & Needs
The SWAN Clinic provides full spectrum health care to new Canadian women, including:
- Female family doctors and nurse practitioners
- Maternal, Pregnancy and Newborn Care with midwife partnership
- Cancer screening
- Social integration & Health Literacy support
Pediatric Outreach Program
POP Clinic- provides free healthcare to medically uninsured Children and Youth new to Canada (CYNTC), administered by pedatric residents from Toronto's Sick Kids hospital. By appointment only.
- Pediatricians and pediatric residents provide consultations
- Over 800 Kids and youth new to Canada treated
- One in four uninsured patients attending our Clinic is a medically uninsured newborn , child or youth.
Back to Action - Chiropractic Clinic
A team of chiropractors volunteer their time after hours to provide care for the medically unisured. They provide relief and rehabliltation, helping our pateients overcome their pain and regain mobility and strength.
- Spinal adjustment
- Therapeutic Exercies
Urban Dental Program
Dental Care for the working impoverished. Operated under the collaborative efforts of volunteer dentists, volunteers, community health members and donations from Toronto Public Health, the clinic provides urgent basic dental care to adults between 18 to 64 years old.
- Emergency Care
- X-rays, filings and extractions