Let's make healthy change happen
Our health care system is changing
Learn more about new and expanded health care options:
- Local pharmacists - can now renew existing prescriptions and give flu shots
- Increased home visits - more health care providers serving seniors and others with complex conditions in their homes
- Extended hours - flexible Family Health Team care, including after-hours
- Diabetes Education Centres - local programs to help prevent and manage type 2 diabetes
Find health care locations by postal code or by type of service. Quickly and easily search for services like walk-in/after hours clinics.
Did you know?
You can call Telehealth Ontario
(1-866-797-0000), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and get free health advice from a Registered Nurse?
You can also make Ontario healthy by improving your own health. Here’s how:
Making choices to improve your health today will make you feel better, reduce stress, and can prevent diseases.
Need some help and support to stay healthy? There are programs and tools to help improve your health and prevent diseases.
Need help managing your or your loved one’s disease? There is a lot of information to help you understand more about illness and what you should be doing to improve your health.
If you smoke, deciding to quit is a big step towards better health. The benefits are both immediate and long-term, for you and your loved ones. But it is not easy! Fortunately, there is a lot of support and information available for people who want to give up smoking.
In the early stages, breast cancer, cervical cancer and colorectal cancer can be impossible to see or feel. That’s why regular screening is important. Use our Time to Screen Tool to find out when you should start screening for breast cancer, colorectal cancer or cervical cancer.