Providing health care services for 30 years to over 24,000 patients in the community of College and Ossington, Health Choice Centre is located in a residential, ethically diverse community. We aim to provide the best care, based on the following principles and values:

Guiding Principles

  • Committed to maintaining a culture of mutual respect, accountability, confidentiality and collaboration
  • Effective communication and build positive relationships with patients and staff
  • Advocate for the health of patients by encouraging healthy living practices and illness prevention

Core Values

  • Treating everyone with respect, dignity and integrity
  • Continuous improvement through careful and considered change
  • Openness and honesty in all of our relationships and all we do

Principles for Success

  • Be Client-Focused in Addressing Patient Needs
  • Act Collaboratively with Patients in Search for Health Care Solutions
  • Be Resourceful to Our Patients
  • Strive for Excellence in Quality

In 2013, the Centre has been newly renovated including the implementation of our new electronic medical record system.  In addition to providing primary and acute health care services, we have expanded our services to provide laboratory services to all patients as well as health care services in cardiology, nutritional health and orthopedic. The Centre also has an on-site pharmacy.  In 2014, we have expanded our health care team to include specialists and a physician assistant.  In January 2018, the Centre expanded its facility with the inclusion of additional exam rooms in order to meet the increased demand for patient care services.

The Centre is a participant in the Seamless Care Optimizing the Patient Experience (SCOPE) collaborative pilot project between the University Health Network’s (UHN) Toronto Western Hospital (TWH), the Toronto Central Community Care Access Centre (TC CCAC), and Women’s College Hospital (WCH).  This enables our patients to access to community resources and specialist care for high-needs patients who are most at risk of avoidable emergency department visits and hospitalizations such as chronic care and complex care.