Best Hospitals In Toronto

Hello everyone, how are you all doing today? Ever wondered what the best Hospitals are in Toronto in 2020? I hope as you are reading this, you are doing fine, hopefully you are not sick, if you are sick or not feeling well, take one big deep breathe, clear your thoughts and read on. Do not worry, things will be fine as soon as you see a doctor who is qualified to look at your condition(s) and we have a list of the best general hospitals in Toronto to help you.

Today we will highlight the the best hospitals in Toronto for the 2020 calendar year. These hospitals are not necessary specializing in any particular field, example, this list is not listing the best hospitals for cancer patients or the best hospitals for people with heart conditions but it is a list of the best hospitals we can recommend if you first need to be diagnosed or for general treatment of an infection whether that could be a viral, fungal or bacterial infection. Injuries included as well. If you think we should add or remove a hospital, please contact us and let us know, you can also leave a comment below. Let’s begin the list.

Best Hospitals In Toronto

Outside of Sunnybrook Hospital Building

Sunnybrook Hospital Building

#1. Sunnybrook Hospital

Sunnybrook is one of the most up to date hospitals puts this hospital on top of the list. It has very excellent doctors and nurses. One cannot help but feel special when getting medical care at this hospital as the staff treat you like you are the only patient there. The birthing unit at this hospital is remarkable. In addition to that, the hospital has multiple cafeterias and a well-kept bookstore. It is also very accessible as buses pull right up into the hospital’s parking lot. Sunnybrook’s groundbreaking research changes the way patients are treated around the world. Our over 200 scientists and clinician-scientists conduct more than $100 million of breakthrough research each year. Sunbrook’s strategic areas of focus are: Cancer, Heart and vascular, High risk maternal and newborn, Image guided brain therapies and Trauma.

#2. SickKids Hospital

SickKids Hospital Building

Hospital for Sick Kids

SickKids hospital does not only provide medical care but it also makes sure that the patients have a good time while they are there. The non-medical services and the care workers are just amazing; they are energetic and positive. The hospital has an emergency room that’s well-streamlined for kids. There are also a lot of windows which make the place look bright. The hospital provides great support for all stakeholders. There are always a lot of activities going on at the hospital for both patients and their families. SickKids is one of the world’s largest and most respected pediatric academic health sciences center, offering comprehensive services across a wide range of clinical specialties.

#3. Mount Sinai Hospital

Mount Sinai Hospital Building

Mount Sinai Hospital Building

Mount Sinai hospital is well known for quality of natal care, as well as having a wonderful broad community feel. You can forget that you are sick when you go to this hospital because of its wonderful environment. The staff at the hospital are quick, efficient and calm. They are also very friendly and always willing to help. Besides that, the hospital has some great food selections on the main floor. Mount Sinai is part of Sinai Health System, is as an internationally recognized 442-bed acute care academic health sciences center affiliated with the University of Toronto. Clinical strengths include women’s and infants’ health, chronic disease management, specialized cancer care, emergency medicine, and geriatrics. Mount Sinai has been designated with Exemplary Status from Accreditation Canada and every aspect of patient care is anchored in a rigorous quality plan and monitoring of safety and quality goals. Mount Sinai is the first hospital in Canada to receive Magnet® status for nursing excellence and patient care.

#4. St. Michael’s Hospital

St Michael's Hospital Building

St Michael’s Hospital Building

St Michael’s hospital is well known for managing adult peoples health. It is decent and has the best doctors and nurses. They are very professional and care a lot about their patients. They also treat the patients with respect and dignity. The emergency department at this hospital is also excellent; it does not have a bad wait time. The food varieties at this hospital are also incredible. St. Michael’s Hospital is a Catholic teaching and research hospital founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph in 1892 to care for the sick and poor of Toronto’s inner city. Affectionately known as the Urban Angel, St. Michael’s is renowned for providing exceptional patient care. As downtown Toronto’s adult trauma center, the hospital is a hub for neurosurgery, complex cardiac and cardiovascular care, diabetes and osteoporosis care, minimally invasive surgery and care of the homeless and disadvantaged.

#5. Toronto General Hospital

Toronto General Hospital Building

Toronto General Hospital Building

Toronto General Hospital (TGH) is one of Toronto’s oldest hospitals, dating back to 1819 when the Loyal and Patriotic Society of Upper Canada organized a trust fund to support the construction and maintenance of a hospital in the provincial capital, the Town of York. Among its world firsts, TGH performed the world’s first successful single lung transplant in 1983, followed by the first double-lung transplant in 1986. In 1950, the first external heart pacemaker was used in an open-heart resuscitation. And in 1922, insulin was developed and saw its first clinical use in the treatment of diabetes on a young patient at TGH.​​​


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Rebecca Pickens

Rebecca Pickens

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