St. Michael's Hospital has strong partnerships with more than 65 organizations and has been formally affiliated with the University of Toronto since 1920. Some examples of our major partnership networks are listed below.
The Mid-East Toronto Sub-Region is a local health planning area which supports the development of integrated local systems focused on better health outcomes for local residents. It is fostering coordination and integration to improve care outcomes for the population and patient and provider experience. Find out more.
The purpose of the First Nations, Métis, Inuit and Urban Indigenous Community Advisory Panel (CAP) is to assist and advise the network of Providence Healthcare, St. Joseph’s Health Centre and St. Michael’s Hospital in providing culturally aware, sensitive, competent, safe and holistic services for individuals and families within the First Nations, Métis, Inuit and Indigenous communities. Find out more.
Hospital Collaborative on Vulnerable and Marginalized Populations
Founded in May 2007, the Hospital Collaborative (HC) is a group of Hospitals working in partnership to reduce health inequities for vulnerable and marginalized populations.
South East Toronto Organization
A collaboration of health and social services from downtown Toronto to South Riverdale acting since1989 to improve the health and wellness of local residents, especially disadvantaged populations.
Wellesley Institute - Health Network on Uninsured Clients
Founded in April 2007 to examine and increase access to health services in Toronto for uninsured and undocumented people.
Healthcare Interpetation Network
Founded in 1990 to develop strategies that promote awareness of and address language barriers that inhibit the quality of health care provided to patient populations with limited English proficiency. Interpretation services learns about new interpretation standard, best practices, and different models of service delivery. There is information and knowledge exchange with our agencies through which we deliver services that consequently results in best practices in service provision.
Senior Pride Network
A network of health and social service providers dedicated to promoting appropriate services and a positive, caring environment for older gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersexed and 2-spirited people in Toronto.
Toronto Oral Health Care Coalition
A group of health, government and social services concerned about access to dental care for non-privately insured children, adults and seniors.