Sat, Dec 24, 2016 Closed After Hour Clinic -726 Bloor, Suite 207 (Check website for time) Physician: Dr. Bev Jackson Note: Building closed; please call 416-538-3939 to obtain entry. Sun, Dec 25, 2016 Closed Mon, Dec 26, 2016 Closed Tue, Dec 27, 2016 Closed After Hour Clinic (During Day)– 726 Bloor, Suite B102 (Check website […]
Taddle Creek FHT News
My Cancer IQ Making a few changes to your lifestyle can go a long way towards reducing your risk of cancer. My CancerIQ is an online risk assessment tool that helps determine your cancer risk, relative to other Ontarians, and creates a personalized plan to take control. Build your cancer risk profile Answer key questions […]
The spring Taddler is here. Hope you enjoy it! Spring 2016 Taddler
Please note there will NOT be any Single Session Drop-in Clinic this coming Friday, May 27. Sorry for any inconveniences.
TC FHT went live with eHealth’s Connecting Ontario (cOntario) electronic health record system on May 16, 2016. cOntario gives TC FHT clinicians real-time access to relevant patient medical information (i.e. hospital discharge summaries, diagnostic imaging reports, Community Care Access Centers reports, etc.) for the purpose of providing care and treatment. Access to cOntario information will […]
We will be having a series of Senior Health Seminars presented by our Senior Advisory Volunteer Initiative (SAVI) group. Our first seminar, ‘The Aging Body’, presented by Dr. Barry Goldlist, geriatrician, will discuss why we grow old, why we are not sleeping the way we used to, and how our brain and nervous systems are […]
Welcome to Taddle Creek Family Health Team (FHT) new website. The new website has been created for our patients and anyone wanting to learn more about Taddle Creek FHT. Enjoy!
Learn about FREE group sessions, diabetes and depression, diabetes and drinking alcohol and what can go wrong when we sit for long periods, Enjoy! Diabetes Education Newsletter Winter 2015
Taddle Creek FHT annually chooses a charity to collectively contribute to during the holiday season. This year the team participated in the ‘Be A Santa to a Senior,’ a community program run by ‘Home Instead.’ The team carefully selected and beautifully wrapped 22 gifts for delivery this year. Great work! Sherry Kennedy, Executive Director
Flu season is here! The flu is a serious, acute, respiratory illness that can cause fever, chills, cough, runny eyes, stuffy nose, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, extreme weakness and fatigue. The good news? The flu shot will protect you. This year’s flu shot covers 3 strains, including H1N1 that has been the cause of […]