The entrance to our emergency department is on the north side of our building, off Wilson Avenue.

Visiting Hours

Due to COVID-19, and under guidance from the Chief Medical Officer, visitor restrictions are in place during this time.


Visitors who feel unwell (fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat): please do not visit at this time.

We are pleased to report that visiting will commence at Humber River Hospital on June 24, 2020, for essential visitors.

The return of visits will be different from before the COVID-19 pandemic period.  There will NOT BE a resumption of OPEN visiting at this time. The number of visitors is being restricted for the safety of all patients and staff, as COVID-19 continues to be present in the community.

This is what you need to know about the visits at this stage of the Pandemic:

  1. Visits will have to be scheduled with your care teams based on the frequency recommended by the Toronto Region Hospitals guidance.
  2. Each patient can only have 1 (one) visitor for an hour on their scheduled day.
  3. The visit will be restricted to the patient’s room only at this time.
  4. All visitors must enter through the North and South entrances of the hospital.
  5. Visiting hours are between 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Each patient may have an identified designated visitor and alternate visitor.  We will be contacting you to determine who will be the designated visitor and/or the alternate visitor. In addition, the social worker will be contacting you to establish your visiting schedule and time.

  • The visitor will be screened at each visit to ensure they have no signs and symptoms of COVID-19 or any other communicable illness. Visitors with communicable illness symptoms will not be allowed to visit. The visitor must pass the screening assessment with each visit.
  • Visitors will be required to clean your hands and wear a mask. The mask or face covering must be clean and cover both nose and mouth.  If visitors do not have a mask or face covering, we will provide a mask at the entrance.
  • Visitors must clean hands with the hand sanitizer when entering the hospital and when entering and exiting the patient’s room.
  • Must maintain 2 meters or 6 feet between the patients and the visitor at all times

We look forward to seeing you again.  Thank you in advance for your support, understanding and patience as we resume visiting while preventing virus spread.

Learn more here.

Portals of Care

Our clinic entrances are on the south side of the building off of Sir William Hearst Ave.

At Humber River Hospital, we are always working to improve the patient experience. To that end, we’ve divided our south entrance into 4 Portals: A, B, C and D.

These portals are colour coded to match the nearest clinics.

  • Mental Health & Addictions
  • Breast Health
  • Cancer Care
  • Medical Imaging
  • Medical Surgical Clinics
  • Cardiology
  • Respiratory & Neurodiagnostics
  • Ambulatory Procedures
  • Bariatric
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health
  • Healthy Living Clinic
  • Medical Daycare
  • Paediatric Clinic
  • Fracture Clinic
  • Plastic Surgery Clinic


We offer proximity parking off Wilson Avenue for patients coming for Dialysis treatments. This parking lot is only for Dialysis patients and you can buy passes here.

The Patient Experience

The Reactivation Care Centre is a collaborative and innovative approach designed to help patients who no longer need acute care services, but often find themselves waiting for an alternate care facility, such as convalescent and long-term care.

A significant investment has been made at the Reactivation Care Centre to refresh and replace equipment so that patients and their families have access to the specialized care they need in a restorative setting.

We are excited to offer this opportunity to many of our patients and their families and believe the benefits will allow patients to resume more normal routines and restore their independence.

It’s all about delivering patient care in the most appropriate setting where patient privacy, dignity and safety are a top priority.

Learn more at reactivationcarecentre.ca