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Our rehabilitation programs help people regain or improve abilities they may have lost following an illness or injury.

We offer in-hospital rehabilitation for patients who are staying with us, and outpatient rehabilitation for people who can travel to the hospital for their rehabilitation session. The types of rehabilitation we offer are:


Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit

  • Intensive, short-term rehabilitation in-hospital.

Geriatric Assessment and Rehabilitation

  • Individualized rehabilitation for frail seniors who also have another condition, such as depression, delirium or risk of falls.

Stroke Rehabilitation

  • Rehabilitation with the goal of helping stroke survivors regain their independence 

Short-term Inpatient Rehabilitation

  • High-intensity general rehabilitation services for inpatients following injury or illness such as hip fractures, joint replacements, stroke and weakness or frailty resulting from surgical and medical conditions.


Contact information for Inpatient rehabilitation: 905-683-2320 ext. 13230

Outpatient Rehabilitation Services

Amputee Rehabilitation

  • Amputee Clinic: At this clinic we can help you improve your mobility and increase your independence by fitting you with an artificial limb.
  • Amputee Rehabilitation: Specialized care for people who benefit from artificial limb rehabilitation.

Cardiac Rehabilitation

  • Exercise programs, education classes, counselling and support for people who had a heart attack or who are at risk.

Hand Therapy

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Neurological Rehabilitation

Respiratory Rehabilitation 

Stroke Prevention Clinic

  • The Stroke Prevention Clinic treats people who have had a stroke, or are at high risk for a stroke, by connecting them quickly with the testing and services they need to prevent them from having a stroke in the future.
  • Stroke Prevention Clinic Referral Form

Stroke Follow-up Clinic

The Stroke Follow-up Clinic offers follow up patient care for those who have stroke related concerns or functional impairments. 

Stroke Follow-up Referral Form