Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the closest TTC station?
- Is Taddle Creek Family Health Team accepting new patients?
- Where do I park?
- Why can't any Taddle Creek FHT support staff schedule an appointment with any physician?
- What is a Nurse Practitioner and what are their qualifications?
- How do I access the After Hours Clinic?
The closest station is College station. When you exit the College Park Center (at ground level) go towards College and Bay Street. We are on the south/west corner. You can also get off at the Queen's Park station, and walk eastbound on College street. It is about a 5-10 minute walk.Q. Is Taddle Creek Family Health Team accepting new patients?
Taddle Creek Family Health Team's Nurse Practitioners are accepting new patients. Our Nurse Practitioners are located at our Bloor and Christie site. If partnering with a NP on your care is something you would like to explore contact one of the Bay and College sites to make a 'New Patient Appointment.'
See question below 'What is a Nurse Practitioner and what are their qualifications?'
At this time, no physicians are accepting new patients.
Check back regulary for a change in status regarding our ability to accept new patients.Q. Where do I park?
LaPlante St. Parking - Owned by Canpark (in our building) - Entrance off LaPlante St.
Rate - $12.00 maximum, $3.00 every 30 mins or less
LaPlante St. Parking-UHN Parking - Owned by Standard Parking - Entrance off LaPlante St.
Rate - $8.00 per hour or less, $4.00 per 30 mins or less
777 Bay St. - Standard Parking (in College Park) - Entrance off of Bay St.
Rate - $8.00 per hour or less, $3.00 per 30 mins or less
Small Parking lot beside Second Cup - On College just past Bay if traveling West
Rate - $4.00 per half an hour
656 Bay St. - Standard Parking - Bay & Walton St. just pass Gerrard St.
Rate - $8.00 per hour or less or $4.00 per half an hour
Taddle Creek FHT is structurally not set up to perform this. Each primary care provider (PCPs) has it's own support staff with knowledge of the PCP's schedule and PCP are physically located in different suites with separate phone systems.Q. What is a Nurse Practitioner and what are their qualifications?
Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioners (PHC NPs) are registered nurses, who are specialists in primary health care, who provide accessible, comprehensive and effective care to clients of all ages. They are experienced nurses with additional nursing education which enables them to provide individuals, families, groups and communities with health services in health promotion, disease and injury prevention, cure, rehabilitation and support. The NP is an advanced practice nurse, functioning within the full scope of nursing practice and as such is not a second level physician nor a doctor's assistant.
For more information click http://npao.org/nurse-practitioners/overview/#.T601BZj6A20Q. How do I access the After Hours Clinic?
See Stay Informed - Afterhours Clinic page of website.