Frequently Asked Questions

Accessibility and Transportation

  • What are your hours of operation?

    Women’s College Hospital is open from Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

    After-hours access to the hospital, including the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Care Centre (SADVCC), is through the Grosvenor Street entrance. Please use the intercom near the door to contact security.

  • Are you wheelchair accessible?

    Yes, Women’s College Hospital is fully accessible and all clinics have wheelchair-accessible washrooms. 

    In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), Women’s College Hospital is committed to providing inclusive and responsive goods and services in a manner that respects the dignity and independence of all persons with disabilities. To ensure that our services are accessible to everyone, we will enable access to assistive devices, including, but not limited to, wheelchairs, hearing devices and accessible beds. We also welcome those partnered with a service animal or support person.

  • Is there WiFi available for patients and visitors?

    Yes. WiFi is available throughout the building. When you enter the hospital, search using your smartphone or tablet for the wireless network WC_Guest and connect using the password ‘WomensCollege’.

  • Is parking available?

    Yes. Underground parking is available for patients and visitors from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on levels P1. Access to this parking lot is off of Grenville Street. 

    Parking is $3 for 30 minutes to a daily maximum of $24. Prepaid parking passes can be purchased from our Business Office on the third floor. Buy 5 prepaid parking passes for $60—a 50% discount from the daily maximum rate.

    Vehicle height restriction: 6'8" or 2.1m

  • What kind of bicycle storage facilities do you have?

    Patients and visitors can lock their bicycles to the rings located around the hospital on Grenville Street, Bay Street and Grosvenor Street. 

  • Do you have a patient drop-off area?

    Yes. If you’re travelling by car, taxi or Wheel-Trans, patient drop-off areas are located at the Grenville Street and Grosvenor Street entrances. Both entrances are fully wheelchair accessible. For after-hours access, please use the intercom at the Grosvenor Street entrance.

  • Where is the bus stop for the shuttle bus?

    The shuttle bus is for staff and physicians only. The stop is located on the south side of Grenville Street, across from the hospital.

  • How can I call a taxi?

    Direct lines to Co-op Taxi, Beck Taxi and Royal Taxi can be found at the information desk in the Peter Gilgan Atrium.

  • What is closest hotel to Women’s College Hospital?

    There are several hotels in and around the hospital including:

    • Eaton Chelsea at 33 Gerrard St. W., Toronto, ON M5G 1Z4 416-595-1975,
    • Metropolitan Hotel Toronto at 108 Chestnut St., Toronto, ON M5G 1R3 416-977-5000,
    • Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre at 30 Carlton St., Toronto, ON M5B 2E9 416-977-6655 and
    • Courtyard Toronto Downtown at 475 Yonge St., Toronto, ON M4Y 1X7 416-924-0611.

    The University Health Network (UHN) provides a list of accommodations in and around their hospitals.

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