COVID-19 Response & Recovery

The University Health Network (UHN) & Women’s College Hospital (WCH) have partnered to support our community with in-person and virtual options to access COVID-19 treatments. This partnership supports those living in the City of Toronto – M postal codes.

See below to learn more about COVID-19 Therapeutics.

The UHN Connected Care Clinic launched at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to provide timely access to care to help individuals get the care they need at home or in their community wherever possible. This new integrated model of care continues to grow its service offerings as information and treatment becomes available. The Clinic also provides critical clinical support and infrastructure surge capacity to support overall health system recovery.

Option 1:

You are able to personally assess the patient.

Determine if your patient is eligible for therapeutics, see the Ontario eligibility criteria.



Option 2:

My patient needs a virtual clinical assessment by another clinician.

Complete the General Referral Form & email it to

Please provide as much information as possible. The clinic is open Monday – Saturday 9am – 4pm.

Care and Symptom Management

for COVID-19 and Long COVID

Most COVID-19 positive patients can be cared for at home. Our clinic provides virtual assessment and care, including access to pulse oximeters to help with remote monitoring. Individuals cared for will have a clinician follow-up and depending on needs may be followed over a period of time and offered additional supports as needed (e.g., social work, home nursing visit etc).