Casey House Hospice

Casey House is a specialty HIV/AIDS hospital with community programs including home nursing care and outreach. Founded in 1988, it  was the first freestanding HIV/AIDS facility in Canada. Our commitment is to provide compassionate health care for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, in collaboration with our communities.

Services are provided in English although Translation Services are engaged as required. The program/service currently serves adults. The program/service provides care and/or support for Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Infectious Diseases (i.e. HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis-C), Neurological Disorders, Renal Disease, Respiratory Disease, Care for all conditions, Anticipatory Grief and Bereavement, Emotional/Spiritual Support, and Respite for Casey House clients.

Casey House also provides care in the setting of a Sub-Acute Specialty Hospital and Community Visiting Nurses.

Overview of programs and services

Inpatient Program – 13 bed home-like inpatient unit providing
sub-acute medical care for support, rehabilitation or respite to those living
and recovering from HIV/AIDS and it’s associated challenges or supports those
in their final stages of life with HIV/AIDS.

Home-Care Program – Funded almost entirely by donors, our
community nurses provide in-home visiting nursing care to support clients to
manage their symptoms and regain their strength to remain out of hospital.

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Contact Information

9 Huntley Street
Toronto,  Ontario
M4Y 2K8
Contact Name: Heather Robinson, Executive Assistant to the CEO
Phone: General Inquiries: (416) 962-7600 or Specific Inquiries: (416) 962-4040 ext. 237
Fax: (416) 962-5147


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