Contact

The Al & Malka Green Artists’ Health Centre

Toronto Western Hospital
399 Bathurst Street (at Dundas)
3rd Floor, West Wing
Toronto, ON M5T 2S8

Tel: 416-603-5263
Fax: 416-603-5957 (Please indicate “Attn: Al & Malka Green Artists’ Health Centre” on all faxes)

Matt Eldridge, Clinic Coordinator
Rita Aurelio, Client Clerical Support

For inquiries related to the Artists’ Health Centre, please contact clinic coordinator: matthew.eldridge@uhn.ca. Please note: appointment bookings can only be done by phone. Please do not send personal medical related inquiries to this email address.

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For a map of the hospital, please click here.

To get to the Centre, look for the West Wing elevators (top left corner, “West” in an orange box). Take these elevators to the 3rd floor. The Centre reception is directly to the right of the elevators.

Artists’ Health Alliance

*Please note our change of address, effective September 1 2017

The Lynda Hamilton Centre
1000 Yonge Street, Suite 303
Toronto, Ontario M4W 2K2

Tel: 416-351-0239
Fax: 416-595-0009

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General email inquiries: admin[at]artistshealth[dot]com

Julie Dawn Smith, Executive Director
Netta Kornberg, Program Coordinator

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The Artists’ Health Alliance is a registered charity. Charitable Registration Number 88315 0534 RR 0001

“There was a period where I hit the wall, and I stopped playing for about a year.”

- ​Jane Bunnett – Saxophonist, Flautist and Band Leader

Upcoming Workshops

STRESSED! Workshop Series

May 02, 2019

Stress is a tricky part of life. Too much of it, and you’re a blob on the floor. Too little of it, and you’re a blob on the floor. For artists, stress comes not only from the normal pressures of life, but also from the precarious nature of the arts sector which usually means too little time, ...

CONNECT! Whole Self Healing

October 03, 2018

What’s this got to do with stress? Because artists bring their whole selves to their work, artists’ health demands that we pay attention to the whole artist. That sprained wrist and that nagging pit of dread in the belly are likely connected, not to mention our shoulder pain and fear ...

STEP ONE! Primary Care

November 07, 2018

What’s this got to do with stress? Primary healthcare providers, such as family doctors and nurse practitioners, are the starting point to accessing healthcare services in Ontario. They can treat many health conditions (including stress-related ones) and can lessen the stress that often comes ...