University of Toronto Scarborough Health & Wellness Centre

The Health & Wellness Centre's team of health care professionals provide medical, counselling, health promotion and education services to University of Toronto Scarborough students. Students with a current student card (T-Card) and a valid health card can use these services.

Please Note: The Health & Wellness Centre continues to require all those who attend the Centre in-person to wear a medical mask.  Masks are available outside the Centre and at the Front Desk.


About your appointment and reducing the spread of infection:

  • Call 416-287-7065 or drop by SL270 during the hours of operation to book an appointment.

  • If you cannot reach us by telephone, please email us at health.utsc@utoronto.ca to request an appointment and provide a phone number to reach you.

  • You require your T-Card and Health Card (OHIP, Provincial Health Card, or UHIP) to book your appointment.

  • All appointments can be booked, rescheduled and cancelled by phone, email, or in-person.

  • Same Day Counselling, Nursing and Doctor appointments are available virtually, by phone or, in-person.

  • Upon arriving at the Health & Wellness Centre for a scheduled appointment, an administrative team member will confirm that students have completed the COVID-19 Self Assessment

  • Please wear your mask when in the Health & Wellness Centre, SL270.

  • We do not test for COVID-19.  For more information, visit this website about our nearest COVID-19 Assessment Centre.


Important Notice:
To improve services for students, the three health centres of the University of Toronto (located at Scarborough, Mississauga, and St. George campuses) have moved to a single electronic health record enabling seamless access to care for all students regardless of where they may seek services.   A single record ensures that clinicians have timely access to information ensuring the provision of safe, patient/client centred health care services.     

All aspects of your health information will continue to be held in strict compliance with Ontario's Personal Health Information Protection Act.  It is our standard of care to only review necessary health information to provide safe, high-quality services.   Should you have any questions or concerns, please speak to your clinician who can provide you with further information.

LifeLabs Data Breach 
The Health & Wellness Centre uses LifeLabs for laboratory work (e.g. blood work, urine testing, swabs).  In November 2019 LifeLabs identified a cyber-attack, and has posted an open letter to its customers, which you can find here https://customernotice.lifelabs.com/. We encourage you to contact LifeLabs if you have any questions.