Our phone lines are working again, but Bell is still fixing the voicemail. Please email the clinic to reach reception at firstname.lastname@example.org to leave messages. Your midwives can still be reached for urgent concerns on the pager. Thank you for your understanding while we resolve this issue.
We are very pleased to welcome partners/family members back into the clinic! The mask policy remains in place.
While the mask mandate for the province of Ontario will be lifted for most indoor public places as of March 21st, 2022, the Ministry of Health guidelines still requires masks to be worn in health care settings, including clinics such as Midwife Alliance. These guidelines will remain in place until further notice and apply to all midwives, students, clients and family members over the age of 2.
Please do not come to the clinic if anyone in your household has suspected or confirmed covid-19, or is self-isolating.
If you are sick, please don’t come to the clinic. Call reception and we will reschedule your appointment.
Wash or sanitize your hands upon entering the clinic.
Established in 1994, Midwife Alliance has grown into a shared care practice of fourteen midwives.
Our midwives have trained in a variety of settings, internationally and in Canada. All midwives are currently registered with the College of Midwives of Ontario and the Association of Ontario Midwives.
Our midwives hold privileges at St. Joseph’s Health Centre, the Toronto Birth Centre, and also conduct births at home.
We serve a diverse community of people residing within our catchment area that extends from Lake Ontario in the south, to Highway 401 in north, Hurontario in the west, to Bathurst Street in the east.