Toronto Public Health
To prevent and control the spread of communicable disease in our city. Toronto Public Health provides immunizations, health education and counselling, clinical services, inspection services and responds to reports of communicable diseases and outbreaks in our community and our institutions.
TPH is committed to a world free of tuberculosis. Our staff provide support for individuals with TB and their families. We also collaborate with communities to reduce the impact of TB in Toronto. Tuberculosis is preventable, treatable and curable. Medication is free. Together we can stop TB!
The best way to stay healthy this season is to get your flu shot. It's easy and it's free. For a free flu shot, visit Ontario flu locator for a clinic nearest you.
Hands carry and spread germs. Keeping your hands clean through good hygiene practice is one of the most important steps to avoid getting sick and spreading germs.
Lyme disease is an illness caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, which can be spread through the bite of certain types of ticks.
Toronto Public Health promotes and celebrates healthy sexuality. We provide consultation, support, resources, programming and clinical services.
Search inspection results for establishments that provide personal services.
Important information on current issues and trends related to communicable disease in Toronto.