If you don’t have an intern yet, consider it now. Interns have just completed changeover and will be happy to see you at their new locations. Six of CMCC’s public clinics are now up and running and following strict protocols for safety as recommended by the Province of Ontario. We invite you to come in and feel better. Share widely with the people you care about! Clinic locations Campus Clinic 6100 Leslie Street 416 482 2546 Bowmanville 222 King Street East, Bowmanville 905 419 2622 CMCC’s Clinic at Sherbourne Health…read more
CMCC has been able to assist the frontline workers at South Riverdale Community Health Centre, who were fast running out of the supplies needed to keep their doctors, nurses and administrative staff safe and operational while they remain open for urgent care. Dr. Tony Tibbles, Dean, Clinics, organized the collection of extra personal protective equipment from CMCC’s inventory and Clinician Dr. Janet D’Arcy delivered the material to the Centre in late March. “We are happy to assist our community partners in this situation where they continue operations and where the spread of infection…read more
The clinic, which opened April 1, 2019, closely follows the model at Sherbourne Health Centre, imparting a similar level of complex patient care in a disadvantaged community setting which serves many new Canadians and refugees. The Rexdale Community Health Centre (CHC) is unique in that it provides community programs and advocacy for the North Etobicoke region, offering services in three separate locations in addition to a range of health services. Patient care is provided at the site on Dixon Road, with frequent outreaches being made to the other two. CMCC’s…read more
CMCC Campus hours during the holidays Friday, Dec. 21 Closing at Noon Saturday, Dec. 22 Closed Sunday, Dec. 23 Closed Monday, Dec. 24 Closed Tuesday, Dec. 25 Closed Wednesday, Dec. 26 Closed Thursday, Dec. 27 Open 10am – 4pm (Clinic Only) Friday, Dec. 28 Open 10am – 4pm (Clinic Only) Saturday, Dec. 29 Open 10am – 2pm (Clinic Only) Sunday, Dec. 30 Closed Monday, Dec. 31 …read more
If you don’t have an intern, now is the time to get one! Clinical change over takes place November 19.
In July 2018, eight CMCC interns and two CMCC Clinicians accompanied riders for The Friends for Life Bike Rally, July 29 to August 5, offering treatment and support during the long bike ride from Toronto to Montreal. The annual event is a key fundraiser for the Toronto People with Aids Foundation (PWA). This year, CMCC’s team and supporters contributed $3000 to a record $1.73 million raised! Thank you to team members Jared Barrieau, Brandon Davy, Iain Harrington, Corinna Lee, Brett Lypchuk, Alison MacDonald, Megan O’Neill, Madeleine Shen, Matthew Lepore and Taylor Ostrander and supervising clinicians Dr. Jason Bonar and Dr. Janet D’Arcy. The…read more
Need to organize your closet? CMCC will be participating in the Diabetes Canada drop box program. In the coming days, a box will arrive on the 2nd floor, at the end of the hall outside the cafeteria for clean, unwanted clothing and shoes. The drop box is part of CMCC’s sustainability program and will remain on campus for our use, with Diabetes Canada regularly collecting its content to redistribute its contents. Reduce, re-use, recycle!
The Class of ’18 completes their clinical internship May 17 in preparation for convocation and their final Canadian Board Exam this summer. You will all be missed! All the very best for the coming months and we look forward to seeing you at Homecoming. Welcome new clinical interns! May 17 also marks the beginning of the class of 2019’s clinical intern experience. If you don’t have an intern and haven’t been to clinic, it’s a good time to start!
New program for knee and hip osteoarthritis available at the Campus clinic GLA:D™ Canada is an education and exercise program developed in Denmark for people with knee or hip osteoarthritis (OA). The program has resulted in positive long term outcomes (one year post program) in over 10,000 participants. CMCC is now offering the program to patients at our Campus Clinic. The first program, run by Dr. Andrew Romanelli, begins April 4 and the second, run by Dr. Jason Bonar, begins June 12. Both run twice a week for seven weeks….read more
View CMCC Dean, Clinics, Dr. Tony Tibbles interviewed for the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative’s (CCGI) podcast. The CCGI was created as a forum for the translation of knowledge from research, creating an easy to access guide to evidence-informed best practices within chiropractic.