Bridgepoint Health

Family Health Team

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What we do

The Bridgepoint Family Health Team provides primary care to 5,500 patients from the Riverdale community and across the GTA. Our team uses an innovative service model that includes you, the patient, as a full partner in your care.

We bring family physicians together with interdisciplinary health care professionals - including a nurse practitioner, registered nurses, a social worker, and diabetes nurse/dietitian educators.  We work as a team to provide you with the best patient care possible.

*  We are not currently accepting new patients at this time * 

We care what you think!

At the family Health Team, we want to hear from you.

Patient feedback helps us to improve the quality of care we deliver, by better understanding what you want and value.

Take the patient experience survey 

Cold and Flu Season has arrived

The Bridgepoint Family Health Team will be hosting a series of flu vaccine clinics. These clinics are for registered patients only, and are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis (no appointment necessary)

If you are unable to attend during any of the specified times, please ask about booking an appointment with one of our nurses. Pease note that space is limited and that we may not be able book individual appointments for families/groups of 3 or more individuals.

Flu shot clinics for all registered patients will be held on:

Thursday Dec 15th  4:30 PM - 7:00 PM  

Thursday Dec 22nd  4:30 PM - 7:00 PM  

Contact us    

By phone any time we are open, by calling 416-470-6690.

Please note that the phones are turned off every day between 12 and 1 PM.

Having trouble getting through by phone? As long as you are not making an urgent or time-sensitive request, you can try sending us a message online: CLICK HERE



Upcoming Program Dates:


'Inspire' COPD Management and Support Program

Our program is designed to help support people diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) while working in partnership with you and your doctor. Key components of COPD management include: health promotion, proactive or preventive approaches to your care, self-management and education.


Cognitive behavioural therapy 

New group members are invited to join our wait list.

Ask your healthcare provider for more information.