Mount Sinai Fertility is continuing to closely monitoring COVID-19, and is operating in accordance with direction from Mount Sinai Hospital, the Ontario Medical Association Guidelines regarding COVID-19, and the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society, CFAS.

Mount Sinai Fertility is still providing essential service to urgent oncology patients and continues to accept referrals for these patients. Our physicians are available for consultations and follow-up appointment by videoconference.

Location Updates:
Downtown – This location remains open on reduced hours for urgent oncology patient cycle monitoring and treatment, pregnancy monitoring blood tests and early pregnancy ultrasounds.
Vaughan – This location will be closed for all patient visits as of Monday, March 30, 2020. Patients will be directed to the downtown location.
North York – This location is closed for all patient visits. Patients will be directed to the downtown location.
Mississauga – This location is closed for all patient visits. Patients will be directed to the downtown location.

Visiting the Clinic:
Patients visiting the clinic can expect to be screened upon arrival. At this time, no partners or support people can accompany patients for their visits.

Message for Perspective Patients and Referring MDs:
Mount Sinai Fertility is still accepting referrals for consultations of new and returning patients. Given the time sensitive nature of fertility, we feel it is important to continue providing these services through OTN and initial investigations will be conducted once it is deemed appropriate to do so.

COVID-19 and Pregnancy:
Sinai Health has created an excellent reference for patients who may be pregnant or expecting to soon deliver at Mount Sinai, https://www.sinaihealth.ca/covid-19-and-pregnancy/. For updates on COVID-19 and Pregnancy please refer to this website.