Hennick Bridgepoint Hospital

Medical, Renal and Dialysis Care

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Hennick Bridgepoint’s Medical and Renal Care and Dialysis Units provide specialized care for patients with complex health needs. Through a partnership with Scarborough Hospital, specialized care includes peritoneal and hemodialysis for patients with kidney disease.

We work with patients and family caregivers to create a care plan tailored to each patient’s needs and goals. For patients with complex health needs, care plans often include low-intensity physical therapy to help patients improve or maintain physical function. We also help patients adapt to living with chronic illnesses or disabilities to maximize their quality of life and overall well-being.

When you arrive

You will meet the members of your team and start your rehabilitation soon after you arrive. Your care team will work with you to set goals for your care. We aim to work with you and your family caregivers to maximize your health and well-being so that you can make the transition back to living in the community with the support you need.

Learn about the health care professionals on your care team.

Get to know the amenities and services at Hennick Bridgepoint.

Partners in care

Patients and family caregivers are important partners in care. You can speak with any member of your care team about anything related to your care. It’s also important to let your care team know about any changes in your symptoms.

You can request a family meeting with your team any time. In a family meeting, you and your family caregiver meet with your care team. You may want to discuss your progress, your goals and the plan for when you are ready to leave the hospital.

Getting ready to leave the hospital

Your care team will help you to start discussing a plan for your transition back to the community soon after your admission.

Some patients return to living independently in their previous homes with support from community care. Other patients may need the support or care offered in assisted living, supportive housing or long-term care.

When creating your plan for leaving the hospital, you, your family caregiver and your care team will talk about:

  • When you’ll be ready to leave the hospital
  • Where is the best place for you to live in order to receive the care and support you need?
  • Connecting with your family doctor to oversee your care needs after you leave the hospital

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