Vice-Provost, Relations with Health Care Institutions

As Vice-Provost, Relations with Health Care Institutions, Dean Trevor Young leads the university’s outreach, coordination and relationship-building within Toronto’s vibrant hub of biomedical research, drug development, health education, health policy and clinical care.

That hub centres on the Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network (TAHSN) – nine teaching hospitals fully affiliated with U of T and four associate member institutions – and extends to another 20 community-affiliated hospitals and healthcare sites in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.

As Vice-Provost, Dean Young represents the University on the Council of Ontario Faculties of Medicine. He reports to the President of the University on inter-institutional matters and to the Provost on academic matters affecting the health science divisions in their relations with hospitals and other healthcare sites.

The Council of Health Sciences – consisting of the Deans and other representatives of the seven health science Faculties at U of T – provides Dean Young with the context needed to represent the interests of the health science Faculties to hospitals and other healthcare sites.

Office of the Vice-Provost, Relations with Health Care Institutions

Medical Sciences Building, Room 2115
1 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON  M5S 1A8

Vice-Provost, Relations with Health Care Institutions Trevor Young 416-946-7810
Executive Assistant to the Dean Amy Lee 416-946-7810
Legal & Contracts Coordinator Geeta Sehgal  

Relations with Health Care Institutions

Hospital Organizations

TAHSN Member Affiliation 

TAHSN Associate Member Affiliation 

Community Hospital Affiliation 

Non-Hospital Clinical Site Affiliation 

Other Affiliates

Education 

Research 

(*) These hospitals merged in 2017 to form Unity Health; the University’s affiliations continue on a site-specific basis.
(**) These hospitals have been invited to join TAHSN; their formal membership as TAHSN Associates is pending.
(***) Formerly Hincks-Dellcrest Treatment Centre, this site integrated with the Hospital for Sick Children in 2017; the University’s affiliations continue on a site-specific basis.